While performing Ruqyas, some Raqis command the jinn to get out of the possessed patient. Sometimes the jinn asks to exit through, for example, the eye or the ear, but the Raqi refuses lest the patient‘s ears or eyes should be harmed. Therefore, the Raqi instructs the jinn to exit through the mouth or toes. Is it right to believe that the jinn‘s exit through the patient‘s ears or eyes can be harmful?
It is true that the jinn possesses the human and controls all his body. Obviously, it can enter through all body parts, and sometimes through certain parts such as fingers, toes, sense organs or private parts. The same can be said about its exit; for example, as it enters through one side, it can exit from the other side, or though a finger, a toe, the mouth, the nose or the ears.
Someone I trust told me about the case of a possessed girl. Under the pressure of the Ruqya, the jinn asked to exit through the right hand‘s forefinger. Those who were observing the finger being dipped into dust, as the exiting was occurring, saw no harm done to the finger. This implies that no harm befalls the exit point.
Wallahu A‘lam (& Allah knows Best)
From the book ‘Fatwas on Faith Healing & Witchcraft’ by Khaled al-Jeraisy. Translated by Dr. M. A. M. Mohammad