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Case: A Jinn called Shaqwaan (Magic of Seperation)

These cases are taken from a book written by Sheikh Wahid Ibn Abdussalam Bali. The Author has recorded the conversations of the patients he has treated, from Cases of Sihr (Magic) and Jinn Possession. It may be read to understand the nature of Jinn and also to understand the Methods of treatment as mentioned before on this website. May Allaah reward him with the highest darja of Jannah for sharing this knowledge.

A woman used to hate her husband so much, to the point that the symptoms of Magic done to her were obvious. She used to feel uncomfortable not only at home, especially in the company of her husband, whom she would see in a negative way, as if he were a savage beast.

Her husband took her to a healer, and the jinn spoke through her person and said that his presence in the woman was a result of Magic. His mission was to separate this man from his wife. The healer hit him hard, yet he did not respond. The woman’s husband told me that he had been taking his wife to the healer for a month, until the Jinn told him to divorce his wife. Unfortunately, the man fulfilled the Jinn’s request, and she recovered for a week. But, the Jinn returned to her, and this is the reason the man brought her to me. I recited some verses of the Quran over her, and she became epileptic. This is the summary of the conversation which took place between me and the Jinn.

Me: What is your name?
Jinn: Shaqwaan.
Me: What is your religion?
Jinn: Christianity.
Me: Why did you enter into this woman?
Jinn: In order to separate her from her husband.
Me: I have a proposal for you. If you accept it, then praise is due to Allaah. But if you do not, you will have a choice.

Jinn: Do not tire yourself. I will not go. Her husband already tried by taking her to such and such healers…
Me: I did not ask you to get out from her.
Jinn: what do you want, then?
Me: I would like to invite you to embrace Islam. If you accept, then praise is due to Allaah. Otherwise, there is no compulsion in religion.

I kept on inviting him to Islam, and after a prolonged debate, he eventually embraced Islam. So, I asked him:

Me: Have you truly become a Muslim, or are you just tricking me?
Jinn: You cannot force me to become Muslim, but I have done it from my heart, but..
Me: But what?
Jinn: Now, I see before me a group of Christian Jinn who are threatening me, and I am afraid they will kill me.

Me: This is an easy matter. If it is proven to us that you have really become a Muslim, then we will give you a strong weapon which will prevent any of them from coming near you.
Jinn: Give it to me then.
Me: No, not until we finish our discussion.
Jinn: What else do you want?
Me: To prove that you have become a true Muslim you should get out of this woman.
Jinn: Yes, I have become a Muslim, but how can I escape from the Sahir (Magician/Witch)?

Me: This is easy, if you agree with us.
Jinn: Yes.
Me: Where is the object used for Sihr (Magic) then? (Charm)
Jinn: Buried in the backyard of the house where the woman lives. But I cannot exactly determine the pace because, there is another Jinn employed as a guard over it, and every time the place becomes known, he transfers it to another place.

Me: For how long have you been working with this Sahir (Witch)?
Jinn: For about ten or twenty years – (the author does not remember if it was 10 or 20) – and I have inhabited three women before this lady.

The Jinn recounted the story of the three women. When it became clear to me that he was telling the truth, I told him:

Me: Take the weapon I have promised you.
Jinn: What is it?
Me: Ayat-ul-kursi (verse 255 of Surah Baqara). Every time a Jinn comes near you, recite it and he will run away from you. Did you memorize it?

Jinn: Yes, I memorized it from the woman, because she used to recite it often. But, how can I escape from the Sahir (witch)?

Me: Get out now and go live in Makka among the believing Jinn.
Jinn: But will Allaah accept my repentance after all these sins? I have tortured this woman and other women before her, so much..

Me: Yes, for Allaah says: “Say: O people who have been prodigal against yourselves, do not despair of Allaah’s Mercy; surely He is the All-forgiving, the All-compassionate.” (39:53)

The Jinn cried, saying: “When I get out, asks this woman to forgive me for torturing her.”

He then promised to leave and he did. Afterwards, I recited some of the verses of the Quran over some Water and I asked the Woman’s husband to sprinkle it on their backyard. After quite a long while, the man informed me that his wife was well. The woman’s recovery was not due to me, but everything was from Allaah.

7 Responses to “Case: A Jinn called Shaqwaan (Magic of Seperation)”

  1. Sajjad says:

    Thanks for uploading. 🙂

  2. Tauseef shaikh says:

    Assallamwallaikum subhan allah subhan allah may all ah bless us and all who want to accept islam may allah subhan o tallah was that jinn and shower in his life dinn and wealth of sunats allah wkbr

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  4. sameer says:

    assalam walaikum
    I just wanted to know that is paak or Muslim jinn more harmful or naa paak or non Muslim jinn?
    I have came acrossed a case of my best friend getting possessed by a male jinn n he is not allowing her to mate wd her hubby! n d condition is getting worse ..

    • mohammed asif says:

      walikum asslam ,
      Jinn is a creation like us humans that allah swt has created but have been given some advantages over us humans one being we cant see them and they can see us .A muslim jinn will not harm a human its only the napak jinns that really cause mischief and really cause humans problems like what you are describing .We are based in uk and we can treat cases like this you can contact us on 07708 417 257

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