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  • Firdes
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    Re: Islam and the supernatural

    Originally posted by shamson View Post
    SubhanAllah brother STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE. These people work with the Jinns and this is HARAAM -
    That's what I thought sis (btw, I'm female too :) ) I told my mother this, who has know this man for many years, and she asked him if he had his help from the jinn, but he says, he doesn't have anything to do with jinns, and his assistance comes from the angels that sit either side of him, it all comes from Allah subhanu wa'tala... Apparently people go to him far and wide as he has healed people's ailments. does this make any sense?

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  • shamson
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    [QUOTE=Mujaheedah;2025894]I read the book "The world of the Jinn and Devils." and in it they said that it is possible to marry a jinn but it is not recommended by the 'Ulemma.[/QUOTE

    It is haraam for jinns to come into contact with humans (for those who do the only purpose can be for dawah etc. example of when the prophet SAW was reciting Quran and the jinns were listening etc.) but if you read ayahs and hadiths to do with marriage a man can ONLY Marry a WOMEN no where does it state that a man or woman can marry a jinni. they have their world and we have ours.

    Jinns marry and reproduce - how can they do this with humans? will the babies be human or made of smokeless fire? Does that mean that when you marry a jinn you have to enter their world or that your jinni husband/wife comes into our world to live?

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  • Mujaheedah
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    I read the book "The world of the Jinn and Devils." and in it they said that it is possible to marry a jinn but it is not recommended by the 'Ulemma.

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  • AbuMubarak
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    http://www.alhudapk.com/audio-video/...ajab/rajab.asp

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  • shamson
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    Originally posted by Firdes View Post
    Apologies for bumping this old thread, but I wanted to ask something that's related to the supernatural/spiritualism in Islam.

    I recently spoke with a family friend who says he has been visited by spirits, etc. and says he has some kind of healing power. He asked me if there was anything I wanted him to make dua for me and it would happen. Not having heard this sort of thing before, I was a bit put off. I just said to him I only ask Allah subhanau wa'tala and he seemed to be offended.
    I also asked him if he had been to hajj, and he said he had been 'taken there' :confused:

    He also used a term to describe (holy?) men like himself, unfortunately it wasn't in English, and I can't remember what he called himself, he says he has extra angels on either side of him.

    He is an old man and I don't want to show disrespect, but not sure what to say, but I felt uncomfortable. Has anyone else come across this sort of thing before?

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  • shamson
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    Firstly no it is not permissible for a human to marry a jinn. This is because it is haraam for a jinni to enter our world. The ones that do this are disobeying Allah.

    excellent DVD regarding the jinns with proof from quran and sunnah(everything bout them) by Abu Suhaib called 'jinn'. you can purchase from www.Wise-Shop.org

    And the people who claim that it is ok to hang quranic ayahs around the house for protection/reminder do they not realise that if this was the case then just by having the quran in your house should be sufficient and this should ward off evil etc.

    A person can claim to believe in Allah and wear an amulet as a method of cure only but then as soon as the person is scared to take it off or even uncomfortable - this person has commited shirk!

    And what someone was saying about people who are too busy to sit down and recite quran can they not recite the 3 Quls/ayatul kursi/surah fatihah from memory?

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  • Firdes
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    Re: Islam and the supernatural

    Apologies for bumping this old thread, but I wanted to ask something that's related to the supernatural/spiritualism in Islam.

    I recently spoke with a family friend who says he has been visited by spirits, etc. and says he has some kind of healing power. He asked me if there was anything I wanted him to make dua for me and it would happen. Not having heard this sort of thing before, I was a bit put off. I just said to him I only ask Allah subhanau wa'tala and he seemed to be offended.
    I also asked him if he had been to hajj, and he said he had been 'taken there' :confused:

    He also used a term to describe (holy?) men like himself, unfortunately it wasn't in English, and I can't remember what he called himself, he says he has extra angels on either side of him.

    He is an old man and I don't want to show disrespect, but not sure what to say, but I felt uncomfortable. Has anyone else come across this sort of thing before?

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  • me_omar
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    supernatural

    its reported that Ibrahim A.S. wrote a taveez for Ismaeel A.S. when he was a child. taveez is ok. repaeting verses of Quran is ok with good shaykh's ijazah.

    about marrying jinn...ummmh....well....i see.......are you thinking about it... ???

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    a few clarifications

    asalamualaikum wa rahmatullah,
    just a few clarifications from this post.
    5) the hadith quoted is weak (see by al-Albaani, hadeeth no. 169). There is no doubt surah yaseen is a great and important surah, but numerous ahadith which are weak and fabricated have been spread about it.
    6) im not sure this one is weak or not, but inshallah i will try and check with a brother who is knowledgeable about hadith.
    8) The hadith this is alluding to is where the prophet(s) said whoever recites ayatul kursi after salah, the only thing between that person and jannah is death. narrated by , from al-Hasan ibn Bishr. It was also narrated by Ibn Hibbaan in his Saheeh from Muhammad ibn Humayr, who is al-Homsi, and is also one of the men of al-Bukhaari. The isnaad meets the conditions of al-Bukhaari.
    10) The prophet(s) said it(surah mulk) protects one from the punishment of the grave.

    An Allah Knows Best
    Originally posted by lonely_me
    well... yeah I got it...but now again...you speak of 'bazurq' ...ermmm... I know what you saying but you use such strange terms. Concerning how the Quran is a remedy.. well... the prophet encourages the Muslims to read certain Surat like:
    5) Everything has a heart and the heart of the Quran is Surah Yaseen, whoever read Yaseen, Allah will write the reward of reading the Quran ten times from him. (Tirmizi and Darmi)
    6) Whoever reads Surah Yaseen for the pleasure of Allah, his past sins will be forgiven so read this near your deceased. (Bahiqi)
    8) Whoever read Ayatul Kursi after every Fard Salah, he will be under the protection and security of Allah. (Dailmi on the Authority of Sayeduna Ali)
    10) Surah Tabarak (Surah Mulk) saves one from Hell.


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  • Fathom
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    Enough Faith in Allah defeats everything the world can muster against you, even death.

    The world of evil and idiols is no place for the people of God. There comes a time when we must put away such childish things and mature in the Light of God.

    Peace.

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  • MG
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    Originally posted by Baby Paw
    My mum got it as a gift when she was buying some Takta (you know wall plaques and tapestry with Surahs, Allahs names and all that).

    To be honest, I just put it in the car as decoration, it's pretty looking and designed. Sometimes when waiting in traffic or when the car is stationary I will look at it and read the names of Allah off it. Good way of clocking up sawab I suppose, Insha'Allah.

    Who knows maybe when I am not there in the car, something unseen might be there in the car, reading the 99 names of Allah off the decoration.

    Who knows? Only Allah knows.
    well if your intention of putting it there is for decor then it shouldnt be a problem and on top of that you are RECITING from it so ur not sitting there looking at it thinking, "ok keep me safe from all things evil" ,u are reciting,this is very important.

    Well Done Baby Paw,keep it up.

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  • Baby Paw
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    My mum got it as a gift when she was buying some Takta (you know wall plaques and tapestry with Surahs, Allahs names and all that).

    To be honest, I just put it in the car as decoration, it's pretty looking and designed. Sometimes when waiting in traffic or when the car is stationary I will look at it and read the names of Allah off it. Good way of clocking up sawab I suppose, Insha'Allah.

    Who knows maybe when I am not there in the car, something unseen might be there in the car, reading the 99 names of Allah off the decoration.

    Who knows? Only Allah knows.

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  • MG
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    Originally posted by Baby Paw
    Kunjree and Dhakair got their feet back to front, one sight of them can turn a mans hair grey and make him go mad. Well that's how the story goes.

    So what you saying? I got this adornment inside my car with Allah's 99 names on it, am I commiting shirk?

    Who the what?
    it depends what ur intenetion was when u put it in your car, is it for decoration or is it there some other reason?

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  • Baby Paw
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    Kunjree and Dhakair got their feet back to front, one sight of them can turn a mans hair grey and make him go mad. Well that's how the story goes.

    So what you saying? I got this adornment inside my car with Allah's 99 names on it, am I commiting shirk?

    Who the what?

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  • Ebony
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    Originally posted by Shaid_b
    lol! They are true. Why dont you pop over to pakistan and camp in the forest :P

    You be in no time!
    Camping isn't my thing..why anyone would (voluntary) want to sleep amongst bugs/creepy crawlies and what not is beyond me.

    Ws

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