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Wearing Amulets containing Aayaat, Hadeeth, or strange words

Question: Is it permissible for a sick person to wear an amulet which contains Du`aa’s (supplications) reported by the Prophet, some noble Aayaat (Qur`aanic verses), phrases of making Tawassul (supplicating to Allaah through a means) by Awliyaa’ (pious people), Sahaabah (Companions of the Prophet) and righteous people or something of the sort which contains strange non-Arabic words or star drawings or bears the names of the Prophet (peace be upon him) for the purpose of averting harm or bringing benefit. 131 more words

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Wearing Amulets bearing some Aayaat and Allaah's Magnificent Names

Question: What is the ruling on those who practice enchantment? I mean those who write some Aayaat (Qur’aanic verses) of the Glorious Qur’aan and Allaah’s Most Beautiful Names in amulets and sell them to people telling them they will protect them. 95 more words

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Ruling on Ruqyah and Amulets

Question: What is the ruling on Ruqyah (recitation over the sick for the purposes of healing and protection) and amulets?

Answer: Ruqyah is permissible if it is done with Qur’aan, the Most Beautiful Names of Allaah… read more here.

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Ruqyah by Qur'aan, Thikr and words that do not contain Shirk

Question: What is the ruling on Ruqyah (reciting Qur’an and saying supplications over the sick seeking healing) and amulets with Aayaat (verses) from the Qur’aan? Is it correct that if I carry with me the books of “Al-Hisn Al-Haseen”, “Hirz Al-Jawshan”,or “Al-Sab` Al-`Uqud Al-Sulaymaaniyyah” they will fend off evil eye and envy as mentioned in them? 78 more words

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Treating a possessed person by reciting Aayaat

Question: Some of our brothers exorcise Jinn from the possessed by reciting some Aayaat (Qur’aanic verses). These brothers claimed that while treating a patient, Jibreel (Gabriel, peace be upon him) descended from heaven and assisted them in exorcising the Jinn. 83 more words

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Seeking treatment from people who perform acts of Shirk

Question: A man fell seriously ill. He visited many doctors but they could not cure his illness. When he went to a man who is in the habit of making Tawassul (supplicating to Allaah through a means) by the dead and seeking their help and blessings, Allaah cured him. 87 more words

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Going to a Diviner in cases of illness

Question: What is the ruling on going to Al-Sayyid (enchanter) in cases of serious disease. It should be noted that the diseased person has an incurable disease. 88 more words

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