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Visiting a sorcerer to remove a spell

Question: If a person is afflicted by Sihr (witchcraft), is it permissible for them to go to a sorcerer to remove it?

Answer: This is not permissible, and the basic ruling on it finds its origin in the Hadeeth reported by Imaam Ahmad and Aboo Dawood on the authority of Jaabir (may Allaah be pleased with them) who said… read more here.


Visiting a sorcerer to break a spell

Question: A man got married to a woman who loved him very much; after a period of time, she started to hate him strongly with no clear reason. 160 more words


A sorcerer using something against Islaam

Question: A woman was bewitched by a sorcerer to marry a specific man. Later, the bewitched woman became insane and the sorcerer was arrested by the civil court officials. 53 more words


950 years later

Boredom is both – an awful and awesome thing. Couple of days ago being utterly bored I launched Skyrim and made a new toon – Kath’s and Marvin’s grand-grand-very-many-grands-in-here-really-daughter =) Kath is my Breton sorc from ESO and Marvin is her husband – my best friend’s Imperial dragonknight. 47 more words


Skulduggery Pleasant Book Series (NO SPOILERS)


noun: skullduggery

underhand, unscrupulous, or dishonest behaviour or activities.

A few years ago I was shopping in a supermarket and as I passed the books section I spotted the front cover of a book with a skeleton in a smart suit with the title “Skulduggery Pleasant” by Derek Landy.  667 more words