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Hope this finds you in good health, I am AboKhaled from Saudi arabia, I happened to read your book “posession by jinns” and I am impressed by the way you have put your thoughts down, may allah reward you for it. I personally also hold the opinion that any reality can be only defined by either by reality itself and if it is a reality that cannot be sensed by the senses then it has to be explained by a divine text. As we know Jinns are intangible and cannot be sensed therefore to prove their ability to interact with man , to harm him or control him and so on has to be proved by the quran and the sunnah. In this regards there is a detailed question and answer that shekh ata’a abu rashta, wrote and explained using evidences , I have also attached the same for your perusal.
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  CAN   SHAITAN   OR   JINN   MAKE   A   PERSON   SICK?   (A   Letter   From   Saudi   Arabia)   ميحرل نحرل ﷲ   مس As'Salâm   Alaikum   Wa'Rahmatullâhi   Wa'Barakâtuh   Hope   this   finds   you   in   good   health,   I   am   AboKhaled   from   Saudi   arabia,   I   happened   to   read   your   book   “posession   by    jinns”   and   I   am   impressed   by   the   way   you   have   put   your   thoughts   down,   may   allah   reward   you   for   it.   I   personally   also   hold   the   opinion   that   any   reality   can   be   only   defined   by   either   by   reality   itself    and   if    it   is   a   reality   that   cannot   be   sensed   by   the   senses   then   it   has   to   be   explained   by   a   divine   text.   As   we   know   Jinns   are   intangible   and   cannot   be   sensed   therefore   to   prove   their   ability   to   interact   with   man   ,   to   harm   him   or   control   him   and   so   on   has   to   be   proved   by   the   quran   and   the   sunnah.   In   this   regards   there   is   a   detailed   question   and   answer   that   shekh   ata’a   abu   rashta,   wrote   and   explained   using   evidences   ,   I   have   also   attached   the   same   for   your   perusal.   Question:   People   often   become   ill   and   their   illness   is   attributed   to   some   involvement   from   the   Jinn.   Many   people   also   claim   they   can   see,   hear   and   command   Jinn,   and   accomplish   many   tasks   by   using   Jinn,   or   by   making   the   Jinn   use   other   people.   Is   there   a   real   tangible   relationship   between   humans   and   Jinn?   Answer:   1 ‐   Jinn,   to   humans,   are   one   of    the   unseen   things.   They   are   invisible   to   us.   Allah   (swt)   said   (in   meaning   of    the   translation):   “Truly,   he   and   his   soldiers   see   you   from   where   you   cannot   see   them”   [7:27],   referring   to   Iblis   and   his   followers   (the   Jinn,   since   Iblis   is   one   of    the   Jinn);   also:   “Except   for   Iblis,   he   was   one   of    the   Jinn”   [18:50].   2 ‐   The   default   of    our   relationship   with   the   Jinn   is   that   they   are   only   capable   of    Waswasa   (whispering   to   us).   Allah   (swt)   says:   “Then   Shaitan   whispered   suggestions   to   them…”   [7:21]   and   “Then   Shaitan   whispered   to   him…”   [20:120].   “Shaytan”   here   is   Iblis;   he   is   one   of    the   Jinn.   3 ‐   The   Shaitan   cannot   force   humans   to   do   anything.   Humans   choose   to   follow   the   Shaitan.   Allah   (swt)   said:   “And   Shaitan   will   say,   when   the   matter   has   been   decided:   ‘Truly,   Allah   promised   you   a   promise   of    truth.   And   I   too   promised   you,   but   I   betrayed   you.   I   had   no   authority   over   you   except   that   I   called   you,   and   you   responded   to   me”   [14:22],   and   He    (swt)   said:   “Certainly,   you   (Shaitan)   shall   have   no   authority   over   My   slaves,   except   those   of    the   Ghaween   (those   who   go   astray)   who   follow   you”   [15:42],   and   He   (swt)   said:   “So   when   you   want   to   recite   the   Qur’an,   seek   refuge   with   Allah   from   the   Shaitan,   Al ‐ Rajeem   (the   cursed   outcast).   Truly,   he   has   no   power   over   those   who   believe   and   put   their   trust   (Tawakkul)   in   their   Lord”   [16: 98 ‐ 99 ].   4 ‐   Any   tangible   relationship   beyond   this   default   relationship,   as   shown   to   us   by   Allah   (swt),   requires   a   specific   text   to   support   it.   If    there   is   a   text   that   describes   a   specific   situation,   then   we   believe   in   the   specific   situation   in   accordance   with   the   text.   For   example,   the   authority   of    Sulayman   (as)   over   Jinn   and   his   commanding   them   to   do   his   bidding   was   transmitted   to   us   through   an   Islamic   text   (the   Qur’an),   and   therefore   we   believe   in   it.   Allah   (swt)   said   in   Surat   Al ‐ Naml   about   Sulayman   that:   “He   said,   ‘O   chiefs!   Which   of    you   can   bring   me   her   throne   before   they   come   to   me   surrendering   in   obedience?’   An   ‘Ifrit   (strong   one)   from   the   Jinn   said:   ‘I   will   bring   it   to   you   before   you   rise   from   your   place   (council).   Truly,   I   am   indeed   strong   and   trustworthy   for   such   a   task”   [27: 38 ‐ 39 ],   and   Allah   (swt)   said:   “And   to   Sulayman   (We   subjected)   the   wind,   its   morning   (stride   from   sunrise   to   midnoon)   was   a   month’s   (journey),   and   its   afternoon   (stride   from   the   midday   decline   of    the   sun   to   sunset)   was   a   month’s   (journey;   i.e.   in   one   day,   he   could   travel   a   two   months’    journey).   And   We   caused   a   fount   of    molten   copper   to   flow   for   him,   and   there   were   Jinn   that   worked   in   front   of    him    –   with   the   permission   of    his   Lord.   And   whosoever   of    them   turned   aside   from   Our   Command,   We   cause   him   to   taste   the   torment   of    the   blazing   fire.   They   worked   for   him   as   he   desired,   (making)   high   rooms,   images,   basins   as   large   as   reservoirs,   and   (cooking)   cauldrons   fixed   (in   their   places).   ‘Work   you,   O   family   of    Dawood,   with   thanks.’   But   few   of    My   slaves   are   grateful”   [34: 12 ‐ 13 ].   5 ‐   The   Prophet   (saw)   would   resolve   any   tangible   issue   through   normal   human   interaction,   as   long   as   there   was   no   specific   text   from   Wahi   (revelation)   informing   him   that   the   situation   was   related   to   the   Jinn.   This   applies   to   every   situation.   For   example,   if    someone   came   across   the   body   of    a   person   who   was   killed,   no   one   would   think   that   a   Jinn   killed   that   person,   unless   an   Islamic   text   was   revealed   indicating   this   specifically.   This   is   why,   in   the   situation   of    the   man   who   was   killed   in   Khaybar,   the   investigation   of    who   killed   him   was   restricted   to   only   humans,   and   not   Jinn:   It   was   narrated   in   Sahih   Muslim   that   Abdullah   bin   Sahl   and   Muhayyisa   stopped   in   Khaybar   due   to   fatigue   and   running   out   of    supplies.   Someone   came   to   Muhayyisa   and   told   him   that   Abdullah   bin   Sahl   had   been   killed   and   was   thrown   into   a   ditch   (or   the   indent   around   a   date   tree).   He   then   went   to   the    Jews   and   said   ‘By   Allah,   you   killed   him’   and   they   said   ‘By   Allah,   we   did   not   kill   him.’   The   matter   reached   the   Messenger   of    Allah   (saw),   who   said:   ‘They   must   either   pay   the   Diyyah   (blood   money)   for   killing   your   companion   or   they   will   face   war.’   The   Messenger   of    Allah   (saw)   sent   a   letter   to   them   stating   this,   but   they   responded   saying   ‘By   Allah,   we   did   not   kill   him’.”   The   rest   of    the   story   is   well ‐ known.   At   no   point   did   anyone   in   any   way   investigate   whether   a   Jinn   was   involved.   6 ‐   Therefore,   if    there   is   no   Islamic   text   that   specifies   a   tangible   role   for   the   Jinn   in   a   specific   situation,   then   the   situation   remains   within   the   default   relationship   between   humans   and   Jinn,   which   is   a   relationship   of    Waswasa   (whispers),   and   nothing   more.   Since   the   message   of    the   Prophet   of    Allah   (saw)   is   the   final   message,   the   Wahi   (revelation)   was   discontinued   after   its   completion,   and   there   are   no   new   texts,   therefore   there   are   no   longer   any   tangible   relationships   between   humans   and   the   Jinn,   only   Waswasa.   And   as   we   stated   before,   the   Waswasa   of    the   Jinn   has   no   authority   or   control   over   a   person,   unless   that   person   obeys   this   Waswasa   through   his   or   her   own   free   choice.   This   is   how   all   tangible   situations   were   dealt   with   during   the   time   of    the   rightly   guided   Khulafaa   (Al ‐ Khulafaa’   Ar ‐ Rashidun).   Whether   the   tangible   event   was   murder   or   theft,   cheating   or   fraud,   no   one   ever   considered   that   Jinn   were   involved,   and   only   considered   humans   as   suspects.   This   is   because   the   relationship   between   humans   and   Jinn   is   Waswasa,   unless   a   specific   text   was   revealed   regarding   the   situation.   Since   there   can   no   longer   be   any   new   specific   texts   after   the   Messenger   of    Allah   (saw),   we   therefore   conclude   that   all   tangible   events   that   take   place   in   our   world   are   the   work   of    humans   and   not   Jinn.   The   world   of    Jinn   is   other   than   our   world,   and   their   relationship   with   us   is   nothing   more   than   Waswasa.   Based   on   this,   if    a   human   becomes   ill,   there   is   no   connection   between   that   and   Jinn.   The   person   is   to   be   treated   in   accordance   with   what   was   revealed   in   Islam,   i.e.   medicine.   This   is   whether……the   medicine   is   administered   through   physical   means,   as   was   narrated   in   the   Hadith   of    Usama   bin   Shareek,   who   said:   “I   came   to   the   Prophet   of    Allah   (saw)   and   his   companions   and   they   were   as   if    birds   were   resting   on   them   (they   were   very   still   and   tranquil).   I   gave   my   Salam   and   then   sat.   The   A’raab   then   came   in   from   here   and   there,   and   said   ‘O   Messenger   of    Allah,   should   we   take   medicine?’   and   he   replied,   ‘(Yes),   take   medicine,   for   Allah,   ‘azza   wa    jall,   made   a   cure   for   every   illness   except   of    death’.”   [Abu   Dawood]    …or   administered   through   Du’a   and   Ruqyah,   as   narrated   in   Sahih   Muslim,   on   the   authority   of    ‘Aisha,   the   mother   of    the   believer   (ra),   who   said   “The   Messenger   of    Allah   (saw)   would   perform   Ruqyah   with   these   words:   ‘Remove   the   harm,   oh   Lord   of    the   people,   in   Your   hands   is   the   cure,   and   there   is   no   remover   (of    harm)   except   You’.”   This   can   be   done   with   other   similar   Du’a   from   the   Qur’an   or   Sunnah,   or   any   Du’a   that   is   in   accordance   with   them.   As   for   turning   to   people   who   claim   to   have   a   tangible   or   material   relationship   with   the   Jinn   to   cure   the   sick,   this   is   nothing   more   than   trickery   and   fraudulence   from   those   Dajjals   who   fool   simpletons   in   order   to   exploit   them   and   take   their   money   without   right.   18th   of    Jumada   Al ‐ Thaani,   1430Hijri   11/06/2009   I   thank   you   once   again   for   your   valuable   effort   and   make   dua   for   you   and   ask   you   the   same.   Barakallahu   feek   Was'Salâm   Alaikum  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ To   believe   that   Shaitan   or   Jinn   can   make   a   person   sick   is   Shirk.   Only   Almighty   Allah   has   the   power   to   make   a   person   sick   or   healthy.   To   hold   this   belief    is   to   reject   words   of    the   Glorious   Quran   and   Authentic   Hadeeth.   A   person   having   this   belief    should   repent   and   seek   forgiveness   from   Almighty   Allah.   Dr.   Sayeeduddin   Mister   E ‐ mail:   drsayeeduddin@yahoo.com  

MATH 2411

Jul 23, 2017
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