Beat Black Magic

YOUR FORMULA FOR BEATING BLACK MAGIC

Assalam alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh [May Allah's peace, mercy and blessing be with you]

Here is your solution and method for beating black magic, inshaAllah. We have devised this based on experience, research and advice from experts in the field. This is your SURE WAY to see results that will lead you to the cure inshAllah. We will briefly list the three elements that consist of the formula for beating black magic and then go into further discussions of each element with the aid of articles and videos.

The Cure, in a nutshell

Here’s a brief outline of what you need in order to beat Sihr (magic):

1. TAWHEED

The backbone to the cure & seeing improvements in the quality of your life. In order to weaken the effects of Sihr and break it, we need to boost our emaan (faith) and get closer to our Creator. We need to understand who He is and that is the originator of the universe and all creatures. He is all-wise, all-powerful. No harm can touch a person unless he gives permission for it to happen and no remedy or medication or treatment has any effect except that he wills it. We therefore must understand that all of our acts of worship and  supplications  should be directed to him alone. All of this is tawheed, it is the core and foundation of Islam. If we are not directing our worship to Him and seeking His help then we are not following the way of His Messenger (pbuh) as this is the Message that he came to deliver. God willing, we will help you get closer to Allah (glory be to Him) by helping you learn more about Him through reminders and short videos. We will be posting links to some emaan boosting lectures and videos which all of us need once in a while!

2. TREATMENT AND PRACTISE according to AUTHENTIC SOURCES – THE QUR’AN AND SUNNAH

It is from the wisdom of Allah (glory be to Him) that he has created man and placed him in distress and fatiguing situations, and made the life of this world a place of hardship so he may be purified of his sins and raising his status and rank in the hereafter.

We all have tests in our lives and this affliction of Sihr is also test. With any test we can either be successful by being patient and responding to it in a manner that is pleasing to Allah (glory be to Him) or we can waste this opportunity by displeasing him and by falling into the traps if shaytaan such as despair and impatience. It is very important that we turn this test into a blessing for us and a means to get closer to Him. How disastrous is it that we suffer with this affliction and we end up neither benefiting from it in our lives or the hereafter – that’s a lose-lose situation. We can turn it into a win-win inshaAllah, by following the authentic sources (the Qur’an & Sunnah) which are Truth from our creator. We need to seek treatment for this and other problems in the teachings and actions of The Messenger (pbuh) as his is the best example. We sincerely want you to come through this test with dignity and a HUGE mountain of rewards and forgiveness that will be waiting for you in the hereafter inshaAllah.

 

3. PATIENCE & CONSISTENCY 

What someone you know might tell you – “I know such and such a guy that will cure you in one day.” 

The reality –  There’s no ‘Quick Fix’! Of course, if Allah wills, he can cure you in a second. In our experience, this is rare and it usually takes time. It can take days, months, years, or if Allah wills, you may never get cured (this is rare) – this is the will of Allah and he is the best of planners. We need to be patient and consistent with our daily habits that we need to develop. It’s easy for me to write this, I know, but you must motivate yourself and be strict with yourself with things that will help you get better. Most people that are afflicted with Sihr need to change things in their lives, they need to build certain habits and be relentless in their remembering Allah. Essentially, we need to be practising Muslims! something that every muslim should be doing, afflicted or not! That’s why this test is a blessing for many people. We have seen many people come closer to Allah (glory be to Him) and become practising Muslims through this test as this is indeed the cure & prevention!

 

What next?

We’ll be discussing the above items in more detail inshaAllah. Keep checking in with us and if you haven’t already done so, subscribe to our Facebook Page so you get all of the updates

 

 

Mental Blocks & Disorientation

Posted by on 21 Apr, 2016 in Articles | Comments Off

Mental blocks and disorientation are some of the immobilizing effects of sihr and Jinn possession.
 
 
Some afflicted brothers and sisters suffer from momentary mental blocks, brain fog or disorientation. They become airheaded, lose touch with reality and confused. You may not be aware of it, it could happen while you are conversing with them. 
 
When it happens they most probably won’t be able to grasp or carry out any instructions or tasks given.
 
When it happens it is foolish to overload the person with information and instructions.
They are not going to be able to absorb much of what you are saying.
Please bear this in mind and be patient with them until it passes.
 
Do not look down on them and think they are stupid/dopey, slow, unintelligent, or tell people they have a chameleon like character.
 
Furthermore, you don’t know what mental and physical terror/torture the Jinn afflicts on them.
Displaying a chameleon like character, or having a random and temporary speech and writing constraint could be the after-effect of an attack.
  
So be kind, be wise and don’t make wrong assumptions.
 
 

Ruqya Course

Posted by on 13 Apr, 2016 in Education | Comments Off

A very informative 2-day Ruqya Course was recorded LIVE by Ruqya Support on 06 July 2013.

The Teachers were Ustadh Muhammad Tim Humble and brother Abu Ibraheem Hussnayn.

May Allah reward them and the organisers, ameen.

 

Ruqya Course video on Tawheed

Tawheed Is The Only Solution

 

You can watch all 10 videos on our Ruqya Support YouTube Channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXwQCBzDSa1wlj36I2x4BFQ

The Sorcerer’s Plot

Posted by on 8 Mar, 2013 in Black Magic / Sihr | Comments Off

This is a rare video giving us insights into how the issue of black magic is being addressed in Saudi Arabia. There are many lessons to draw from this video. How many lessons can you take? Watch the video, then click on the box below it to see some of the key lessons we highlighted.

 

A man owned property and enormous wealth,

Living in his palace with good health and well being

but suddenly he became crippled, not being able to move.

He started hating everything even his palace that he lived in.

What is the reason? What is the cause and what happened?

A pretty girl

suddenly starts loving a man

and doesn’t know why she is so attached to him.

Something is forcing her and pushing her to love him.

she looks for reasons but doesn’t find any explanation or answer!

What is the reason? What is the cause and what happened?

A house full of people living in harmony

love, understanding and appreciation among themselves.

The children highly respecting and honouring their parents and regard them as their best examples.

For the parents their children were their cherished pleasure and comfort in life.

but this all changed. Unusually the parents started disliking their children.

The children could not stand the sight of their parents.

What is the reason? What is the cause and what happened?

Unfortunate stories and sad incidents.

All caused by

….a sahir (magician),

……led by a charlatan,

……..perfected by soothsayer,

…………..BUT BROKEN BY ALLAH!

 


Some of the signs of a Magician/Sorcerer

http://www.gallery-ruqyasupport.com/the-sorcerers-plot/

 

Getting Help

Posted by on 2 Mar, 2013 in Articles, Ruqya Treatment | Comments Off

In this Article

  • Who Can Help?
  • Turn to Allah
  • Advice about Raaqis
  • Help Yourself

There are a number of sources and people from which you can get help if you suspect you have been afflicted by black magic/evil eye/jinn possession or are already aware that you have been afflicted.

Turn to Allah SWT

The first and foremost action we should take before we turn to anyone should be to turn to Allah (SWT) and place your trust in Him. Regardless of if you know what you are suffering from or only suspect something is wrong – make sincere dua to Allah (SWT) and ask for His Help and guidance and He will by His will guide you through this trial.

I would like to mention here that if we want something from Allah SWT but do not fulfil His rights upon us can we expect for His help immediately when experiencing hardship? Even then sometimes out of His mercy Allah SWT provides help if we just ask! Part of turning to Allah SWT includes our sincere efforts in refraining from sinning and turning to His obedience.

Before going any further in this article, it is of utmost importance that this first concept is understood. Do not neglect this advice. Any advice after this is weak if you haven’t already understood the importance of turning to Allah SWT and establishing your connection with him.

Allah SWT tell us:

“If Allah touch thee with affliction none can remove it but He; if He touch thee with happiness He hath power over all things.”

Holy Quran Chapter 6 Surah Anaam verse 17


 

“And put your trust in Allah Alone; and enough is Allah as a Disposer of affairs.”

Holy Quran Chapter 33 Surah Ahzaab verse 3

Who Can Help?

The correct etiquette in seeking help is for us to do whatever is in our power to help ourselves and at the same time place our trust in Allah SWT. For example, if we have an illness like a cold we should do whatever we can within our means to remedy the cold. You can consume some Honey, or take some paracetamol if you need to but ultimately we put our trust in Allah SWT that he is providing the cure through this means and we ask that he guides to the best remedy for this problem.

One way to find out if you have been afflicted with sihr/possession/ayn is to get seen by someone experienced and knowledgeable in this subject (also known as a raaqi in modern times). You can book an appointment with a raaqi and inform them of your symptoms. A good raaqi will give some advice concerning your problem and recite Qur’an for the purpose of healing (ruqya). They may ask you to come in for another appointment if need be.
Many scholars also practice ruqya – (particularly in non-western countries) or may do so upon request. Either way, they will also be able to advise you on the matter and how to help yourself using the correct islamic methods. By people of correct knowledge I mean those who advise according to the Qur’an and sunnah and are able to provide you with the proofs for their statements and ideas.
If you like information on ruqyah or want to have ruqyah performed for you or someone you know. Many Masjids offer this service or can put you in contact with somebody who does. Your imam may also be able to perform ruqyah if need be. If you need an area to perform ruqya outside the home you can also ask your local masjid who should be able to accommodate you.
There are many islamic websites and online ruqya support services that can inform you further on the subject of evil eye, black magic, jinn possession. They also advise you on ruqya treament options and self-ruqyah supplications and methods. Many of the sites also offer ruqya appointments by raqis or include a directory by which you can get in contact with a raqi in your area.
Authentic books contain an abundance of information on the topic of jinn/ruqya/black magic etc. including what type of person to see for ruqya and how to avoid making the problem worse.
With increasing awareness there are regular seminars on the topic of jinn possession and black magic which one can attend for information and advice, alternatively, you can listen to these online. Ruqya Support also runs online sessions – see the ‘Events’ menu at the top of the page
Many islamic channels offer a Q&A program in which questions on sihr/black magic are often asked. You may be able to find answers by going to an individual sheik’s website also but MAKE sure the sheikh is someone experienced in the field and uses authentic sources for knowledge – this is VERY important.

*NOTE: Please be careful which web sites you visit and what treatments you follow all authentic sites will include Qur’anic verses/hadiths to support their statements and information they present to you. If they do not you can ask by which they should be able to tell you.

 

AVOID

Seeking knowledge, advice and help from:

  1. People that fit the description of a Sahir (magician) – see How to Recognise a Magician (Video)
  2. People that say they use ‘good’ Jinn to destroy bad Jinn (this is haraam and will be discussed in another article inshaAllah)
  3. Taweez! Yes, Taweez!..  and people who give write and give out Taweez. See A Response to those who defend Taweez

 

About: Raaqis

Choosing a raaqi who is authentic is something many people are confused and worried about. It need not be so, with the correct advice on knowing who to look for and what type of person to avoid, it becomes much easier. Spotting the warning signs of a magician/non authentic raqi early on will save you a lot of trouble (and often, money) later on. Remember you are under no obligation to see anyone, if you suspect anything you can ask for a second opinion from a person of knowledge. See ‘Ruqya Treatment from a Raaqi’

Seek Allah’s guidance and counsel by making lots of dua and praying istikhara.

(Salat-ul Istikhara is a voluntary prayer that is performed before undertaking any major decisions in one’s life or rather whenever one has to make a life decision we can offer this prayer for help in making the right decision. We ask for what is good for us in our religious wellbeing in this life and the next).

 - We should always make istikhara before going to see anyone for ruqya -

You are entitled to expect that the raqi tries to their utmost to help you, is sensitive to your needs, seeks the help of Allah alone in granting you a cure and that he practices according to the Qur’an and sunnah.

Anything other than this the raqi cannot promise you. We have to appreciate that a raqi is a human being just like ourselves and although they are experienced they too are asking for assistance and cure for you from Allah swt. How your ruqya treatment progresses and whether or not you are cured is in the hands of Allah alone. A raqi can not and should not promise to cure you or promise you will be cured within a certain number of days as this is simply not true and can often be an indicator of suspicious methodology being used by the raqi (how can he promise you will be cured in a certain number of days if Allah cures when He wills?, it is only contracts with shayateen and magic that may take affect after a certain number of days).

 

Remember: They perform the ruqya Allah is the one who cures.

 

With this in mind, a number of things happen which people sometimes blame for the raqi for.

  • Firstly, if you go to a ruqya session and you experience no reaction. This does not mean that the raqi is ‘good’ or ‘bad’, is it simply what Allah willed to happen at that time, also, many people experience no reaction at all for a number of sessions until eventually they begin to react. The nature of such things involving evil magic and shayateen is that it aims to confuse people and remain hidden. So by not reacting to a ruqya they aim to trick the person into thinking they are not afflicted when in actual fact they are, hoping that they will stop the ruqya treatment because of this. If this has happened to you, continue with ruqya treatment for a minimum of 7 days including listening to ruqya audios at home, if you experience any strange reactions/events outside your ruqya appointment during the day/night this is still a sign you may be afflicted but it simply did not show at the ruqya appointment.
  • You experience only a slight reaction; again, this is not because of the raqi but rather just that indivudual’s reaction to the ruqya. At times it may be slight at others, it can be worse.
  •  You may experience a stronger reaction by one raqi then another. Some of the most experienced raqis in the field often have people who experience a slight reaction when they have it performed by them, but when they go to another equally experienced raqi they have a very strong reaction. Again, this is the Will of Allah, it may also be down to individual ruqya styles which may have stronger effects in one case than another. Even during ruqya we find some jinn detest and cower away from ruqya water whilst in other cases they may be able to withstand it for much longer, and Allah knows best why this happens.
  •  You go to many sessions and are not cured. Allah is the Most Wise and he chooses when one will be cured, not the raqi. Some people are cured on their first session others struggle with sihr for years. The best thing we can do is not look to the raqi but make supplications to Allah swt.

Helping Yourself

A common misconception about ruqya is that only professionals can perform it for people who are suffering. Whilst in severe cases they may be able to battle the shayateen much better than the lay person, in most cases this could not be further from the truth and in actual fact, the best ruqya is the one performed by the afflicted person themselves.

Why?

Because you are then directly turning to Allah swt for help. The more you sincerely turn to Him you begin to strengthen your relationship with Him and develop a connection in your heart which will help accelerate your cure, bring peace to your heart and mind in midst of all of your problems and gain protection. It is also a great means of reward as you exercise sabr and supplicate through the trial.

Turning to Allah is a way of purifying your heart and soul in a way that no shayateen can stand, it will save you from being led astray by their devious antics and bring you rewards in the akhira, inshAllah.

It is important to help yourself as raqi’s can only do so much. Part of the whole treatment will include self-treatment instructions which they will also give you when you go to a ruqya appointment. Self-ruqya ensures there are no gaps in your treatment that the jinn/saahir can take advantage of, for if you refrain from self treatment and wait from appointment to appointment you allow them time to retaliate and/or make matters worse. Many raqis are not available from weeks/months on end until you are able to get another appointment, so we have to remain vigilant and continue in our dhikr and connection to see improvement, and if anything else it will make you feel better all around.

For information on self-ruqya and how it’s done, Go to: Practical Self Ruqya

 

END of Article

 

 

Comment by Abu Haroon:

“The cure for your issue exists. The question is, what is it? Where is it? Have you reflected on your hardship? Why is it happening? What does your maker want? Allah SWT cures some people after they have done certain acts of worship. Some He cured after they prayed Qiyam ul layl (night prayers) for a certain number of days. Some He cured after one single night prayer. Some are cured after giving charity, some are cured after perssistent dua, some are cured after reading Surah Al Baqarah, some are cured after helping someone else, and some are cured with Ruqya. My point is, don’t obsess over Ruqya. It’s not the only form of help for you. Take this opportunity to get closer to Allah SWT – this is the best investment you can make. Keep making dua and remember that Allah remove your difficulty within a second if He commands it. If you have ruqya treatment, remember that Allah is the one that will cure you, not a person or any object.”

 

Do Not Fear The Jinn But Fear Allah

Posted by on 26 Feb, 2013 in Articles, Umm Yaseen | 1 comment

 

Bismillah 

Allah سبحانه و تعالى‎  is the Creater of all that exists. We should fear the One who created the Jinn, the One who deserves to be feared. How can we fear the Jinn when we have Almighty Allah watching over us. Alhamdulillah, Allah taught us through His Messenger Muhammad صلى الله عليه و سلم what to do and say if we do feel scared.

 

اللَّهُمَّ اكْفِنِيهِمْ بِمَا شِئْتَ

Allaahumma ik fi nee him bi maa shi’ta.

O Allah, suffice (i.e. protect) me against them however You wish.

[Muslim]

 

Allah says: “It is but Shaytan who instills [into you] fear of his allies: so fear them not, but fear Me, if you are [truly] believers!” [Qur'an 3: 175]

 

The Jinn know if you are scared of them and some of them try to pathetically scare the ones that feel scared.

It helps when we ignore the Jinn and replace our focus with the remembrance of Allah (dhikr) instead of the Jinn.

The Jinn like our attention. We are giving them our attention if we are constantly thinking about them and fearing them. Ask yourself? Are you focusing on the Jinn more than Allah سبحانه و تعالى‎?

Allah created us to worship Him. Our main intention for doing ruqya is so we can return to worshipping Allah properly.

 

Dear brothers and sisters, keep telling yourself Allah is the Supporter and Protector of the true believers. These shayateen they don’t have Allah to support them…but you do! You have Almighty Allah, He سبحانه و تعالى‎ is the owner of these Jinn. The Lord and Master of everything. Allah is the most Powerful, the Strong. Nothing can happen without Allah’s will.

Whatever will happen is already pre-ordained by Allah,  so keep striving to please Allah. The companions of the Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه و سلم believed firmly in Qadr (destiny). Muslims must believe in Qadr as part of their iman. This firm belief in Qadr made the Companions courageous and they fought in so many battles for the truth and for justice to please Allah alone. Even some female companions fought beside the men against those who oppressed the Muslims. They knew and understood everything that will happen to them in the future is already pre-ordained by Allah. So why worry, why feel fear and why hesitate. This belief of qadr should make us strong and courageous.

We need to psychologically embed this knowledge in our minds.

These Jinn, they don’t control us, we control them with our iman and yaqeen (certainty & conviction) in Allah.

Always remember, Allah Almighty is greater…Allahu Akbar.

 

Be Mindful of Allah and Allah will protect you

Abdullah bin Abbas رضي الله عنه‎ reports that ‘One day I was behind the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سل and he said to me’,

“O young man, I shall teach you some words [of advice]:  Be mindful of Allah, and Allah will protect you. Be mindful of Allah, and you will find Him before you. If you ask, then ask only from Allah; and if you seek help, then seek help only from Allah. Know that if the whole of mankind were to come together to benefit you in anything, they would not be able to benefit you, except with that which Allah has already decreed for you and know that if the whole of mankind were to come together to harm you in anything, they would not be able to harm you, except with that which Allah has already decreed for you. The pens have been lifted and the pages have dried.” [Tirmidhi]

Explanation

Being Mindful of Allah means to obey the commands of Allah, as revealed in the Qur’an, and to follow the authentic guidance given by the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم in the Ahadeeth.

 

This will help you, bi’ithnillah:

 

1. 

Make sincere du’a to Allah to remove the fear.  Ask Allah سبحانه و تعالى‎ to give you strong iman and the strength to overcome your weakness and the fear you have of them.

We must turn to Allah alone. Any problems, difficulties or weaknesses we have, we turn to Allah. We must have complete trust and reliance in Allah.

 

2.

 

Understand Tawheed and live by it.

Adhere to the authentic Sunnah of RasulAllah صلى الله عليه و سلم.

Remain steadfast upon the 5 daily Salah.

Everyday say the morning and evening protection adhkaar & du’as and the adhkaar before you sleep. Morning & Evening Protection Adhkaar

 

3.

 

Whenever you feel scared say Allaahu Akbar [ALLAH IS GREATER] and say La Hawla Wa La Quwwata Illa Billa [THERE IS NO STRENGTH OR POWER EXCEPT WITH ALLAH] Say this knowing the meaning and with complete yaqeen (certainty), believing truly without doubt that there is no power except with Allah’s power and that Allah is Greater.

 

4..

If you start to feel fear, recite Ayat ul Kursi and say the adaan (call to prayer).

It was narrated that Suhayl ibn Abi Salih said: “My father sent me to Bani Harithah, and there was with me a slave of ours, or a companion of ours. Someone called out his name from a garden, and the one who was with me looked into the garden and did not see anything. I mentioned that to my father, and he said, ‘If I had known that this was going to happen to you, I would not have sent you. But if you hear a voice then make the call for prayer, for I heard Abu Hurayrah رضي الله عنه‎ narrating that the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه و سلم said: “When the shaytan hears the call to prayer, he runs away fast.”’” (Muslim).

 

5.

 

Say the last two Ayaat of Surat al-Baqarah before you sleep.

It was narrated that Abu Mas’ood al-Ansari said: “The Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه و سلم said: ‘Whoever recites the last two Ayaat/verses of Surat al-Baqarah at night, that will suffice him.’”

(al-Bukhaari, Muslim)

 

 

I pray Allah strengthens you and protects you, ameen.

I leave you in Allah’s care.

Sister Umm Yaseen

 

 

With HARDSHIP comes EASE

Posted by on 18 Jun, 2012 in Articles | 5 comments

 “Whoever Allah wishes good for, He inflicts him (with hardship).” [Bukhari]

 

Our Prophet (pbuh) said: “Verily, if Allah loves a people, He makes them go through trials. Whoever is satisfied, for him is contentment, and whoever is angry upon him is wrath.” [Tirmidhi]

No calamity befalls on earth or in yourselves but is inscribed in the Book of Decrees – before We bring it into existence.” (Qur’an 57:22)

 

Dear Brothers and Sister, The following is a lecture delivered by Mufti Ismail Menk of Zimbabwe. An excellent reminder on the topic of hardship. The reality of hardships and the reasons. How Muslims should deal with calamites and difficulties that befall them.

 

This lecture is a MUST for anyone suffering with a test or calamity.

Click on the ‘Hardships’ button below to download the lecture (duration: 40 mins)

Hardships – Mufti Menk

Some Gems from this talk

“Allah tells us: ‘We will definitley test you”

“If life was so perfect and without hardships paradise would lose it’s value”

“Allah says there will be a day when there is no hardship”

“Every hardship will be compensated, even the prick of a thorn – if we bear it patience”

“Every moment of sickness, Allah is elevating you. Even though you might be standing still, during sickness it is like we are on an elevator being raised higher and higher”

-Mufti Ismail Menk

INNALLAHA MA ASSABIREEN

Posted by on 17 May, 2012 in Articles | 5 comments

 

Dear brothers and sisters we have been sent in this world for a purpose in our lives, which is to submit and to worship our Creator.  Allah Subhana Watala has informed us in His Glorious Quran that He will test us with afflictions. But the glad tiding is given to patient ones. Like many trials and tribulations attached to human existence, Sihr and Jinn related difficulties/problems are also present either as a test of our faith or a punishment for some of our sins. Only Allah has the knowledge of whether we are being tested or being punished for our sins. In all circumstances a true believer has to put his trust in Allah and be satisfied with His decree and ask for His forgiveness all the time.

The most important point to keep in mind is that any trial/calamity which brings us closer to Allah Subhana Wa Ta’ala is a mercy in disguise. Whereas the calamities which put us in a situation of despair and hopelessness and no tawakkul in Allah’s decree, is a path of shaitan and a misguidance.

In all kinds of difficulties, Allah is testing the level of patience and perseverance in His slaves. Please bear that in mind that the Prophets were the most tested people in their faith yet they were closest to Allah. After that the people who are closest to the sunnah of Messengers will be tested according to the level of their eimaan and trust in Allah. Only shaitan is despaired of the mercy of Allah, but a true believer is always hopeful of Allah’s mercy and help in all situations whether they are times of ease or times of extreme sadness and difficulty.

 O you who believe, seek assistance through patience and prayer;

إِنَّ اللّهَ مَعَ الصَّابِرِينَ  surely Allah is with the patient. (Quran, 2:153)

“Such people will be repaid for their steadfastness with the Highest paradise, where they will meet with welcome and with ‘Peace.” (Quran, 25:75)

Within the course of Ruqya, there may be possibilities that you come across situations where you feel that things are getting harder instead of any improvement. That is the most crucial point at times of Ruqya where shaitan uses his utmost influence to bring the patient/sufferer right down by insinuating that Quran is making things worse. This is when you need to be very strong and persevere with patience. Such are the situations where Allah is testing your eimaan and shaitan is trying with all his army to misguide you and put you in despair.

Allah is with the steadfast (Quran, 8:66)

‘Those who are steadfast and put their trust in their Lord’. (Quran 16:42)

When you start doing Ruqya, you have to bear in mind that you are challenging enemies of Allah i.e. magicians, soothsayers, witches, human and jinn devils. These are the entities that either commit shirk or have no belief in Allah and His might. So you as a believer is standing firm in the battlefield to fight the enemy of Allah with the sword of Quran. So like in any battlefield in some situations you will overpower the enemy and in other situations they may overpower you. So what is the stance of the believer in a battlefield?   He is always positive and he does not fear anything but Allah. Battlefield is a place where a Momin is in a win win situation. If he defeats the enemy he is a Mujahid and victorious and if he dies he is a Shaheed. In both scenarios he is receiving the pleasure of Allah Subhana Wa Ta’ala. So keep that in mind that defeat is not for a believer because he is always under the mercy of Ar-Rahman.

“You will be tested in your wealth and in your selves and you will hear many abusive words from those given the book before you and from those who are idolators. But if you are steadfast and guard against evil, that is the most resolute course to take.” (Quran, 3:186).

“We will test you with a certain amount of fear and hunger and loss of wealth and life and fruits. But give good news to the steadfast” (Quran, 2:155)

Allah has declared in His Glorious book that Quran is a healing and mercy for believers. And Allah does not go against His promise. You have to engrave these golden words in your heart that Allah is true to His promise and Quran is an ultimate shifa. If you develop this yaqeen with your heart and soul and be content with Allah’s decree and strive in His path with full submission, then dear brothers and sisters I guarantee that you are not far from Allah’s help. Allah has promised that His help is near. So Ruqya is all part of striving in Allah’s way.

When you are ill and in hospital the doctors sometimes have to operate on you, sedate you, pierce needles in you to carry out all kinds of tests, give you nasty tasting medicines and so forth. But you are always confident that despite putting you in difficulty for the time being the doctor is going to cure you in the end. We put so much trust in doctors but when it comes to Allah our faith wavers in many situations and we lose hope. In terms of doing Ruqya we should develop the same kind of trust if not more which we put on doctors knowing that they are working for our benefit.

 ”Our Lord pour down steadfastness upon us and make our feet firm …..” (Quran: 2:250)

May Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala help you all and grant you ease and comfort.  Ameen.

Sister Binte Nazir

 

 

DU’A – The Most Excellent Worship

Posted by on 1 May, 2012 in Articles | 4 comments

Dear brothers and sisters, This is a very VERY important subject. Please take the time to read the article and watch the video. They will benefit you immensely in’sha’Allah.

Here are some ahadith about the excellence of du’a:

“When my servants ask you concerning me, (tell them) I am indeed close (to them). I listen to the prayer of every supplicant when he calls on me.” [2:186] 

The place of duaa is so high to Allah, that the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم had said:“Nothing is more honourable to Allah the Most High than du’a.” [Sahih al-Jami` no.5268]. He also said: “The most excellent worship is du’a.” [Sahih Al-Jami` no. 1133];

In order to encourage people and warn those who are arrogant, or careless in making duaa, the Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم said: “The most incapable person is the one who does not make du’a, and the most miserly person is the one who does not give salaam.” [Sahih Al-Jami` no. 1055], and further, said: “If one does not ask Allah, He will get angry with him.” [Sahih al-Jami` no.2414]

The Prophet صلى الله عليه و سلم said: “Ask Allah for everything, even the lace of your shoes. If Allah does not provide, it will never be available.” [Ibn al-Sunni, no. 349 - hasan. Supported by at-Tirmidhi 4/298 and others.]

And let not there be anyone who says: “… my Lord won’t answer my prayer, because of this and that.. or because of so and so..”. No! Indeed Allah is the Most Generous King. 

 

Respected brothers and sisters. We do not give du’a the time and status it deserves. Why? Because shaytaan is always ready to whisper negative thoughts in order to make us lose hope or avoid seeking help from the guaranteed source from which it comes! Many of us are careless or lazy or for one reason or another do not make du’a enough. Some of us have left it completely! We are seriously deceived and foolish. We need to wake up and smell the coffee! Myself included. How is it that we allow our enemy to convince us to delay asking for what we want?? Delay or neglect asking from the only One that can give it! Allahu Akbar.

Allah loves each and every one of us. He knows what’s within our hearts, what our emotions are and what we crave for, what we feel and what we are thinking right now. Every moment, every second, every breath is an opportunity to turn to Him and seek his forgiveness and make du’a for whatever we want. We are sitting on this huge goldmine every moment of our lives and we don’t even realise it. Or we completely waste it!

Lets change that right now. Let’s start making du’a as much as possible. We will not only see our du’a being fulfilled but we’ll start feeling much closer to Allah سبحانه و تعالى‎. If you are experiencing a test then you have every reason to make du’a constantly. Keep asking, keep begging. Every du’a we make is never ever rejected. Indeed, our beloved Prophet had said: “Verily your Lord is the One modest and Generous, and when His servant raises his hands to Him in supplication, He is diffident (in some wordings, shy or hesitant) from returning them empty.” [Ahmad, Abu Dawud and at-Tirmidhi - Hasan]

The following video has been hand-picked because of the content and motivational power. Please take the time to watch it and let’s all make a resolution to take the advice in the video and make du’a as much as possible. Let’s not continue to be foolish by neglecting this gift and ultimate power.

“O mankind! It is you who stand in need of Allah, but Allah is Rich (Free of all wants and needs), Worthy of All Praise.” [Qur'an 35:15]

 

DU’A - Ustadh Muhammad Tim Humble [55 minutes]

 

 

DU’A – Mufti Menk [28 minutes]

  • Why are du’a's not answered?
  • Why does Allah سبحانه و تعالى‎ test us?

 

 

How to recognise a Magician (Video)

Posted by on 21 Apr, 2012 in Articles | Comments Off

 

Signs of a Magician or ill Practitioner- Beware – these people look like you and I. They can look like pious or righteous people that you would never distinguish as practising this evil. It’s only when we are educated and know the signs of the Sahir (Magician) that we are able to spot them. Going to a Sahir or using their help in this is a form of disbelief so we must beware and be careful not to fall into this error.

 

 

Spread awareness about this very important issue. Many people mistakenly seek help from people that make their problems worse! Magicians commit the highest level of Kufr (disbelief) and their aim is to ease you into it while you know not! Beware! Shirk is the gravest of sins and we must educate ourselves to stay well clear of it.

 

 

What Is Sihr? (Video)

Posted by on 13 Apr, 2012 in Articles | Comments Off

In the following video we discuss the realities of Sihr. How it works, what it involves, commons types, why people do it and the evil of it.