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    I know some of you probably don't believe in this, but I believe it does exist.
    Does anyone know how a person can find out if someone has done Jadoo on them? Are there any signs to look out for?


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    Assalamualikum,

    My sister,

    I hope you are well.

    This response is from sunnipath:

    Black magic (sihr) is something that definitely exists and causes harm to people. The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) was also afflicted with black magic.

    A Jew by the name of Labid ibn Asim who outwardly posed to be a believer (munafiq) carried out black magic on the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace). He took the hair of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) and made eleven knots and placed it under a rock in a well called Zarwan. The effect of this was that it created uncertainty in the mind of the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) as to whether he had done or not done certain things (although this had no effect on his religious and prophetic obligations). At times the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) felt he had accomplished something yet he had not done so and vice versa. The angel Jibra’il informed the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) as to what had occurred and came down with the two Surahs, namely Surah al-Falaq and Surah an-Nas. The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) together with the Companions (Allah be pleased with them all) went to the well and removed the knotted hair. As each verse was recited, the knots untied miraculously. At the eleventh knot, the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) was relieved from the effects of this black magic. (See: Tafisir Ibn Kathir & Ma’arif al-Qur’an)

    Thus, scholars mention that the recitation of the Mu’awwazatayn (the two Quls: al-Falaq and al-Nas) is very beneficial in the removing of and protection from black magic. One should make a habit of reciting these especially when retiring to bed and after the Fardh prayers. There are many virtues of these two Surahs mentioned in the Ahadith.

    Sayyida A’isha (Allah be pleased with her) narrates that whenever the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) would become ill, he would recite the Mu’awwizat (Surah al-Falaq & Surah an-Nas) and blow over himself. When his illness was aggravated, I used to recite these two Surahs (and blow my breath) over him and make him rub his body with his own hand, for its blessings. (Sahih al-Bukhari, no. 4728)

    Apart from these two Surahs, the recitation of Surah al-Fatiha, Ayat al-Kursi, and last two verses of Surah al-Baqarah is also very beneficial.



    Moreover, the famous Tibi’i Ka’b al-Ahbar (Allah be pleased with him) states: “Had it not been for the phrases that I recite regularly, the Jews would have turned me into a donkey (m: out of black magic). It was said to him: “What are these phrases?” He replied:

    (Transliteration): “A’uzu bi wajhillah al-Adhim alladhi laysa shay’un a’dhamu minhu wa bi kalimatillah at-tammati allati la yujawizuhunna barrun wa la fajir wa bi asmaillah al-husna kulliha ma alimtu minha wa ma lam a’lam min sharri ma khalaqa wa bara’a wa zara’a.”

    Translation: “I seek the protection of Allah the Great; He, than whom there is nothing greater. And I seek the protection of the perfect words of Allah which no man, virtuous or evil, can even transcend; and I seek the protection of all the beautiful names of Allah, those of them which I know and those which I do not know, from the evil of everything He (Allah) created, to which He has given existence, and which He has spread (over the earth or universe).”

    (Recorded by Imam Malik in his al-Muwatta, 2/541, no. 2737)

    Thus, the above supplication can be very beneficial in the removing of the effect of black magic.

    Also, the consuming of Ajwa dates has been prescribed by the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) as a remedy for black magic.

    Amir ibn Sa’d narrates from his father that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) said: “He who eats seven Ajwa dates every morning, will not be affected by poison or magic on the day he eats them.” (Sahih al-Bukhari, no. 5130)

    The above are just some of the methods in removing the effect of black magic that have been prescribed in the Sunnah, thus one may resort to any of them. There are also other remedies besides the above, but time does not allow me to mention them all.

    Finally, before parting, I would like to state that undoubtedly black magic is something that exits but it is observed that many people experience some type of downfall or illness and quickly jump to the conclusion that somebody has carried out black magic and start pointing fingers at others. If a child refuses to marry someone whom the parents want him/her to marry, then the parents begin to regard it to be the cause of black magic. Similarly, if the relations of the husband and wife turn sour, the first assumption is that it must be black magic that was carried out by such and such person. Black magic is regarded to be the cause behind every minor and major illness.

    This type of understanding is incorrect. One should not be too hasty in concluding that the cause of a problem is black magic, because more often than not, black magic has nothing to do with the problem.

    Secondly, due to this, many people have made it a business, in that they deceive people in making them believe that they have some sort of black magic done upon them, thus they are charged with a massive sum for the treatment. People have made thousands in this business.

    Thus, one should be very careful in these matters, for in it rests the benefit of this world and the hereafter. Do not be too hasty in determining that the cause behind the problem is black magic. However, if there is substantial evidence such as the sudden break of illness, etc, then one may determine whether it is the cause of black magic or otherwise. And in the case of being afflicted with it, one must primarily turn to Allah Most High and resort to the remedies mentioned in the Qur’an and Sunnah. Also, if the help of others is sought, then one should only turn to those who are god-fearing and pious.

    May Allah Most High guide us all towards the right direction, Ameen.

    And Allah knows best.

    Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

    http://qa.sunnipath.com/issue_view.a...=3018&CATE=115
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    Nothing good nor bad takes place except by the will and decree of Allah Most High. Even if all the satans of the world from the biggest to the meanest assembled to hurt a gnat it would not take place unless Allah Most High decreed it. Therefore stand fast on the commands of Allah Most High and ask Him relief of any duress together with following His commands regarding this particular situation as revealed to the Prophet, upon him peace, namely to recite Surat al-Baqara especially its last three ayats and the Mu`awwidhat for protection (last three Suras). The du`a is in the Adhkar under ruqya and/or ta`wiz and is: A`udhu billahi wa bikalimaatihi al-tammaat. As for the second question: knowledge of sihr or magic does not indicate that one practices it since many of the awliya had and do have knowledge that pertains to it and how to deflect its harm with the help of Allah Most High. This is evident also when there are no dunya ties involved and when the interaction is for the sake of Allah and He knows best. Was-Salam,
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    Quote Originally Posted by weepingcamel View Post
    sunnipath.
    Thanks alot for that

    I'm worried though, I think I might have it. Besides me going crazy over that guy, there's loads of other things that are going on in the family, but I can't mention them on here. Also, whenever I used to pray, no matter how depressed I was, I used to feel peace in my heart after praying, like i've had a heavy burden taken off my shoulder, you know that fresh breezy feeling.

    But I don't get it at all anymore, I pray and I still feel no peace I just cry like my efforts are going to waste and I feel exhausted like I have the weight of the world on my shoulders. I think of suicide and death alot, I can't even help myself in everyday things like at work, trying to get a better job, trying to make something of myself.

    I passed my driving test two years ago and I still haven't bought a car, I can't cook, I want to learn but I just feel like everything is too much for me. The tinyest little things can feel like I will never be able to achieve them. I have no self control and I'm very indecisive. I cry and get so emotional over the smallest things like when someone makes talks about their relationship and how happy they are, I get so jealous and start feeling sorry for myself because I have nothing compared to most of the people I know.

    Sometimes I get so angry, frustrated and emotional that I cry and scream and feel like ripping my hair out because I can't see the light at the end of the tunnel
    I know somethings not right, someone has done something to me I know they have, it's happened before in my family, but how do I find out? I don't know any religious people who can help.


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    As salamu Alykum Sister Tanya,

    Black Magic is something which really exist, generally known as "Kala Ilm" in the Indian sub continent and these days its a good source of income for many magicians who claim to solve any problem of there customers, mainly an offensive way to hurt anyone. At last the result is heavy loss!

    Regarding all the mess going around in your life i seriously thinks that you need a help either from any Islamic scholar or from your family member whom you can consult openly. I believe that to every end there is a new start so don't give up and fight situations in the name of Allah, Allah is far more powerful than any magic and those who have company of Allah they cannot get hurt by anything else in this world inshaAllah.

    was salam.
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    Salams,

    I really discourage that you think someone has done something to you, rather you should focus on the fact that only Allah is the one who possesses the ultimate power over all things.

    If you feel, so disenchanted with life, probably it is best that you focus on what is your purpose in life, only then you will be able to live an enrichening life.

    "And I did not create the Jinn and mankind except to worship Me".(Quran, 51:56)

    It is to attain Allah's pleasure by following the shariah, as in the external forms of worship and as in following the internal forms of worship by the laws perscribed for this for one's character, intentions. Islam is to submit totally and not just for rituals only.

    You need to live your life comprehensively as a Muslim, only then will you be able to enjoy living.
    Call upon your Lord Humbly and in secret" (Quran 7:55)


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    Quote Originally Posted by biscuitcrumbs View Post
    Salams,

    I really discourage that you think someone has done something to you, rather you should focus on the fact that only Allah is the one who possesses the ultimate power over all things.

    If you feel, so disenchanted with life, probably it is best that you focus on what is your purpose in life, only then you will be able to live an enrichening life.

    "And I did not create the Jinn and mankind except to worship Me".(Quran, 51:56)

    It is to attain Allah's pleasure by following the shariah, as in the external forms of worship and as in following the internal forms of worship by the laws perscribed for this for one's character, intentions. Islam is to submit totally and not just for rituals only.

    You need to live your life comprehensively as a Muslim, only then will you be able to enjoy living.




    So why do so many Muslims, who are not fully devoted to their religion, live life in harmony? They don't pray, they don't cover up, they have boyf/girlf, they hardly fast in the month of ramazan, and when they do they don't pray they just fast and think it will be excepted.

    Why are these people living so happily? Don't tell me they will get punished in the hereafter because you don't know that, they might be just as happy as they are now.

    Maybe I should give up praying and stop covering up and go and get myself another boyfriend......... it works for everyone else.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanya View Post
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    So why do so many Muslims, who are not fully devoted to their religion, live life in harmony? They don't pray, they don't cover up, they have boyf/girlf, they hardly fast in the month of ramazan, and when they do they don't pray they just fast and think it will be excepted.

    Why are these people living so happily? Don't tell me they will get punished in the hereafter because you don't know that, they might be just as happy as they are now.

    Maybe I should give up praying and stop covering up and go and get myself another boyfriend......... it works for everyone else.
    Salams,

    Firstly, you should not be judging yourself to "many Muslims".
    Secondly, you don't know that they are living their life in harmony do you? It may appear to be so to you, if you think living in harmony is having a boyfriend, not fasting in Ramadan; disobeying Allah's commands. Do you really think this? You want Allah's help, but you have to work for it.

    And no, I will not tell you they will get punished in the hereafter, you are correct, I really don't know that. But I do know that, we are accountable for our behaviour inwards and outwards. In fact those "many Muslims" may not have to wait for the hereafter to get punished, their punishment can get acted out in this world.

    Please be patient and recieve the rewards for this. Forget everybody else. To each his own.
    Last edited by biscuitcrumbs; 24-05-2007 at 05:53 PM.
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    Smile Bismillahir rahmanir rahim

    Asssalamualikum,
    Sister Tanya,

    Alhamdulilah! I have read your post and I shall attempt to convey some things which you can do for protection. Yes, you might need to seek some professional (spiritual) help.

    In the meanwhile, try to stay in wudhu as far as possible.

    I used to recite these two Surahs (and blow my breath) over him and make him rub his body with his own hand, for its blessings
    This you can do as well. A Moulana giving a lecture on Jinns had stated that also reciting Ayatul Kursi and blowing it on a glass of water and then drinking it, can help.

    I am really sorry, I don't presently have access to anyone who is very advanced in the field of assisting others who has this problem. . Insha-Allah maybe someone else can give you contact with such a person.

    Sister, I would also suggest that you fast nafl, if you can do so and when breaking your fast, beseech almighty Allah to remove whatever evil is afflicting you.

    Also, you said, you don't feel joy in the things you do like cooking, driving etc, I suggest try starting everything In the Name Of Allah.(Bismillah).

    When you say, "Bismillah" you act in Allah's name, it binds you to the Omnipotent and Merciful One, who posess infinite Power and Mercy.


    Jabir RA is reported to have said that when:

    Bismillahir-rahmanir- rahim

    In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful.

    was revealed ,the clouds gave way by moving to the East, the winds ceased blowing, the oceans became calm, the creatures prepared themselves to listen, the shayatin were pelted with fire from the heavens and Allah swt, swearing an oath by His Honour, declared: Anyone who says this name of mine upon anything, i will surely impart barakah in that thing.

    Ad Durrul Manthur and Ibn Kathir

    The reason for the above is as follows: in Bismillah there are 3 names of Allah SWT:

    1) Allah SWT which is his personal name indicating that all projects can only be initiated by the will of ALlah swt.

    2) Rahman (kind) which is his attributive name indicating that only Allah SWT can keep that project intact and existent (guarding it against destruction).

    3) Rahim (Most Merciful) which is also his attribute name indicating that only Allah SWT can, through his mercy and grace, enable any person to derive benefit from that project.

    This clearly proves that any project beginning with:

    Bismillah-rahmanir-rahim

    In the name of Allah,the most Gracious, the most Merciful.

    Will be granted barakah (blessings) from the beginning till the end.

    Reciting Bismillahir-rahmanir-rahim, transforms what we do into Ibadah.

    Say it before you eat, drink, walk, talk, write, go to bed, wake up. (By the way there are duas for these as well)

    A Hadith Qudsi

    Rasulullah SAW said that the angel Jibreel AS made a mention of this hadith under oath that he heard it from the angel Mika'il AS under oath who heard it from the angel Israfeel AS under oath that Allah SWT said; "By my honour, grace and grandeur, whoever reads:

    Bismillahir-Rahmanir-Rahim
    In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful.

    and surah al-Fatiha jointly once, then you be witness that i shall not burn his tongue and i will save him from the fire as well as the punishment of the grave and on the day of Qiyamah.

    more info found here
    Take care,
    wa'salam
    "The Lord and Cherisher of the worlds, Who created me, and it is He Who guides me" - Ash-shu'araa: 77-78


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanya View Post
    Thanks alot for that

    I'm worried though, I think I might have it. Besides me going crazy over that guy, there's loads of other things that are going on in the family, but I can't mention them on here. Also, whenever I used to pray, no matter how depressed I was, I used to feel peace in my heart after praying, like i've had a heavy burden taken off my shoulder, you know that fresh breezy feeling.

    But I don't get it at all anymore, I pray and I still feel no peace I just cry like my efforts are going to waste and I feel exhausted like I have the weight of the world on my shoulders. I think of suicide and death alot, I can't even help myself in everyday things like at work, trying to get a better job, trying to make something of myself.

    I passed my driving test two years ago and I still haven't bought a car, I can't cook, I want to learn but I just feel like everything is too much for me. The tinyest little things can feel like I will never be able to achieve them. I have no self control and I'm very indecisive. I cry and get so emotional over the smallest things like when someone makes talks about their relationship and how happy they are, I get so jealous and start feeling sorry for myself because I have nothing compared to most of the people I know.

    Sometimes I get so angry, frustrated and emotional that I cry and scream and feel like ripping my hair out because I can't see the light at the end of the tunnel
    I know somethings not right, someone has done something to me I know they have, it's happened before in my family, but how do I find out? I don't know any religious people who can help.
    salam

    I used to feel very similar - your symtoms are same as I felt - until I met some aamils/raqee's, on this yahoo group - Alhamudullila, after speaking to them, they pointed me in the right direction - now I have made a 90% recovery - and slowly heading towards a full recovery - insh'allah. I was suffering from black magic, from what you have written, it looks like you are too......Where do you live, I know some good aamils/raqees in the UK.

    Anyway, here is a link, to their group:
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/RuqyaShariyah

    Also check this link as well - very informative:
    http://www.quranichealing.com/bp.asp?caid=61


    You need to speak and seek guidance from a aamil/raqee - you can recite much as you want, you won't recover easily - I used to recite, loads and loads - all that will happen, you will control your emotions - won't recover or break the spell - you need to see an aamil..

    Last edited by hiker; 26-05-2007 at 11:01 PM.


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