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Interview With Jinn : Mystery of The Haunted Highway (Islamic Exorcism) [English]

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A TV channel in Indonesia has a program called "Dua Dunia" (Two Worlds). They came to some place, based on people reports about sacred places and haunted places. To do some interview with JINN haunted there and explain the myths and urban legend in Islamic perception.

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How to protect yourself from Black magic and Jinns In Islam

Jinns are creatures made of fire. The Noble Quran and the Hadiths state clearly about this invisible creature of Allah. They are born; they eat, drink, and get married. They live beside men and they die. The chapter 72 Al-Jinn in the Quran is a clear evidence of their existence. In fact there are many verses in the Quran explaining about their nature, behavior and the objective of their creation. There are among them those who are believers and there are those who are non believers. Islam is not the only religion which speaks about such creatures. They are also mentioned in the Bible, the Veda and other religious scriptures.

Jinns are used in black magic and they are very harmful. They are also used by Shaytwaan to harm people in general and believers in particular.

Our Deen Islam which is a complete way of life teaches us how we can protect ourselves and others from Jinn, shaytwaan and black magic.

According to the teaching of the Quran and Hadiths regular recitation of the following chapters, verses and duas is very useful for the protection against Jinns, Shaytwaan, evils and black magic inshaAllah:

Read Surah Fateha (Chapter 1)

Surah 1

Read Surah Baqarah (chapter 2-Verse 1-5)

Surah 2-V1-5

Read Sura Baqarah (Chapter 2-Verse 102)

Surah 2-V102

Read Ayat Al Kursi (Chapter 2 verses: (255-257)

Surah 2-V255-257

When you go to bed Read the following Verses :

Surah 2-V255-257

Surah 2-V255-257

Read last Two Verses of Surah Baqarah (Chapter 2 verses: 284-286)

Surah 2-V284-286

Read Surah Ikhlas (Chapter 112)

Surah 112

Read Surah Falaq (Chapter 113)

Surah 113

Read Surah Al-Naas (Chapter 114)

Surah 114

Regular recitation of the following:

LAHAWLA

La ilaha illAllaah – wahdahu laa shareeka lahu – lahul-mulku wa lahul-hamdu – wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer. Say: Bissmillah

Bis

when entering the house, before eating or drinking and in everything you do.

Spit on your left three times and seek refuge in Allah from the evil of what you see in a dream.

Surah41-V36

Abdullah Yousuf Ali]‎ And if (at any time) an incitement to discord is made to thee by the Evil One, seek refuge in Allah. He is the One Who hears and knows all things.‎ ‎Taqi Usmani]‎ And should a stroke from ShaiTan (Satan) strike you, seek refuge with Allah. Surely, He is the All-Hearing, the All-Knowing.

Recite with intention to seek refuge in Allah:

Aouzoubillah

I seek refuge in Allah; the One Who hears and knows all things from ShaiTan. Recite three times during the prayer:

Aouzoubikaminka

“A’oodhu billah minka, al’anuka bi l’anatillaah” I seek refuge in Allah from you, I curse you with the curse of Allah Recite when leaving your house:

BismillahTawak

“Bismillahi tawakaltu ‘ala Allah, la hawla wa la quwwata illaa bilLah” In the Name of Allah, I place my trust in Allah, There is no solution, no way out and no power except by Allah

Recite when entering the mosque:

AouzoubillahAzwimi

“A’oodhu bilLahil-’adheem wa bi wajhi-hil-kareemi wa bi sultaanihil-qadeemi min ash-Shaytaanir-rajeem” I seek refuge with Allaah the Mighty, with His Noble Face and with His Eternal Authority from Shaytaan, the Accursed.

Recite when you find some doubts about your faith (Iman):

ALAWWAL

“huwal-awwalu wal-aakhiru wadh-dhaahiru wal-baatinu wa huwa bi kulli shay’in ‘aleem” He is the First and the Last, the Outermost and the Innermost, and He has Knowledge of every single thing.

Recite when a calamity befalls you:

Qadrar

“QaddarAllahu wa ma sha’ Allaahu fa’ala” Allah has decreed (this) and He does whatever He wills.

Recite at the beginning of sexual intercourse:

Sex-Bis

“Bismillah, Allahumma jannibna ash-Shaytaana wa jannibish-Shaytaana maa razaqtna” In the Name of Allah, O Allah! Keep us away from Shaytaan and keep Shaytaan away from what you bestow upon us”.

Recite in a state of anger

Aouzou

“A’oodhu bilLaahi min ash-Shaytaan ir-Rajeem” I seek refuge with Allah from Shaytaan the Accursed.

Some Prophetic Guidelines and Evidences for protection

1-Abu Hurayrah (ra) reported that the Messenger (saw) put him in charge of guarding the zakaah of Ramadan and someone would come and take handfuls from the zakaah for two nights in succession. On the third night, he (Abu Hurayrah) grabbed him and said: “I will take you to Allah’s Messenger (saw)”. He (the thief) said: “Let me go and I will teach you some words by which Allah will benefit you”. He then said, “When you go to your bed recite ayat ul-Kursi until you complete it. There will never cease to be from Allah a guardian to protect you and Shaytaan will not approach you until you wake up”. When he explained this to Allah’s Messenger (saw), he said, “He has told you the truth although he is a great liar. “Do you know the one with whom you addressed for the last three nights?” Abu huraira replied: “No.” Then the Prophet informed that it was Shaytaan. (Bukhaari).

2-Abu Salamah bin ‘Abdurrahman said: “I heard Abu Qataadah ibn Rab’iyy say: “I heard Allah’s Messenger (saw) say, “The good dream is from Allah and the bad dream is from Shaytaan. When one of you sees what he dislikes, let him spit on his left three times when he awakens and let him seek refuge in Allah from its evil and then it will not harm him”".

Abu Salamah said, “I used to see in my dream that which would be more burdensome to me than a mountain and when I heard this hadith I considered it as nothing.”

In another narration he said, “I used to see in my dream which would make me concerned until I heard Abu Qataadah say: “I used to have dreams which would make me ill until I heard Allah’s Messenger (saw) say, “The righteous dream is from Allah. If one of you sees what he loves then let him not inform anyone about it except one whom he loves. And if he sees what he dislikes, let him not inform anyone about it. Let him spit on his left three times and let him seek refuge in Allah from Shaytaan, the accursed from the evil of what he saw and it will not harm him.”"

3-Anas (ra) reports that Allah’s Messenger (saw) said, “Whoever says (when he leaves his house):

BismillahTawak

“Bismillahi tawakaltu ‘ala Allah, la hawla wa la quwwata illaa bilLah” “In the Name of Allah, I place my trust in Allah, There is no solution, no way out and no power except by Allah.” It is said to him: “You have been sufficed, you have been protected and you have been guided”. Then one of the devils turns to another and says, “How can you get to a man who has been sufficed, protected and guided”. (Abu Dawud, at-Tirmidhi, hasan saheeh).

4-Umm Salamah (ra) said, “Allah’s Messenger (saw) never left my house except that he raised his sight to the sky and said:

AllahumaInni

“Allahumma innee a’oodhu bika an adil-la aw udal-la, aw azil-la aw uzal-la, aw azlima aw uzlama, aw ajhala aw yujhala ‘alay-ya.” (O Allah I seek refuge in you from leading others astray and being led astray, from causing others to slip and being made to slip, from oppressing others or being oppressed and from making others ignorant, and being kept ignorant.” (At-Tirmidhi, Abu Dawood, an-Nisa’ee, Ibn Majah, at-Tirmidhi)

5-Jaabir (ra) said: “I heard the Prophet (saw) say: “When a man enters his house and remembers Allah the Exalted upon entering and before eating, Shaytaan says to his companions: “There is no place for you to spend the night and there is no supper for you.” When he enters the house and does not remember Allah, Shaytaan says to his companions: “You have found a place to spend the night” and when he does not remember Allah upon eating his food, Shaytaan says: “You have found a place to stay and supper”". (Muslim).

6-Abdullah ibn ‘Umar (ra) said, “When the Prophet (saw) used to enter the mosque he would say:

AouzoubillahAzwimi

“A’oodhu bilLahil-’adheem wa bi wajhi-hil-kareemi wa bi sultaanihil-qadeemi min ash-Shaytaanir-rajeem” “I seek refuge with Allah the Mighty, with His Noble Face and with His Eternal Authority from Shaytaan, the Accursed”. He then said: “When (a man) says this, Shaytaan says: “He has been protected from me for the whole day”". (Abu Dawud).

7-It is reported by Abu Hurayrah (ra) that Allah’s Messenger (saw) said: “When the call to prayer is made, Shaytaan flees on his heels and passes wind with noise during his flight so that he does not hear the adhaan. When the adhaan is completed he comes back. When the iqaamah is pronounced he takes to his heels again until it is completed. Then he returns again and whispers into the heart of the person and says to him: “Remember this and remember that”. So the person remembers those things which were not in his mind before the prayer began and as a result, he forgets how much he has prayed”. (Bukhaari,&Muslim).

Pronouncing the adhaan can be done at any time to repel Shaytaan. This is due to what has been reported by Muslim from Abu Sahel bin Abu Saalih who said: “My father sent me to Bani Harithah and there was a young boy with me. Someone called him by his name from a wall, so he went to have a look at the wall but did not see anything. I mentioned that to my father and he said: “If I had known that you would encounter this I would not have sent you. However, when you hear a voice then make the call for prayer since I heard Abu Hurayrah (ra) saying the Prophet (saw) said: “When the call for prayer is made, Shaytaan flees”.

8-Abu Dardaa’ (ra) reports that “Allah’s Messenger (saw) stood for prayer and we heard him saying:

Aouzoubikaminka

“A’oodhu billah minka, al’anuka bi l’anatillaah” “I seek refuge in Allah from you”. Then he said, “I curse you with the curse of Allah” three times.

At the same time, he was stretching out his hand, trying to grab hold of something. When he finished his prayer we said to him: “O Messenger of Allah! We heard you say something in the prayer which we have never heard from you before and we saw you stretching out your hand”. He said, “That was the enemy of Allah, Iblis. He came with a flame of fire and tried to throw it in my face. I said, “I seek refuge in Allah from you” three times and then (I said), “I curse you with the curse of Allah” three times and he did not hesitate. Then I desired to capture him. By Allah! If it had not been for the supplication of our brother (the Prophet) Suleiman (as), he would have been tied up and the children of Medina would have played with him”". (Muslim).

In another hadith from ‘Othman bin Abul-Aas (ra) who said, “I said, “O Messenger of Allah! Shaytaan comes in between me and my prayer and my recitation, confusing me.” He said, “That is a Shaytaan called Khunzub. When you feel his presence, seek refuge in Allah from him and spit on your left three times.” I did as he said and Allah took that (distraction) away from me.” (Muslim)

9-When the servant finds something in his soul that concerns him and says:

ALAWWAL

“huwal-awwalu wal-aakhiru wadh-dhaahiru wal-baatinu wa huwa bi kulli shay’in ‘aleem” He is the First and the Last, the Outermost and the Innermost, and He has Knowledge of every single thing.

Abu Zameel (ra) said: “I said to Ibn ‘Abbas (ra), “What is this thing which I find in my soul?”(meaning doubt). He said, “When you find something like that in your soul, then say, “He (Allah) is the First and the Last, the Outermost and the Innermost and He has knowledge of every single thing.” (Abu Dawood).

10-Abu Hurayrah (ra) reports that Allah’s Messenger (saw) said, “The strong believer is more loved by Allah than the weak believer, but in both there is good. Be zealous for what will benefit you. Seek help from Allah the Mighty and Majestic and do not become incapacitated. If something afflicts you, do not say: “If only I had done such and such” but say: “Allah has decreed (this) and He does whatever He wills”. Indeed saying: “if...” opens up the doorway of Shaytaan’s handiwork.” (Muslim)

11-Ibn ‘Abbas (ra) reports that the Prophet (saw) said, “If one of you says, when approaching his wife (for intercourse)

Sex-Bis

“Bismillah, Allahumma jannibna ash-Shaytaana wa jannibish-Shaytaana maa razaqtna” In the Name of Allah, O Allah! Keep us away from Shaytaan and keep Shaytaan away from what you bestow upon us”. Shaytaan will never be able to cause harm to their decreed offspring)”. (Bukhaari & Muslim).

12-Sulaymaan bin Sard (ra) said, “I was sitting with Allah’s Messenger (saw) and two men were abusing each other. The face of one of them had become red (out of anger) and his veins had become inflated. Allah’s Messenger (saw) said, “I know a word which, if he was to say, his anger would leave him. If he said:

Aouzoubillah

“I seek refuge in Allah from Shaytaan the Accursed”, his anger would leave him”" (Bukhaari, Muslim).

13-Abul-Maleh (ra) reports that a man said, “I was behind the Messenger (saw) and his riding animal stumbled. I said, “May Shaytaan perish”, and he said, “Do not say, “May Shaytaan perish”. If you say that he will grow in size until he becomes the size of a house and says: “By my strength”. Instead say, “In the Name of Allah”. When you say that, he reduces in size until he is like a fly.” (Abu Dawood).

14-Allah’s Messenger (saw) said, “When one of you sees something in himself or in his possessions which amazes him (or wins his admiration) he should invoke blessings upon it as the (evil) eye is indeed true and real”.

15-Abu Sa’eed (ra) said, “Allah’s Messenger (saw) used to seek refuge from the jinn and from the effects of the (evil) of men until the m’uwwadhdhataan (the last 2 chapters of the Quran) were revealed. When they were revealed he clung to them and abandoned what was besides them.” (At-Tirmidhi, hasan; an-Nasa’ee and Ibn Maajah).

16-Allah’s Messenger (saw) said, “When you read a verse of prostration then prostrate, Shaytaan departs crying and says: “Woe be to him. He was ordered with prostration and he prostrated – so for him is Paradise. I was ordered with prostration and I refused – so for me is the Fire.” (Muslim, Ahmad and Ibn Maajah).

17-Abu Hurayrah (ra) reports that Allah’s Messenger (saw) said, “Do not turn your houses into graves. Indeed Shaytaan flees from a house in which Surah al-Baqarah is recited.” (Muslim).

18-The Messenger of Allah (saw) went out one night and passed by Abu Bakr (ra) who was praying with a lowered voice. Then he passed by ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab (ra) who was praying with a raised voice. When they came together with the Prophet (saw), he said, “O Abu Bakr! I passed by you while you were praying with a lowered voice.” Abu Bakr (ra) said: “I made the one with whom I was conversing with (i.e. Allah) hear it, O Messenger of Allah.” He then said to ‘Umar (ra): “I passed by you while you were praying with a raised voice”. ‘Umar (ra) said: “O Messenger of Allah! I was inciting those who were asleep and driving away the Shaytaan.” The Prophet (saw) then said: “O Abu Bakr! Raise your voice somewhat” and he said to ‘Umar: “lower your voice somewhat”. (Abu Dawood, al Haakim).

19-It is established that Allah’s Messenger (saw) used to move his finger, supplicating with it (Abu Dawood, an-Nasaa’i, Ibn al_Jaarud in al-Muntaqa and others) and the Messenger of Allah said, “It is more powerful against the Shaytaan than iron” – meaning the forefinger. (Ahmad and others).

Imaam Ahmad was asked, “Should a man point with his finger in the prayer?” He replied, “Yes, vigorously”. (Ibn Haani mentioned it in Masaa’il of Imaam Ahmad).

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