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My brothers in Islam, here I present to you a brief explanation of Nawaaqid al- Islam. (Nullifiers of Islam) written by Imam Muhammad Bin Abdul-Wahhab (W). nullifiers of islam with english translation nullifiers of islam with pdf. Christmas is a difficult time for new Muslims reverting to Islam from Christianity theyre used. Full text of "Nawaqid Al Islam English (Nullifiers of Islam)" About the Book: This is a translation of a lecture given by Shaikh 'Abdul-'Azeez Ar- Raajihee with the.


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The religious texts provide evidence for the difference between the two because this person is a sinner. He holds it to be obligatory, however giving into his desires and the devil has overtaken him. Book 37, no. Is it upon everyone to unrestrictedly apply these rulings i. These matters should be returned back to the scholars for they are ones who will study them and reflect on them.

The common folk and the students should refer to the scholars in this regard and it is not for them to issue rulings in these matters because they have not completed the time span of their studies. As for the common folk, then they are not qualified for this. And as for the students of knowledge , then they too must reference the scholars and not issue rulings, making takfeer based on vain desires.

This is not for him - he must return it back to the scholars. This is because he may think something to be disbelief when in fact it is not and this is due to his minimal knowledge, little insight and hastiness in issuing rulings.

What if one of the Muslim rulers supports something sinful due to some reason or due to a specific reason, then some people come and rule that his supporting these things means that he deems them to be permissible? This is not correct. Did he extract this belief of him deeming it to be permissible from his heart? Did he tell you that he deems it to be permissible?

Supporting something can occur due to several reasons - even the sinners support one another but yet this does not mean that they are disbelievers. Furthermore, these things that they defend and support could have a mixture of lawful and unlawful things in them.

Is the committal of disbelief limited to denying the truth; i. Disbelief is not just restricted to denial.

Disbelief occurs due to denial when someone denies Allaah or rejects the Messenger. Or if someone rejects something that is known from the Religion by necessity, he also commits disbelief.

If someone tramples over the mus-haf with his feet whilst doing so intentionally, he commits disbelief. Or if he stains the mus-haf with impurities or with urine intentionally, he commits disbelief. Likewise, disbelief may occur through speech. For example, if someone reviles Allah or reviles the Messenger or curses the Religion of Islaam or mocks and ridicules Allaah and His Messneger, he commits disbelief based on such speech. Disbelief also may occur due to doubt.

For example, he says: Disbelief may also occur due to abandonment, say for example if someone turns away from the Religion, not learning it or worshipping Allaah. He commits disbelief due to this abandonment. Lets say a person has a dispute so he takes his matter to the judicial courts and the religious judge there gives a ruling on an issue. However, this person hates the ruling this judge gave on that issue. What is the verdict on this? However, he is required to submit to the judgement of Allaah and His Messenger so long as he knows that this is a religious ruling.

He must be pleased with it even though this ruling may be against him, as is stated in the hadeeth: If he knows that this is the legal ruling he is obligated to be content with it. This person has preferred the judgement of the Taaghoot over the judgement of Allaah and His Messenger.

This is contrary to what is apparent from the ayah verse. This misinterpretation requires a proof for it, since there occurs in the ayah: Yes, it was revealed concerning a group of them during the battle of Tabook.

The hypocrites were of different levels. Some of them did not have any Eemaan, some of them had Eemaan but it was weak, and some of them had Eemaan but it left them and vanished. So they were of different types. What is the ruling on going to sorcerers? It is not permissible to go to sorcerers or to fortune-tellers or to astrologers, nor is it permissible to ask them. There has been a severe threat reported in the texts concerning asking them.

A fortune-teller Kaahin is someone who gets a vision from the Jinn by which he is informed about some of the affairs of the Unseen Ghayb that will occur in the future.

This person is called a Kaahin fortune-teller. A sorcerer Saahir is someone that makes contact with the devils and he commits disbelief by way of making potions and brews, tying knots and making spells and incantations. An astrologer Munajjim is someone that claims knowledge of the Unseen based on his looking at the stars, and he claims that they have an effect on the things that occur on earth.

The same goes for the one who writes down Abaajaad numeric symbols of letters: But as for the one who writes them down to learn from them i. The same goes for one who opens the book and attends the Jinn or the one who reads into a cup or reads into his palm. All of these individuals, if they claim to know the Unseen, they are all disbelievers. However their methods vary.

But if they all claim to know the Unseen then they are disbelievers. So if one claims to know the Unseen by way of spells, incantations, tying of knots, medicines and potions, then he is a called a Saahir sorcerer. And if he claims knowledge of the Unseen due to his looking at the stars, he is called a Munajjim astrologer.

And if he claims knowledge by way of knowing where a stolen good is and where it was lost, he is called an Arraaf diviner.

Similarly, those who throw stones and write on the ground, claiming to know the Unseen, all of these people are disbelievers - all of them are Munajjimoon astrologers. We would like a detailed explanation on the issue of seeking assistance from the righteous Jinn.

Concerning seeking assistance from the Jinn, Shaikh-ul-islaam Ibn Taimiyyah mentioned that a human being making contact with the Jinn occurs in three scenarios: When he calls him to Allaah and commands him to good and forbids him from evil.

This is required. Calling to Allaah, commanding towards good, and forbidding from evil is required for humans and Jinn. But this only occurs if Allaah decrees for such to happen and so on. This can occur for there may be found some righteous Jinn that attend some of the gatherings in which they can talk to the people.

But this is if the person invites them to Islaam and commands them towards good. This is necessary. That one seeks assistance from them in matters that are permissible, such as one seeking help from them in order to repair his automobile or to mend his farmland or to build his house.

Shaikh-ul-lslaam Ibn Taimiyyah said: This is since we cannot see the Jinn and we do not know what is true from their statements from that which is false. Also, the Jinn have less intellect than human beings and they are not honest, so they will take a person to an outcome that is not praiseworthy. This is since Allaah said: Some of those who recite upon possessed people seek help from the Jinn in this manner.

Some of them say: And he has informed me of where I can find the magic. Some of them even say that they are Muslim.

We say: Who informed you? Do you know what his condition is? Can he be believed? This Jinnee right now is a faasiq an evildoer. He has attacked this human being by possessing him , so therefore he is a faasiq evildoer. Neither his speech nor his reports are to be accepted. So you should not take his reports nor seek assistance from him. As for what some people say: And how does he know that he is correct?

Then they may even take him to an outcome that is not praiseworthy - even in the matters that are permissible, because they will gradually take him to different levels until they make him fall into Shirk. What is the ruling on reading and believing in horoscopes? The Shaikh did not expound on the third situation. It is when a human being makes contact with the Jinn in matters that are impermissible, such as has been mentioned in the previous question and answer.

If one claims to know the Unseen Ghayb because of them then this is disbelief and apostasy. This is tanjeem predicting the future based on astrology. And if one believes in these horoscopes? If someone believes them in their claim to know the Unseen, then he is a disbeliever because he has disbelieved in the statement of Allaah: No one in the heavens and the earth knows the Unseen except Allaah.

What is your advice on someone that wants to cure magic with similar magic, saying: Curing magic is known as Nushrah amongst the scholars. The correct opinion, which the scholars that have verified this issue are upon is that curing magic is divided into two categories: Curing magic with magic just like it. This is forbidden. Curing magic with incantations that have been prescribed in the Religion or lawful medications.

This is permissible. Or he may utter supplications that have been prescribed in the Religion such as: Remove this harm and cure me. I perform ruqyaa on you from everything that is harming you and from every jealous person or evil eye. May Allaah heal you. Question: Is the committal of disbelief limited to denying the truth; i. Answer: Disbelief is not just restricted to denial.

Disbelief occurs due to denial when someone denies Allaah or rejects the Messenger. Or if someone rejects something that is known from the Religion by necessity, he also commits disbelief. It can also occur due to an action, as is the case when someone prostrates to an idol, even if he doesnt believe in it.

If someone tramples over the mus-haf with his feet whilst doing so intentionally, he commits disbelief. Or if he stains the mus-haf with impurities or with urine intentionally, he commits disbelief.

Likewise, disbelief may occur through speech. For example, if someone reviles Allah or reviles the Messenger or curses the Religion of Islaam or mocks and ridicules Allaah and His Messneger, he commits disbelief based on such speech. Disbelief also may occur due to doubt. For example, he says: I dont know if there is a Paradise or not or if there is a Hellfire or not? He commits disbelief due to this doubt and uncertainty. Disbelief may also occur due to abandonment, say for example if someone turns away from the Religion, not learning it or worshipping Allaah.

He commits disbelief due to this abandonment. Question: Lets say a person has a dispute so he takes his matter to the judicial courts and the religious judge there gives a ruling on an issue.

However, this person hates the ruling this judge gave on that issue. What is the verdict on this? Answer: If he doesnt hate it because its the judgement of Allaah, then this person hates it due to some reason that is related to the worldly affairs. Therefore, he doesnt hate it because it is Allaahs judgement. So this person doesnt fall into disbelief. However, he is required to submit to the judgement of Allaah and His Messenger so long as he knows that this is a religious ruling.

He must be pleased with it even though this ruling may be against him, as is stated in the hadeeth: Whoever has someone swear to Allaah in his presence, then let him be pleased with it, and whoever is not pleased with it, then he is not from Allaah. So one must be pleased with the judgement of the Messenger. If he knows that this is the legal ruling he is obligated to be content with it.

Allaah says: But no by your Lord they can have no Faith until they make you O Muhammad judge in all disputes between them, and find no resistance in themselves against your decisions, and accept them with full submission. This person has preferred the judgement of the Taaghoot over the judgement of Allaah and His Messenger. Make no excuses, you have disbelieved after having had faith [Surah At-Tawbah: ] was revealed with regard to the hypocrites and that His saying: after having had faith means the outer Eemaan i.

Answer: This is contrary to what is apparent from the ayah verse. This misinterpretation requires a proof for it, since there occurs in the ayah: Make no excuses, you have disbelieved after having had faith.

Question: [Continuing] So does that mean that it was revealed with regard to the Companions? Answer: Yes, it was revealed concerning a group of them during the battle of Tabook. The hypocrites were of different levels. Some of them did not have any Eemaan, some of them had Eemaan but it was weak, and some of them had Eemaan but it left them and vanished.

So they were of different types. Question: What is the ruling on going to sorcerers? Answer: It is not permissible to go to sorcerers or to fortune-tellers or to astrologers, nor is it permissible to ask them. There has been a severe threat reported in the texts concerning asking them. The Prophet sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam said: Whoever goes to a diviner and asks him about something, his prayer will not be accepted for forty days.

As for someone who goes to a soothsayer and believes in what he tells him, he has disbelieved in what has been revealed to Muhammad sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam. A fortune-teller Kaahin is someone who gets a vision from the Jinn by which he is informed about some of the affairs of the Unseen Ghayb that will occur in the future. This person is called a Kaahin fortune-teller.

A sorcerer Saahir is someone that makes contact with the devils and he commits disbelief by way of making potions and brews, tying knots and making spells and incantations. An astrologer Munajjim is someone that claims knowledge of the Unseen based on his looking at the stars, and he claims that they have an effect on the things that occur on earth. The same goes for the one who writes down Abaajaad numeric symbols of letters : abjad hawwaz huttee kalaman safas qarshat thakhadh dadhigh These are Abjad letters that some people write, using them to gain knowledge of the unseen affairs.

But as for the one who writes them down to learn from them i. The same goes for one who opens the book and attends the Jinn or the one who reads into a cup or reads into his palm. All of these individuals, if they claim to know the Unseen, they are all disbelievers. However their methods vary. But if they all claim to know the Unseen then they are disbelievers. So if one claims to know the Unseen by way of spells, incantations, tying of knots, medicines and potions, then he is a called a Saahir sorcerer.

And if he claims to know what will happen in the future, then he is a Kaahin fortuneteller. And if he claims knowledge of the Unseen due to his looking at the stars, he is called a Munajjim astrologer.

And if he claims knowledge by way of knowing where a stolen good is and where it was lost, he is called an Arraaf diviner.

Similarly, those who throw stones and write on the ground, claiming to know the Unseen, all of these people are disbelievers all of them are Munajjimoon astrologers. Question: We would like a detailed explanation on the issue of seeking assistance from the righteous Jinn. Answer: Concerning seeking assistance from the Jinn, Shaikh-ul-islaam Ibn Taimiyyah mentioned that a human being making contact with the Jinn occurs in three scenarios: First: When he calls him to Allaah and commands him to good and forbids him from evil.

This is required. Calling to Allaah, commanding towards good, and forbidding from evil is required for humans and Jinn. But this only occurs if Allaah decrees for such to happen and so on. So he should give them dawah invitation to Islaam , command them towards good, and forbid them from evil only not exceeding beyond this. This can occur for there may be found some righteous Jinn that attend some of the gatherings in which they can talk to the people. But this is if the person invites them to Islaam and commands them towards good.

This is necessary. Com Explanation of The Nullifiers of Islaam By Shaikh Abdul-Azeez Ar-Raajihee Second: That one seeks assistance from them in matters that are permissible, such as one seeking help from them in order to repair his automobile or to mend his farmland or to build his house.

Shaikh-ul-Islaam Ibn Taimiyyah said: The foundation with regard to it is that it is permissible. But nevertheless, it is not proper for a human being to seek help from the Jinn, even in the permissible matters. This is since we cannot see the Jinn and we do not know what is true from their statements from that which is false. Also, the Jinn have less intellect than human beings and they are not honest, so they will take a person to an outcome that is not praiseworthy.

Disbelief may also occur due to abandonment, say for example if someone turns away from the Religion, not learning it or worshipping Allaah. He commits disbelief due to this abandonment. Lets say a person has a dispute so he takes his matter to the judicial courts and the religious judge there gives a ruling on an issue.

However, this person hates the ruling this judge gave on that issue. What is the verdict on this? If he doesnt hate it because its the judgement of Allaah, then this person hates it due to some reason that is related to the worldly affairs.

Therefore, he doesnt hate it because it is Allaahs judgement. So this person doesnt fall into disbelief. However, he is required to submit to the judgement of Allaah and His Messenger so long as he knows that this is a religious ruling. He must be pleased with it even though this ruling may be against him, as is stated in the hadeeth: Whoever has someone swear to Allaah in his presence, then let him be pleased with it, and whoever is not pleased with it, then he is not from Allaah.

So one must be pleased with the judgement of the Messenger. If he knows that this is the legal ruling he is obligated to be content with it. But no by your Lord they can have no Faith until they make you O Muhammad judge in all disputes between them, and find no resistance in themselves against your decisions, and accept them with full submission. This person has preferred the judgement of the Taaghoot over the judgement of Allaah and His Messenger.

What do you say about someone who says that Allaahs statement: Make no excuses, you have disbelieved after having had faith [Surah At-Tawbah: This is contrary to what is apparent from the ayah verse. This misinterpretation requires a proof for it, since there occurs in the ayah: Yes, it was revealed concerning a group of them during the battle of Tabook.

The hypocrites were of different levels. Some of them did not have any Eemaan, some of them had Eemaan but it was weak, and some of them had Eemaan but it left them and vanished. So they were of different types. What is the ruling on going to sorcerers? It is not permissible to go to sorcerers or to fortune-tellers or to astrologers, nor is it permissible to ask them. There has been a severe threat reported in the texts concerning asking them.

The Prophet sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam said: Whoever goes to a diviner and asks him about something, his prayer will not be accepted for forty days.

As for someone who goes to a soothsayer and believes in what he tells him, he has disbelieved in what has been revealed to Muhammad sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam. A fortune-teller Kaahin is someone who gets a vision from the Jinn by which he is informed about some of the affairs of the Unseen Ghayb that will occur in the future.

This person is called a Kaahin fortune-teller.

A sorcerer Saahir is someone that makes contact with the devils and he commits disbelief by way of making potions and brews, tying knots and making spells and incantations. An astrologer Munajjim is someone that claims knowledge of the Unseen based on his looking at the stars, and he claims that they have an effect on the things that occur on earth.

An arraaf diviner is someone that claims to have knowledge of affairs by first. The same goes for the one who writes down Abaajaad numeric symbols of letters: But as for the one who writes them down to learn from them i. The same goes for one who opens the book and attends the Jinn or the one who reads into a cup or reads into his palm.

All of these individuals, if they claim to know the Unseen, they are all disbelievers. However their methods vary. But if they all claim to know the Unseen then they are disbelievers. So if one claims to know the Unseen by way of spells, incantations, tying of knots, medicines and potions, then he is a called a Saahir sorcerer. And if he claims to know what will happen in the future, then he is a Kaahin fortuneteller. And if he claims knowledge of the Unseen due to his looking at the stars, he is called a Munajjim astrologer.

And if he claims knowledge by way of knowing where a stolen good is and where it was lost, he is called an Arraaf diviner. Similarly, those who throw stones and write on the ground, claiming to know the Unseen, all of these people are disbelievers all of them are Munajjimoon astrologers.

We would like a detailed explanation on the issue of seeking assistance from the righteous Jinn. Concerning seeking assistance from the Jinn, Shaikh-ul-islaam Ibn Taimiyyah mentioned that a human being making contact with the Jinn occurs in three scenarios: When he calls him to Allaah and commands him to good and forbids him from evil. This is required. Calling to Allaah, commanding towards good, and forbidding from evil is required for humans and Jinn. But this only occurs if Allaah decrees for such to happen and so on.

So he should give them dawah invitation to Islaam , command them towards good, and forbid them from evil only not exceeding beyond this.

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This can occur for there may be found some righteous Jinn that attend some of the gatherings in which they can talk to the people. But this is if the person invites them to Islaam and commands them towards good. This is necessary. That one seeks assistance from them in matters that are permissible, such as one seeking help from them in order to repair his automobile or to mend his farmland or to build his house.

Shaikh-ul-Islaam Ibn Taimiyyah said: The foundation with regard to it is that it is permissible. But nevertheless, it is not proper for a human being to seek help from the Jinn, even in the permissible matters. This is since we cannot see the Jinn and we do not know what is true from their statements from that which is false. Also, the Jinn have less intellect than human beings and they are not honest, so they will take a person to an outcome that is not praiseworthy.

This is since Allaah said:. O you who believe, if an evildoer i. Some of those who recite upon possessed people seek help from the Jinn in this manner. Some of them say: I speak to a Jinnee and seek such and such from him and he has informed me about such and such. And he has informed me of where I can find the magic.

And so on and so forth. Some of them even say that they are Muslim.

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We say: Who informed you? Do you know what his condition is? Can he be believed? This Jinnee right now is a faasiq an evildoer. He has attacked this human being by possessing him , so therefore he is a faasiq evildoer.

Neither his speech nor his reports are to be accepted. So you should not take his reports nor seek assistance from him. Just invite him to Allaah or recite Quraan upon him and request him to come out from this Muslim and to not cause harm to him.

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As for what some people say: I sought such and such from him and he informed me of such and such and of such and such magic and he sits with him for hours, but yet the Jinnee tells him lies so how can he rely on his words? And how does he know that he is correct? Then they may even take him to an outcome that is not praiseworthy even in the matters that are permissible, because they will gradually take him to different levels until they make him fall into Shirk.

What is the ruling on reading and believing in horoscopes? The Shaikh did not expound on the third situation. It is when a human being makes contact with the Jinn in matters that are impermissible, such as has been mentioned in the previous question and answer. If one claims to know the Unseen Ghayb because of them then this is disbelief and apostasy.

This is tanjeem predicting the future based on astrology. And if one believes in these horoscopes? If someone believes them in their claim to know the Unseen, then he is a disbeliever because he has disbelieved in the statement of Allaah:. No one in the heavens and the earth knows the Unseen except Allaah.

What is your advice on someone that wants to cure magic with similar magic, saying: I am forced to do this? Curing magic is known as Nushrah amongst the scholars. The correct opinion, which the scholars that have verified this issue are upon is that curing magic is divided into two categories: Curing magic with magic just like it.

This is forbidden. Curing magic with incantations that have been prescribed in the Religion or lawful medications. This is permissible. One may recite Ayat-ul-Kursee or the Muawidhatayn5 or the verses that talk about magic in them. Or he may utter supplications that have been prescribed in the Religion such as: O Allaah, Lord of makind.

Remove this harm and cure me. You are the Healer there is no cure except Your cure a cure that does not leave a sickness and In the Name of Allaah. I perform ruqyaa on you from everything that is harming you and from every jealous person or evil eye. May Allaah heal you. Or he may use lawful medicines or good remedies.

There is no harm in any of this. This is the correct view that is held by those who have verified this issue. Furthermore, this is the view that the great scholar Ibn Al-Qayyim has preferred and it is the view that the Imaam and Mujaddid, Muhammad bin Abdil-Wahhaab rahimahullah has preferred in his book Kitaab at-Tawheed, saying Chapter: What has been reported concerning Nushrah.

So therefore, Nushrah is divided into two categories: Nushrah that is permissible and Nushrah that is forbidden. Nushrah means curing and removing the magic that has 5.

Curing him with magic the likes of it is forbidden, whereas curing it with prescribed incantations or permissible medicines is allowed. Is he considered believing in them if he goes to them, saying: This is an emergency? This is not permissible. He should not do this, based on what is held by the scholars that have verified this issue. He must not go to a sorcerer.

As for believing them, then this is something totally different. If he believes in them then he has committed disbelief. However, it is not permissible to go to them. This is an avenue that has been blocked off i. What about someone that aids the disbelievers against the Muslims out of fear for his worldly possessions?

This person commits disbelief even if he does so out of fear for his worldly possessions based on the text from the Quraan:. That is because they preferred the life of this world over the Hereafter.

This person has disbelieved because he put his worldly possession above his Religion. The Religion of Allaah takes precedence over his worldly benefits if he places his worldly benefits over his Religion, he has committed disbelief. Are the Nullifiers of Islaam limited i. The thngs that negate and nullify ones Islaam are many. The scholars from every madh-hab the Hanbalees, the Shaafiees, the Maalikees and the Hanafees all of them included chapters in their books on Fiqh titled Chapter: The Ruling on the Apostate.

This refers to a person that has disbelieved after having been Muslim. And they mentioned various categories of them i. The Hanafees were the most prolific from all the madhaahib in mentioning the things that nullify ones Islaam. In fact they said: If someone refers to a masjid and a mush-haf as being small such as by saying musayjid small masjid or musayhif little mus-haf , intending to degrade them, then he has disbelieved.

The Imaam rahimahullaah has mentioned for some of these Nullifiers of Islaam that there is a consensus for it amongst the scholars, but he didnt mention this for all of them. It is known that all of these nullifiers are unanimously agreed upon. There is no doubt about this. He only mentioned the Ijmaa unanimous consensus for some of them in order to clarify.

All of these issues are matters that are known from the Religion by necessity. What is meant by turning away in the authors statement: Turning away from Allaahs Religion, not learning it or implementing it? What turning away means is turning away from the religion in its totality so he does not learn it nor does he act on it.

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Rabee' bin Hadi al-Madkhali. The Conditions, Pillars and Requirements of the Prayer. Jump to Page. Search inside document. The First Nullifier The Second Nullifier.. The Third Nullifier. The Fourth Nullifier But yet all the while he claims that this brings him closer to Allaah, as Allaah says: Allaah says about Ibraaheem: This person commits disbelief based on Allaahs saying: Allaah said quoting Al-Khidr: And I did not do these things of my own accord.

The proof for this is Allaahs saying: This person does not commit disbelief due to Allaahs statement: Refer to this hadeeth in Saheeh Muslim Eng. Book 37, no. This is since Allaah said: If someone believes them in their claim to know the Unseen, then he is a disbeliever because he has disbelieved in the statement of Allaah: Nushrah means curing and removing the magic that has 5 Translators Note: This person commits disbelief even if he does so out of fear for his worldly possessions based on the text from the Quraan: How to Make Wudu — Ablution: Wudu step by step - by Dr.

Saleh As-Saleh Rahimahullah. Ibn Sadiq. Rizwan Jamil.Or that it is limited to only playing a part in the relationship between the servant and his Lord and that it should not interfere in the other affairs of life. Here I relate a very important benefit explaining the issue of Taaghut which is often misunderstood by enthusiastic young Muslims and it is by Shayekh Sulaimaan Ibn Samhaan rahimahullaah: I perform ruqyaa on you from everything that is harming you and from every jealous person or evil eye.

Allah Exalted be He says: Book 37, no. And the wrongdoers will not have any helpers in Hell. If someone refers to a masjid and a mush-haf as being small such as by saying musayjid small masjid or musayhif little mus-haf , intending to degrade them, then he has disbelieved. This is because, by doing that, he makes lawful that which Allah forbade, according to the consensus of scholars.

I speak to a Jinnee and seek such and such from him and he has informed me about such and such. One must have determination and firmly hold that they are upon disbelief.

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