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The Qur'ān is the actual word of Allāh (SWT), which has been revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) not only as guidance for all mankind but Allāh has also made it a spiritual cure and healing for all types of ailments; such as to expel demons, black magic and evil eye. We must understand that the Qur’ān benefits us in every aspect; socially, economically, spiritually and physically. Understanding of the cure (Shifā) in general is a cure in itself, and those who understand this achieve the blessing. Allāh (SWT) has clearly told us in the Qur’ān that the words of The Creator is a healing for all those who believe, therefore, when used with full conviction and seeking the Help of Allāh (SWT), is when this form of treatment can bring great miraculous cures to all forms of illnesses.
Allāh (SWT) says: “And We send down of the Qur’ān that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe”. (Sūrāt al-Isrā, 17:82]

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What is Sihr?

Sihr is denoted from the meaning either hidden or secret, and because the practitioners of sihr deal in secrecy in order so that they can to draw closer to shaytān. The term magic is utilised between both the sāhir and shayāteen, to seek help from each other by means of creating problems within society, which is the essence of sihr. Sihr permits something to appear i.e. illusions, deception to confuse people and to deceive their eyes, by means of making the false appear to be the truth. The evidence is that Allāh (SWT) says (interpretation of the meaning) “They said: ‘O MŪSĀ! Either you throw first or we be the first to throw?” [Qur'ān, 20: 65]. Mūsā said: “Nay, throw you (first)!’ Then behold! their ropes and their sticks, by their magic, appeared to him as though they moved fast.” [Qur'ān, 20:66). And Allāh (SWT) knows best.

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What is mass?

The Arabic word Jinn means “hidden from sight”, taken from the Arabic root word jann i.e. to hide or hidden. The jinn are a creation of Allāh (SWT), made from smokeless fire, have free will just like human beings, and can choose from right and wrong. According to the consensus of the Imāms of Ahl us-Sunnah wal-Jamā'ah, it is evident that a Jinn may possess a human, as Allāh (SWT) says (interpretation of the meaning): “Those who eat ribā [usury] will not stand (on the Day of Resurrection) except like the standing of a person beaten by shaytān leading him to insanity.” (Qur’ān, 2:275). Jinn possession is often referred to a type of sickness, hence in Arabic, the word mass (possession) is used to refer to junoon (insanity). A jinn may possess a human based on several reasons, with the vast majority through sihr and al-'Ayn. However, it is necessary for the afflicted person to seek closeness to Allāh (SWT) by means which is prescribed in the Sharī'ah and abstain from that which is not from the Deen. And Allāh (SWT) knows best.

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What is ayn?

Al-'Ayn is an Arabic word (translated as the evil eye). It is often referred to when an individual harms another with his/her eye. An example is when an individual may like a thing in which his/her feelings of hatred or jealousy affect an individual by their repeated looking at the object. The evidence is as Allāh (SWT) commands His Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to seek refuge with Him from the envier (interpretation of the meaning): “And from the evil of the envier when he envies” [Qur'ān, 113:5]. However, it is necessary to understand any individual who imparts the evil eye on others is considered to be “envious”, whereas not every envier can place the evil eye on another. And Allāh (SWT) knows best.

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What is a mental disorder ?

Mental illness is a medical condition that disrupts an individual’s thinking, mood and personal well-being. Mental health issues can be derived from worries and anxiety that one may experience as part of everyday life. Majority of patients can either overcome it or learn to live with such problems, therefore it is necessary to get diagnosed early. Serious mental health issues can include schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and panic disorder, which are divided into groups called either ‘neurotic’ or ‘psychotic’ symptoms. Neurotic symptoms covers emotional experiences such as anxiety or depression. Whereas ‘psychotic’ often refers to symptoms that interfere with a person’s own perception of reality which may include episodes of hallucinations and hearing things. It should be noted that there is a strong relevance between mental health problems and Jinn possession which can be discussed in further answers if needed. Nevertheless, appropriate diagnosis should be provided by an appropriate professional. And Allāh (SWT) knows best.

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Ways to deal with your affliction

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EMPOWERING YOU - We understand that with the correct knowledge and tools, you will be able to follow an effective treatment plan suitably designed to tackle your symptoms by the permission of Allah. ALRUQYA'S OFFICIAL "RUQYA HEALING GUIDE APP" brings to your fingertips just that. This user-friendly App aims to equip you with the best possible features and guidance needed to serve as an easy to follow, personal Ruqya Guide, all in accordance to the Qur'an and Sunnah. We understand that many struggle to follow a Ruqya plan, therefore as a result we have created this App to help motivate people to complete their Self Ruqya on a daily basis in an effective way. To learn more about the main features of the App, please go to the ‘Articles’ Section at the top of the page. THE APP IS AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY & THE iTUNES APP STORE.

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الحمد لله وحده والصلاة والسلام على من لا نبي بعده Many people talk about jinn possession as if they know about the reality of jinn possession. They talk as if they have gone through an affliction of this nature themselves or people close to them have gone through the issue when instead they have only read books or watched videos on the internet. The problem with this, is that they make comments which are offensive to people who are suffering with such afflictions. It is from the Justice and mercy of Islam that we be compassionate to our brothers and sisters who are ill or suffering and not to look down on them but rather help them according to our abilities. Therefore, when someone publicly stands in front of others and belittles such people, this is only a proof of his lack of knowledge. Likewise, those who try to take advantage of these Muslims, likewise have lack of knowledge. Abu Huraira (RAA) reported that the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: “Whoever relieves …

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This audio is for people suffering from paralyzed legs or walking issues which have been caused by Black Magic, Evil Eye or Jinn possession. Audio recorded by Shaykh Khalid Al-Hibshi (HA)

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What our clients say

Asalaamu alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatu I have been a patient at Al Roqya Center now for several months Alhamdulillah. When I first came, I had no idea what to expect but knew that I had a problem that I needed assistance in getting to the bottom of it. Alhamdulillah, in these short months by the Grace of Allah Azza Wajal, I have seen a lot of progress in my case. The Al Roqya team are readily available and offer advice and support throughout the treatment …

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" السلام وعليكم ورحمةالله وبركاته All praise to Allah. جزاک الله خیرا for all your help and support. Your effective, beneficial and constructive admonitions helped me taking control of myself and helped me to deal with my situation More effectively since I started my Ruqya with you. I am really thankful to Allah that He guided me to come to you for Ruqya. I was never been given an answer to my questions by previous Raqi's. I was neither …

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BISMILLAH AR RAHMAN AR RAHIM I have been attending sessions at Al Roqya for over 9 months now. It hasn't been an easy journey but through the difficult stages of diagnosis and the ups and downs of fighting an unseen battle, it has been a huge learning curb for me. It has helped me grow emotionally and I have gained so much knowledge through the workshops Abu Nadeer offers after sessions and for charity organisations. Patients who attend Al Roqya Academy are not treated as "patients",…

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Bismillaahir Rahmaneer Raheem Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu Alhamdulillaah I have been receiving ruqya treatment by brother Abu Nadeer for over a year now. My situation prior to ruqya was quite bad, as my health started to deteriorate. I had one illness after another with no medical explanation. There were days I was bed ridden with pain and swelling etc. The doctors could not figure out what was wrong with me. It was then that I was advised to seek ru…

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Yes. Ruqya is allowed and has been prescribed by the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ as long as it doesn't contain any form of Shirk at all.

The recitation of the Qur'an can never harm you as it is a "Healing and Mercy for the believers" as stated in Surat Al-Isra: Ayah 82

All afflictions come from Allah (SWT) and only he possesses the Knowledge of when it will be lifted. As Muslims, we must understand that afflictions are reasons for us to return back to Allah (SWT) and call upon him only.

Yes and many other things can be affected also. Please read the articles section for greater detail on the issue.

You may or may not be affected. There are certain signs and symptoms which give an indication as to whether you are afflicted. Please refer to the 'Self-Diagnosis' section on our website to assess your situation.

Generally you would not need to come back but it can depend on your circumstances. The Raqi should provide you with a programme to follow after your Ruqya session, but if things get complicated then you can return to the same Raqi or another to help you with your condition.


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