Islamic Ruqyah For Warding Off the Devils and the Magic of the Magicians From the Qur'an|
Sunday, July 03 2011 - by Admin
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The Qur'an is the uncreated speech of Allaah, the Exalted and it is from the most powerful of matters, alongside Tawhid, firm Eemaan (faith), and Taqwaa (piety, righteousness) that constitute a fortress and protection against the devils and the magic of the magicians. The following two files contain a collection of verses that are useful for Ruqyah (Islamic incantations against magic).
Anyone who is affected by magic should strive to take control of their own affair and to recognize that magic only occurs by the permission of Allaah, that it is a trial and a test, and that it is breakable through the Tawhid of Allaah, through firm knowledge, faith and through the Qur'an and the supplications mentioned in the Sunnah. Unfortunately, most people do not realize that their excessive reliance upon others to help them in their predicament, and their seeking of a quick fix solution is a manifestation of weakness that allows the magic to persist or to recur again. The susceptibility to magic is often a result of years of negligence, being far from the deen, from Allaah, and not being firm upon Tawhid, so a person has to make broad and wide-ranging set of changes in order to combat this evil.