What is the sentence of beseeching a Jinni and attempting to call his presence? Reviewed by AbuNawaf on . What is the sentence of beseeching a Jinni and attempting to call his presence? This woman and any other similar people should not be visited, dealt with, or re What is the sentence of beseeching a Jinni and attempting to call his presence? This woman and any other similar people should not be visited, dealt with, or re Rating:

What is the sentence of beseeching a Jinni and attempting to call his presence?

What is the sentence of beseeching a Jinni and attempting to call his presence?

This woman and any other similar people should not be visited, dealt with, or requested treatment. Such a person is called soother [or presit or fortune-teller]. She must not be visited or asked for Roqya [or anything else of that type]. She should be deported from the land [the locality or country] she lives in. she should be disciplined and presented for justice for imprisonment. She should be not allowed to practice any type of work like that. Beseeching Jinns’ presence, assistance or active help in terms of treatement is one of the worst evils and acts ofcorruption. Such actions may lead to disbelief in Allah, the Almighty and assocating others in the worship of Allah aline. Persons like that may slaughter animals for Jinns, which is a major acts of disbelief in Allah and associating others with Allah’s worship. Allah’s Messenger PBUH is reported to have said, ‘A person who goes to a fortune-teller or a preist and asks him [about something concerning his life] believing in him, would be a disbeliever in what has been sent down unto Prophet Mohammed PBUH.’ Such persists and/or sooth-sayers should not be visited, asked [or even associated with]. Such act may lead to a state of apostacy, corruption on earth and disbelief [Allah knows best]. Some of these evil doers may ask the treated person who seeks their help to slaghter an animal for a specific Jinni. Such individuals may pretend to maintain their daily prayers and other good religious practices, but deep in their hearts they are evil. We must be aware of such people and their false practices. They should be reported to the authorities to be disciplined and forbidden from such practices.

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