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Do Souls of the Dead Return Back to this World? part III

Written by Dr zakir naik

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(a) The occasional possession of man byrepparttar Jinn may be due to sensual desires onrepparttar 116314 part ofrepparttar 116315 Jinn, passions or even love, just as it may be among humans.

(b) Majority ofrepparttar 116316 possessions arerepparttar 116317 result of hatred and revenge ofrepparttar 116318 Jinn, because of some wrong done to him. For example, when humans accidentally harm or hurtrepparttar 116319 Jinn by urinating on them, by pouring hot water on them, or by killing some of them,repparttar 116320 Jinn think that they have been harmed intentionally. Though humans may not realize what they have done,repparttar 116321 Jinn are by nature ignorant, very harsh and unstable in their behavior, so they may revengefully punish humans much more than they actually deserve.

(c) Possession sometimes also occurs as a result of plain evil onrepparttar 116322 part ofrepparttar 116323 Jinn, just as evil and mischief occurs among humans for similar reasons. [See Majmoo al-Fatawa vol: 19, p. 39] "Jinn mostly gain control over those who have little religious inclination and those whose hearts and tongues faith has deserted. Those whose souls are desolate ofrepparttar 116324 remembrance of Allah and ofrepparttar 116325 formulas of strengthening faith." EXORCISM to Free a human from Jinn-Possession To exorcizerepparttar 116326 Jinn is obligatory according torepparttar 116327 principles of repelling oppression, aidingrepparttar 116328 oppressed, enjoining righteousness and forbidding evil, just as it is with human. [Shaikh Abdul Aziz Ibn Abdillah al-Baaz, al-Mujtama' Magazine, no. 830, 18/8/87, p. 39-41] A question was posed to Ibn Taymiyah (rahimahullah) regardingrepparttar 116329 subject, he expressedrepparttar 116330 same view and added: "… In (exorcism) there is also alleviation of grief and suffering ofrepparttar 116331 oppressed. Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam) is reported by Abu Hurayrah in Saheeh Muslim (vol: 4, no: 6250) to have said: "Whoever relieves a believer of one ofrepparttar 116332 tragedies of life, Allah will relieve him of one ofrepparttar 116333 calamities ofrepparttar 116334 Day of Resurrection…" Jaabir (radhiallahu anhu) also reported in Saheeh Muslim (vol: 3, no: 5456) that when Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam) was asked about incantation, he replied: "Whoever among you is able to help his brother, he should do so." However, help should be justly rendered according torepparttar 116335 methods prescribed by Allah and His Messenger (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam). For example, Islamically based prayers, words and phrases should only be used inrepparttar 116336 way they were used byrepparttar 116337 Prophet (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam) and his Companions. When commandingrepparttar 116338 Jinn to righteousness and prohibiting it from evil, it should be done inrepparttar 116339 same way that man is ordered and forbidden. Whatever is allowable inrepparttar 116340 case of humans is also allowable inrepparttar 116341 case of Jinn." [As-Shiblee's Ahkaam al-Jaann, chapter. 53, p.147-8] Pre-requisites ofrepparttar 116342 Exorcist: Treatment of fits due to Jinn possession requires two essential factors fromrepparttar 116343 possessed andrepparttar 116344 healer. (a) Turning truthfully to Allah alone and having full conviction thatrepparttar 116345 remembrance of Allah and Qur'aanic recitation will effectrepparttar 116346 person andrepparttar 116347 Jinn. The strongerrepparttar 116348 faith,repparttar 116349 stronger will berepparttar 116350 effect. (b) Using correct means to driverepparttar 116351 Jinn away, as taught by Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam). For, surely this type of treatment is, in fact, war againstrepparttar 116352 Shaytaan andrepparttar 116353 warrior will not be able to defeat his enemy unless he fulfills two conditions; that his weapon is sound and sharp, and that his arm is strong. Whenever either of these two conditions is not met, a long sword will be of no value! [See Zaad al-Maa'ad p. 67-69] "Such a person (who exorcizesrepparttar 116354 Jinn) is a soldier of Allah, and since exorcism is amongrepparttar 116355 greatest forms of Jihad, he should beware not to help his enemy overcome him by his own sins. Ifrepparttar 116356 circumstance is beyond his capacity, he should remember that Allah does not burden a soul beyond its capacity. He should not expose himself to tribulation by taking on what he is unable to handle." [Ibn Taymiyyah, Majmoo al-Fatawa] Methodology: The following are some ways of exorcism, which have been deduced fromrepparttar 116357 practice of Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam) andrepparttar 116358 Sahabah (radhiallahu anhum), any of them may be used to driverepparttar 116359 Shaytaan away: (a) Ifrepparttar 116360 possession is due to magic, thenrepparttar 116361 most effective way is to find and undorepparttar 116362 charm used in bewitchment. (b) Addressrepparttar 116363 Jinn and inform him that their acts are either abominable or tyrannical. (c) Cursingrepparttar 116364 Jinn (d) Reciting certain Qur'aanic verses or prayers taught by Allah's Messenger (sallallahu alaihe wa-sallam), like Ayat al-Kursee (Soorah al-Baqarah (2): 255), Basmalah (verbal saying of: 'Bismillah ar-Rahmaan ar-Raheem'), Ta'awwuth (saying "I seek refuge in Allah fromrepparttar 116365 accursed Shaytaan), making Adhaan or Iqaamah, etc. (e) Beating: Ifrepparttar 116366 above-mentioned steps fail to bringrepparttar 116367 desired results, thenrepparttar 116368 exorcist may strikerepparttar 116369 possessed individual in order to inflict pain onrepparttar 116370 possessing spirit. These blows fall uponrepparttar 116371 Jinn andrepparttar 116372 possessed human does not feel them

dr zakir naik is a great scholar and have a great research on islaam and by profession he is a doctor

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