Jinn and Black Magic – Part 1 – Introduction

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Bismillah al Rahman al Rahim al hamdu Lillahi Rabbil alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi edge marine alumna alumna million Pharaoh now one lm tena, watch and monitor alemu jetten Lana, Elena messika of hammer ye mean, we begin as always with the praise of Allah Subhana Allah to Allah by sending Peace and blessings upon the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and upon his family and his companions. And we begin by asking Allah subhanho wa Taala, to teach us what will benefit us, and to benefit us with what he teaches us and to make what we learn, stand as a evidence and a proof and a witness for hours on the Day of Judgment, and not to stand as a witness

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and evidence against us.

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I'd like to thank our I'd like to start by thanking the brothers and the sisters from Atlanta, for organizing this course, just Milan, Ohio, and the brother, Teresa. Hello, hi, Ron for his beautiful recitation of the Quran. And all of you brothers and sisters who've made the effort to come here today and give up your weekend, which I'm sure is very, very valuable time to come and to learn something which will be of benefit to you and to others.

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And I'd like to start before we even talk about the course

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by mentioning the Hadith of the left of Abdullah is the hadith of a party or a group who came from the tribe of Abdul case, to see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And they explained to the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam

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that we can only come to you in the sacred months.

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And you know, there are four sacred months in the Islamic calendar in which fighting

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is prohibited, and in which fighting was prohibited in the time prior to the coming of Islam. I mean, how are baritone hold on from the 12 months of the year there are four which are sacred.

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And they said we can only come to you in the sacred months.

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Because between you and us is the tribe of model. And there is a warring tribe they are fighting against us, we can only come to you in the sacred months. So they asked the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and they said to him, to teach us something

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that we can go and inform those who we left behind, and we can enter by it intergender

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and Alina Achmed Rahim, Allah hota, Allah indicated that this is the example of the perfect intention.

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And that this is the intention that all of us should have coming here today. To learn something that we can correct other people buy, and we ourselves can enter into paradise through it.

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They ask the best possible intention to correct yourself and others.

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And that is why when some of the people came to me, man, I met him online, they asked him about his intention, he said this, to correct yourself and others.

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So we are here today

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to do the same. We're here today to learn something

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through which we ourselves can achieve the paradise that is with Allah subhanaw taala.

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And something that we can use to correct other people.

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And there's no doubt there's a limit to the number of people who are here today.

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Even if we have 50, or we have 100, or we have 200 whatever number of people that are out today, but each and every one of you can take the information that you learn,

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act upon it in yourself, correct yourself through it, and then start to spread it and to encourage other people to act upon it. And this is how we correct our society. And this is how we correct our community. We don't do so in any other way than the way that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did it in Makkah at the very beginning, started with himself. When he would receive the knowledge he would act upon it. And he would begin with the closest people to him, and then move outwards and outwards and outwards.

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And the things that we're going to talk about today are from the most important

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have things that are Muslim can learn about and I'm not talking about the jinn or about magic. But some of the fundamentals of Islam that we're going to talk about today are so important that they are literally the difference between your paradise and your hellfire.

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And there's no doubt that for many people, when it comes to the issue of magic, people enter into things and do actions that would take them outside of Islam, and would make them from the people of Hellfire that are in the Hellfire forever, and never ever get out.

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And so this is something that we want to learn about today to correct ourselves and to correct others.

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Beginning with the closest people to us and moving outwards.

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And if every one of you is to go today and correct, five people from what you learn, that would be an absolutely huge impact on the Muslim community, because they will go on and correct five, and if they go on and correct five, before long, you have a huge number of people who have saved themselves by the grace of Allah from his punishment by simply people learning and putting it into practice, and teaching it to others, and then being patient. Because we know that the reality of the situation is when you tell people the truth, not everybody is going to accept everything that you say all the time. And it's not true that you're just going to go home and you're going to say to somebody who

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you see has a an amulet or a weed around the neck and you're going to say to them, you should take it off that they're just going to lift it off their neck and pass it to you.

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It's going to require patience.

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And if you think about the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam and his example, you see that he required an immense amount of patience, more than any normal human being could have possibly achieved. You see that in Makkah, how few people accepted the message. And then you see that he went to tie if expecting the people of Thai food, welcome him with open arms, and they threw stones at him and they until they, they they cause injury to him, sal Allahu Allahu wa sallam and they called him all of the names that they would call him. And then he was thrown out by his people and forced to emigrate to Medina. And then in Medina, all of the hardship that he endured, and the vast

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majority of his prophethood was an example of people, difficulty and people not accepting and people accepted towards the very end when Allah azza wa jal revealed Elijah Anis Rola. He will attack what I eat and nursia tahuna, feeding the lay of Raja when the help of Allah and the victory comes, and you see the people entering into Islam in crowds.

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And regarding this surah, when this solar was revealed, you think it's a sort of happiness, many of the companions took it as a very, very, very sad surah are many of them were known that when they would hear the soul or they would cry, and they would become very upset, because they recognized that this surah was the announcement of the death of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam. Because every messenger is there to deliver the message. And once the people accept Islam in crowds, that's his job done. And so they knew after this surah was revealed, it would not be long before the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam was taken from them. However, my point in all of this is that

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when you are spreading the message to other people, you're not going to find people welcome you with open arms in every instance. And it's not for you to turn your back on them, and to ignore them, and to build yourself an ivory tower that you can climb up. And you can preach from the top of doesn't work like that. You have to mix with them. You have to endure the suffering and the difficulty and you have to be patient, and that is where your reward lies.

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So this is one Hadith, the Hadith of the the party of Abdul case, who came and they informed the prophets I send them of their intention and he approved of their intention to correct themselves and to correct others. And the second Hadees that I want to mention, by way of introduction, is the hadith of her diva, while the other one

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was the secret keeper of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, he was the companion who was entrusted with the secrets of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, I was entrusted with the names of them when after clean, and so on and so forth. who they thought has a beautiful Hadith in which he said that people used to ask the Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about good.

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And I used to ask him, about evil, out of a fear of falling into it.

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That's because today we're going to talk about some things that are evil, and that are absolutely beyond. I mean, they're beyond evil. They're beyond what a person could comprehend. I mean, you can think of the most evil act that a person can do. And I would think that a lot of the things that we're going to talk about a day would exceed your worst expectations, or would go beyond the worst thing that you could imagine. And we don't mention these things. Some of the people get confused, and they say, Why do you mention these things? Why share this knowledge with people? Why not conceal this? Why tell people about what it is that magicians do? Why tell people what the meaning of the

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Tao even the amulets are, because of the heartbeat of holidays,

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that I the people used to ask the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam about everything that was good, how do we achieve paradise? And how do we better ourselves? And how do we improve? And how do we make Allah happy with us. And I used to ask him about the evil out of a fear of falling into it.

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And so knowing the evil is an important part of Islam. Not so that you can practice it and not so that you can implement it, but so that you know what to avoid. And if you didn't know what to avoid, then you wouldn't be able to avoid that evil that is waiting for so many people and that evil that so many people become involved in and become engrossed.

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So those two hobbies by way of introduction, to correct our intention, and to

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bear in mind, the reason why we're going to mention some of the things that we want to mention.

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There are going to be things that I say that perhaps not everybody is going to agree with. And that's fine. I don't have any problem with that. But I would ask that one of the house rules is if you do disagree with something, please do disagree with good etiquette. And that that that goes just as much for if it's something that I say, or something that another person from the attendees makes a point of, if you do want to disagree with something, that's absolutely fine. We're going to talk about what you should and shouldn't disagree with in a moment. But if you do, so please do so with good etiquette. And let's make this gathering a gathering that is based upon knowledge. We don't

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want it based upon jinn stories, we don't want it based upon hearsay, we want it to be based upon firm knowledge, something that you can really hold on to. And likewise, as we mentioned, please don't keep this knowledge to yourself. Don't make it something that you benefit from. And then you sit at home. And it's something you've learned and you don't act upon, put it into practice, teach other people refer other people to the videos, refer other people to the website, and so on and so forth. And in terms of just getting that over and done with right now, it's probably useful to mention that I have a website, it's not a particularly good website, but it is a website. And it is

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Mohammed tim.com MUHAWM ad dtim.com and UHAW m a D, so Mohammed with a u at the beginning and an A at the end, ti m.com. And on there, you will find a whole bunch of articles, resources. And likewise, you'll find contact details and information about Rukia and other things. So that is there for you as an additional resource as well to further add to the information that we're going to give you over the next two days that you can relate to Cortana.

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So in terms of the theoretical aspect that we're going to cover, we're going to begin in a moment with an introduction to the topic. And indeed, we're going to begin with some fundamentals of Islam. And these fundamentals of Islam are in essence, in all honesty, I can be be completely honest with you and say that the fundamentals of Islam we're going to talk about are the absolute most important thing you're going to learn in the next few days. And the success or failure of any Rukia that you do, or any case that you treat will be absolutely and solely rests upon the what you have learned in the fundamentals of Islam, the concept of relying upon Allah, trusting upon Allah turning to Allah,

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repenting to Allah. These are fundamentals that we can't, we can't underestimate. I mean, they are absolutely

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they absolutely vital to, you know, to,

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to the work that you do, and to the rockier that you do. We're going to talk about

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we're going to talk about virgin as a fit from a theoretical point of view and who the jinn are and what the jinn aren't. The idea behind that is that almost everything we're going to talk about over the next two days is going to be related to the jinn instance.

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We are another. And because it's going to be related to the gene in some way or another, we need to understand who the gene on who the gene are, in order to be able to understand the kind of effects that they might have upon a person, and how these interactions may happen, and what the kind of results might be. We're going to talk about magic and the magician and I have some videos to show you in sha Allah Allah, regarding some of the things that magicians do, and get up to, and I really want you to understand this in detail, I want you to come away from today with a very, very detailed understanding of how it is that magicians perform magic, and how you can recognize a magician from a

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hierarchy or from a healer or from a pious person, how you can actually recognize a magician.

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And then probably going into tomorrow, because I don't think we will manage to fit this in today, we're going to talk about amulets, talismans and magical symbolism. So we're going to talk about amulets, we've talked about the things that people hang around their necks and around their wrists and around their cars and, and in their homes. And we're going to talk about magical symbolism, the kind of symbols and writings that magicians use, in order to seek help from the jinn and how you can recognize them and how you can come to understand them, we will briefly touch upon the evil eye inshallah at some point, and then we want to get into the practical stuff. And in terms of the

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practical stuff, we have two sessions, and that is going to be relating to the rocky and his family, as in how should a person who wants to treat somebody who is

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afflicted by one of these things, how should that person be in themselves and in their family? How should the patient be? What kind of characteristics Do you need to find from those people in order to be able to get a successful outcome to the case that you're treating, and then to talk about Rukia as a cure for these kinds of problems, and how you would go about it. Again, the emphasis here is not to turn everybody in this room into a full time, Rocky, a full time healer, full time, you know, person who's out day in day out just dealing with people who have gym problems, I don't think that that's practical, what we want to do is to encourage you to be able to do this, or use this

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treatment for yourselves, your children, your families, your friends, and then there will be individuals amongst you who inshallah we'll take it further. And we'll start to sort of help people that are outside of their, you know, social group or outside of the people that they mix with on a regular basis. So that's kind of what we're going to cover over the next few lessons, the notes I'm going to give you are going to be the same notes that I used for the full

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course that the longest version of the course. So there'll be a lot of additional information in there that I will skip over, if I think it's not strictly necessary to mention, and you can read about it in the notes, inshallah.

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So we have a few introductory principles to mention, in the next sort of 20 minutes or so. And then we'll spend a half an hour talking about the fundamentals of Islam, inshallah Tada. So one of the things that I want to begin by talking about is some important principles that relate to the unseen, because a lot of what we're going to talk about today is going to be about the unseen or relating to the unseen,

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the world of the unseen. And you know, that Allah subhanaw taala, mentions belief in the unseen, as being a fundamental part of the character of a Muslim.

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And that is at the very beginning of sorts of Baqarah, just after the end of a fact you have, Allah describes a lovely home, the successful and Allah begins that description of them by saying, a Levine I mean,

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those people who believe in the unseen, those people who believe in the unseen, so your belief in the unseen is a fundamental part of who you are as a Muslim. And the reason I begin by mentioning this is for two reasons, but one of them I want to highlight here, and that is that as science develops,

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there is a vein or there is a group of people who are nominally attribute themselves and sort of affirm Islam for themselves. They consider themselves to be Muslim. However, they're shaped by and has hold of them in a certain way. And that is that as they increase in their knowledge of science and their knowledge of the world, they begin to disbelieve in the unseen that is mentioned in the Quran, and not just the jinn I'm talking about for many, many aspects. And this takes away from a Muslim and can take away from them to a point of leading them out of Islam.

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So we want to make it clear that whatever knowledge Allah has given us is a blessing. And there's nothing wrong with science. But we don't want to be from those people who Allah said about them. Yeah, Allah moon over here on mineral hierarchy dunia, we're here to talk about what Allah said and soar to Rome. They know, a huge amount of the apparent nature of this world knew they know a lot about science, they know a lot about them about the apparent nature of this world. But when it comes to the Hereafter, they are ignorant and unaware of the hereafter. We don't want to be like those people. So yes, we have learned a great deal. And Allah has blessed us with a great deal of

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knowledge that we didn't have before. But this knowledge does not contradict the Quran. And if it is contradicting the core, and then science is wrong, and the Quran is right. And that should be a basic principle that we have. And that is something that in all honesty, it shouldn't surprise you. Because Science changes on a frequent basis. You see that 200 years ago, the ideas that scientists had that were groundbreaking, you know, that had never been known before have since been proven to be wrong. I have changed and the theory changes science is based upon theory, and it's based upon observation, and it's based upon things that are not relating to things that our last panel to Allah

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told us about in the Quran. As for the knowledge of Allah in the Quran, it is absolutely perfect. Yes, it may be that we misunderstand something from there. But in the majority of cases, if you find a

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clash between what Allah subhanaw taala tells you particularly in the matters of the unseen, particularly in the matters of the unseen, then then you should be taking what you find in Nepal as being the Absolute Truth. And whatever else you have, either it's been misunderstood, or it's talking about something different, or there's some kind of misunderstanding, there are some signs of kind of error there. But the Quran, in the knowledge of the unseen that the con and the son of the prophet SAW Selim gives us, this is something that we must take, we must base our belief upon.

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Our only source of knowledge regarding the unseen is the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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Allah is the one who alone knows when the hour will come. And he's the one who sends down the rain and knows what is in the wombs. And Allah, say, tells us that your soul knows what it will earn tomorrow, and your soul knows in which land it will die. Indeed, Allah is all knowing and all acquainted. So Allah is the one who has knowledge of the unseen. And so if we want to know about the world of the jinn, we want to know about the world of the angels, we want to know about Allah and how Allah is. And we want to know about the Day of Judgment, or we want to know about the punishment of the grave, or we want to know about the Hellfire and paradise, all of these things. The only

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source we have is the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And we should be very careful to avoid taking this knowledge from so called holy people, from dreams from inspiration, because then we become no different to the Christians, and the other people who based their religion upon matters that are, you know, if you ask them about the Bible, they say this was inspired to us. You know, it's a book which is full of errors, full of contradictions, full of mistakes. And yet when they read it, they say this was inspired to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and john. This is not what we based our religion upon inspiration, or dreams or feelings, or this is just what I feel is right. If we want to talk about something that is from the matters of the unseen, we need

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to talk about it from the basis of the book of Allah and the Sunnah of the messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, and we must be very careful to stick with or to stick to the limits of that which alone is messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam have told us

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However, there is no doubt that when it comes to matters of Rukia experience is going to play a part. When we're talking about the gin, if you've been dealing with cases of people that have gin problems, for the last 20 years, or 15 years, or five years or two years, you're going to have some experience, you're going to have some knowledge that relates to your experience. And it relates to a theory you have or it relates to something practical that you found out. And there's nothing wrong with that. However, what we want to do is to distinguish between those things that are proven, and those things that are theory, and many people who fall into errors in Rukia and arrows with a gin

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and arrows in regards to their belief, with or their belief in the agenda.

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Belief in magic. Generally, it comes from this. They've taken a theory that somebody has one of the scholars of Islam or one of the writers who has written on the topic, and they've taken this theory to be the same as the Quran and the Sunnah.

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And that's not true. Whatever I suggest to you today, from my personal experience, from a theory that I have, from my practical knowledge, I'm going to try to make it clear to you that this is something that I'm telling you from experience from, it's a theory I have, it's an idea that I have and that is something that you are open and free to disagree with.

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And to challenge and to come to a different conclusion regarding as for the matter of the Quran, and the Sunnah Allah subhanaw taala said mechanically what meaning while a minute in either cada la hora suhu m ra a cornella mohila. To me, Emily,

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Allah subhanaw taala said it's not for a believing man or believing woman, if a lion is messenger have decided a matter that they should have any choice about the matter.

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When Allah and His Messenger speak, you don't have a choice, you don't have the right to say I disagree. I agree with this. I think if you hear something from the Quran, or from the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wasallam you only have the option to say Sameer and now what Alpina we hear and we obey As for what I suggest to you, from my personal experience, or one of you says, I my thoughts are this, my experiences this I found this to be beneficial, then this is something you can take you can benefit from, but please do not make it equal to the Koran and to the Sunnah of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam.

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And in this regard, we will mention that you guys will all have your own experiences, many of you will be coming here today, having had or currently going through an experience relating to the gym, or relating to magic relating to rock yet, and so on and so forth. And therefore that we want to hear those experiences from you, we want to benefit from you. And we want to learn from your experiences and how you dealt with the material, how you're dealing with it now, so that we can all benefit from that inshallah, bearing in mind that we're going to differentiate between what is proven in the Quran and the Sunnah. And what is a matter of experience and theory.

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The last point that I want to make in the introduction

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relates to a particular problem that I think is very prevalent when it comes to these, this particular topic in Islam. And that is that a lot of people belittle the topic, they make it something very insignificant, they say, you know, this should just be left to the reciters of the code. And this isn't the job of a, you know, somebody who's a serious student, somebody who's learning Islam, leave this to you know, the leave this to the Imam in the masjid, don't you know, don't burden the people, this is something that is very insignificant dollar waste your time reading on people, most of them are mentally ill, most of them don't have any real problem. Don't bother to

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read on them, don't bother to recite command for them, let them just go to their local cottage in the masjid and he could read for them. And then you won't have to busy yourself with this. And I hear this a lot.

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And therefore, we compiled a list of virtues of being involved in this particular science in this particular field, in order to explain to people that it is an extremely, extremely virtuous field to be involved in and an extremely important one.

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Firstly, the person and we're going to use this as a theme throughout our talk. The person who is involved in helping people to overcome the problems of black magic and Virgin and so on and so forth, is a person whose primary job is to call people away from the worship of other than Allah to the worship of Allah. And this was the job of every single prophet and messenger. So by doing this job, you are doing the job of the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, because your first role and your first job you're the most important thing you do, is to take people out of worshipping other than Allah, and out of trusting in other than Allah and out of relying upon other than Allah and out

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of going to magicians and outs of having amulets made and out of seeking help from the shape Han calling them away from all of those things and calling them to trust in Allah alone, to rely on Allah alone to make dua to Allah.

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Learn to seek help from Allah alone. And this is the most fundamental job that the Prophet sallallahu wasallam did. And Allah says well Akbar Neff equally mature Rasulullah Abdullah, which we'll talk about, we sent to every nation, a messenger saying, worship Allah, and avoid everything that is worshipped besides Him.

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Many, many people who will come to you or will seek your advice, after you've been to this course, and will say I have a problem. My family has a problem, my daughter has a problem, my son has a problem, my mother has a problem, my wife has a problem. Many of these people will have gone through a phase where they have sold their religion in order to try to seek a fix from other than a licensure by going to a magician, by having an amulet made by seeking help from the jinn, by putting things and even some of them will have made sacrifices to other than Allah, some of them will have committed acts of worship, and done those acts of worship to the shape on knowingly or unknowingly.

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Many, many people will come to you in this situation. In fact, we probably find that most of the people who come not all but most of the people who come to us will have gone through a phase where they will have sought a cure from something which would take them outside of Islam, if they knew the reality of it.

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And Subhana Allah, as the person who is giving people advice in this regard, your job is to take people away from worshipping other than Allah and to attach the heart to Allah law, not to touch attach their heart to you that I am a Marathi, I'm a reciter, I can help you, but to attach their heart to Allah, and to take them away from worshipping the slaves of Allah to worshiping the creator of those slaves who is a las panatela. And this is what some of the companions said in their Tao. They said that we've come to call you, missionary bird, a tiller, a bird, ILA, a bird that your ability that we've come to call you from worshiping the created servants of Allah, to worshiping the

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Lord of those servants,

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the Lord of that creation, and that is your job.

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And from this, we can see the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, to be taught about your loved one, go in peace until you arrive in their midst. And it was a commander in the battle. He said, until you arrive in them, it's then call them to Islam and inform them of their duties to Allah in Islam, by Allah, if Allah was to guide a single person through you, it would be better for you then the red camels.

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And the red camels were the best of wealth that was known to the Arabs at that time.

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The best form of wealth that you could have the most, the highest and the and the most, the most prestigious wealth that you could have. It's better for you that Allah guides one person through you. So how about if you become a source for guiding many hundreds and 1000s of people be inshallah to Allah by beginning with yourself and your family, and your friends, and then because they tell other people and they tell other people, you end up being a source for correcting many, many, many people. It's better than everything you could amass in this world. And so it is a hugely virtuous thing to engage yourself in calling people away from magic and the magicians and calling people away

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from seeking help from the jinn and calling them to worship Allah subhanaw taala alone and to make their religion for a law so watch.

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The second virtue is that the person engaged in Rukia is the one who is engaged in reciting the Quran and the remembrance of Allah.

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However much you recite the Quran and this is something almost all of my Rokia patients say, they say we never used to recite the Quran, like we recite the Quran now. Some of them are reciting Surah Baqarah, twice a day. Some of them are trying to recite Surah Baqarah, three times a day. Some of them are reciting, you're talking about five 710 Jews of the day

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because of their treatment, and because they are treating other people. And they're engaged in remembering Allah in the morning and remembering Allah in the evening. And they remember Allah when the shade time touches them and afflicts that. So they've gone from being a person whose heart is dead, who's not remembering Allah who doesn't read the Quran, who doesn't act upon the Quran, who doesn't think about Allah to a person who is reading the Quran all the time, who is reading the Quran more than anything else that they're doing? And a person who's engaged in the remembrance of Allah in the day and the night and that is a huge, huge virtue. Allah subhanaw taala mentions at

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that hearing Allah Castilian was accurate. Those people

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Those men and women who remember Allah frequently. For them, Allah has prepared forgiveness and a great reward. And the prophet SAW Selim said, shall I not inform you of the best of deeds and the purest of them with your Lord, the deed which is better for you than spending golden silver, and is better for you than meeting your enemy, striking their necks and then striking yours. They said yes, or messenger of Allah. He said, the remembrance of Allah.

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And the virtue of the Quran that whoever reads a letter of the Quran, gets 10 rewards with it. Alif Lam. Meem is not a letter. But Alif is a letter and lamb is a letter and meme is a letter. Imagine how much reward that person is getting. And I'm just talking about the patients who are treating themselves. Now imagine that you go and help other people, you help your family members, you go and visit your relatives who have certain problems and you go and help them as well. you're engaged your day and your night in the best of deeds that is better than sadaqa and better than fighting in the way of Allah, that you're remembering Allah in the day and in the night.

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For rock Rocky is the one who spends his time helping his brothers and sisters who are in need. And the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, Whoever relieves from a believer some grief in this world, Allah will relief for him some grief in the hereafter. And then the prophet SAW Selim said, Allah will help his servant, as long as his servant helps his brother.

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So if you want the help of Allah, and you want to be relieved from the trials of the Day of Judgment, that help other people, and this is from the greatest of means that you can use to help other people, that you go, and you tell them about the Quran, and it doesn't have to be that you even read on them, you may just go and give them some advice. Someone comes and says, you know, my daughter's really sick, the doctor can't find anything wrong. And you just you just hear them, you simply say to them, have you tried reciting, and follow us over in the morning in the evening. SubhanAllah, one small piece of information you gave them. And it may be that this is a means for a

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lot to relieve from you a punishment or a trial on the Day of Judgment. And then all the time in our life. We're desperate for the help of Allah. We desperately want the help of Allah. And Allah says Allah will help his servant, as long as the servant or to the extent of the servant helps his brother. So as much as you're engaged in helping other people, Allah will help you. If you want the help of a law, go and help other people.

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The person engaged in this field is a Mujahid who is fighting in the way of Allah will say me or him Mahalo to Allah set for karate is a Mujahid for the sake of Allah and this is from the greatest forms of jihad. So he should be careful, less the enemy, overcome him by his sins. He also said, it's not right that someone is scared of learning the knowledge of Rukia and practicing it. You bear in mind it's not right, that a person is scared of learning this knowledge and practicing it, because it is an act of worship and Jihad for the sake of Allah, the Exalted, the servants of Allah who stick to his limits are within the safekeeping of Allah, his protection, his care and his

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preservation. And then he said, the prophets and the pious people who followed them, fought against the enemies of Allah from the jinn and the men and repelled them with whatever permissible means they were able, and they would remove the gin from the bodies of people. As Isa and our messenger of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did, the purpose of jihad is to make the word of Allah the highest, and the word of who those who disbelieve the lowest, the Rocky is the one who puts himself in danger, fighting against the shape on to achieve this game.

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So you now are engaged in a battle against the shaper, to repel the shape on to make the shape pawns word, the lowest and to make the word of Allah the highest. And when you see what the magician does, the magician does the exact opposite. The Magician lives to make the word of the shaytaan the highest and to the base and to disgrace and lower the word of Allah. And that's why they stamp on the Quran and they put the Quran in the toilet and they do all of the things that we're going to learn about in the magic course. They do it to lower the word of Allah and raise the word of the shape on. The person engaged in this field is a person who strives to make the word of Allah the

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highest and to lower the word of the shape and the shape on is the greatest of the disbelievers.

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And the rock is amongst the most deserving of people to being or to be from those people who the prophets I seldom said and from my own are 70,000 who will enter Paradise without any reckoning or punishment

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Iceland described them with a description that suggests that they are those people who have perfected their trust in Allah and their worship of Allah alone. The prophets lie Selim said, they are those who do not seek Rukia. And they do not heed omens, and they do not get cauterized, and upon their Lord they trust. And this hadith doesn't mean it's forbidden to seek Rukia. And we're going to talk about that later. But it means that the better level of a believer the higher level of the believer is the one who trusts in Allah alone. And who takes responsibility for these things himself, trusting on a lie. So a gel doesn't believe in omens doesn't have anything that lowers his

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reliance in Allah. And the most deserving of being from those people are those people who learn about this field. Because when you learn about it, you realize that the shape part is incredibly insignificant, and you don't need to seek, you know, to go out and to go from person to person saying, help me, help me help me. In reality, you realize that by relying upon Allah, by doing the things that align His Messenger sallallahu alayhi wa sallam commanded, then this is enough for you. And by doing this, you are from the most deserving of people to be of being from those 70,000 who will enter Paradise without any punishment and without any reckoning or any account.

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So these are just some of the points that serve as an introduction to the topic.