First, let us start with some basic definitions
Jinn: There are 2 types of Jinn. First kind is a believer in God, they will rarely do any harm. Second type is (Sheitan/Devil) that inhibits the earth but unseen by humans, capable of assuming various forms like dogs, snakes or even humans in very brief appearances. It is capable of whispering in your ears and make you believe that these are your own thoughts and revelations.
Sheitan: Satan, “the Devil”. Repel Jinn that have dedicated their lives to tempting and harming mankind. Sheitan was mentioned in Quran 80 times while Iblis, the father of all Sheitan, was mentioned in the Quran 11 times.
Sihr: (black magic) is made by a person who is an infidel to dedicate a (Jinn/devil) to possess the body, soul and mind to make one feel sick, hate someone or even themselves, become suicidal etc.)
Hassad: to be consumed with jealousy and hatred, wishing a person to be deprived from the bliss of Allah such as money, health, success. Hassad could apply on things the jealous person can’t see and things that did not happen yet. Iyen is a type of Hassad.
Iyn/ Iyen/ Eyen: (admiring eye or evil eye) It could mean looking at something you admire, without necessarily having ill-intention, to the point that you unintentionally Jinx this bliss. It also could be an evil eye because Iyn is a form of Hassad.
Mass: Literally means “Touch”. To be touched by Sheitan means to be targeted by Sheitan in order to cause you harm.
Ruqya (Ruqia): Verses of Quran and prayers taught by prophet Muhammed, recited on a person impacted by Sihr or Iyn with the purpose of fortifying them against this type of evil. It helps expel bad spirits, negative energy and combat the devil.
Raqi: a person specialized in performing Ruqya.
Athkar: Plural of Thikr. They are a combination of Quranic verses, Prayers and Praises to Allah that has been reported to be stated by prophet Muhammad. Prophet Muhammad guaranteed that whoever recites the Moring Athkar, Evening Athkar and Bedtime Athkar will be fortified and fully protected by Allah, the Ultimate Creator, against all type of evil whether from within or from outside. There are a larger number of free Athkar Applications online in the App Store. They are available in Arabic, English and almost in any language.
Wudua: Washing hands, your face, arms (a little past your elbow), wiping your hair with water, and feet in preparation for standing in front of Allah to do your prayers.
Yanfuth: From (Nafth) to blow air in the hand or on an object like honey from the mouth, some scholars said, accompanied by slight droplets of saliva.
Yatful: Release his breath in a spit like way accompanied by minor droplets of saliva, similar to Yanfuth but with more droplets of Saliva. It is less like blowing air, it is more like spitting the air out of the mouth.
Salah: The act of praying to Allah by facing the direction of Mecca in order to worship god.
Surah/ Surat: a chapter of Quran.
Ayah/ Aya: One single verse in Quran. It is plural is Ayat.
Moaothat: Refers to 3 chapters in Quran (Surat Al-Falaq, Surat Al-Nass, Surat Al-Ikhlas)
Moaothatan: Refers to 2 chapters in Quran (Surat Al-Falaq, Surat Al-Nass)
Hadith: An statement of Prophet Muhammed
Ahadith: Plural form of Hadith
Mehrim: (Father, Grand father, Father in law, Adult son, Adult grandson, Nephew, Brother and Uncle) (Coursins, like a brother or like an uncle are not acceptable)