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Some wonder why the manipulation of Jinn and Shaitan has become increasingly widespread recently. Several factors contribute to this, including the prevalence of listening to music and songs, watching pornography, social media, immodestly dressed females, the revival of magic spell techniques, the emerging culture of consumption and competition and a general worldwide decline in practicing religion. It is not necessary to be involved in the aforementioned activities; merely existing in a society where such behaviors are prevalent can increase one’s vulnerability when unfortified.

Muslim scholars recognize three different types of diseases. Diseases of the body (like diabetes and hypertension), Diseases of the soul (like hypocrisy and cruelty), and diseases of the spirit (like evil eye and evil magic). This section covers spiritual disorders. For instance, Some people feel weird irritation, negative thoughts, or pulse-like, intruding movement in their bodies. These patients have already seen numerous psychiatric and medical doctors, undergoing every possible MRI and scan. Despite normal blood test results, they feel something deeply wrong inside.

People often suspect conditions like fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, anemia, low testosterone, autoimmune disorders, sleep apnea, or hypothyroidism. They conduct an array of blood tests, including checks for vitamin B12, vitamin D, A1C, thyroxine, cortisol, blood count, metabolic panel, hemoglobin, and more. When medical doctors can’t identify the problem, they often refer the patient to a psychiatrist, who may then diagnose depression, anxiety, or mental exhaustion. This cycle of medical exams can leave patients feeling even more frustrated when their tests come back normal.

Under pressure to manage frustration, anger, and pain, CPD has been permitted, which only exacerbates the problem by masking patients’ underlying misery. Islam, or at the very least an Islamic lifestyle, offers a true solution.

Patients suffering from spiritual disorders are crowding rheumatology, pain and psychiatry clinics, receiving heavy doses of medication with severe side effects, and seeing no hope of a cure on the horizon. They occasionally see themselves being harmed in their dreams. They do not feel the same as they used to, but they are also not hallucinating. They are in constant quest for peace.. peace that they can’t find in their homes or even with their loved ones. They wonder what has changed.

If this is similar to your experience, this content is dedicated to you.

Content perspective: This content exclusively follows the teachings of the Islamic faith based on believing in God, the One Lord “Allah” in accordance with the Sunni Muslim Majority. The guidance below stems from “There is no God but Allah, and that Muhammed is his final prophet and messenger to mankind and that Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammed are the honored, humble slaves of the One God, Allah. Our goal is to improve the spiritual health of our community by reviving Sunnah therapy. The content is primarily influenced by the teachings of Scholar Sheikh Khalid Alhibshi, although we have no affiliation with him.

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Due to the overlapping nature of this content, it is advisable to read the spirituality section in full

Prophet Muhammad said, O Slaves of Allah, seek a cure for your illnesses, for Allah has not created a disease without creating a cure for it, except for aging.

Distinguish between Protection and Treatment modes; Protection is quicker and simpler.

What if I don’t speak Arabic?

If you don’t speak Arabic, you’re not alone, as the majority of Muslims are not Arabs. A helpful approach is to listen to recorded verses of the Quran, gradually learning how to pronounce them. Listen while reading the translation or subtitles. Many resources, such as YouTube, offer surahs with translated subtitles. Utilize electronic devices like laptops to read each translated verse word by word. Websites like https://www.quranful.com/ can be particularly useful for this purpose as it allows the listener to listen to the original text in Arabic and then listen to its translation in English.

Prophet Muhammed said, “Whoever is proficient with Quran, is in the company of the honorable and righteous angels and whoever recites the Quran while stuttering as it is difficult for him, gets double the reward.” (agreed upon)

As for Athkar should be recited in Arabic. Read the translation first and then read the Arabic text using the transliteration. Transliteration means that the Arabic text will be spelled in the characters of another alphabet. This method might be difficult in the beginning but after listening to the recorded Athkar in Arabic a few times, most people find transliteration to be easy. You will find here links to Athkar with the transliteration and you will find also the recorded Athkar in Arabic.

Quranic verses that guide our understanding of the Shaitan

1- “Indeed the plots of Shaitan are weak”

2- “That is only Shaitan who frightens [you] of his supporters. So fear them not, but fear me [Allah], if you are indeed believers”

3- “But they [Shaitan] do not harm anyone through it [magic] except by the permission of Allah”

4- “Indeed, you [Shaitan] have no authority over my servants except those of the deviants who follow you”

5- “And hence if you get whispers from the devil, to stir you up, then seek refuge in Allah, He [Allah] is all-hearing, all-knowing”

6- “And Whoever turns away from the remembrance of The Most Gracious [Allah], We will assign a devil for him, so he [the devil] is a companion to him”

Note the overlapping definitions of “Jinn” and “Shaitan”

Shaitan mainly means to be an enemy of God. There are Shaitans in Humans and Shaitans in Jinn. The devil is a Shaitan from the Jinn type. It could be referred to as Jinn and it could be referred to as Shaitan.  Even in Animals, there are Shaitans. Prophet Muhammed said “A black dog is a shaitan” Authentic in Muslim. It rather means that a solid black dog (must be solid black) is more violent or less helpful than any other dog. It is the Shaitan of dogs, not the Shaitan of Jinn.

Additional Authentic Resources:

  • Listen to the Quran in Arabic and to the translation in English


  • Listen to the Ruqiah recordings by Sheikh Khalid Al-Hibshi


  • All the important Athkar (remembrance) translated to English (PDF)


  • More Athkar (remembrance) for various occasions


  • Comprehensive Athkar (remembrance) book


  • All the translations of the Quran side by side for each verse


Regarding the content on this site, anything good and true is attributed to Allah alone, while any inaccuracies or misleading information are from myself and Shaitan

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