A conversation with a Jinn

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    This is from another forum and it's interesting, so I thought I'd share.

    *This article is for those who fail to believe in Jinns or for those, that do not take this creation of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala, seriously !! ** This is just one of many realities of the unseen, so learn and protect yourselves at all times, seek refuge with the almighty

    A sister describes her attempt at exorcism and the conversations that occurred during this experience. Please note that this questions of fiqhi nature may not be addressed, as this was not intended to be a course on the methodology of exorcism. Finally, please do not try this at home!*

    We read and we believe in every word of Noble Qu’ran and the ahadeeth of the Prophet, sallallahu alihi wasalam. We believe, without ever doubting, in all that Qur’an and ahadeeth talks about although we may never witness it. However, sometimes by Allah’s Mercy, we get to experience something further which affirms our faith and satisfies our hearts, and we thank Allah azzawjal for allowing us such an opportunity. It is for this reason that I want to share an incident, hoping that may this be a beneficial and Iman-boosting read for everyone.

    During my visit to Pakistan last month, I had the opportunity to read over a ‘possessed’ girl. I will not discuss the details, but my conversation with the jinn, a creation of Allah that we have heard of but never seen, is definitely worth sharing. The conversation was a mixture of Urdu and Punjabi and I tried to be as precise as I can with the translation. This is not the complete conversation but bits and pieces.

    I started off with the "Adhaan" and some recitation from Qur’an until it, or she to be precise, agreed to talk to me. She was a female Jinnee named Seeta who had possessed a Muslim girl for almost 6-7 years. It wasn’t a voluntary possession rather a case of black magic. As advised, I tried to invite her to Islam first. Apparently it was the first time anyone had ever invited her to Islam so she was a little shocked:

    Seeta: How can I become a Muslim?

    Me: Why not, anyone can become a Muslim.

    Seeta: But I am evil and I have done many evil actions.

    Me: It’s okay you will be forgiven if you truly repent. My Rabb is the Most forgiving!

    Seeta: But I’ve been a Hindu for centuries, I cannot change now.

    Me: Sure you can if you truly believe that Islam is the true religion. Why don’t you go around and see. You can travel very fast. Go around and you will find Muslim Jinns of your kind. Talk to them and ask them, they will teach you about this religion.

    Seeta: Yes, I know. Their caravans pass by us and we make fun of them.



    SubhanAllah, I was truly amazed when she said this. It reminded me of the first ayah of Surah Jinn:

    “Say (O Muhammad): “It has been revealed to me that a group of jinns listened (to this Qur’an). They said: ‘Verily! We have heard a wonderful Recital (this Qur’an)!” And I pictured a “group” of Jinn and how they still travel in caravans!

    The conversation continued:

    Me: Haven’t you seen the angels when you go up on the heavens and tried to listen to their conversations?

    Seeta: Yes. They throw stones at us. I’ve been hit by them many times. My right arm was broken because of that!!

    My heart skipped a beat. I couldn’t help but pause and just stare at the sky for few seconds. Up above those heavens, stern guards of Allah, the angels, are protecting the skies with meteor (‘stones’ as Seeta said), exactly how it is described in the Qur’an:

    “And we have sought to reach the heaven; but found it filled with stern guards and flaming fires. And verily, we used to sit there in stations, to (steal) a hearing, but any who listens now will find a flaming fire watching him in ambush.” (Jinn: 8-9)

    “Verily! We have adorned the near heaven with the stars (for beauty).And to guard against every rebellious devil. They cannot listen to the higher group (angels) for they are pelted from every side. Outcast, and theirs is a constant (or painful) torment. Except such as snatch away something by stealing and they are pursued by a flaming fire of piercing brightness.” (Saffat: 6-10)

    I swear by Allah, I don’t see a reason why anyone’s eyes will not over flow with tears at this—tears of joy, a feeling of contentment, and a blissful satisfaction. SubhanAllah, a matter of ‘unseen’ was being described by someone who had seen it yet not believed in it, and was describing without realizing the effects it was having on the listener, not only just me but the others around and the ones who will hear it for as long as I shall live.

    During our conversation, I learned that she was a Sikh but got married to a Hindu jinn (who died) and she adopted her husband’s religion and she insisted that husband’s religion is wife’s religion (wow talk about obedience to husbands!). But, she tried to cause confusion by insisting that she was an evil dead-soul (‘bad ruh’ the concept of which still confuses many Pakistanis). Previously she had everyone believed that she was an evil dead-soul, but when I rebuked her a few times for lying and told her that she wasn’t dead yet, then finally she confessed.

    In any case, she asked me to give her time to think. But when I reminded her of death and the Day of Judgment, she asked the same ‘legendary’ question that why will she get hurt in Hellfire when she is made of fire! At times she also said that she doesn’t want to change her religion. And finally she said what manifested her ‘nature’ and confirmed her reality:

    “I know Allah is the Creator but I cannot bow down to him!"


    "La howla wala quwatta illa billah". Same arrogance, same pride. Didn’t Iblees refuse to make sajdah even though he was certain of Allah being the Creator:

    “…Aba wastakbarah…”[And they prostrated except Iblîs (Satan), he refused and was proud and was one of the disbelievers. 2:34]

    I told her that she was doing exactly what her ‘master’ Iblees had done, and she replied:

    “We are all of the same nature!” iyyadhobillah.


    I sat there staring at her thinking to myself that this creation is low in intellect and high in arrogance and so even after seeing the clear Miracles of Allah azzawjal refuses to believe. On the other hand, humans cannot see what these jinns can see, but are blessed with a higher intellect. And perhaps that’s why humanity has more ‘logical’ and ‘reasonable’ proofs with the addition of the living miracle of Qur’an to see the truthfulness of Islam, yet if humans refuse then what good is that intellect which still leads to arrogance and ignorance!

    We seek Allah’s refuge from the evil characteristics of arrogance, a trait of shaytaan.

    Of the things that she said about Ibless was that he has a throne above the water!

    The Messenger of Allah, sallallahu alihi wasalm, said:

    “Iblees placed his throne on water then he sends out his emissaries…” (Muslim, 5023)

    She also said that he has told them that he will wear a crown on the Day of Judgment. He has also promised them of unlimited ‘rewards’. She said,

    “Your Rabb has promised you rewards and our Iblees has promised us rewards.”

    Surely his promises are nothing but lies, as mentioned in Qur’an:


    “And Shaitân (Satan) will say when the matter has been decided: “Verily, Allah promised you a promise of truth. And I too promised you, but I betrayed you. I had no authority over you except that I called you, so you responded to me. So blame me not, but blame yourselves. I cannot help you, nor can you help me. I deny your former act in associating me (Satan) as a partner with Allah (by obeying me in the life of the world). Verily, there is a painful torment for the Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong-doers, etc.).” (14:22)

    And surely he will turn his backs on all those who obeyed him:

    “Their allies deceived them) like Shaitân (Satan), when he says to man: “Disbelieve in Allah.” But when (man) disbelieves in Allah, Shaitân (Satan) says: “I am free of you, I fear Allah, the Lord of the ‘Alamîn (mankind, jinns and all that exists)!” (59:16)

    She had a particular obsession with Iblees’s beauty and kept repeating how handsome he is, a’oodhobillahi minhu. She also uttered a lot of evil which can only be uttered by someone wicked, and I will not mention it here.


    Let me mention that the spell was cast upon the girl out of sheer jealousy and sadly by a very close relative. That day, as I read Surah Falaq upon her and got to the last verse, wAllahi I felt like I was reading it for the first time. It was as if I could ‘understand’ the meanings of it:

    “And from the evil of the envier when he envies.” وَمِن شَرِّ حَاسِدٍ إِذَا حَسَدَ

    I was able to see what jealousy can cause; I could see the dangers of the one who becomes jealous, iyyadhobillah. That day, I truly appreciated the du’as of protecting oneself from evil eye and jealousy, and the adhkar of day and night.

    Let me also state a few things that I had previously learned about jinns, mainly from Bilal Philip’s book and from Sh. Yasir’s Aqeedah class, and were confirmed by talking to Seeta:

    She mentioned that if she leaves that girl, then she would want to possess someone else, I asked her the reason and she said:

    “Because it is fun and I enjoy bothering people!” a’oodhobiAllah!

    She liked attention and perhaps that’s why she was so talkative. However, she was a liar who tried to cause as many confusion as she possibly could.

    She had a strong hold on the girl while in the bathroom. To be honest, some of the incidents were quite scary and I won’t even mention them. My sincere advice is to never forget the du’a before entering the bathroom!

    To conclude, I have some advice for myself and for everyone else. To have a strong faith in Allah azzawjal and placing one’s tawakkul in Allah alone is a strong weapon against shayateen. If I ever get the permission from this sister, I would like to write about how she was before when the Jinn possessed her and how improving her faith kept weakening the jinn in her.


    The beautiful "Adhkaar & Dua's (Supplications)" are indeed a fortress of a believer. To be quite honest, that is the only defense we have against them but it is the fortification if we read with certainty and belief.

    The Ayat Al-Kursi should be recited after every prayer to protect from all evil ...

    اللّهُ لاَ إِلَـهَ إِلاَّ هُوَ الْحَيُّ الْقَيُّومُ لاَ تَأْخُذُهُ سِنَةٌ وَلاَ نَوْمٌ لَّهُ مَا فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَمَا فِي الأَرْضِ مَن ذَا الَّذِي يَشْفَعُ عِنْدَهُ إِلاَّ بِإِذْنِهِ يَعْلَمُ مَا بَيْنَ أَيْدِيهِمْ وَمَا خَلْفَهُمْ وَلاَ يُحِيطُونَ بِشَيْءٍ مِّنْ عِلْمِهِ إِلاَّ بِمَا شَاء وَسِعَ كُرْسِيُّهُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالأَرْضَ وَلاَ يَؤُودُهُ حِفْظُهُمَا وَهُوَ الْعَلِيُّ الْعَظِيمُ (2:255)

    (255. Allah! None has the right to be worshipped but He, the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists. Neither slumber nor sleep overtakes Him. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth. Who is he that can intercede with Him except with His permission He knows what happens to them (His creatures) in this world, and what will happen to them in the Hereafter. And they will never compass anything of His Knowledge except that which He wills. His Kursi extends over the heavens and the earth, and He feels no fatigue in guarding and preserving them. And He is the Most High, the Most Great.)

    Be punctual with the prayers and read Qur’an. Make sure you recite Qur’an, and if you cannot (for some reasonable reason) then have it recited in your house everyday. Read your dua’s before leaving and upon entering the house (so shayateen don’t enter with you), before eating, before entering the bathroom and especially before falling asleep. May Allah azzawjal protect us from the fitan and sharr of all the shayateen among men and jinn, protect our spouses, children, families and all the Muslims around the world. Ameen.
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    oh God sis i will read it later write now all alone at home :lol:
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    Assalamu Aleykum,


    Jazakallah Khairan for sharing, O_O very interesting !!!
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    Salam alaikum

    Jazakallahu Khairan for sharing this....
    I enjoyed a lot, Inshaa'Allah Ta'la I beleive in Jinn,so I enjoyed a lot.
    Inshaa'Allah I always read out :
    01.Sura Fatiha:Opening of Dua
    02.Sura Ikhlaas(3times):The sawab of Khatm-e-Quran once
    03.Sura Naas:seek refuge from the evil of Jinn/satan
    04.Sura Falaq: Seek refuge from the evil of mankind
    05.Sura Kafiroon: Declaring that Im not from the disbeleivers,Inhsaa'Allah
    06.Ayatul Kursi.
    After every Salah,whenever I get out of home,starting a journey,going to sleep....n every state of change.....

    May Allah save us from the every evil
    Barakallahu feeke
    Wassalam
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    Lol. Whenever Jinns are mentioned, why do people get scared? Sis, there are Jinns in your house, even if your home alone, they're there WATCHING YOU. When you pray, the Muslim Jinns may pray next to you. Not all Jinns are bad, some just go on about there lives and won't harm you, unless you somehow bother them first and others are just plain evil.

    :wasalam: wa anta min ahli ljaza'. There is a very good Raqi called Abou Muhammad. This is his website:
    http://www.ruqyah.org/ It explains further how you can protect yourself. You can even purchase his DVDs of Ruqyah.

    There is also fatwas which I attached from his website. I haven't read all of it because it's a bit lengthy but it seems pretty good from what I read so far.


    :wasalam: wa anta min ahli ljaza'. I know, very very interesting. I don't see how people can deny the signs of Allaah, even the Jinns themselves, they deny Allaah. SubhanAllaah and what they do, how they live, all the info about Jinnees are clear in the Qur'aan and Sunnah YET people are so blind. May Allaah always keep us guided and give us unshakeable faith.

    :wasalam: aameen, wa feeka baaraka Allaah. Maybe you can use the above for the people who don't believe in Jinns.

    Attached Files:

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    I so freaking out about that. Could you tell me of some dua's to say when leaving the house and entering it.
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    Salam sister,

    I want to see the authentication of that. I mean i believe in jinns and all that, but i mean i just want to check the authentication just for self-contentment...Also its a beautiful story :) :hearts:
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    Salaamu 'alaykkum, I have come across people who were possessed by jinns and did not even know that they were possessed. One person I remember was this brother who was randomly listening to a ruqyah mp3 file, and he heard popping sounds from his thigh. A raqi said he was possessed but assured him saying its not a serious possession. So I would suggest everyone to actually recite Ruqyah upon themselves or listen to ruqyah related soorahs, and see if they are being affected. It is not necessary that Qur'aan is recited and blowed into water or anything of that case (though ruqyah can be done in that way too), it can just be recited on its own. Keep to your morning and evening adhkaar .In order to Recite Ruqyah then recite the following:

    Soorah al Fatihah,

    First 5 verses of Soorah Baqarah,

    Verses 163-164 of Soorah Baqarah,

    Ayatul kursi and 2 ayahs following it,

    Last 2 verses of Soorah Baqarah,

    Verses 18-19 of Soorah aal 'Imraan

    Verses 54-56 of Soorah al 'araaf

    Verses 115-118 of Soorah Mu'minoon

    Verses 1-10 from Soorah Saaffaat

    Verses 33-36 of Soorah Ar Rahmaan

    Verses 21-24 of Soorah Hashr

    Verses 29-32 of Soorah Ahqaaf

    Verses 1-9 from Soorah Jinn

    Soorah al Humazah

    Soorah ikhlaas, falaq, naas.

    Every 3 days try to complete reciting Soorah Baqarah, if not then try playing it on your computer, and the people who do ruqyah usually recommend Soorah Baqrah by Farres 'Abbad. If your tajweed is not good, then get a friend whose tajweed is good to recite it in front of you, or you can listen to some Qaari. And I strongly recommend Farres 'Abbaas as thats what raqis recommend. Wa salaamu 'alaykkum
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    As'salamu aaleikom


    i think we must not concentrate in their world..we must let them with their lifes and we must contcentrate over our lifes..becouse as much we can try to think to them,we just lose our precious time..we belive in them that they are created by Allah and just.

    Sheikh Assim has stated in one message some good points:


    1- Allah tells us in Surat Al Jinn: “And there were men from mankind who sought refuge in men from the jinn, so they [only] increased them in burden”. Scholars say that the Jinn by nature fear the humans but when they found that there were humans who feared them, they intimidated and frightened them more.

    2- Jinn don’t help humans and those who claim to be able to have the Jinn help them or advise them are not telling the truth because they didn’t help the companions who were better than all of us
    .


    wa aaleikom salam
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    :salam2:,

    here u can find them mashallah.

    entering home

    leaving home
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    very interesting,may that Jinn continue its life like muslim and may Allah forgive it for its bad deeds.:wasalam:
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    ovomer salam from pakistan!

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    very nice and very interesting
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    Well, yeah, its pretty common here too in Malaysia especially in the East Coast. And if you happen to be studying in a boarding school here, you will most likely hear stories about this.

    Anyways it was a good read but I do agree with Sister Iman99 that we shouldnt concentrate too much about their world, but rather it'll be best for us to concentrate in strengthening our faith and make a continuous supplication to Allaah. Reading Al-Mathuraat during the morning and evening is good too in order to protect ourselves besides doing the Ruqyah.

    Im aware that some of us happen to have experienced it, but do believe that if Allaah doesnt let it happens, it wont without His will.

    May we all especially our families and little children be protected from such evils. Ameen.
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    Jinns are very common in Pakistan specially in rural area. It is said they live in open area where humans dont spend much time.
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    :salam2:wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu:)

    jazakallah khairan for sharing this incident sis:)!!!Nice read........i got more out of the ayahs and advices inbetween the lines the story itself everyone of us has a shaitan inside us in form of satanic nafs......good advices and reminders to beware of it........my opnion:)
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    Wa'alaykum assalaam. Jazakillaahu khayran.

    :wasalam:

    The story that I posted is by a raqi speaking of his experience. InshaAllaah I'll ask the sister that posted it.

    4.26 Jinn Possessing Humans and Speaking to Them

    Praise be to Allah, and may His peace and prayers be upon His Messenger, his kin, his companions and his followers.
    In the month of Sha‘ban, 1407 H., some local papers as well as others published reports, long and short, on the story of the Jinni that converted to Islam in Riyadh. The Jinni declared that in the presence of Abdullah Ibn-Musharraf A1-Amri, who got it out of a Muslim woman by means of Ruqyas.
    Performing the Ruqyas, Abdullah preached to the Jinni on the value of Allah‘s remembrance and the prohibition of injustice, which is a major sin. When asked to get out, the Jinni was eventually convinced to get out, and in fact declared his Is lam.
    Abdullah and the woman‘s family wanted to bring the woman in my presence so that I can witness the Jinni‘s declaration of his Islam. When I asked the Jinni in the woman, who was sitting next to me, why he possessed her, he answered my question in a man‘s voice though using the woman‘s tongue. All this was taking place in the presence of the woman‘s brother and sister, Abdullah, the Raqi, and some Sheikhs, who came particularly to witness the whole event. The Jinni explicitly declared his Islam, and said he had been a Buddhist Indian. I advised him to fear Allah and get out of the woman, and to put an end to the injustice he had done unto her. He readily agreed and expressed his satisfaction with Islam. When I advised him to invite his fellow Jinn to Islam, he promised to do so. He, then, got out, his last words were: Assalamu Alaikum (Peace be upon you). The woman was able to speak normally and felt safe and free from his trouble.
    Months later, the woman, with her sister, two brothers and uncle, came to me and told me she was well and - by Allaہ‘s Grace - the Jinni never returned. When I asked her how she felt when the Jinni was there, she said that she used to have wicked thoughts contradictory with Shari‘ ah, and she had inclinations towards Buddhism and Buddhist publications. Since the Jinni‘s departure, she has felt safe from such erratic thoughts. Regrettably, I have learned that Sheikh Tantawi denies that such an event can occur, considers it a lie and a type of charlatanism, and suggests it might be a recording trick. When I listened to a record of Sheikh Tantawi‘s comments, I wondered how he could say that; I did ask the Jinni some questions, and he answered them, how then can something recorded conduct such a dialogue? ! To suggest that it might have been a recording trick is a grave error and admission of falsehood...


    ^ This is from the book I attached. Read from pages 265-274.

    Also, here's a lecture by Abu Hamza from Austrailia about his experience of talking to a Jinn, whilst performing ruqyah: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crD3jdLHCa8

    Hope that's sufficent to make you content about Jinns speaking to humans/humans speaking to Jinns.

    :wasalam:

    Ehh, I don't think that Jinn became Muslim :S

    JazakaAllaahu khayran.

    ameen.

    :wasalam: wa rahmatullah wa baarakatuhu.

    wa anti min ahli ljaza'. You can read the book I attached from pages 265-274. It has backed up evidence from Qur'aan and Sunnah, with references at the bottom. :) Fee amaanillaah.
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    no offence but is fake. how? Allah gave me intelligence, Allah Hu Akbar!

    how can jinn be sikh and hindus, sikhism was founded so late and by humans-lol
    I cannot stop laughing hahaha, so do jinns follow the religions made by humans,

    do they not have their own religions.so does the jinn consider the guru of sikhs as his/her god-no offence to anyone.lol

    Allah Hu Akbar and thanks to Allah for making me intelligent.

    Allah Hu Akbar wal Izzatuillah. :)
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    points to ponder really
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