Diary of an Exorcist – Protection Against Jinns, Devils and Black Magic – Abu Ibraheem Husnayn

Detailed lecture on real life first-hand accounts of Jinn possession and methods of protection against Jinns & Devils. Lecture took place on 01/03/2013 at the Islam Halifax Centre.

Some of the things covered in this Lecture -

Is ruqyah from the teachings of Muhammad (ﷺ) and what is the Proof?

Signs of possession?

When is it required to do ruqyah on someone?

How and when do the jinn enter someone’s body?

Who should we rely on to do the ruqyah?

Who does the jinn stay away from and what is it that protects them?

15 ways to protect yourself from jinns and devils and evil eye?

Why does ruqyah not have an effect on certain people?

What are the incorrect forms of ruqyah?

Black magic and those behind it.

Is striking and beating the jinn out of people allowed?

What is evil eye and the Proof of evil eye in the Quran and hadiths?

Signs of evil eye?

How to prevent yourself from doing evil eye on someone?

Can a non-Muslim give you evil eye?

What should you do if you know the person who has done evil eye on you?

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER -

Abu Ibraheem Husnayn is from Birmingham UK. He spends much of his time in given Dawah to the youth and is also a Exorcist (Raqi)
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ABOUT ISLAM HALIFAX -

Islam Halifax was established in February 2012 in the town of Halifax, united kindom.
The purpose of Islam Halifax is to teach Muslims and non-Muslims the true meaning of
Islam devoid of any cultural ideologies, sectarianism or extremism. Islam Halifax gives an opportunity for Muslims living in Halifax to connect with their faith and explore what it means to be a Muslim living in the 21st century.
Islam Halifax is also an officially registered not-for-profit organisation. Please feel free to make a donation to Islam Halifax and help us.

How to Contact Us
Web: http://www.islamhalifax.com
Email: info@islamhalifax.com

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