Who know's more about Black magic in Islam?

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there are some people does black magic and it harm people but i dont know why they do it? but i have found out some people uses other people’s hair but what does that mean, what do they do with hairs? i just to prevent people from doing that, its wrong!

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Well, said Alberto

Magic is a load of cobblers so you have nothing to worry about.

la reigne de sarcasm

Wouldn’t that be against the rulings of sky daddy allah?

Thomas

yes there are , but it’s like all the other magic stuff, tricks.. nothing works relay. dumb muslims follow the witches type women who does that sort of things.

A$H

it’s true, you can do black magic by reading the Atil Kursi backwards etc but im not sure about the hair thing…if i find out, i will tell you.

ξενα (xena)

I personally don’t have knowledge of magick associated with Islam.
And that nick wasn’t original…..

4Ever-@-Muslimah

The Ruling on Magic (As-Sihr) in Islam.
Question:
My mother was ill and she visited a numbers of hospitals but without cure. Finally, she went to a soothsayer who told her to wash herself with the blood of a goat. My mother actually did what he said, being ignorant of the religious ruling concerning such. Is there some expiation that we must perform and, if so, what is it? May Allah reward you with what is best.
Answer:
It is not allowed to go to soothsayers, astrologers, magicians or any other kind of charlatans. It is also not allowed to either put questions to or to believe them. Indeed, that is one of the greatest sins, since the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam) said,
“If a person goes to a fortune-teller and asks him about anything, his prayer will not be accepted for forty nights.”
Recorded by Muslim in his Sahih. The Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam) also said,
” Whoever goes to a fortune-teller or a soothsayer and believes in what he says, he has then disbelieved in what has been revealed to Muhammed (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam).”
This was recorded by the compilers of the Muslim Sunan with an authentic chain. Finally, the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam) also said,
“He is not one of us: who performs magic, the one who has magic performed on him, the one who reads fortunes, the one who has his fortune read, whoever gives omens or has omens done for him. And whoever goes to a soothsayer and believes in what he has said has disbelieved in what has been revealed to Muhammed (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam).”
Recorded by al-Bazaar with a good chain.
As for washing with blood that is a clearly rejected act. Blood is an impure, forbidden object. It is not allowed to use impure items as medicine. This is based on what Abu Dawud recorded in his Sunan from Abu al-Darda, that the Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam) said,
“Allah has descended the illness and its remedy. And for every illness, He has created its remedy. Therefore, use medicines for each other but do not use anything forbidden as a remedy.”
The Prophet (sallallaahu ‘alaihi-wasallam) also said,
“Allah did not place your cures in what He has forbidden for you.”
Recorded by al-Baihaqi. Ibn Hibban has declared it authentic, from the hadith narrated by Umm Salama.
It is obligatory on the aforementioned women to repent to Allah and not to repeat a similar action like the one she did. Whoever sincerely repents, Allah returns back to him. Allah has said, “And all of you repent to Allah, O Believers, that you may be successful .” (Surah al-Nur 24:31)
Shaykh `Abdul-`Azeez Bin Baz
Islamic Fatawa Regarding Women – Darussalam Pg.37-39

سيف الله بطل ‎جهاد‎

In the 10 years I have been in this deen, I have yet to hear someone mess with magic and call themselves a Muslim. It’s forbidden in Islam.

David S

the use of hair nails clothing in magic is part of the voodoo doll practise but many harm full spells use personal items or images (photo or effigy) to direct the magic the evil eye and some other spells don’t use such things but eye contact or a charm is given to the person but Islam has no such practise as I’m aware

melissa M

NAH BLACK MAGIC& MAGIC IS NEVER REALATED
WIZ ISLAM& IISLAM DOESN T HAVE ANY LINKS WIZ THOSE INHUMANE PRACTISE EVEN FROM FAR
IN THE TIME OF IGNORANCE PEOPLE USED TO DO BLACK MAGIC ON THE PROPHRT MUHAMMAD 9SWA)(PBUH)
CHECK OUT THIS SITE IF U WANNA KNOW BETTER
http://www.islamworld.net
moreover the 2 surah
al falaq& an nass
reveal this
hope iit was informative!
bye

Hameed

People take hair or cloth for black magic because every individual in this world smells(sweat) differently and it is easy to recognise a particular person with his hair smell or cloth smell(sweat)

Abdul khader Mohammed

The best way to get rid of black magic is Quran and AL-HIJAMA(cupping therapy).The other things for diseases are Olive oil and fresh olives, honey, black cumin seeds, sena leaves, seacostus (but with proper guidance and procedure).

mohan

I bleave hindus will involve more in black magic

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