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Cure For Magic

It is narrated that a Jew called Labeed Bin A’sam and his daughters performed magic spell on the Holy Rasool. The effects  of it appeared on the blessed body of the Holy Rasool  but it could not affect his heart, intellect or beliefs. After a few days, Sayyiduna Jibra ‘eel came in the blessed court of the Holy Rasool  and said that a Jew has done magic spell on you and the items used for magic are hidden under a stone in such-and-such well. The Holy Rasool  sent Sayyiduna ‘Ali  to the well. When he  drew out the water of the well and lifted up the stone, he found beneath it a bag made of date palm tree leaves. Within this bag, there were some of the blessed hairs of the Noble Rasool , some broken teeth of the comb, a rope of the bow of an arrow which had eleven knots in it and there were eleven needles pierced into a wax-made puppet. All these objects were found beneath the stone and were presented before the Holy Rasool .
After this incidence, the two Surahs of the Holy Quran  and
 were revealed. These Surahs contain eleven Ayahs. By
reciting each Ayah, one knot would untie and when eleven Ayahs were recited, all of the knots were untied and the Holy Rasool  was fully recovered. (I’ajseer Khazaain-ul-‘Irfan, pp. 1098) All items that were used for doing magic were buried down in the earth.


All those amulets and spells which do not contain any words of unbelief and polytheism are permissible. Similarly, making some knots and reciting some Ayahs of the Holy Quran and sacred names of Allah   and then blowing on it is also permissible. A large number of companions [Sahabah]   and Tabi’een are of the same opinion as well. Moreover, it is also narrated in a Hadees by Sayyidatuna ‘Aaishah that when any member of Rasool’s family would fell ill,
the Holy Rasool would recite these two Surahs and then blow on the sick. (I’afseer Khazaain-ul-‘Irfan, pp. 763; part 30, Surah Al-Falaq, Ayah 4)
It is also mentioned in a Hadees of Sahih Muslim and Sahih Bukhari that when the Beloved and Blessed Rasool   would go to bed at night, he used to blow on his both blessed hands and used to rub his hands on his blessed body from head to toe up to the access of his blessed hands. He   would repeat this action three times.
(I’afseer Khazaain-ul-‘Irfan, pp. 763; part 30, Surah An-Naas, Ayah 6)
The summary of this whole discussion is that  Sure Falaq and Sure Naas
 are such two Surahs of the Holy Quran that are the tested
and proven treatments of sorcery, diseases caused by black magic or evil eye. Write down these Ayahs, make an amulet and wear it around the neck. Blow on a sick person after repetitive recitation of these Ayahs and blow on food, water and medicine that a patient is using. All diseases especially the sorcery and black magic will be cured and the patient will be fully recovered,  .
Likewise, there are also special attributes of other Surahs of the Holy Quran which have been mentioned in detail in our book, ‘Jannati Zaywar’ and we have also allowed every Sunni Muslim follower of Shari’ah, to invoke these Awraad [invocations]. Therefore, Sunni Muslims should get benefits from these Quranic A wraad and should also share these benefits with other Muslims.
It is mentioned in a Hadees that   meaning, the best
person is the one who benefits the people.
(Kashf-ul-Khifa-o-Muzeel-ul-flbaas, vol. 1, pp. 348, Raqm 1252)

Surah Al-Falaq 

Say you (0 Beloved), ‘I take refuge of the One Who creates the daybreak. From the evil of His entire creation. And from the evil of darkness ( of the night) when it sets. And from the evil of those female (sorcerers) who blow onto knots. And from the evil of the envier when he envies me.
[Kanz-ul-Iman (Translation ofQuran)] (Part 30, SurahAl-Falaq, Ayah 1-5)

Surah An -Naas

Say you (0 Beloved), ‘I take refuge in the One Who is the Lord of all the people. In the King of all the people. In the God of all the people. From the evil of the one who inculcates evil thoughts in the hearts, and withdraws (when one engages in Zikrullah). Those who inculcate evil whispers into the hearts of the people. (From amongst) Jinns and mankind.’ (Part 30, Surah An-Naas, Ayah 1-6) 

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