Mu’meneen Brothers and Sisters,
As Salaam Aleikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. (May Allah’s Mercy, Peace, and Blessings be upon each of you)
One of our brothers or sisters has asked us this question:
In what way is the use in the form of “taweez” as well as amulets permitted in Islam. My mother recently gave me these Taweez. In Islam If I’m not mistaken the idea of”evil eye” is a part of. It is very possible for an individual to be in the grip of this “evil eyes.” The question I would like to know is whether the “tawwez” is permitted or not. Concerning the evil eye, I am sure that Allah is my protector. However, it was the Prophet(SAW) was under a spell. To break the spell , the Prophet(SAW) employed the Quran to end the spell. Do you know of a way I could follow to avoid this fate. My family members could try to ruin my family with black magic. Please suggest something from the Quran to help me.
Please respond as quickly as you can.
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in the Name of Allah We thank Him We ask for His assistance and seek His forgiveness. Whoever Allah is guiding, no one can be misled or lead anyone to wander off, no one will be able to guide them in the right direction. We affirm that there is none (no idol, no one or grave, no prophet or imam, no dai, none!) that is worthy of worship except Allah Alone. We are witnesses to the fact that Muhammad (saws) serves as His servant-slave, and is the seal of His Messengers.
Your question: In what way does the use or use of “taweez” as well as amulets permitted in Islam.
A Messenger from Allah (saws) strictly prohibited believers from wearing any kind of taaweedh or amulet anywhere on their body. If someone does wear an amulet or a taaweedh begins to seek his faith and assistance from this taaweedh, instead of putting his entire life and faith on Allah, the Lord of all Worlds!
The best advice is to worship, invoke, and believe and maintain an complete trust in only Allah Subhanah The Lord of the Heavens and the earth , and everything else that is between!
If a person who is a religious believer, and is sincerely convinced of Allah as well as the Last Day, seeks any security for any situation in his the world, then all that he needs to do is find refuge with Allah and pray to Him for every need. Because Allah alone is the owner of all strength and power and harm and any trouble will befall anyone without the consent from Allah Subhanah. So, the believer should place his complete and unwavering faith in Allah Subhanah All by himself.
Allah says in the Holy Quran Chapter 3 Surah Ale Imraan verse 160:
If Allah assists you, no one can overpower you. If He leaves you, who is in the future to assist you? If you trust in Allah then let believers place their faith in Allah.
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Allah affirms that in the Holy Quran Chapter 33 Surah Ahzaab Verse 3:
Put your faith and trust in Allah Alone. And enough is Allah to be the Disposer of all things.
Allah is revealed that in the Holy Quran Chapter 9 Surah Taubah Verse 51:
Speak: “Nothing will happen to us, unless Allah has decided for us”He is our protector” And on Allah trust the believers. their faith.
Uqbah ibn Amir tells us his belief that Allah’s Messenger Allah (saws) stated: “If anyone wears an amulet (taaweedh) and wishes to be blessed, may Allah not assist him to fulfill his dream. If someone wears a seashell around his neck and his neck, may Allah not grant him peace.”
The narration is by Ahmad and Al-Hakim.
An amulet (tamimah, taaweedkh, etc.) is an assortment of shells or beads that the Arabs were known to wear around their children’s necks believing that it would shield their children from evil eyes. Islam completely shattered the practice, along with other superstitious practices. Prophetic messages from Allah (saws) described it as shirk in its most explicit form as well as invoked the curse of Allah on those who wore a taaweedh in search of its protection.
According to Ibn Mas’ud that one time, as he entered his house and saw his wife with a knotted object around her neck. He removed it then broke it. He then remarked that the Abdullah family Abdullah is now so arrogant that they are a part of Allah the ones for whom He has not given any authority.’ I’ve seen Allah’s Messenger Allah (saws) declaring”Verily, incantations amulets, and love charms are all acts that are the shirk (associating Gods and Allah).’ People said: ‘O Abu Abdullah! We’re familiar with amulets and incantations, but what exactly is a love charm? (altawlah )’?’ He responded: “It’s an esoteric formula that women used to win the love of their husbands’.” (Related to Al-Hakim as well as Ibn Hibban).
Imran ibn Hasin tells us his experience that Messenger of Allah (saws) observed an individual wearing a bracelet made of copper on his arm. He (saws) shouted to him: ‘How awful for you!’ What’s this? The man responded”I’m being afflicted by weakness (al-wahinah).’ (Al-wahinah is a condition that causes discomfort in the shoulders and hands. He was wearing a bracelet of copper hoping it would ease his suffering and pain). It was the Prophet who (saws) banned the wearer from wearing it since it was considered to be an amulet. It was said by the Prophet (saws) declared: “It is nothing more than hurt. Get rid of it. If you had died wearing it, you’d not have been saved! (ie. you would have been dead in the state of shirk sin, which is the most unforgivable of sins.” (Narrated by Ahmad)
Isa ibn Hamza said: I visited Abdullah ibn Hakim and his face was red because of high fever. I asked him: “Why don’t you make use of an amulet to help you?’ He replied: “We seek refuge in Allah and are protected from this. Allah (saws) the Messenger Allah (saws) declared: “Whoever wears anything as an amulet is entrusted with it”. (Narrated by the Abu Daw’ud)
Your question is: In Islam If I’m right the idea of the evil eye is a part of Islam. It is very possible for a person to be under the influence of this “evil eye.”
Sahih Muslim Hadith 5427 Narrated by Abdullah ibn Abbas
The Messenger of Allah (saws) stated that the effect of the nazar (evil eye) is a fact. should anything happen to precede an event that would lead to the Qadr (destiny) it is the influence of the evil eye.
Dear Brother, the influence of nazar is a fact that has been declared and stated by no other than Allah’s Messenger Allah (saws) as well as Allah is our witness. Every phrase spoken by Messenger Allah (saws) can be not anything but the truth.
However, one must also be aware and be convinced that evil eyes doesn’t have any power on its own and it is not able to cause harm or injury to anyone without the exact Will and permission from Allah Subhanah. Therefore, one should not be afraid of an evil gaze, instead be afraid of Allah Their Lord, and maintain their faith and faith on Him, and in Him All by Himself.
All the villains in the world came together to hurt anyone, they wouldn’t be able to even do it without the permission of Allah Subhanah, for all power and strength is with no one but the Lord Most High, Most Exalted.
Your question: Could you provide me with a verse from Quran to help me.
Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 4563 Narrated By Abu Sa’id al-Khudri
The Messenger of Allah (saws) was a person who sought the refuge of Allah against the Jinn as well as the evil eyes of men until the mu’awwidhatan (113th Surah Al-Falaq and 114th Surah An-Naas) were revealed, following which he made use the two Surahs and renounced all other things.
Dear and dear Brother, if you are worried about any kind of harm from any source or source, the only remedy or prayer one can take is to repeat the 113th Surah Al-Falaq as well as the 114th Surah An-Naas, and seek the safety of Allah Subhanah from any evil that might be coming their way It is believed that Allah Subhanah will shield them from all danger.
After one has found refuge with Allah Subhanah they must maintain their total faith and trust in the power and strength of Allah Alone, and should not be concerned about any danger that might be coming from a magical, jinn, or evil eye, or other aspect of the un-seen! Allah Subhanah Alone is our protector and helper.
If one believes, obeys and abides by the instructions and instructions from Allah as well as His Messenger (saws) One is guaranteed of not getting misled. However, If one believes, obeys and adheres to any other direction apart from that from Allah as well as His Messenger (saws) One can be sure of being led to the wrong direction.
Anything written that is truthful and of benefits is due solely to Allahs assistance and guidance, and any error is solely my fault. Allah alone knows the best and is the only Source of Strength.
Your brother and best wishes in Islam.