Salafi Islamic Kids Tawhid Book Series and Sharia Dawa


Bismillah (In The Name of Allah)

Dear Readers,

Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the World; and may His blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all his Family and Companions.

Imam Muslim narrated in his Sahih that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) said: “The influence of an evil eye is a fact; if anything would precede the destiny it would be the influence of an evil eye” . The purpose of Hadith is that the influence of an evil eye is a fact. Sometimes it might be due to jealousy or sometime it might be due to amazement; when one looks at something strange and does not say: May Allah bless you, instead looks at it astonishingly then his eye infects it.
The Sharia provides the guidelines regarding the matter of evil eye, some of them are as follows:
1) Using legal Ruqiyah (Quranic verses and Prophetic supplication) before the influence of the evil eye. The Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam) used to recite this invocation over Hassan and Hussain (Radiya Allahu Anhuma). (I commend you two to the protection of Allah’s perfect words from every devil, vermin, and every evil eye)”. [Narrated by Imam Tirmizi and its basic is in Sahih Bukhari ]. Allah Says (interpretation of meaning): {Say: “I seek refuge with (Allah) the Lord of the daybreak, from the evil of what He has created; and from the evil of the darkening (night) as it comes with its darkness; (or the moon as it sets or goes away), and from the evil of the witchcrafts when they blow in the knots, ‘and from the evil of the envier when he envies.”} [113:1-5].
2) If one sees something impressive he should say: (This is that which Allah has willed, there is no power except with Allah) or (May Allah send blessing upon him).
3) Reciting Quran or the authentic supplication after having the influence of an evil eye.
4) If the person who caused harm by his evil eye is known, he may be asked to make Wudu and then the influenced person should take a bath from that water.
It is not permissible to blame someone of causing harm by his/her evil eye, as it is compulsory for the one who knows without any doubt that he was the reason in causing harm to co-operate with the influenced person to get rid of his illness.
It is not permissible to have doubts about people and to cut relations with them based upon suspicions and devilish insinuations.
Believing in a horoscope and relying on it is not permissible. The one who deals with it is considered Kafir since he claims having the knowledge of unseen, while no one knows it except Allah alone.
Finally, it is not permissible to cut the relation with others depending on a horoscope. In fact, it is a devilish trick to cause mischief among people. We are ordered not to follow Satan. We ask Allah to give good health for you and us.
Allah knows best.

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About the Author: Halimah bint David authored, illustrated, published and marketed several children  books for Muslim Kindle for kids in Islam  and Sharia Ruqyah for exorcisms in adults. Halimah founded a few popular blogs at SurvivorsAreUs.WordPress.Com, HighwayToHeaven.WordPress.Com, ChristinaMacQuarrie.Wordpress.Com and is currently researching and implementing new copy writing skills.

Comments on: "Tawhid Fatwa: The Evil Eye And Belief In Zodiacal Signs" (2)

  1. i wud like to know what to recite when one is affected by an evil eye.i want a dua that can be recited even if one is naapak…that in a case when a girl is her periods.
    I would also like to know a solution for my following problem-i used to like a boy and we had a 10year old love relation.but since my parents dont agree for him i chose to go with my parents decission.i met the other guy n we liked each other,but now this new boy is ignoring me and the guy used to love wants me back.what do i do.i am confused and want a solution that wil b the best for me.thank you.

  2. Bismillaah. Assalaamu Alaikum! All praise is to Allaah Lord and Cherisher of the worlds. I testify that none and nothing has the right to be worshiped except Allah alone and Muhammad is His Final Messenger.

    I went to they say,
    “The person who realizes that there is someone close to him who admires him or is infatuated with him should hasten to deal with the matter wisely. Wisdom does not mean being heedless with regard to looking, visiting and touching, because these are things that may make his sickness worse, and make the pain worse. Rather wisdom means offering a suitable remedy in a suitable manner, which includes the following: 


    Strengthening his faith, by encouraging him to do acts of worship and avoid evil deeds. 


    Instilling the love of Allaah and His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) in his heart. 


    Teaching him the meaning of love for the sake of Allaah, the basis of which is that the person who is loved for the sake of Allaah is loved for his  faith and acts of obedience, not for his appearance, image or status.  


    Not giving him the opportunity to make contact repeatedly or to visit frequently; explaining to him that if a legitimate relationship transgresses the limits it becomes haraam and must be stopped. 


    When meeting, not allowing him to look continuously, embrace or kiss. 


    Giving him academic or da’wah-related tasks to do, such as collecting evidence on a certain issue, or summarizing a book, or listening to tapes, or doing da’wah-related activities such as calling people to Islam, distributing pamphlets and tapes, and other things which will fill his time with beneficial acts of worship and permissible activities. 


    If a Muslim feels that he is attracted to someone and fears that this may be one of the tricks of the shaytaan, then he should hasten to rid himself of it, and to treat himself, before it develops further and becomes haraam love . If he wants to rid himself of that, he should do several things, including the following: 


    He should focus his heart on his Lord, for He is the Bestower of blessings and bounty Who has granted him immense blessings, so he should direct the love of his heart towards his Creator. 


    He should cut off ties with everyone who he feels he is developing an (inappropriate) attachment towards, so he should not continue to listen to his voice or look at his image; he should try to avoid meeting him, even if the focus of his love is a teacher, educator or relative. This is the best remedy that he can give himself. 


    He should continually read about the lives of righteous people, scholars and mujaahideen, so that he can learn from those who offered their time and their lives in the service of Islam and the Muslims whilst he is preoccupied with looking at the image of his beloved or enjoying listening to his voice, or reading his words. These are things that are it is not befitting for a Muslim to do even once, so how about if this is his whole life?! 


    He should also ponder the grave and serious effects of these two destructive diseases, namely haraam infatuation and love. The harm that they cause includes the following:

    (i)                Diverting a person from his Lord and Creator to focus on a weak creature who may harm him but cannot benefit him

    (ii)              Creating worry, anxiety, grief, confusion and depression in this world, and torment in the Hereafter

    (iii)            Imagining kinds of haraam actions with the object of his love and infatuation, such as looking, touching and kissing with desire. That may even lead a woman to lesbianism and a man to homosexuality to bring these images out of the realm of imagination and into the realm of reality.

    (iv)            Contamination of sound human nature (fitnah) with a weakening of natural sexual desire, which will lead to spoiling of a woman’s relationship with her husband and her desire for the haraam things that she has become used to; similar effects may also apply to men. 


    Relationships between Muslims should be based on sharee’ah and taqwa (piety). The one who comes together with another person on the basis of sin in this world will find their relationship turned into one of enmity on the Day of Resurrection. 

    Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):  

    “Friends on that Day will be foes one to another except Al‑Muttaqoon (the pious”

    [al-Zukhruf 43:67] 

    Imam Ibn Jareer al-Tabari (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

    Allaah says: Those who were friends on the basis of disobedience towards Allaah in this world will be enemies of one another, disavowing one another, except for those who were friends on the basis of fearing and obeying Allaah. 

    Tafseer al-Tabari (21/637). 

    Ibn Katheer (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

    i.e., every friendship that was not for the sake of Allaah, on the Day of Resurrection will be turned into enmity, except that which was for the sake of Allaah, for that will last because it is connected to the One Who is eternal.  

    Tafseer Ibn Katheer (7/237). 

    Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: 

    If friendship and love are based on something other than the best interests of both parties, then the consequences will be enmity. It can only be in their best interests if it is for the sake of Allaah.  

    Even though each one of them may be helping the other to achieve what he wants on the basis of mutual consent, this mutual consent counts for nothing, rather it will become mutual hatred, enmity and curses, and each of them will say to the other: Were it not for you I would not have done that on my own, so my doom is because of me and you.  

    And the Lord will not prevent them from hating and cursing one another, but if one of them wronged the other, he will be prevented from doing that, and each of them will say to the other: It was for your own purposes that you caused me to fall into this; like two who committed zina will say to one another: It was for your own purposes that you did this with me; if you had refrained I would not have been involved in it. But each of them damaged the other equally.   

    Majmoo’ al-Fataawa (15/129) 

    The gate of repentance is open to everyone who wants to seek His Countenance, and the blessings of faith and obedience are available to everyone who wants to join His friends. Allaah forgives sins and accepts repentance, and He turns bad deeds into good. He says (interpretation of the meaning): 

    “Except those who repent and believe (in Islamic Monotheism), and do righteous deeds; for those, Allaah will change their sins into good deeds, and Allaah is Oft‑Forgiving, Most Merciful”

    [al-Furqaan 25:70] 

    “And verily, I am indeed forgiving to him who repents, believes (in My Oneness, and associates none in worship with Me) and does righteous good deeds, and then remains constant in doing them (till his death)”

    [Ta-Ha 20:82] 

    For more information, please see the answers to questions no. 10050, which explains why Islam forbids lesbianism and homosexuality; 21058 which explains the punishment for lesbianism; 60351 and 36837, which have to do with the phenomenon of schoolgirls kissing one another every day and kissing on the lips; and 591 which explains the ruling on one woman loving another to the extent that they cannot bear to be apart. 

    And Allaah knows best.”

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