Narrated by Abu Musa al-Ash’ari The Prophet (saws) said, “There are three who will not enter Paradise: one who is addicted to wine, one who breaks ties of relationship, and one who believes in (the effects of) magic.” Beloved Brother, the first thing we, as believers, must understand that those who claim to do magic, or harm people in the ‘unseen’, and even those who claim to remove the magic, or remove the supposed ‘evil spell’ which they are supposedly cast under….such people and all their rites, rituals, charms, spells, and anti-dotes combined do not have the power to hurt or benefit anyone in the absolute least. No harm and no benefit can happen to the believer without the Will of Allah Subhanah. If Allah does not will it, all the magicians and ‘moulvis’ of the world can get together and try their magic on someone, they cannot harm him in the least!; for Absolutely All Power and All Strength belongs to none save Allah Subhanah Alone! Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 1019 Narrated by Abu Sa’id al-Khudri The Prophet (saws) used to seek protection against the Jinn and the evil eye till Surahs al-Falaq and an-Naas were revealed. After they were revealed, he (saws) stuck to them and discarded everything beside them. If one fears any evil from any quarter whatsoever, one should recite the Muawwidaat (113th Surah Al-Falaq and 114th Surah An-Naas) thus seeking refuge in the One and Only Lord Most High. Allah is our witness brother, there is no other or better source of refuge or protection than in Allah Subhanah, the Lord of the Worlds. After one has recited the Muawwidaat and remained constant in its recitation, one should know and believe with absolute conviction that they are under the refuge and protection of none other than Allah Subhanah, and no amount or combinations of Jinns, or magic doers, or evil-eyes, or any harm can come towards them from any quarter. Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 7.544
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