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Most of the people in the world believes in demons and jinn and black magic. These three are related together. This believer believes that black magic is worked by the help of demons, devil souls, and jinn, so they related. In the light of quran we can say these things are false.

Shahid salim

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SIHER-MAGIC
The Arabic word Siher means-Black magic, witch craft, Enchantment etc. But the people have misunderstanding about Siher. In the name Siher is used for Magic, Enchantment, Fascinations ,Astrology, child toy, food, Cheat, Blemish, Insanity.(Lisanul Arab) If Siher and its related things are only a magic , cheating or fasinations. There is a question . Why Islam take at very Lofty ? Simple. In the view of Islam statue obeisance or worship is purpose less. Statue doesnt hear ,doesnt speak even they could not move or do something. Yet Islam takes it very loftily because physical destruction is for a while but mental and spiritual destruction is permanent. If people live in these type of fascination finally they will gone into permanent loss-in hell. Therefore Islam denies worshiping statue as well as siher(magic)because these two things are meaningless work. Siher is not a simple sin its very dangerous. It cheat human mind. And mislead people from truth to fake. Also the sorcerers spread several superstitions among peoples. These superstitions make soullessly humans. Its dangerous than physical destruction. So Islamic legislation count siher among in big sins. And who is more astray than one who invokes besides Allah, such as will not Answer him to the Day of Judgment, and who [in fact] are unconscious of their Call [to them]? And when mankind are gathered together [at the Resurrection], they will behostile to them and reject their worship [altogether]! (Ahkaaf 5-6) They adopt partner to Allah, its shirk (polytheism). There is shirk but no one can realize physically. And it doesnt destructs physically but it destructs spiritually. The same things happen in siher. The sorcerers worship stars, spirits and devils for doing witch craft, its shirk. So Islam banned siher and count among in the big sins. Siher destructs humans spirituality not physically, physically it makes some miss understanding or fascination or fear. He said, "Nay, throw ye first!" Then behold their ropes and their rods-so it Seemed to him on account of their magic - began to be in lively motion! So Moses conceived in his mind a [sort of] fear. We said: "Fear not! For thou hast indeed the upper hand :( thwaha 66)

They said: "O Moses! Wilt thou throw [first], or shall we have the [first] Throw?" Said Moses: "Throw ye [first]." So when they threw, they bewitched the eyes of the people, and struck terror into them: for they showed a great [feat of] magic.(aaraf 116) allah said its great siher. It makes only some fear and miss understanding.
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Imam raazi says: in Islamic legislation unclear and cheat fully misleadeble things or present opposite to the actuality are called siher. (mafaathiul ghaib 1/420) If a muslim believes that siher have power to control a human or its effect like a disease, so he opposes muhjizath. Because Moosa (a) and the sorcerer of firaun done magic, so what is the different between magic and muhjizath? The sorcerer put their sticks and rope and make it as a snake. Moosa(a) also put his stick and make a snake, if these two things are same why the sorcerer receives Islam and stand against the firaun? Its a simple thing that people ignore. these two things are not same, the magic is a trick and muhjizath is real from god Allah. And he drew out his hand, and behold! it was white to all beholders! Said the Chiefs of the people of Pharaoh: "This is indeed a sorcerer well versed (aaraf 108-109) Why people saying its magic? because magic is only a trick there is no reality. is moosa (a) done has only a magic? No its muhjizath that is the difference between magic and muhjizath. Look Another example, If We had sent unto thee a written [message] on parchment, so that they could touch it with their hands, the Unbelievers would have been sure to say: "This is nothing but obvious magic!"(anam 7) quran is there but people saying its a magic because they believe its a cheating or it meaningless words. Is it true? quran is from allah . Alif, Lam, Mim. Allah! There is no god but He,-the Living, the Self-Subsisting, Eternal. It is He Who sent down to thee [step by step], in truth, the Book, confirming what went before it; and He sent down the Law [of Moses] and the Gospel [of Jesus] before this, as a guide to mankind, and He sent down the criterion [of judgment between right and wrong]. Then those who reject Faith in the Signs of Allah will suffer the severest penalty, and Allah is Exalted in Might, Lord of Retribution.(alemran 1-4)

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IS PROPHET MUHAMMED AFFECTED WITH MAGIC ? Allah promises us that if we follow Allah's guidance and put full trust in him, then Satan will not have any power over us. If so, then why did Allah allow his true Prophet (sa) to be bewitched by a Jew to the point that he thought he was having relations with his wives, when actually he was not? Why did not Allah protect him from such magic since he was a Prophet of God? Narrated Aisha( r ): Magic was worked on Allahs Apostle so that he used to think that he had sexual relations with his wives while he actually had not (Sufyan said: That is the hardest kind of magic as it has such an effect). Then one day he said, O Aisha do you know that Allah has instructed me concerning the matter I asked Him about? Two men came to me and one of them sat near my head and the other sat near my feet. The one near my head asked the other. What is wrong with this man? The latter replied the is under the effect of magic The first one asked, Who has worked magic on him? The other replied Labid bin Al-Asam, a man from Bani Zuraiq who was an ally of the Jews and was a hypocrite. The first one asked, What material he used). The other replied, A comb and the hair stuck to it. The first one asked, Where (is that)? The other replied. In a skin of pollen of a male date palm tree kept under a stone in the well of Dharwan So the Prophet went to that well and took out those things and said That was the well which was shown to me (in a dream) Its water looked like the infusion of Henna leaves and its date-palm trees looked like the heads of devils. The Prophet added, Then that thing was taken out I said (to the Prophet ) Why do you not treat yourself with Nashra? He said, Allah has cured me; I dislike to let evil spread among my people. (buhari Volume 7, Book 71, Number 660:) we need to examine the story of bewitchment by a Jew of the Holy Prophet from two different but related points of view: Is the story historical, that is, did the reported bewitchment actually take place? Is the story problematic from a religious point of view? There are indications that the story is in fact a product of the imagination of some of those early Muslim story-tellers who have given us so many other fascinating but fundamentally false stories about the Holy Prophet (sa). First, the story does not have the sort of multiplicity of chains of transmission that inspire a great deal of confidence in its historicity. If we do a search of the nine books of Hadith which has tens of thousands of hadith narrations, we find that the chains of transmission of this story can be divided into two categories: 1) Hisham his father Urwah Aishah
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From Hisham several people (Yahya, Isa, Abu Usamah, Ibn Numayr etc) narrate the story Hisham was a resident of Madinah, although he later moved to Iraq and died there. Imam Malik, also from Madinah quotes many traditions from him but he does not quote this one. It is reported by scholars that Hisham became very feeble-minded in his later years. Thus Uqayli says: qad kharifa fi akhir umr hi (he mentally degenerated in the last part of his life). Imam shafee (rh)didnt report any hadees from hisham. He avoided some hadeeses because the presence of hisham in its sanad , if other authentic reporters report the same hadith then he take that hadees. 2) The second category of chains of transmission is Abu Muawiyah al-Amash Yazid bin Hayyan Zayd bin Arqam These chains are even more problematic than those from Aishah. They are found only in two of the nine collections of Hadith: Nasa`i (4012) and Ahmad (18467) and allow us to take the hadith back with some confidence only to Abu Muawiyah who died in 195. We have only his word that al-Amash (d. 147) narrated the story and the same is true about two earlier narrators: Yazid bin Hayyan and Zayd bin Arqam. Second, there are many contradictions in the various narrations of the story. Some say that the Prophet imagined he was doing a thing but he was not doing it. Others say that he thought he had done a thing but actually he had not done; or he intended to do something but would forget doing it. In some narrations the objects used in magic (the Prophets comb with his hair sticking to it) are taken out of the well in which they were placed while in others they are not taken out. In some narrations Aishah asks why did the Prophet not show the objects to the people while in others her question is about why did he not expose Labid ibn al-Asam, the Jewish magician who allegedly cast the spell on the Prophet. These contradictions are found in those narrations that come from Hisham and are acceptable to Bukhari and Muslim. If we include other narrations the contradictions increase. It should also be noted that the story has not received unanimous acceptance from scholars. Some scholars from relatively early times have rejected the story. Thus Imam Abu Bakr al-Jassas (305-370 AH), one of the greatest hanafi scholars of the fourth century writes in his Ahkam al-Qur`an: This type of ahadith has been created by heretics who give importance to low-level people [by allowing the possibility that likes of Labid could cast a spell on the Prophet]. They are fabricated to falsify the miracles of the prophets and to create doubts in them and to show that there is no difference between miracles of the prophets and tricks of the magicians, all being of the same nature. (ahkaamul quran 1/46-56) It is probable that Darimi, Tirmidhi and Abu Da`ud also did not accept the story, since they do not mention it in their collections. It is unlikely that this is because they did not know the story, since the story was well known by the time of these scholars.

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Contrast the tolerance towards magic in the story with the Qur`an, which condemns magic as Satanic and ultimately without real power (2:102, 20:69). Also, note that in the Qur`anic story of Moasa(a ) and the Egyptian magicians, magic is defeated by a miraculous act of God and not by the use of suitable magical practices. In our story, on the contrary, the cure requires working within the system of magic. In this way magical practices are given much greater respect than is the case in the Qur`an. If despite the above considerations some Muslims and non-Muslims decide to regard the bewitchment of the Prophet as substantially historical, the question arises whether it is problematic from a religious point view. In particular, does the story call into question the Islamic claim that Muhammad (sa) was a messenger of God, as some Christian missionaries suggest In principle therefore there seems to be no problem in accepting that one of the temporary setback a true prophet of God can suffer is an effect of magic. The Qur`an and the Bible provide examples. In the Qur`an when the magicians called by Pharaoh to contest Moses claim of being a messenger of God gather in the court of the king they throw their ropes and sticks: Then behold! Their ropes and sticks, through their magic, appeared to him as though they moved fast. So Moses conceived fear in him. But We said, Fear not! Surely, you will have upper hand. And throw what is in your right hand. It will swallow what they have fabricated. What they have fabricated is only a magicians trick, and magician never succeeds no matter where his reach (20:66-69). This passage shows that the Prophet Moses (may peace be upon him) was temporarily affected by magic in that, like other people in the court of Pharaoh, he saw the ropes and sticks moving fast and was gripped by fear. In the New Testament the devil tempts the Prophet Jesus for forty days. He has so much power over Jesus body that he took him to Jerusalem and placed him on the pinnacle of the temple (Luke 4:9 = Matt 4:5). One may try to make a distinction between magic harming a prophet and people injuring/ killing him. But there is no real difference between the two. People trying to injure/kill a prophet and a magician trying to harm him are acting as instruments of the same devil. This can also be supported both from the Qur`an and the New Testament. Thus the Qur`an describes those people who fight God and his Messenger as the party of Satan (hizb al-Shaytan) and promises that God and his Messengers will win (58:19:21; see also 6:112). In the New Testament, Jesus describes his Jewish enemies as children of the devil and his instruments (John 8:4244). After the above general comments, let us now look more closely at the story of magical spell on the Holy Prophet. There are three relevant questions: What was the effect of the magic on the Holy Prophet? How long it lasted? How was it removed? The effect is described variously as follows:

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1) The Prophet imagined that he was doing a thing while he was not doing it (yukhayyalu ilayhi anna hu yafalu al-shay`a wa ma yafaluhu). (Muslim 4059)[4] 2) The Prophet imagined that he had done a thing while he had not done it (yukhayyalu ilayhi anna hu kana yaf alu al-shay`a wa ma faalahu) (Bukhari 5321) 3) The Prophet used to think that he had been to his wives when in fact he had not been. (Bukhari 5323, Ibn Hisham[5], p. 362: (Labid) huwa alladhi akhkhadha rasul allah an nisa` hi). A tradition in Ibn Sad(Vol. 2, p. 248-252) adds loss of appetite. 4) Loss or weakening of eyesight. (Ibn Sad, Vol. 2, p. 248-252) Al-Qaadhi 'Iyaadh said: 'The different reports of the above narration clarify that magic affected his body and limbs but it did not affect his mind, heart or belief. Hence, the meaning of the narration ''until he attempts to have intercourse with his wives but then finds himself unable to do so'' this means that he thinks, as he used to when he was active, that he is able to have intercourse with his wives, but when he approaches them, he feels the effect of magic, and therefore, becomes unable to approach them, exactly as a person who is affected by magic. (Fath ul baari)

If the effect was limited to 3) and/or 4) that is, to the Prophets marital relationship and/or loss of appetite and/or loss of eyesight the story is not problematic from a religious point of view. The Prophet could have functioned normally in his duties as a prophet of God despite these alleged physical problems. The story would be problematic from a religious point of view only if we assume that magic affected the Prophet mentally and it lasted for a long period. This brings us to the second of the questions raised above: How long the alleged effect lasted? This is the whole story about siher. If we think carefully to it. all the prophet was accused with same problem that they bewitched. Quran says: So they wonder that a Warner has come to them from among themselves! and the Unbelievers say, "This is a sorcerer telling lies! (swad 4) Is it a matter of wonderment to men that We have sent Our inspiration to a man from among themselves?- that he should warn mankind [of their danger], and give the good news to the Believers that they have before their Lord the lofty rank of truth. [But] say the Unbelievers: "This is indeed an evident sorcerer!" (younus 2) And they say: "What sort of a messenger is this, who eats food, and walks through the streets? Why has not an angel been sent down to him to give admonition with him? Or [Why] has not a treasure been bestowed on him, or why has he [not] agarden for enjoyment?" (furqan 7-8)
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The mushrik(unbelievers)predicate about prophet (sa) that he is a mash hoorbewitched, poet And psycho. Do you agree with them? "Nay," they say, "[these are] medleys of dream! - Nay, He forged it! - Nay, He is [but] a poet! Let him then bring us a Sign like the ones that were sent to [Prophets] of old!" (anbiya 5) For they, when they were told that there is no god except Allah, would puff themselves up with Pride, And say: "What! shall we give up our gods for the sake of a Poet possessed?" (saffaath 35-36)

They say: "O thou to whom the Message is being revealed! truly thou art mad [or possessed]! "Why briniest thou not angels to us if it be that thou hast the Truth?" (al hijer 6-7) Allah replayed to all these alleged things . allah say prophet is a man he could eat food and walking through street like normal people. because he was a human, allah agrees to that but allah dis agree with some alleged things.that follows; Nun. By the Pen and the [Record] which [men] write,Thou art not, by the Grace of thy Lord, mad or possessed. Nay, verily for thee is a Reward unfailing (kalam 1-3) The wicked say: "Ye follow none other than a man bewitched. See what kinds of comparisons they make for thee! But they have gone astray, and never a way will they be able to find! (furqan 8-9) Allah cursed all those people who say prophet was bewitched: We know best why it is they listen, when they listen to thee; and when they meet in private conference, behold, the wicked say, "Ye follow none other than a man bewitched!" See what similes they strike for thee: but they have gone astray, and never can they find a way. (is rah 47-48) I think these description is enough for good people(believer).because they didnt oppose to Quran. they fear about gods word. The word of thy Lord doth find its fulfillment in truth and in justice: None can change His words: for He is the one who hearth and knoweth all. Wert thou to follow the common run of those on earth, they will lead thee away from the way of Allah. They follow nothing but conjecture: they do nothing but lie.(an am 115-116)
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so dont follow the common run, follow Quran.

Say: "I would, if I disobeyed my Lord, indeed have fear of the penalty of a Mighty Day(anam 15 ) But when they forgot the warning they had received, We opened to them the gates of all [good] things, until, in the midst of their enjoyment of Our gifts, on a sudden, We called them to account, when lo! they were plunged in despair! Of the wrong-doers the last remnant was cut off. Praise be to Allah, the Cherisher of the worlds. (anam 44-45) Oh people fear allah, and dont forget these power of your health and wealth are given by allah. so dont say that rasool(sa) was bewitched. The similitude of those who were charged with the [obligations of the] Mosaic Law, but who subsequently failed in those [obligations], is that of a donkey which carries huge tomes [but understands them not]. Evil is the similitude of people who falsify the Signs of Allah: and Allah guides not people who do wrong. (jumua 5) This example is also fit for those people who Carrie Quran but they dont get the meanings of it. so people please study Quran and lead a good life.

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