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    Have you ever thought that jinns exists everywhere. Even they might be sitting beside you.

    Have you ever got a chanceto see or meet the jinns. If you had this experience post it to me. I will be at the "Edingbergh Castle".

    My only question to these jinns are that - if they are there why are they hiding from humans.... why do they have to suffer the pain and angony of the horror stories told to children and make it look as if they are all bad! (((any jinns reeading thissss))


      I had a close shave with a Jinn only to realize that it was a mirror....

      "Only two things are infinite: The universe and human stupidity." I am not quite sure of the universe...



        oay deyhan sey..

        i heard if u talk about jinns,,, they come to that place.

        oh no... bye bye mein bhag raha hounnnnn ! bacchaaaaaooooooooo


          Heres something on jinns which u guys might find interestingThe World of the Jinn

          Throughout history man has always had a deep attraction for the supernatural and
          the unseen. The existence of a world parallel to our own has always fascinated
          people. This world is commonly referred to as the spirit world, and almost every
          Sets of people have some concept of one. With some people, these spirits are no
          more then the souls of dead people- or ghosts. With others, spirits are either
          the forces of good or the forces of evil - both battling against one another to
          gain influence over humanity. However, both of these explanations are more in
          tune with folk tales and fantasy. The true explanation of such a world comes
          from Islam. Like every other way, Islam also claims to explain this realm of the
          unseen. It is from this realm that Islam explains to us about the world of the
          Jinn. The Islamic explanation of the Jinn provides us with so many answers to
          modem day mysteries. Without the knowledge of this world, the Muslims would
          become like the non-Muslims and be running around looking for any old answer to
          come their way. So, who or what are the Jinn?
          The Jinn are beings created with free will, living on earth in a world parallel
          to mankind. The Arabic word Jinn is from the verb 'Janna' which means to hide or
          conceal. Thus, they are physically invisible from man as their description
          suggests. This invisibility is one of the reasons why some people have denied
          their existence. However, (as will be seen) the affect which the world of the
          Jinn has upon our world, is enough to refute this modern denial of one of
          Allah's creation. The origins of the Jinn can be traced from the Qur'an and the
          Sunnah. Allah says:
          "Indeed We created man from dried clay of black smooth mud. And We created the
          Jinn before that from the smokeless flame of fire"
          (Surah Al-Hijr 15:26-27)
          Thus the Jinn were created before man. As for their physical origin, then the
          Prophet (saws) has confirmed the above verse when he said: "The Angels were
          created from light and the Jinn from smokeless fire" [1]. It is this description
          of the Jinn which tells us so much about them. Because they were created from
          fire, their nature has generally been fiery and thus their relationship with man
          has been built upon this. Like humans, they too are required to worship Allah
          and follow Islam. Their purpose in life is exactly the same as ours, as Allah
          "I did not create the Jinn and mankind except to worship Me"
          (Surah Ad-Dairyman 51:56)
          Jinns can thus be Muslims or non-Muslims. However, due to their fiery nature the
          majority of them are non-Muslims. All these non-Muslim Jinns form a part of the
          army of the most famous Jinn, Iblis- the Shaytan[2]. Consequently, these
          disbelieving Jinns are also called Shaytans (devils). As for the Jinns who
          become Muslims, then the first of them did so in the time of the Prophet (saws)
          when a group of them were amazed by the recitation of the Qur'an. Allah orders
          the Prophet to tell the people of this event:
          "Say (O' Muhammed): It has been revealed to me that a group of Jinn listened
          and said; 'Indeed we have heard a marvellous Qur'an. It guides unto
          righteousness so we have believed in it, and we will never make partners with
          our lord'"
          (Surah Al-Jinn 72:1-2)
          In many aspects of their world, the Jinn are very similar to us. They eat and
          drink, they marry, have children and they die. The life span however, is far
          greater then ours. Like us, they will also be subject to a Final Reckoning by
          Allah the Most High. They will be present with mankind on the Day of Judgement
          and will either go to Paradise or Hell.
          That which clearly distinguishes the Jinn from mankind, are their powers and
          abilities. Allah has given them these powers as a test for them. If they oppress
          others with them, then they will be held accountable. By knowing of their
          powers, we can often make sense of much of the mysteries which go on around us.
          One of the powers of the Jinn, is that they are able to take on any physical
          form they like. Thus, they can appear as humans, animals trees and anything
          else. Over the last few years the interest in the subject of aliens and UFO's
          has become heightened. Programmes such as the X-files and the Outer limits have
          increased the popularity of the theory that aliens exist. Thousands of people
          have sighted strange looking creatures all over the world. These sightings
          however, have still not proven substantially that aliens exist. Rather - and it
          seems more plausible all the sightings of such creatures were just Jinns
          parading in different forms. So the next time you see something that looks like
          E.T, its most probably just a wicked Jinn trying to scare and confuse you!
          The ability to possess and take over the minds and bodies of other creatures is
          also a power which the Jinn have utilised greatly over the centuries. This
          however, is something which has been prohibited to them as it is a great
          oppression to possess another being. Human possession is something which has
          always brought about great attention. But the true knowledge of this subject is
          rare amongst the people. Over the last 3 decades the subject of possession has
          become very commercialised. During the 70's films such as The Exorcist and
          Rosemary's Baby were used to educate people about possession. However, because
          such institutions (the film industry) were heavily influenced by Christianity,
          knowledge of the subject was non-existent. Rather then educate people about Jinn
          possession, films such as The Exorcist just tended to scare the living daylights
          out of us![3] Only through Islam can we understand such a phenomena. We know as
          Muslims, that Jinns possess people for many reasons. Sometimes it is because the
          Jinn or its family has been hurt accidentally. It could be because the Jinn has
          fallen in love with the person. However, most of the time possession occurs
          because the Jinn is simply malicious and wicked. For this reason we have been
          told by the Prophet (saws) not to loiter in those places where the Jinns reside,
          e.g. graveyards, ruins, deserts, market places etc. We have also been commanded
          to recite the Qur'an frequently in our houses as the Prophet (saws) said:
          "Indeed, the shaytan flees from the house in which Surah Al-Baqarah (the 2nd
          chapter of the Qur'an) is recited" [4].
          If a person does become possessed, then the name of Allah has to be used in
          expelling the Jinn. If we look at the practice of the Prophet and his
          companions, we find many duas (supplications) to exorcise the Jinn. All these
          duas invoke Allah to help the possessed person. How contrary this is to many
          modern-day exorcists. Many exorcists, Muslim and non-Muslim, often invoke the
          names of others besides Allah to exorcise the Jinn[5]. When the Jinn does leave,
          these people believe that their way was successful. However, this is a ploy of
          the Jinn, as it knows that if it obeys the exorcist, then it has succeeded in
          making him worship others besides Allah i.e. commit shirk. The Jinn often
          returns when the exorcist leaves, as it knows that nothing except the words of
          Allah can stop it from oppressing others.
          It is not only humans which are possessed, but also animals, trees and other
          objects. By doing this, the evil Jinn hope to make people worship others besides
          Allah. The possession of idols is one way to do this. Not so long ago the
          world-wide phenomenon of Hindu idols drinking milk, shocked the world. From
          Bombay to London, Delhi to California, countless idols were lapping up milk.
          Ganesh[6] the elephant god, Hanuman the monkey god and even Shiva lingam, the
          male private organ(!), all seemed to guzzle down the milk as if there was no
          tomorrow! Unfortunately people were taken in by this (including Muslims) and
          many flocked to feed (?) the Hindu gods. Anyone who knows about Jinn possession,
          will undoubtedly know that this is a classic attempt to make people commit
          shirk. And it worked, as many people started to worship these lifeless pieces of
          wood and marble. Anyone with half a brain would say to themselves, 'why on earth
          does a god need to be fed?!! Surely if Ganesh, Hanuman or Shiva were divine then
          they wouldn't need feeding?' However, such common sense seemed to be lacking as
          the Jinns played havoc with these gullible people.
          The Occult
          Through their powers of flying and invisibility, the Jinn are the chief
          component in occult activities. Voodoo, Black magic, Poltergeists, Witchcraft
          and Mediums can all be explained through the world of the Jinn. Likewise, so can
          the illusions and feats of magicians. Because the Jinn can traverse huge
          distances over a matter of seconds, their value to magicians is great. In return
          for helping them in their magic, the Jinns often ask for the magicians to sell
          their souls to them and even to Iblis. Thus the magicians take the Jinn and
          Iblis as lords besides Allah. In our day, some of the feats performed by
          magicians and entertainers are without doubt from the assistance of the Jinn.
          Making the Statue of Liberty disappear, flying across the Grand Canyon and
          retrieving a ship from the Bermuda Triangle[7], have all been done by the Jewish
          magician David Copperfield. There is NO way that a man could do such things
          without the assistance of the Jinn. It would not be surprising therefore, if
          David Copperfield had sold his soul to Iblis himself. Because of their
          involvement with the Jinn, and its result in shirk, the Prophet (saws) said:
          "The prescribed punishment for the magician is that he be executed by the sword"
          [8]. Some may argue that this is barbaric, but if, the likes of David
          Copperfield truly had powers, then they could just put their heads back on
          One of the most frequent activities associated with the Jinn, is fortune
          telling. Before the advent of the Prophet (saws) fortune-tellers and soothsayers
          were wide spread. These people would use their associates from the Jinn to find
          out about the future. The Jinns would go to the lowest heaven and listen to the
          Angels conversing amongst themselves about events of the Future which they heard
          from Allah. The Jinns would then inform the fortune-tellers. This is why before
          the time of the Prophet (saws) many fortune-tellers were very accurate in their
          predictions. However, upon the Prophet's arrival the heavens were guarded
          intensely by the Angels, and any Jinn who tried to listen was attacked by
          meteors (shooting stars):
          "And We have guarded it (the heavens) from every accursed devil, except one
          who is able to snatch a hearing and he is pursued by a brightly burning flame"
          (Surah Al-Hijr 15:18)
          The Prophet (saws) also said: "They (the Jinn) would pass the information back
          down until it reaches the lips of a magician or forrtune-teller Sometimes a
          meteor would overtake them before they could pass it on. If they passed it on
          before being struck, they would add to it a hundred lies" [9]. Thus, it is clear
          from this as to how fortune-tellers get predictions of the future right. It is
          also evident as to why they get so many wrong. Men like Nostradamus[10] are an
          example, as some of his predictions of the future were correct whilst many were
          completely wrong. Unfortunately, the amount of fortune telling which occurs
          amongst the Muslims is also increasing. By visiting Muslim lands such as
          Morocco, one is able to see as to how much inter Jinn-fortune-teller activity
          there really is. If you look up at the sky on a clear night in Morocco, you will
          see the heavens ablaze with shooting stars! A clear display of the devils being
          chased away from the heavens.
          Fortune-tellers also operate through the Qareen. The Qareen is the Jinn
          companion which is assigned to every human being. It is this Jinn which whispers
          to our base desires and constantly tries to divert us from righteousness. The
          Prophet (saws) said: "Everyone of you has been assigned a companion from the
          Jinn. The companions asked: Even you O' Messenger of Allah? And the Prophet
          replied: Even me, except that Allah has helped me against him and he has
          submitted. Now he only tells me to do good" [11]. Because the Qareen is with a
          person all his life, it knows all that has happened to the person from the
          cradle to the grave. By making contact with the Qareen, the fortune-teller is
          thus able to make out that it is he who knows about the person. He looks in his
          crystal ball or the palm of a person and proceeds to amaze him with knowledge
          which no one else knows[12]. The severity of going to a fortune-teller is such
          that the Prophet (saws) said: "The prayer of one who approaches a fortune-teller
          and asks him about anything, will not be accepted for forty days or nights" [13]
          and: "Whosoever approaches a fortune-teller and believes in what he says, has
          disbelieved in what was revealed to Muhammed" [14]
          The effects of the Jinn are not just limited to fortune-tellers. Other
          activities such as oujia boards and seances, which are used to contact the dead,
          are manipulated by the Jinn. 'Are you there Charlie? Speak to us Charlie!!' are
          the sort of words spoken by anxious relatives (names are obviously different!)
          seeking to make contact with their loved ones. And it is when the Jinn starts to
          talk and communicate as 'Charlie', that the people are truly fooled[15].
          One of the biggest manipulations of the Jinn is through visions. Through these
          visions the Jinns are more likely to lead people away from the worship of Allah
          then any other way. When a person sees a vision in front of his eyes it is
          something which is very hard to explain away. Only by having knowledge of the
          world of the Jinn and conviction in Allah, can a person fight such a trial. The
          countless numbers of visions of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary over the
          centuries has been a popular choice for the devils. It almost seems as if
          leading Christians astray is the most easiest trick for the Jinns! Not only are
          Christians fooled by these visions, but often the Jinns possess and begin to
          talk from their voices. To the Christians this is known as the tongues of the
          Angels and thus a proof for their faith. However, the amount of unintelligible
          nonsense and rubbish which is heard is a clear proof that this is in fact the
          tongues of the devils! For other people, visions of their parents or relatives
          are commonplace. By taking on the form of peoples parents, the Jinns can
          convince people that the souls of dead people still mix with the people of the
          earth. This is why so many people believe in ghosts.
          The onslaught of satanic visions has also hit the Muslims. Many Muslims claim to
          have seen visions of the Prophet Muhammed (saws) and even Allah! By doing this,
          Shaytan is able to lead astray the weak Muslims. Through such visions, Muslims
          are often told that the commands of Islam are not applicable to them. The Jinns
          tell them that Prayer, Fasting, Hajj etc. are not obligatory for them. It is a
          great deception and unfortunately one which has been very effective. The extent
          of satanic visions still continues to this day. The recent death of Diana
          Princess of Wales sparked off great love and adoration for this woman. In fact
          the grief of the British people was such, that it was as if Diana was something
          divine. No sooner had the mourning of Diana reached its peak, that visions of
          her were already being seen at Hampton Court Palace! If these visions did occur,
          the desire of Iblis and his army of Jinn to capitalise on this event, was
          evident. Such visions are clear attempts by Iblis to lead mankind away from the
          path of Allah [16].
          The world of the Jinn is one which is both sinister and intriguing. By knowing
          of this world we can explain many of the mysteries and issues which bother us.
          By doing this we can avoid the extremes which the people have gone to; nothing
          being more extreme then worshipping others besides Allah. By learning the
          Tawheed of Allah, we defend ourselves from these hidden allies of Iblis:
          "Indeed he (Iblis) and his tribe watch you from a position where you cannot
          see them"
          (Surah Al-A'raf 7:27)
          Maybe there is a Jinn sitting in the corner of your room right now, or even one
          behind you. If so, then how will you deal with this creation of Allah? Learn
          Islam properly and you will be able to deal with all of Allah's creation - and
          not just the Jinn. By becoming true Muslims and followers of Islam, the fear of
          Iblis, Jinns and anything else will leave us - nothing will touch the Believer
          unless Allah wills.

          1 Reported by Muslim - Eng. Trans. Vol. 4, p.1540, No.7134
          2 It must be remembered that Iblis is a Jinn and not an Angel. The concept of
          the Devil being a fallen Angel is from Christianity and not Islam.
          3 In fact when The Exorcist was first shown on cinema, it was so scary that many
          people fainted and one even died!
          4 Authentic - Reported by Tirmidhee
          5 Whilst Christians invoke the name of Jesus, many Muslims invoke the name of
          pious Muslim saints! The rituals which are conducted by many Muslims are more
          akin to voodoo then the exorcism practised by the Prophet and his companions!!
          6 Ganesh, the elephant headed deity, seemed to be the biggest drinker! In fact
          it didn't just stop at milk. At the time of these occurrences, a woman in India
          decided to see if Ganesh would drink anything else - so she offered him
          whiskey!! And Lo and behold Ganesh drank the Whiskey!!! Suffice to say, the
          woman was kicked out of India.
          7 The ship which was recovered was more then 50 years old. It subsequently
          caught alight and was conveniently destroyed.
          8 Authentic - Reported by Tirmidhee
          9 Reported by Bukhari - Eng. Trans. Vol.7, p.439, No.657
          10 Michel de Nostradamus was a famous French soothsayer of the 16th century.
          11 Reported by Muslim - Eng. Trans. Vol.4, p.1472, No.6757
          12 The classic example of how fortune tellers can be wrong is the case of Diana,
          Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed. Both went to see a fortune teller who told
          Diana that she would live a long and happy life. A few weeks later, on August
          31st 1997, Diana and Dodi Fayed were dead. After this the fortune tellers flew
          for cover, as their evil art showed its decadence.
          13 Reported by Muslim - Eng. Trans. Vol.4, p.1211, No.5540
          14 Authentic - Reported by Ahmed
          15 Ouija boards are so misleading, that people have even managed to get in touch
          with the spirit of Jack the Ripper!!
          16 An informative book on the world of the Jinn is Ibn Taymeeyah's Essay on the
          Jinn translated by Abu Ameenah Bilal Phillips.


            i recently received a picture of a jinn in a cave from my friend through the email. coincidently it is the same picture that my uncles friends took in a cave in yemen. his friends took pictures inside the cave and when they developed the film they saw a picture of a jin. the shape of the body is similar to ours but their hands and legs are different, and they also have big red eyes.
            it is currently been put in the british newspapers-somehow they got hold of it. i thank god that i am a muslim and allah has blessed us with the knowledge of jinns, whereas these kuffar are too busy finding explanations!