[What is] astonishing is that a person knows his Lord, yet disobeys Him, …and knows Shaytaan, yet obeys him!
If a gathering extends [beyond what is necessary], then there is a share in it for Shaytaan.
Is it permissible to take a woman afflicted with black magic to one of the shaykhs so he can recite upon her?
What is the ruling of performing the ruqyah with the Qur.aan and authentic prayers and supplications of the Prophet ﷺ?
There is a woman suffering from epilepsy, and [at the same time] possessed by a female jinn.
It is claimed that treatment for insanity is to be sought at church, in particular, the church of Mary Jirjis, or from sorcerers and charlatans commonly practising in villages.
They claim that when they were treating one such case, [the angel] Jibreel descended from the sky and helped them drive the jinn out of the patient.
I have heard about a companion [of the Prophet ﷺ) who treated a patient by ruqyah, and was given some sheep in return.
I am a blind man. Every night a number of jinn come to my house and I am very scared of them. I now use a copy of the Qur.aan to keep them away; if I hold it up in their faces, they leave me.
And we are not focusing on mentioning the virtues of the Ahlul-Hadeeth, for indeed their virtues are well known and their merits are many.