Invocations From the Qur'an & Sunnah
Followed By Healing With Legal Incantations
Ar-Ruqiya (Remedy by recitation of Invocations over a patient)
Compiled By Sa'id b. Wahf Al-Qahtani
Translator : Khalifa Ezzat Abu Zeid
Pocket Size Semi-Hardback (Vinyl) 287 Pages
Publisher : Dar Makkah International
The Dua's are in Arabic - Transliteration and & English Translation Meaning
About The Book
This is a very beautiful booklet consists of many authentic Dua's (supplications) for a Muslim to supplicate on a daily basis and on special occasions.
Also Contains the Section Ar-Ruqiya (Remedy by recitation of Invocations over a patient)
Ruqyah (plural: ruqa) derives from the past-tense verb raqa . It consists of words said or written in the form of dud or Dhikr for the purpose of protection or cure. It is sometimes accompanied with other actions, such as blowing or wiping over the thing to which it is applied.
A synonym for ruqyah in Arabic is 'ta'with' and 'ta’withah', from which derives the description 'al-Mu’awwidhat' (the protecting ones) for the last three suras of the Qur’an, and 'al-Mu’awwidhatan' (the two protecting ones) for the last two suras only (cited below).
They are usually referred to in English as spells, charms, incantations, and so on protection and antidote - Ruqya from Black Magic, Jinn, Witchcraft, Sihr, Sorcery, Evil Eye and the like as well as other harmful things.
As humans we are all victims of the satanic onslaught of evil and insidious thoughts. Only the Prophets have been granted immunity and protection from shaytan’s whispers. Such thoughts can range from satanic whispers during our salaah, to questions regarding predestination. The aim of these satanic whispers needs to be understood. Their purpose is to deter one from the remembrance and worship of Allah. A cure for these whispers is contained therein.
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