This paper aims to explore the various sentiments conveyed by a chapter of the Qur’an, across ten existing English translations. A standard set of proposed methods was used to assess the individual sentiments in each of the translated chapters.
Some of the companions of the Prophet dipped stamps with Islamic supplications and verses in water for Ruqyah purposes. This method is also permissible, provided that certain conditions are met.
All praise belongs to Allah The Most High, and may He make us of those who seek to achieve His reward. I testify that there is no god except Him and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
Ruqyah is an extremely effective method of dawah, both within the Ummah and to non-Muslims. It is a way of showing that tawhid has triumphed over shirk, and is one of the best ways of introducing the fundamentals of Islam to those who are new to it.
There are many types of ruqyah, including those that use verses and supplications of the Quran. However, some of these methods are not considered permissible according to the scholars. For example, some people write verses of the Quran on stamps dipped in water containing saffron, then sell these to their patients for recovery using it- this is not permitted because it is a form of false advertising and a violation of the rules of Ruqyah Ash Shar’eeya.
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It isn’t permissible to write verses of the Quran and Islamic supplications in stamps dipped in water containing saffron, then these stamps are sold to people for recovery using Ruqyah Ash Shar’eeyah, because this doesn’t fulfill one of the conditions of Ruqyah Ash Shar’eeyah, which is writing the words of Allaah The Almighty on a pure object then washing this writing and drinking its washing water.
Firstly, take the ta’weez out of its container and put it on a tray. Place the tray in a bowl of ruqyah water and rub off all the soluble ink on the surface of the ta’weez. Burn the ta’weez and bury the ashes in clean earth.
Ruqyah is the healing of jinn with verses or Islamic supplications that are written in stamps or on any purified object and then washed and drank. These verses and supplications must be written clearly on the paper or other object and be free from unknown words, names and signs.
It is also permissible to use supplications rather than Quranic verses, but these should be comprehensible and not contain polytheism. Some scholars have considered that this is an innovation in the religion, while others have cited a Hadeeth narrated on the authority of Ibn ‘Abbaas stating that it is permissible to seek remedy by using things other than the Names of Allah, or the Book of Allah, provided that they do not harm the person or bring them to shirk.
To use this ruqyah, write the 45 Ayats of the Quran in soluble printed taweez and then dissolve them in a small amount of Zam Zam or normal water. Recite over it or place it in the water as instructed above.
Ruqyah is a unique and effective way of making dawah, both to the Muslim community and non-Muslims. It demonstrates the power of tawhid over shirk in an easily observable manner. It also demonstrates the power of the Quran over all other books and scriptures, and shows that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
To use ruqyah, dilute the dissolved printed quran in water and read over it. Use the resulting water for drinking, bathing, and spraying around your home. You can also add ayats from the quran that are known to work on specific types of sihr, such as ayat al-kursi or surah al-an naba. There are 45 ayats that have been found to be effective on different types of sihr, see the table below for details. Please make sure that the ayats are recited in a clear voice and on a clean, unblemished ta’weez. Otherwise, they will not be effective. dissolvable quran ruqyah paper