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I'm wondering a long time as I purposely avoid as much contact as possible from non-muslims about the signs I need to have to be a real believer and a convincer to non-muslims to convert to islam before it is too late?

Can I summon jinns or ask for appearances from malaikah(angels) so that I become a strict muslim?

Would it be permissible to do so?

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  • i cannot understand 1st sentence – qdinar Jan 18 at 18:32
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because we are not a fatwa site – Jamila Jan 19 at 8:27
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  1. Allah (ﷻ) placed signs all throughout creation that Islam is the true religion. Qur'an 45:3:

إن في السماوات والأرض لآيات للمؤمنين (Indeed, within the heavens and earth are signs for the believers)

So even before asking Allah (ﷻ) for a sign, already the signs are all around you. Truth be told, the natural order of the world itself debunks many human theories. That is just 1 sign of countless.

Nevertheless, despite the signs being all around us, is it still okay to ask Allah (ﷻ) for a sign? Yes. Even Prophet Abraham عليه السلام asked Allah (ﷻ) for a sign to be more firm in faith.

وإذ قال إبراهيم رب أرني كيف تحيي الموتى قال أولم تؤمن قال بلى ولكن ليطمئن قلبي قال فخذ أربعة من الطير فصرهن إليك ثم اجعل على كل جبل منهن جزءا ثم ادعهن يأتينك سعيا واعلم أن الله عزيز حكيم And (remember) when Ibrahim (Abraham) said, "My Lord! Show me how You give life to the dead." He (Allah) said: "Do you not believe?" He [Ibrahim (Abraham)] said: "Yes (I believe), but to be stronger in Faith.." -Qur'an 2:260.

Both Muslims and non-Muslims can ask ALLAH (ﷻ) for a sign; indeed, some non-Muslims do and are guided to Islam thereby.. because of their dua, their seeking guidance and good within them.

  1. What's NOT permissible to do is to go summoning Jinn for a sign. Because from among the Jinn, usually the devils descend and what they descend with is lies and deceit. So it being haram, that would be a major sin on you to summon them and then you would be deceived and misguided.

As for Angels, we do not see them in their true forms. So if you're hoping for that as a sign, it is not going to happen. -- Your only option is asking Allah (ﷻ) for a sign. And there are various ways He may send one.

  1. Keep in mind, even if these signs benefit you... becoming a "convincer of non-Muslims to accept Islam" is going to take more than just showing them signs. Some people see signs and yet they do not accept them!

سأصرف عن آياتي الذين يتكبرون في الأرض بغير الحق وإن يروا كل آية لا يؤمنوا بها وإن يروا سبيل الرشد لا يتخذوه سبيلا وإن يروا سبيل الغي يتخذوه سبيلا ذلك بأنهم كذبوا بآياتنا وكانوا عنها غافلين (I will turn away from My signs those who are arrogant upon the earth without right; and if they should see every sign, they will not believe in it. And if they see the way of consciousness, they will not adopt it as a way; but if they see the way of error, they will adopt it as a way. That is because they have denied Our signs and they were heedless of them) - Qur'an 7:146).

You will have to be well-equipped in both Islamic knowledge as well as the views/arguments that they have! -- I have debated many non-Muslims for the past few years (mostly atheists and Christians). Some of them, despite conceding that I was making valid points, did not accept the conclusion. Lesson: Guidance does not come unless they want it.

I hope this answers your question. In summary, yes... you can ask Allah (ﷻ) for a sign.

  • Thanks for answering and clarifying the uncertainty I had. I hope you inspire others with giving such an elaborated answer. You got my admiration, thank you again. – user24306 Jul 4 '18 at 21:13
  • I forgot to mention that there are good jinns too, right? I'm vey willing to talk to one of those creatures. – user24306 Jul 5 '18 at 6:12
  • When there's a handful of good Jinn in a sea of bad Jinns, when you go chasing them you will most definitely run into the bad ones and they will deceive you by making you think they are good! - So STOP chasing Jinn. or it will destroy you. Furthermore, your faith will never be strong unless you have FAHM (understanding) and ILM (knowledge). These are the things you should be seeking.. and this doesn't come from Jinn; it comes from studying the Qur'an/Sunnah. – Muslimah يا رب العالمين Jul 7 '18 at 3:11
  • I only want to seek proofs that non-muslims will defintely believe in, because the signs like natural order, the beauty of this world and others similar to that are either inherent in the evolution theory of Charles Darwin or not sufficient enough for them. – user24306 Jul 7 '18 at 6:41
  • Non-Muslims saw the moon split and they still disbelieved. Moral of this story: tThey will not believe anything if they don't want to. Trust me, anything you show them... they will have an excuse for (e.g., "hallucinations", "holograms" etc). – Muslimah يا رب العالمين Jul 7 '18 at 7:01