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I was searching for Ways of Treating Magic. I found an answer in islamqa

It said we should read

"Surat al-Fatihah, Ayat al-Kursiy, Surat al-A’araf verse 106-122, Surat Yoonus verse 79-82, Surat Ta-Ha verse 65-69, Surat al-Kaafirun, Surat al-Ikhlas and al-Mu’awwadhatayn."

However, it did not mention Why these Ayats are used to perform Ruqyah.

As far I know "Surat al-Fatihah, Ayat al-Kursiy, and al-Mu’awwadhatayn" is very important to protect from bad stuff.

But I could not find anything regarding reading "Surat al-Kaafirun, Surat al-Ikhlas, Surat al-A’araf verse 106-122, Surat Yoonus verse 79-82, Surat Ta-Ha verse 65-69" to perform ruqyah.

Can you please give reference to these Surahs and Ayats to be recited to perform ruqyah. Or, at least explain when these Surahs and Ayats are prescribed by the sheikhs to perform ruqyah or cure Magic.

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Upon further reading on alifta.com, I found that

All the Glorious Qur'an is blessed and can be recited as Ruqyah. Al-Fatihah (Opening Chapter of the Qur'an), Ayat-ul-Kursy, Surah Al-Ikhlas and Al-Mu`awwidhatayn can be recited as Ruqyah

I am still to find out why Surat al-Ikhlas and Surat al-Kaafirun are specifically prescribed for Ruqyah.

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All Quranic verses on the topic of sihr are effective weapons against it.

Surat al-A’araf verse 106-122
Surat Yoonus verse 79-82
Surat Ta-Ha verse 65-69

Are all about Moses defeating Pharaoh's magicians and several thousand magicians falling down in prostration in awe of Allah's power, so naturally they are included.

  • Salam and welcome to IslamSE the Q&A site about Islam. To learn more about our site and model consider taking the tour and checking our help center. – Medi1Saif Aug 28 '18 at 6:35
  • And why Surat al-Kaafirun & Surat al-Ikhlas are used to perform Ruqyah? Is there any reference for these two Surats? – blueray Aug 28 '18 at 9:20
  • @blueray hm as for surat al-Ikhlas finding evidences the matter is easy. – Sassir Aug 28 '18 at 19:51
  • @Sassir can you please direct me to the evidence why Surat al-Ikhlas is used to perform Ruqyah – blueray Aug 29 '18 at 5:15
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This might not directly answer your question, but as far as I've looked it up, there are very few resources about recommending those verses against sihr. Instead, there are several resources in sunnah which recommend the two Surats: Falaq and Nas, as well as -of course Tohid.

For example in Al-Tirmidhi (2058) it says:

The Prophet (PBUH) was constantly seeking safety and guard from God against Jinn and bad eyes and bad things, until the Lord gave him Mauzat (i.e. Falaq and Nas) and so he kept up these verses afterwards and quit the others.

  • Salam and welcome to IslamSE the Q&A site about Islam. To learn more about our site and model consider taking the tour and checking our help center. Do you have any online resource for that hadith I was not able to find it so far. – Medi1Saif Aug 28 '18 at 11:42
  • Alaikom-al-salam @Medi1Saif . Yes I have, but it's in Persian and on the bottom of this page – polfosol Aug 28 '18 at 11:49
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    Added a link with a better translation! Note my understanding of the question is that OP is more looking for references for the verses from the other surahs that put them in relation to sihr/ruqya. – Medi1Saif Aug 28 '18 at 11:53
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    Thanks @Medi1Saif and God bless. As I said in the beginning, this was not a direct answer. And my personal impression is, Mauzat is more than enough for protection against those stuff. – polfosol Aug 28 '18 at 12:01
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    @blueray see for example in (Riadu as-Saliheen) it is acceptable to rely on da'if hadith in case of a good matter and as long as it is not a worship, but it is better to declare it being da'if. Most of the referneces you may find on your inquiry will hardly be stronger than hassen or hassan li ghayrih (a da'if hadith that can only be strengthen due to other similar narrations) – Medi1Saif Aug 29 '18 at 6:15

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