Questions tagged [evil-eye]

Arabic: العين sight which includes envy and causes harm to the one who is seen by it.

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What is Islamic view of evil eye?

Does the concept of evil eye (nazar) have a place in Islam? If so, what does Islam think about it? How can one get protected from it? Could Blue eyes protect one from evil eye according to Islam?
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Can Jinns (shaytan, iblees) read your thoughts and feelings?

I feel that my question has been answered lighly here. The answer to this question would lead to sub questions that changes due to the answer of this question. First, can Jinns/Shayatin/Iblees read ...
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Does the evil eye only affect muslims?

I've been taught and I have also read that the evil eye is real. What I don't understand is that there are many many extremely rich and wealthy non Muslims, who many many people will envy. Why don't ...
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Is the practice of "melting lead and pouring it into cold water over the head" from Islam?

There are some people that melt lead and pour it into cold water over a person's head believing that this would cure nazar and/or evil spiritual illness. If you don't understand what I mean, see this ...
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Is Hijama(Cupping) related to black magic?

As Salam Alikum, Is Hijama helpful in removing black magic or sihr? I read somewhere that after a jinn leaves a human body, the magic(sihr), remains back. How far is this correct? Also, can cupping ...
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The correct procedure for dealing with the evil eye

I have read this with regards to the evil eye here however it seems to explain how to protect yourself from the evil eye. However how does one cure the evil eye once one believes he or she has been ...
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Why aren't nazar and black magic considered as shirk?

Salam aleykum, the question stands above. Both nazar and black magic base on another power other than Allah's, so why is it not considered as shirk? In fact, Islam even tells to be careful about it, ...
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Black thread on wrist to ward off evil eye

My wife had wrapped my son wrist with black thread, according to her that it will keep him away from evil eye, I quoted her one of PBUH hadith from isalmqa but she said it is on amulets, Tawiz and not ...
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feeling sick since 2017. how to tell if this is an evil eye/ magic or mental suffering?

I've been putting this question out there for a while on this platform, but unfortunately, no one has responded. I'm seeking suggestions from anyone. I'm uncertain about identifying whether it's the ...
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Giving ghusl water to our children to cure evil eye

I am aware of a hadith where Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) instructed a person to give his bath water (water he used to wash his body) to another person (I don't know if he was a Sahabi) because it was ...
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Islam on Blue Evil Eye bracelets

There is no doubt Islam has mentioned, evil eyes. But there are some bracelets and lockets containing evil eyes. I asked one of my Turkish friends, why do they wear that, she said - "It attracts ...
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Can you commit shirk and evil eye in the mind?

I have really bad anxiety and I think I have intrusive thoughts/OCD. I have these awful thoughts that disrespects Allah(SWT) and I am scared. I keep doing my shahada because these thoughts sometimes ...
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