they are all fine in that sense. to me it seems like they are just looking for a scapegoat for their problems and one has been presented to them by some moulana in india who claims that some woman in their family is doing sihr on them.
a member of the family had suddenly fallen ill overnight and was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. the surgery was successful but the illness has left some health problems which they are working on. a young member of the family has ongoing behavioural problems since he was a small child. couple of other members of the family claim to be constantly affected by general illness. according to the alim this is all due to sihr.
the person who contacted me regarding this is a lot more level headed than the rest of the family and asked for my mashwera. i said i will consult others. please tell me the procedure whereby they can check themselves. jazakallah khair.
I feel like making some burgers tonight. However I do not have minced meat at home and a bit busy to go to the butchers, though I have loads of boneless beef pieces in the freezer. Is it fine to let the pieces thaw and then put it in a blender to mince the meat?
I used a guy recently to cross check whether someone was affected or not, he was recommended through an alim, the amil is Bengali and is based in Birmingham by the name of Maulana Abdul Rabb. He don't charge anything but says if you want to give some hadyiah then you can give it to his Madrassah ( it can be any amount that's easy for you )
His basic ilaaj is alright and not to stringent. Basically it's 4 quls, Adhaan at certain times and Surah Baqarah etc.
For anything other than basic ilaaj, he gives permission for some amaliyat amals and that I wouldn't recommend, for the basics or to get yourself checked out he's fine.
If you want his number drop me a PM
However bro Muadh's recommendation is also good but unfortunately most people won't be bothered to sit around for ages listening to Ruqya. Even if they do they'll still want to double check as its rare 2 Amils tell you the same thing.
Agreed akhii, they should be avoided as much as possible.
Too many dodgy ones about these days, there's one in Dewsbury (not linked with the markaz ) he charges 50£ just to check you out, and before doing so he asks for the money to be transferred to him via paypal first.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.
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