Answered by Shaykh Jamir Meah
Question: Assalamu alaykum
I am continuously sexually assaulted by a jinn. I am getting poor health and eating less. How I can get rid of this?
Answer: Assalam ‘alaykum. Thank you for writing in.
Dealing with Jinns is a serious affair which requires expert treatment. It is also often difficult to differentiate between genuine jinn possession and mental health issues. For this reason, it is imperative you seek professional help.
While it is very difficult to ascertain the details of your case and offer assistance long distance, perhaps the following 6 steps will be of help:
1. Ensure that there is nothing unlawful in your life, including the food you eat, relationships, listening to music, unlawful dancing, what you watch, and other sins. Jinns attack those who have ‘gaps’ in their religion.
2. Make sure you are saying your daily supplications and Quranic versus during the day and night, such as when entering the bathroom, before sleep, when waking up etc. These are the daily fortifications to the gaps in one’s religion.
3. Ensure that your prayers and other worship is sound and on time, and that you focus in them. Read some Quran daily and have a wird of dhikr you recite every day, morning and night. For example, you may read Imam al Haddad’s Wird al Latif, or Imam al Nawawi’s wird. These can be found online.
4. Seek out the person who you said originally helped you in this condition.
5. Seek out professional medical help from a psychotherapist or similar. Homeopathy can be an immense help in these cases. Homeopathy is widespread in your country so you should have no problem, however, seek out well known and reliable homeopaths.
6. Refer to the following posts that consist of further advice and recommended supplications and Quranic verses to recite for protection:
May Allah grant you protection and cure.
[Shaykh] Jamir Meah
Shaykh Jamir Meah grew up in Hampstead, London. In 2007, he traveled to Tarim, Yemen, where he spent nine years studying the Islamic sciences on a one-to-one basis under the foremost scholars of the Ribaat, Tarim, with a main specialization and focus on Shafi’i fiqh. In early 2016, he moved to Amman, Jordan, where he continues advanced studies in a range of Islamic sciences, as well as teaching. Jamir is a qualified homeopath.