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Bismillahi Irrahman Irrahiim

Assalamu aleikum wa rahmatulahi wa barakatuh Dear Brothers and Sisters 

 

What are the best books of hadith about djinns? If you have any specific hadiths please be free to post them also into this chain with the reference link.

 

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Salam

 

 

 

 

Can a soul or Jinn bother a human being?

http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/fa3294

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Jinn

Jinn (Arabic: الجن‎, al-jinn), also Romanized as djinn or Anglicized as genies (with the more broad meaning of spirits or demons, depending on source), are supernatural creatures in Islamic mythology and theology as well as early pre-Islamic Arabian mythology. Besides the jinn, Islam acknowledges the existence of demons (Shayāṭīn). The lines between demons and jinn are blurred, since malevolent jinn are also called shayāṭīn.

 

https://www.al-islam.org/ask/topics/7282/questions-about-Jinn

 

8. What Is The Reality Of The Jinn?

https://www.al-islam.org/180-questions-enquiries-about-islam-volume-2-various-issues/8-what-reality-jinn

 

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Can a soul or Jinn bother a human being?

 

For more information you can refer to these sources:

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1-Badruddin bin Abdillah al-Shabliyy, Gharae’b wa Aja’ibul-Jinn, translated by Ibrahim Muhammad al-Jamal.

2- Alirezea Rijali, Jinn va Sheytan.

3- Makarem Shirazi, Owde Arvah.

4- Naser Makarem Shirazi, Ertabat ba Arvah.

http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/fa3294


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1-غرایب و عجایب الجن، بدر الدین بن عبدالله الشبلى، ترجمه و تحقیق و تعلیق ابراهیم محمد الجمل

2-جن و شیطان، علیرضا رجالى، تهران، نشر نبوغ.

3-عود ارواح؛ ناصر مکارم شیرازی.

4-ارتباط با ارواح، ناصر مکارم شیرازی، انتشارات نسل جوان.

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Question 18: Power of Satan and Jinn

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The Etymology of Jinn

The word “jinn” has been used 22 times in the Qur`an. “Jinn” is derived from a word denoting “to hide” or “to be hidden.” Jinn are created from fire or from an amalgam of fire. In the language of the Qur`an, jinn are conscious beings with free will that are hidden from human perception under normal circumstances. Like mankind, jinn are legally accountable to Allah (عزّ وجلّ) and can choose to believe or disbelieve. They will be raised on the Day of Judgment.

 

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Mulla Sadra describes the jinn in the following terms: “Jinn have substantial existence both in this corporeal realm and in the unseen or imaginal world. Now, as for their existence in this world, it is as we explained before—there is no substance that has any type of subtlety and composure whatsoever but that it contains a spirit and a soul which has been infused into it from the source of Pure Activity. Perhaps the reason why jinn can manifest and hide themselves at different times lies in the subtlety of their bodies. They can disperse the components of their bodies and then collate them. When they collate their bodily components, they can be seen. And when they disperse themselves, they become invisible like water vapour which appears like clouds when condensed and disappears when heated.”

Just like human beings, jinn possess a body and spirit and are conscious and have free will. Some are male and others female. They reproduce and are legally accountable to Allah (عزّ وجلّ). They are born and they die. They can choose to believe or disbelieve.

https://www.al-islam.org/faith-and-reason/question-18-power-satan-and-jinn

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