Is getting in touch and trying to communicate with the jinns Bad and is it Haram or forbidden for a muslim to talk with jinns?

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  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    I don't know if it's haram, but even if it isn't, I would not recommend it unless you absolutely know what you're doing. Some of the jinn are really powerful and can be every bit as malicious as human beings often are. That being said, most jinn are not particularly interested in interacting with humans and many of the ones who are aren't doing it because they want to help or make friends, but because they want to cause harm or mischief, or they believe that they can get something they want in the process. If you're not careful, a malevolent jinn can absolutely ruin you, even if they do end up assisting you at some point. If you do decide to interact with one, don't think for a moment that they're there to serve you or that you have any sort of mastery over them, since it does not work like that even remotely.

    Of course, it would be wrong to say that the jinn are inherently evil, many aren't and would never hurt someone unless it was to help someone else or in retaliation for a wrong committed against them. Some jinn will even fight tooth and nail to protect a human they care about. So it isn't like they're all bad or anything like that, but the ones who do interact with humans often don't have our best interests in mind. I don't think most people who encounter jinn even realize it or they know the jinn by another word. It isn't unheard of for a jinn to adopt a persona, such as a god or goddess, or a deceased relative, in order to get into someone's comfort zone, especially when they have an ulterior motive or malicious intentions driving them to interact with a human at all. Also, keep in mind that while jinn aren't necessarily more intelligent than humans, the ones you're most likely to engage with usually do have some degree of telepathic ability and those jinn who do intend to do harm can absolutely use that ability against you. Cases of jinn possession, however, generally do not occur; most of the time it is just a misidentified mental health issue. Still, if you aren't prepared to deal with a jinn, don't even try until you're absolutely ready and know what you're getting yourself into.

  • 10 months ago

    They will hundred percent ruin your life. Seek help only from God 

  • Mintee
    Lv 7
    10 months ago

    God has set out moral codes of conduct, commandments for all his creations.. Jinns have them also.. they are specifically not to bother humans, contact us, or talk with us.. so the ones that do, are sinning in their own community and religion.. there are muslim jinns, christian jinns, atheist jinns etc etc.. so if you get one to talk to you, beware, they are doing a bad thing, and therefore, might attach themselves to you and do more harm to you..

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    you would be better off talking to the Fairies and Goblins in the Bottom of my garden

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  • 10 months ago

    Yes it's a major sin whether the jinn is good or bad. This sin will really take over your life . Don't communicate with jinns or angels . The very least you can do with angels is just say Salaam and that's it . Don't ever communicate with jinns and angels .

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    haram or not it is very dangerous to try

    to contact jinns because they will kill you

    Edit: they are invisible and have the strength

    of hundred humans

    by killing a human being they think your soul will

    be able to join them

  • Justin
    Lv 7
    10 months ago

    "Mister Aladdin sir, what will your pleasure be? I'm in the mood to help you dude, you ain't never had a friend like me."

    Jinns are demons, so yes, it is bad. Hollywood makes it look like more fun than it actually is. Basically, jinns offer something temporary and highly enjoyable for something permanent and unenjoyable. They just don't emphasize the last part until later. 

    Muslims forbid these 'arrangements' as haram, classifying them as sorcery and demon-worship. 

  • Cogito
    Lv 7
    10 months ago

    Jinns are fictional.  They don't exist.

    That's all superstitious nonsense.

  • 10 months ago

    Kiraman and Katibin

    Without learning God one is susceptible to the Kat Bin. Usually after being met at every 'Imp'Pass

    Suffice to say, since when did the Canaanites or the Edom'Mites leave Egypt and Yerope, or the United State for that shiny matter if Satans Lie-Bury runs out of books, and the thespian found a cure for his or her protozoa critters?

    Or did superman not fall from his horse?

    They call them Christians too.

    Yet the b0nking paster Brown burned his church down along with his adulterous and polygamous parishioners

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