Throughout history humankind has been attracted to the supernatural. Spirits, ghosts and many other strange creatures have filled our minds and captured our imaginations. Strange and beguiling spectres have at times lead people to commit the greatest of all sins - Shirk. So are these spirits real? Are they more than just figments of our imagination, or shadows moulded from smoke and illusion? Well, according to Muslims they are very real. Spirits, ghosts, banshees, poltergeists and phantoms can all be explained when one understands the Islamic concept of spirits - the world of the Jinn (Demon). The Arabic word Jinn is from the verb 'Janna' and means to hide or conceal. The Jinn are so called because they conceal themselves from people's sight. The words janeen (foetus) and mijann (shield) come from the same root. Jinn, as the name suggests, are normally invisible to humans. The jinn are part of God's creation. They were created from fire before the creation of Adam and humankind.
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|Size: ||361 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781329982604 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|