SWORD AGAINST BLACK MAGIC & EVIL MAGICIANS
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 Sword Against Black Magic Evil Magicians
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Waheed Abdussalam Baly
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The Translator’s Introduction – SWORD AGAINST BLACK MAGIC & EVIL MAGICIANS

All praise is due to Allah, we praise Him, seek His Support, Guidance and Forgiveness We seek refuge in Allah f!!i from the evils of ourselves and from our misdeeds. He whom Allah guides will never be misguided by anyone and he whom Allah misguides will never be guided by anyone.

 I testify that there is no God but Allah Alone, having no partner, and I testify that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger. The truest discourse is the Qur’an, the most noble of traditions is the Prophet Muhammad’s ill, the evillest of things is their novelties, every novelty is a bid’a, every bid’a is a dhalala (act of misguidance) and every dhalala is in Fire.

We often hear about cases of lunacy, constant headaches and stomach aches, insomnia, lethargy, hearing voices, sexual inability, sterility, frigidity, shattered marriages, woman’s continuous bleeding; and we often tend to have the undemanding answer that ‘it is Allah ‘, or, as the ignorant would put it, ‘it is nature.’

 Certainly, it is undisputable that anything in the Heavens and the Earth is managed by Allah, but we should not discard that Allah has also commanded us to consider the causes of events. It is high time that we stopped and considered for a moment that, besides normal causes, there is the evil force of Sihr, the Arabic equivalent to sorcery.

The sorcerer and Satan work in partnership

The sorcerer and Satan work in partnership to provide an ‘intent-to-harm service’ to their client, in return for a mere pittance which they receive from those with weak personalities and from the wicked, who hold grudges against their Muslim brothers and sisters and who love to see them suffer under the effects of sorcery.

And while much of the literature on sorcery has been written in Arabic, there are only few translation works in English on the concept of sorcery, but not as detailed as the present work Therefore, the reason of this translation is to enlighten the English reader of the concept of sorcery, its effects and the legitimate methods for its treatment And since the methods of treatment consist of verses from the Qur’an and invocations which must only be recited in Arabic, I have provided transliterations for the non-Arabic speaking English reader to use for treatment.

Though my translation -in fact any translation-will never reach the quality of the original, I hope that it will at least serve the purpose of exposing the evils of sorcery to the Muslim English reader. Should it contain any errors, then that should only be attributable to me and the Satan, and should it be free of errors, then that should only be attributable to Allah.

Chafik Abdelghani

24 July 2003, London

literal meaning of Sihr – SWORD AGAINST BLACK MAGIC & EVIL MAGICIANS

– According to AI-Layth:

Sihr is an act which brings one closer to, and with the help, of Satan.

– According to AI-Azhar:

The basic meaning of sihr is to make something appear in a form other than its real one [01]Tahdhlbu Al-Lug ha ( 4/290)

– According to lbn Mandhur:

When a sahir makes something false appear to be real, or makes something appear to people appear differently from its true form, it means that he has given an object a status other than its real one[02]Lisiian Al-‘Arab (4/348), Beirut

– Shamir reported on the authority of lbn ‘A’isha:

Arabs have given it the name. sihir because, it can transform good health into illness [03]Ibid

– According to lbn Faris [04]MaqiiyTs Al-Lugha, p :507:

Some say that .sihir to make what is false appear to be true ..

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References / Footnotes

01Tahdhlbu Al-Lug ha ( 4/290
02Lisiian Al-‘Arab (4/348), Beirut
03Ibid
04MaqiiyTs Al-Lugha, p :507