Is it a sin to use amulets? We often see that people wear amulets around their children’s necks for various reasons, usually to protect them from accidents and troubles. One of the most frequently asked questions of the Presidency of Religious Affairs, is it permissible to use amulets? Is the amulet mentioned in the Quran? Is wearing amulets a sin or dodging? questions are asked. Here are the details…
Is it a sin to wear an amulet?
Diyanet’s statement on whether wearing an amulet is a sin is as follows: Amulet; It is a text that contains verses, hadiths and prayers that people carry with them for purposes such as illness, evil eye, protection against disasters or to get rid of them. It is often used wrapped in protective material.
It is permissible to pray for protection from fear and the evil eye, to be cured of certain diseases, and to recite verses from the Koran (Bukhari, Fedâilü’l-Qur’an, 9; İbn Mâce, Tıb 35-36 ). Hz. Hz. There is no account of the Prophet. However, Abdullah b. Omar, M. The Prophet (pbuh) said: “If any of you is afraid while sleeping, he says: “I seek refuge in the words of Allah, which have no fault, against the anger and the punishment from Allah, from the evil of His servants, from whisperings. demons and their coming to me. So nothing will hurt him. He said he said that Abdullah b. It is reported that Amr taught this prayer to his children who came to the age of call, wrote it down for his children who had not reached the age of call and hung it around their necks (Abû Dâvûd, Tıb, 19).
In some fiqh sources it is said that there are scholars who do not hesitate to write verses from the Quran and wear them as amulets (al-Fetava’l-Hindiyya, V, 435). However, it is not permissible to use an amulet if it causes negativities such as asking the amulet for help, perceiving it as a protector and expecting things to be expected from Allah from the amulet. In this context, one must be vigilant against those who abuse people’s feelings.
Amulets, religious books and jewelry with the writing of Allah on it and toilets etc. Is it allowed to enter the premises?
It is makruh for a person to find a paper, book or Mushaf on which the name of Allah is written upon entering the toilet (Şürünbülâlî, Merâkı’l-felâh, 23). Because Hz. The Prophet (pbuh) used to take off his ring before entering the toilet because the phrase “Muhammadun Rasûlullah” was written on it (Abu Dawud, Taharet 10).
However, if these writings are not opened, for example if they are in a pocket or wrapped around something, it is not makruh to go to the bathroom with them, but it would be more appropriate to avoid them if possible (Tahtâvî, Haşiye, 54).
Is it permissible to wear evil eye beads against eye contact?
Although the nature and nature of the evil eye is not known for sure, it is also accepted by religion that some people can cause negative effects with their gaze. In a hadith, “Seek refuge in Allah from the evil eye, for the evil eye (eye contact) is true.” (Ibn Majah, Tib, 32). The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) recited the suras of Ayete’l-Kursi and İhlas and Muavvizeteyn (Felâk, Nâs) against the evil eye; he advised his companions to read them; It is also reported that he prayed directly to Allah to get rid of them (Bukhari, Tib, 32, 38; Tirmidhi, Tib 16; Ibn Mace, Tib 32, 36; Kamil Miras Tecrid Tercemesi, XII, 90).
About the evil eye, Hz. It is a requirement of Islamic belief to wait for the outcome of Allah Almighty after following the guidance of the Prophet. Attitudes, behaviors and beliefs that attribute the final effect to someone other than Allah are forbidden in our religion. For this reason, it is not allowed to wear evil eye beads and similar things around the neck or anywhere to ask for help. Regarding those who behaved like this, the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said: “Whoever wears the evil eye, may Allah not complete his work” (Ahmed ben Hanbal, al-Musnad, XXVIII, 623). In another hadith it is said that a person who bears the evil eye and attributes a protective effect to the evil eye will associate partners with Allah (Ahmed b. Hanbel, al-Musned, XXVIII, 637). In order to be protected from the evil eye, we abandoned these superstitions and went to Hz. It is necessary to perform the prayers taught by the Prophet (Bukhari, Tib 38; Tirmidhi, Tib 16; Ibn Mace, Tib 32; Kamil Miras Tecrid Translation, XII, 90). In this context, besides the suras of Felak and Nas, Hz. The following prayer of the Prophet to his grandchildren should also be read: “I seek refuge in the perfect words of Allah from all kinds of demons and poisonous animals and against all evil eyes.” (Bukhari, Ehâdîsu’l-anbiyâ, 10; see: İbn Mâce, Tıb, 36).
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