THE AZAADVILLE WITCH

BEWARE OF THE AZAADVILLE SAAHIRAH (WITCH)

Many Muslims have complained about the saahirah ‘aapa’ operating her sihr shaitaaniyat under guise of some confounded ‘therapy’ which itself is a hotch potch of kufr concepts and methods. One of the complainants wrote:

“There is an aalimah in Azaadville who has posted an advertisement about her so-caled ‘jihaadun nafs’ therapy. She is ensnaring a lot of women. She has copied many cults. She has advertised her cult and charges a fee of R6,500 for participation. What is the view of the Shariah regarding this type of therapy and what is the status of this woman who conducts this very expensive course?” (End of letter)
It is shockingly surprising that the girls madrasah has retained the teaching services of this marauding witch who poses as an ‘aalimah’, when in reality she is not even a Muslim. Her ‘therapy’ shaiyaaniyat being spawned by shaitaan is a snare to entrap gullible ignorant women. The saahirah’s motive is the haraam boodle which has driven her into the arms of Iblees. The sihr expels her from the fold of Islam, and all those who submit to her shaitanaiyat, also lose their Imaan.

Muslim women are expected to reflect and understand that the shaitaani wares of this Azaadville Witch are nugatory of Imaan. Participation in her satanism is the elimination of Imaan. It is indeed surprising that Muslim women will pay R6,500 for dabbling and dalliancing with satanism. There is no room in Islam for the haraam cult practices which the Azaadville Saahirah sells, and most deceptively covers the shaitaaniyat with Islamic terminology. Her advert conspicuously testifies to the shaitaaniyat of her haraam therapy methods and concepts.
DO NOT BE MISLED BY THE SATANICALLY ADORNED STATEMENTS (ZUKHRUFUL QAWL) OF THE AZAADVILLE SAAHIRAH.
In all forms of this type of cult-therapies, shaitaan is the originator. He appoints men and women as his agents to promote his shaitaniyat.

This Azaadville saahirah comes within the scope of the evil naffaathaat (witches who blow on knots) mentioned in Surah Falaq. Allah Ta’ala instructs us to seek His protection against the evil of the naffaathaat. Even if the Azaadville witch does not literally ‘blow on knots’, she is in the category of the naffaathaat. “Blowing on knots” mentioned in the Qur’aan Majeed is just one form of the satanic methodology of the saahiraat (witches) and saahireen (sorcerers).
Stay far from all human devils who practice weird therapies, and stay far from also the Ruqyah cartel of the Tunisian character who also utilizes the name of the Deen to promote his baatil khuraafaat. The bottom line and the primary, in fact only objective of these weird characters with their bizarre satanic methods and therapies is nothing but money which they fleece from stupid Muslims whose Imaani deficiency exposes them to the trickery of Iblees and his agents.

12 Rajab 1441 – 7 March 2020

RUQIYAH AS A PROFESSION

Q. Please comment on Ruqiyah. Is it permissible to charge a fee for ruqiyah?

They charge about R400 per person. They are doing a roaring trade with Ruqiya.
A. This profession is not permissible. Writing Ta’weez and amaliyaat is permissible. But it is not permissible to make it a profession to earn money. These Raaqis (professional ruqiya performers) are bogus. They are mercenaries who take gross and haraam advantage of the ignorance of people to extravagate money from them. Just imagine R400 for a five minute job which in terms of the Shariah is not a valid job.
They coin tens of thousands of rands every month on account of the gross ignorance of people. They cite the Hadith to justify their extraction of money for their little salt and water potion on which they recite and blow. The episode in the Hadith does not pertain to professionalism. The Sahaabi who
had recited Surah Faatihah which cured the patient, was not a professional Raaqi. Ruqiyah was not his business for making money. A group of  the Sahaabah was on an expedition.
The gift of sheep was accepted. That is the be all of the incident.
The Sahaabi did not open a Ruqiyah shop. These currentday bogus raaqis are emulating the sangomas and other professional frauds who set up shop and advertise their fraudulent spiritual and magical powers for curing every sickness and every problem under the sun, but not a single problem is
solved/cured with the satanism they practice.
Stay far – very far from raaqis. They will drive you into paranoism. You will become mad with paranoia when entangled with raaqis.