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According to The Glorious Quran itself, The Glorious Quran can cure diseases and has blessings but the disease being referred to here is not only physical but also internal, spiritual, faith and conviction. The Glorious Quran specially cures ‘kufr’, ‘shirk’, ‘nifaaq’, ‘shubhat’, ‘shahwat’, etc. Following the teachings of The Glorious Quran helps in curing a person from lies, stealing, cheating, gambling, drinking, adultery, charging interest, etc. The Glorious Quran cures a sinner of greed, envy, jealousy, cruelty, etc.
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  QURAN CURES According to The Glorious Quran itself, The Glorious Quran can cure diseases and has blessings but the disease being referred to here is not only physical but also internal, spiritual, faith and conviction. The Glorious Quran specially cures ‘kufr’, ‘shirk’, ‘nifaaq’, ‘shubhat’, ‘shahwat’, etc. Following the teachings of The Glorious Quran helps in curing a person from lies, stealing, cheating, gambling, drinking, adultery, charging interest, etc. The Glorious Quran cures a sinner of greed, envy, jealousy, cruelty, etc. All the vices and the evils will be cured only if we read The Glorious Quran with its meaning and apply its teachings in our day to day life. Our whole life, our habits, means of earning, relations, worship should be in total alignment with the teachings of The Glorious Quran. Along with The Glorious Quran we also have to follow the teachings of the last prophet of Almighty Allah, Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) had said that ajwaa dates can cure diseases . So we have to accept and believe firmly that eating ‘ajwaa’ dates will cure us of diseases but if we tell someone that on reading some ‘ayat’ of The Glorious Quran on ‘ajwaa’ dates and then eating it will help in curing disease, then we will be totally wrong. Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) had said that honey cures; so we have to firmly believe in it but we can’t say that one should have honey after reading some Quranic ‘ayat’ on it or one should have ‘kalaunji’ after reading some Quranic ‘ayat’ on it, as thi s amounts to going beyond the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) and is a “Biddah” and strays us from the ‘Siraatul Mustaqeem’ (straight path).  Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) had said that you should bathe your dead ones in water which has leaves of the beri tree (the leaves of this tree is antiseptic) but if an Alim, even of highest repute, issues a fatwa that to cure a person from magic spell, read verses of The Glorious Quran on the leaves of this tree immersed in water and bathe the said person with this water, then we must refute the fatwa, as acting according to this fatwa will be going beyond the teachings of Almighty Allah and Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). It can’t be proved to have been performed by Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). It amounts to adding on our own to the Deen-e- Islam and is a “Biddah” and every “Biddah” leads to hellfire.  There are hadeeths in Sahih Bukhaari and Sahih Muslim in which Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said: if a person commits an act which is not approved by me, then his act is ‘mardood’ . Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) never in his lifetime ordered that mental patients be treated as persons possessed by jinns and be cured by ‘‘Jhaad Phoonk’’. Therefore performing ‘‘Jhaad Phoonk’’ on a mental patient as if he/she is possessed by a jinn and reading Quranic ‘ayat’ on him/ her is an act of “Biddah” and ‘‘mardood’’ act.  In Surah Israa Ayat 82 Almighty Allah says in The Glorious Quran: “And we send down of the Quran which is a healing and mercy to those who believe.”  We will be doing a great sin by manipulating the meaning of this verse for our own benefit and do ‘‘Jhaad Phoonk’’, sell ‘taaweez’, ‘gandaa’, ‘keel fleeta’.  The Hadeeths of Sahih Bukhaari and Sahih Muslim state that Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) had said that  ‘70000 Muslims will enter paradise without any questioning on the day of judgement . When asked who these men will be, Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said these are those men who are not sooth sayers and superstitious and those who do not get treated by stamping of fire (Daagh), n or do they perform ‘‘Jhaad Phoonk’’, rather they believe with firm faith in their Sustainer, the Almighty Allah.’   Actually The Glorious Quran heals a ‘momin’ spiritually as it helps in keeping one’s mind and heart pure. By following the teachings of The Glorious Quran a person remains in good and pure state physically and eats pure and ‘Halal’ things only which further helps in avoiding diseases. Apart from this, ‘Salaah’ is a great form of exercise which helps in the activity of heart. Fasting also helps in avoiding diseases. By following the teachings of The Glorious Quran, if a ‘momin’ restrains from drinking and illegal physical acts, he helps himself by avoiding many dangerous diseases. A Muslim avoids acts of gambling, lies, cheating, stealing etc. by following the teachings of The Glorious Quran, thereby attaining a mental state of harmony. According to a survey conducted in America, a believer in God is always in a better mental state and at peace than an atheist when faced with any adverse circumstances in life. If by ‘‘jhaad phoonk’’ or bathing a person in water of beri leaves on which Quranic ‘ayat’ has been recited a person co- incidentally gets cured, it doesn’t mean that the act is justified or can be taken as a source of argument and belief in future. At times coincidently issueless couples have been known to have got a child after visiting ‘mazaar’ and ‘dargah’ and offering ‘chadar’ on it. This does not mean we should advise other issueless couples to visit those places in order to get a child.

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