Q & A 299 – From S in Ireland

“Assalam wa alaykum, I have suffered from extreme case of sihr and after getting some help from Pakistan on a distance I am recovering however as I still feel I need Ruqya done to completely heal as I still have a lot of symptoms. I am nerveus of going to any Raqi as I know that I would not know who to trust and where to go. I wanted to know if you could recommend someone in London . I live in Ireland, Dublin and go to London regularly. Are you a lady as most Raqi are male and I would prefer female. Is it possible to see you if I ever do come to USA. Where are you based and what is the procedure to see you for a session. How many session would I need. I know all the help comes from Allah and the fact that I am here today is because of Allah. I will Also get your book from Amazon however I would greatly appreciate if you could reply back. Thank you”  Submitted on Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 4:22 PM

On Tuesday, October 10, 2017 4:15 PM – ruqyah.net wrote:

Waalaikumussalam S, Alhamdulillah, yes, I am the raqi.  Indeed most raqi are male and some time I heard from some guys who need help but when they found out that I am a female, they changed their mind because they said they prefer a male raqi which he said mail raqi is much stronger than a female – subhanallah they forgot the cure is from Allah and not from the raqi.  The truth is Alhamdulillah I do have many patients who have gone to many different male raqi, spent lots of money and times with no good result then Alhamdulillah Allah cured them after being treated by me, Alhamdulillah.
Since the admin of ruqyah.net is my son Abdullah so he is the first person read all the inquiry and since he is also the raqi, I think when he found out that you are not in the Bay Area (San Francisco), he replied to you and suggested you for helping you remotely.  My son always bcc me but since I always busy, I do not check and read email daily.  If I were you, try to get hold of Ben Halima since they will be in the UK until Oct. 29th.  I will not recommend you to go to other raqi if I don’t know them but I trust Ben Halima.  Ben Halima’s team perform ruqyah very much the same way I do.
I would like to mention to you that since you said that you had gotten some help from Pakistan, doing it from the distance, but have not gotten completely cured yet.  Just be careful because some raqi does it by producing a tawiz/amulet for the patient.  My suggestion is best to stay away from any amulet.
We wish you luck in getting help from Ben Halima’s team but if for some reason you can’t see them, insyaAllah we will help remotely by placing you in our waiting list.
Wassalam
On Fri, Sep 29, 2017 at 1:12 AM – S wrote:
“My situation is that I suffered from sihr since 2 years now. It was extreme case, I can’t give you too many details as it’s disturbing for me to even think about it again. I got help from Pakistan and alhumdullilah my situation did improve all due to help from Allah.

However I still feel heaviness, pains and depression so feel I still have effects internally from that sihr. As I mentioned I live in Ireland and it is difficult to get treated locally.

My question is how long the Ruqyah is every Wednesday and how it’s done. i would appreciate if you could give me a little bit more information.

Is the Ruqya done through Skype ?

If you have any questions let me know.

S”
On October 9, 2017 18:58:30 – my son Abdullah <remoteruqyah.com> wrote:
Hi S,

Sorry for the delayed response. The ruqyah we do 3 (three) out of 4 (four) Wednesdays each month last about 1.5 hours. However, this ruqyah is done to help around 20 people. At this time, we have reached our limit and can only put you on the wait list. We don’t do ruqyah via Skype. It is unnecessary. We just ask that you repeatedly recite Al-Fatihah during the 1.5 hours while we’re doing ruqyah.
If you would like, we can put you on the wait list and when some active patients have been cured, we can notify you to begin working on your case.
On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 2:55 AM – S wrote:
“Assalam wa alaykum ,

Thank you for getting back to me.

Can you please add me to your wait list.

My house and myself were treated by someone in Pakistan however, I feel my internal pain has gone less but I have severe depression and pains in body. I have been told that it will take another year or so…alhumdullilah I am out of danger. When you look at my case I have gone through a lot last two years and through help of Allah got better. I feel I need more help in expelling the jinns from my body.

My family life is suffering greatly because of this. Could you tell me how many sessions I will need? How long is the wait list?

Jazakallah.  S”

On Tuesday, October 10, 2017 10:36 AM – my son Abdullah <remoteruqyah.com> wrote:
Hi S,

I’ve added you to the wait list. There are currently about 5 people on the wait list. At this time, we can’t know how many sessions you would need. Since you live in the UK, you may be interested in seeking help from Ben Halima. I just received this notification from him that he will be offering ruqyah sessions throughout the UK as follows.
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Sheikh Ben Halima will be in UK from 5th to 29th October insha Allah.
Here is the program :
– Durham city on 5th and 06th October, Appointments : Kaisar on (0044) 07966 180885
For further details  please call Shaheen Miah (0044) 07825347750
– Batley on 7th and 08th October, Appointments : Shaheen Miah (0044) 07825347750
– Huddersfield from 09th to 14th October, Appointments : Shaheen Miah (0044) 07825347750
– Luton from 15th October to the 20th October, Appointments : Shaheen Miah on (0044) 07825347750
– Birmingham from 21st October to the 22nd October, Appointments : Shaheen Miah on (0044) 07825347750
– London from 23rd October to the 29th October, Appointments : Ahmed on (0044) 07538936876
For further details please call Shaheen Miah on (0044) 07825347750
May Allah accept and bless this campaign

 

Posted on October 10, 2017 at 4:15 pm

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