Q & A 295 – From KA in Dallas TX

“Looking for local raqi.  Asak.  I am in search of a local raqi to provide some help with performing ruqiya.  Reading and listening tothe ruqiyah shariah on YouTube (Mishari Rashid) helps to some degree but the symptoms my wife feels come back every 1 to 3 days (crawling, then pricking and then finally painful burning in hands and feet, and at sunnah point in neck).  Please share any contact information you have.  Jazak’Allahu’khair.”  Submitted on Fri, Jun 9, 2017 at 11:23 AM

On Jun 9, 2017, at 1:54 PM – remoteruqyah.com wrote:


Where are you located?

On Fri, Jun 9, 2017 at 11:59 AM – KA wrote:

I’m in Dallas TX (Plano / Frisco area)
Thank you, KA
On Friday, June 9, 2017 12:08 PM – remoteruqyah.com wrote:
We’re in the San Francisco area so we’re not local. We’re also off during Ramadan. What we can do is add you to the waitlist (it just keeps growing), and after Ramadan we can see about doing ruqyah remotely, based on a first-come-first-serve waitlist order basis.
On Sun, Jun 11, 2017 at 12:08 PM – KA wrote:

“Asak brother. We had exchanged a few emails when I sent an inquiry through the ruqiyah.net website. You informed me that you guys are in San Francisco, when I mentioned that we are in Dallas, TX.

As soon as Ramadan has completed, insha’Allah I would like to have my wife be treated as soon as possible. She has had symptoms very indicative of some type of sihr or extreme nazr/hasad on her. I looked at the instructions on the remote ruqiya website. So I will send her historical account now of health issues.
We had a home built in another part of Dallas and were visiting it on a weekly basis, almost, as it was being built. It’s in a residential area and had a home already existing on one side and the other side of the home construction site was clear/empty. At this time, we had in our current home, me, my wife, my 4 year old son and my mother. Because of a strained relationship and some bad feelings, it was decided that my mom would change homes and stay with my sister and her family, in a neighboring city, rather than with us.She moved in with my sister just prior to us moving out of our old home (in September 2015)
Towards the end of the building phase of the home, as we were getting close to moving into the new home, my wife started experiencing random sensations, – first crawling, pricking feelings in the lower left part of her neck (by rear part of shoulder, fleshy part) and it would radiate to her hands and feet (only wrists to fingers, mainly in pinky finger and in feet below ankles, again usually in little or big toe). She would also then have pains in her head – sharp, piecing pains which prompted us to have a couple of MRIs done (on brain and neck area). All MRIs came back normal, along with all other tests that doctors have done. The painful pricking pain would then change to a burning sensation…as if the fingers, feet were burned on a hot skillet or pan. The only thing that seems to reduce the intensity of the pain is recitation of surah fatiha, along with ayat-al-kursi, and last two khuls.
After moving into our new home in November 2015, the pain became extremely bad. We were fearing that she may have some medical condition (MS, etc) and therefore had the MRIs done…which all came back negative as I stated. Not knowing what else to do, we decided to go to Umrah and ask Allah SWT right at his most blessed house, for shifaa and protection from whatever this might be. And it worked, alhumdulillah. Literally mid-flight as we entered the miqyat in Jeddah, it seems, my wife’s symptoms improved. She was pain free for the week or so that we were in Makkah, Madinah and even for the next 3-4 months after we returned to US. Pains again began around May/June of 2016. We decided to maybe have another child and that may bring blessings and help her feel better, so became pregnant in August of 2016 and had our baby in April 2017. That entire pregnancy mostly she was in pain and there was always some discomfort (either nausea/vomiting in the beginning, or these pains in hands and feet). She had some relief of pain after the baby was born and her mother was also staying with us for about 10 days. During that time, she felt almost normal. Amazingly, once her mother left, the pains gradually, slowly started to increase again.
She has tried having hijama performed here locally, which gives her some relief immediately and for maybe 2-3 days after. We’ve also tried baths in quranic water with sidr leaves..which again, if done daily, helps for a bit and the intensity of the pain decreases. But that is difficult to do every day with consistency, and once we stop these baths, the pain increases.
We seem to notice some trends, pain intensity increases towards end of Asr time, during maghrib. The pain intensifies after she takes a normal shower, particularly if we have been intimate just before the shower.Pain seems to spike when we are discussing work, my wife returning to work, or when we are enjoying our family time, out trying to enjoy life.
I am looking for a permanent solution to this problem brother. Firstly, its very painful on my wife and it also puts a strain on our happiness as a family. It’s difficult to not have some suspicion on family members also, since sometimes they make comments and pass judgement on my wife on petty, small things.
I am 100% okay with making a short trip (3-5 days) to SF and have the treatments occur even in our hotel room if that is what is needed. And then we can continue with treatment over Skype, video call, etc. Otherwise, if you are aware of a contact here in Dallas (even Houston) who is experienced in this area, I would be willing to seek help from them.
Her name: FA
I hope to hear from you soon.

On Monday, June 12, 2017 10:56 AM – remoteruqyah.com wrote:

Hi, sorry for the delayed response. Since we don’t do ruqyah as our day jobs (5 days a week / 8 hours a day), we are limited in time as we have our own day jobs. We usually only do ruqyah once a week since that’s all the time we have available. Your story very much sounds like a case of black magic / jinn interference. You should know that even after removing black magic and jinn, it’s not uncommon for the sender to simply redo the black magic which could lead to an endless cycle. That’s obviously a severe case and would need to be handled accordingly. Also, from our experience with black magic, many, if not most, sources are family members. Regarding flying to SF, please contact us again regarding this after Ramadan. Based on my experience with ruqyah, I’d have to say our method is somewhat unique as we have multiple people working simultaneously via Skype on both the east and west coast.

Since we are currently unavailable, you may wish to contact Ben Halima at http://www.benhalimaabderra ouf.fr/index.php/en/contact- en/ben-halima or at raoufbh@gmail.com as he may be available to help you.
In the mean time, you can try to do the following which we have found to be helpful
For your safety, don’t listen to ruqyah audio while driving or operating heavy machinery as the jinn may cause you to lose control.
On Mon, Jun 12, 2017 at 11:33 AM – KA wrote:
“I appreciate all of the feedback Brother. I will certainly contact the two people you’ve mentioned, once Ramadan has completed.
One question I have though- once the magic is removed successfully, how does the magician learn that it’s been undone?
Jazak’Allahu’khair for your time. ~ KA”
On Monday, June 12, 2017 11:59 AM – remoteruqyah.com wrote:
Black magic doesn’t work without jinn. Jinn are the creatures that carry out the black magic. Magicians talk to multiple jinn. They can just ask the jinn for a status update. Most people who do black magic, however, just hire a magician. They are not magicians themselves. If someone hires a magician, they won’t know that the magic has been undone unless they curiously check in with the magician or notice that the victim is normal. Magicians won’t do black magic for free. They do it as a means of living, albeit an illegal one. The world is messed up more than you can imagine!

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