Q & A 363 – From M in Fremont
An Afganistan friend F whom I have helped her aunt and her mother in the past called to ask me to help one of her friends O who has not been seen for a long time. O’s sister M told F that her sister has been having problem with depression in the past year and in the past four months all O does was just crying crying and crying everyday. O is married and has a beautiful five years girl. Because of her problem, O left her husband and her five years old child to stay with her parents for a while until she gets cured.
On Sunday June 2, 2019 at 6:31 PM – ruqyah.net wrote:
M, this is H, F’s friend. InsyaAllah we can go to your place on Sunday June 9th not sure the time yet but most likely around noon InsyaAllah.
The best is NOT to tell your sister that I am going to see her. Because we don’t know what exactly the reason of her depression so don’t tell her anything because of her problem is due to magic or similar, she may refuse to cure. Off course the cure is from Allah OK. Wassalam
At 7:58 PM – M wrote:
“Ok thanks for the information.”
On Saturday June 8, 2019 at 12:05 PM – ruqyah.net wrote:
M, InsyaAllah we plan to leave Tracy at 9 o’clock in the morning to go to your place so InsyaAllah will be at your place between 10 & 10:30 tomorrow OK don’t tell your sister anything that I am coming. See you tomorrow InsyaAllah.
“Ok great. I haven’t told her anything. Look forward to seeing you.”
On Sunday June 9, 2019 at 10:13 AM – ruqyah.net wrote:
OK I parked on Xxxxxx & Xxxxxx visitor parking.
“Just come down the lobby I’ll be there. Give me a few minutes.”
Subhanallah this poor lady O has been brainwashed listening to the Syech Xxxxxx who said “if you don’t wear head cover/hijab you will not go to heaven” “If you miss prayer you will not go to heaven” and lots more with similar messages. So O felt so sad because she doesn’t wear hijab in the past, also because of her work, she couldn’t pray on time so one time she asked her boss if she can leave the front desk to pray but because she was alone, her boss said no, not to leave the font desk. So because she afraid that she will not be able enter the heaven by not praying on time, so she resigned her job. And because she has been feeling depress, she decided to stay with her parents for a while but by continuing listening to the wrong message about Islam is NOT making her feel better instead she gets worst so according to her sister M, she took the cell phone away from O.
ruqyah.net: Where do you work before?
O: Customer service at the Hilton hotel
ruqyah.net: What time you start work or what shift did you work before?
O: I worked from 2 to 10 PM
ruqyah.net: Actually that was a perfect shift. When I was still working before, I prefer the PM shift so we can pray easily especially in the winter if we work morning shift, often time we get pressure to catch up with our prayer because magrib is around 5 PM in the winter. We can combine the Dzuhur and Ashar together if it is necessary (Jama’ Awwal or Jama’ Akhir) and when we get home we can do our Magrib and Isya and doing it this way is also valid if we don’t have other choice because we work. Off course if we are at home or has nothing to do, we have to pray on time. I did give O as much lecture as possible about Islam but I think because she already deeply brainwashed with the wrong messages about Islam, talking to her one time is not really convinced her.
During the ruqyah, O was crying on and off. I suggested to M to take her to Daly City every Wednesday evening to join my session hoping that if O can come to my session InsyaAllah she will understand about Islam more.
On Sunday June 9th at 4:14 PM – ruqyah.net wrote to F who referred M to ruqyah.net