“Ruqyah Center | Raqi in Saudi Arabia. as Salaamu alaykum, brother can you recommend a Raqi in Saudi Arabia, that I can see for treatment for Sihr, Mass, Ayn, Hasad, Waswas. I have been doing self Ruqyah for 2 years and four months now. Allah reveal to me that I have more than 3 Jinns inside of me, 2 jinns are in my head. I have intensified my Self Ruqyah and the Jinns are weak but they still don’t want to leave. Every day and night I do 3 to 4 hours of Ruqyah and give in charity seeking a cure from Allah and Allah alone. I make a lot of du’a throughout the day and night, I make all of my prayers and night prayers and witr prayer and I make du’a a lot if the last part of the night. I am exhausted and I have lost weight but I keep reading Quran and making Self Ruqyah. But I need the help of an expert Ruqyah in Saudi Arabia and I can get a lot of Zam Zam Water and Aj Ajwa Dates and Sid Honey and make Umrah while I am there for treatment. Any help, any advice and recommendation would be greatly appreciated and may All ah reward you with good. Sincerely, AF” submitted on Mon, Dec 7, 2020 at 12:04 PM
On Monday, December 7, 2020, 03:17:26 PM PST – ruqyah.net wrote:
Waalaikumussalam AF, where do you live? AF, the cure is strictly from Allah s.w.t., even if I do know a raqi in Saudi, I am not convertible referring one to you because I do have a few patients who live in Jeddah, Riyadh, and there were patients who had treated by a raqi in Saudi but they were not cured too, one of them was a guy who live in the East Coast (Q & A 47 in 2013) and his friend, T, who contacted live in San Jose, California. According to T, his friend has been treated by a Raqi in Saudi but he was still have the problem so his friend contacted me. His friend was persistently asked me so his friend flew in from the East Coast but fortunately MasyaAllah Allah cured him after just a few sessions. Alhamdulillah with this pandemic COVID-19, Allah s.w.t. was making me easier on helping my patients by doing it through FaceTime on-line.
When you do self ruqyah, have you ever gotten possessed? Based on my experience Alhamdulillah it is easier for me to encourage the jinn to leave if the patient is possessed and the jinn talk to me. Otherwise, I do have another raqi who always helped me too when the jinn is stubborn so me and her work together. Wassalam
On Monday, December 7, 2020, 03:25:05 PM PST, AF wrote:
Wa alaykum Salaam,
To answer your first question, I live in Greensboro North Carolina.
To answer your second question, I never got possessed while doing Self Ruqyah.
Baraka Allahu feek for taking the time to reply to me I really appreciate it.
Yes, the cure come from Allah I agree 100 %. So seeking Raqi. In Saudi Arabia isn’t a good option for me.
Did I understand you correctly?
On Monday, December 7, 2020, 04:02:05 PM PST – ruqyah.net wrote:
Yes, you did MasyaAllah. If you want me to ruqyah you on-line, for the first time you need to have someone with you so you are not alone. Just incase if you gets possessed, so that person can help me. By the way, the admin of this ruqyah.net is my son Abdullah, who created and maintained this site after I did many sessions before ruqyah is a common and well known everywhere. His idea by creating the site was to educate others because there are many sicknesses that can’t be cured by doctors. InsyaAllah we can do it through FaceTime just let me know when you are available. Also I do not charge for my service however, I expect donation as sadakah or your zakat in which the amount I collected is distributed for the orphanages and the poor overseas. Wassalam
On Monday, December 7, 2020, 04:36:07 PM PST, AF wrote:
Question: Do a person who is already Possessed by a Jinn get possessed again during a Ruqyah Sessions with a Raqi?
Question: Where are you located?
Currently my brother is away right now, and I don’t have anyone to be present with me right now.
So I will have to wait until he returns, and then I can schedule a FaceTime Ruqyah Session with you.
Question: Do you received donation via your website?
Question: How did you get started do Ruqyah?
I thought Abdullah was the person doing Ruqyah, thanks for that clarification. That’s good your son is helping you to help people like me who suffering from Sihr, Ayn, Mass, Hasad.
May Allah bless you and your son in this life and the next life, and grant you Jannah Al-Firdouse Amin.
Insha Allah I will be in contact with you when my brother returns back home.
On Monday, December 7, 2020, 05:33:15 PM PST – ruqyah.net wrote:
What I mean when the patient gets possessed is the jinn controlled the body and the mind of the patient in which sometime the patient gets completely unconscious and sometimes is in and out. So yes, if the patient is easily gets possessed, each time I do ruqyah to the same patient, he/she always gets possessed.
We live in Tracy, California. We can just schedule time and date when you and your brother are free.
Donation can be done either by zelle or paypal
I retired from working as an Operations Manager two years ago but I am still teaching Qur’an once a week and this year due to pandemic COVID-19 the teaching is done through zoom-meeting, Alhamdulillah I have been teaching Qur’an since 1980 Lillahi Ta’ala and I discovered about the name of ruqyah when I was reading one of the haditzs’ books I have if I am not mistaken was in 2004 or 2005. Because part of my teaching is not just teaching my students how to read the Arabic alphabets, I also lecture them about tawheed etc. so I have to read a lots to get the resources for the lecture. I also share with my students short stories of what happening during the Khalifah times, during the Rosulullah s.a.w. times, etc. Thinking that curing by recite verses of Qur’an, so originally I was thinking to do it for my own family but ended up MasyaAllah internationally. Before the pandemic time, my husband always accompanied me when I go travel to patients’ houses but there were patients who flew in to San Francisco from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Canada, Nevada. Me and my husband were also a victim of black magic for over 40 years which we believe we are still strong together is because of Allah s.w.t. and our daily praying and read Qur’an, Alhamdulillah