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Ghosts, Spirits, and Demons: The Islamic Perspective

أشباح ، والأرواح ، وشياطين : المنظور الإسلامي
Find out all about the Unseen World of the Jinn and the evil devils that live amongst us in this Video.
Key Points of This Video:
  1. Introduction [start time 00:00]
  2. What are the Jinn? [start time 03:50]
  3. Paranormal Activity [start time 10:43]
  4. Idols talking? [start time 16:11]
  5. Voodooism & Crystal ball [start time 18:13]
  6. Should you be afraid of Jinn? How to protect yourself from Jinn? [start time 22:57]
  7. Satan & Jinn [start time 31:07]
  8. Throne of Satan?
  9. Some of the attributes of the Jinn
  10. Dogs can see Jinn
  11. Haunted house [start time 42:43]
  12. Examples of Jinn interacting with Humans
  13. Exorcism [start time 49:30]
  14. Sins & Jinn [start time 54:35]
  15. Magicians performing & Jinn [start time 55:10]
  16. Islamic Exorcism [start time 57:27]
  17. Conclusion [start time 59:00]


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