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a b c d e f Kruk, Remke (May 2005). "Harry Potter in the Gulf: Contemporary Islam and the Occult". British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. 32 (1): 47–73. doi: 10.1080/13530190500081626. JSTOR 30037661. S2CID 159793466. Genies are very similar to demons as depicted in grimoires belonging to the Judeo-Christian tradition, such as Ars Goetia and Grimorium Verum. Edmonds III, Radcliffe G. 2019. "The Illuminations of Theurgy: Philosophy and Magic" pp. 314-377. Drawing Down the Moon: Magic in the Ancient Greco-Roman World. Princeton University Press.
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Individuals afflicted by magic can often feel overwhelmed when thinking about it, much to the delight of magicians and evil jinns. It is vital however that a victim remains optimistic. One should never become despondent or think they are incurable. Rather one must think highly of Allah (subḥānahū wa taʿālā) and have firm hope in Him. A Crafty Jinni Wikimedia Commons A forerunner to the Islamic jinn, this relief from the north wall of the Palace of King Sargon II at Khorsabad in Iraq depicts a winged genie approaching the Tree of Life. and their later offshoots", including a work referred to as the 'Diyarbi book',  are full of information on how "khawass, hidden properties, of various Qur'an chapters and verses and of God's holy names" can be put to work in invocations, but "all these books contain instructions" on harming other people. They contain information "not only about how to banish, but also about how to destroy and kill enemies and how to drive people", such as married or unmarried couples, "apart ( tafriq)" invoking angels and/or jinn.   These practices are condemned by orthodox Muslims.  Wonderworking and marvels [ edit ]Edward Evans-Pritchard says in his Witchcraft, Oracles Ruqyah—Kruk defines it as an incantation made up of 41 "Quranic verses, formulas and short chapters". 
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Strive to pursue that which will benefit you and seek refuge with Allah, and do not feel helpless.” a b c d e f g h i j k l Perlmutter, Dawn (Spring 2013). "The Politics of Muslim Magic". Middle East Quarterly. 20 (2) . Retrieved 14 December 2021. to answer specific questions—the location of lost objects, buried treasure, or "the diagnosis and prognosis of disease". 
As spiritual entities, the jinn are considered dual dimensional,” wrote Amira El-Zein, author of Islam, Arabs, and the Intelligent World of the Jinn, “with the ability to live and operate in both manifest and invisible domains.”