Beyond the Veil by Tasbeeh Ahmad
Navigating the secrets of the paranormal realm
In this book, you will delve into the fascinating and mysterious world of the paranormal, exploring phenomena such as spirits, ghosts, jinn, angels, Satan, envy, witchcraft, sorcery, magic, and visions. Drawing from the personal experiences of the author and those of the people around him, it shares real stories that will leave you captivated about the secrets of the supernatural.
But this book isn't just about entertaining stories. It provides practical advice and instructions on how to navigate and deal with these phenomena if you experience them yourself. Whether you're a skeptic or a believer, this book will leave you with a deeper understanding of the paranormal and how it intersects with our everyday lives.
Get ready for a spine-tingling journey into the unknown that will challenge your beliefs and leave you breathless with anticipation. It's time for you to unlock this unseen world with the Muslims' approach.
Excerpt from Beyond the Veil © Copyright 2023 Tasbeeh Ahmad
Muslims believe in many paranormal things. In this book, I would like to share our supernatural beliefs as Muslims, why we believe in them, and how we act when we experience something paranormal.
If you accept Islam as your religion, you get all that comes with it, that includes believing in the Quran and all that is within it.
We believe in the paranormal based on what is written in the Holy Quran and the words of Prophet Muhammad; peace be upon him, so even if a Muslim has no experience with paranormal things, he still believes in the Quran and the prophet’s words.
The Holy Quran talks about angles, Jinn, envy, magic, Paradise, Hell, and other things that we as Muslims call (Ghayb) (غَيْبْ) which are things that can only be known by God (Allah).
Note: this is a non-fiction book, and everything written is based on religious beliefs or real experiences.
So, flip the first chapter to know more.
If you open the Quran to chapter 72, you will find the entire chapter (Surah) talks about some creatures called (Al-Jinn) (الْجِنْ), which most people refer to as ghosts.
(Jinn) is an Arabic word, and its singular form is (Jinny) (ِى جِن), they're creatures that God created from fire, and that’s based on verse 15 in chapter 55:
(He created the father of jinn from a smokeless flame of fire)
وَخَلَقَ الْجَانَّ مِن مَّارِجٍ م ن نَّارٍ
Surah Ar-Rahman, verse 15
And regarding that, fire is not tangible; you can’t touch or hold it, but you can feel it, and it can hurt you.
Jinn are powerful, fast, and can travel back and forth between countries in less than a minute. This is evident in chapter 27 of the Quran (Surah An-Naml):
(An Efreet among the Jinn said, “I will bring it to you [prophet Solomon] before you rise from your seat, and indeed, I am certainly strong and trustworthy enough to do it.”)
قَالَ عِفْرِيتٌ م ِنَ الْجِن ِ أَنَا آتِيكَ بِهِ قَبْلَ أَن تَقُومَ مِن مَّقَامِكَ ۖ وَإِن ِي عَلَيْهِ
Surah An-Naml, verse 39
The verse refers to a type of Jinn known as the Efreet (عِفْرِيتْ( who is more powerful and faster than the other Jinn, who wanted to challenge himself to bring the throne of the Queen in Yemen to Palestine in the kingdom of Prophet Solomon (Solyman) before the prophet could rise from his seat, which means in less than a minute.
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