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A recent rumor about a girl in the Rast ān state of the Sultanate of Oman, who has turned into a monster the moment she took a copy of the Qur’ ān, which her mother was reciting it and threw it on the floor, has proven to be untrue. The girl has been admitted to the Sult ān ī hospital in Muscat.
Protestant churches declared that there are still evil spirits that possess people and there are gifted people in the church who can free people form them. Pastor Samy Henin said in a new book that this is a superstition. He said that people possessed by evil spirits have ceased to be since Jesus...
Sheikha Nadia, a female sheikh, has developed treatment against diseases with magic and jinns. Azhar scholars, however, don’t believe in her way of curing since is not even able to read the Qur’an correctly.
Although the authorities frown upon the practice, exorcists, clairvoyants and sorcerers are enjoying a growing business in a poor country [Egypt] where the wealth gap is widening, sociologists say.
Together with hundreds of patients, Abdel Hamid Al-Missawi, popular as Sheikh Abdel Hamid, believes that he can cure a variety of illness, psychic problems and also drive out evil spirits that may haunt people.
Youssef Badawi whipped the young woman across her shoulders in another effort to drive away the evil genies that he said possessed his patient.
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