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Should the Ruqya be Recited Audibly or Inaudibly?

date de publication : 2014-08-25 | Vues : 2886
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I am a doctor and whenever I examine my patents, I recite the prescribed ruqya on them secretly without letting them hear me. I often recite ayat al-Kursi and then blow on the effected part, or say the supplication: “O Allah! The Lord of the people, the remover of trouble! Cure this patient, for You are the Healer. None brings about healing but You; a healing that will leave behind no ailment.” My question is: Do I need to recite it audibly? هل تكون الرقية سرا أو جهرا؟

All praise is due to Allah alone, and may the Salah and Salam of Allah be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family and his companions. To answer your question, we say while seeking the success from Allah: The ruqya that is prescribed in religion, whether it is from the Quran or the Sunnah, is one of the best means whereby cure is assured. It is not required for the patient to hear the ruqya recited; therefore it is Ok to recite it in secret. In any case, both methods are good but reciting the ruqya audibly may have more effect while reciting it inaudibly could be more sincere.   Your brother, Khalid al-Mosleh,   19/10/1428

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