Shir, Jinn, and Ayn are concepts that are often associated with supernatural phenomena and are believed to have negative effects on individuals according to Islam. In the Quran, Allah (God) says, “And from the evil of an envier when he envies” (Quran 113:5), highlighting the harmful effects of Ayn or the evil eye.
Jinn are mentioned in several verses of the Quran, emphasizing their existence as supernatural beings created by Allah. For example, Allah says, “And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me” (Quran 51:56), indicating their purpose and nature as beings with free will and accountability.
Islamic teachings also emphasize seeking refuge in Allah from the harmful effects of supernatural phenomena. In the Quran, Allah says, “Say, ‘I seek refuge in the Lord of daybreak, from the evil of that which He created‘” (Quran 113:1-2), highlighting the importance of seeking Allah’s protection from all forms of harm, including Shir, Jinn, and Ayn.
The Hadith also provide guidance on seeking protection from Shir, Jinn, and Ayn. For example, the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) taught his companions to recite specific supplications (duas) for protection. He said, “Whoever recites the last two verses of Surah Al-Baqarah (Quran 2:285-286) at night, they will be sufficient for him” (Sahih al-Bukhari). This Hadith emphasizes the power of Quranic verses in providing protection against supernatural phenomena.
In summary, according to Islamic teachings, Shir, Jinn, and Ayn are considered to be supernatural phenomena that can have negative effects on individuals, and the Quran and Hadith are considered to be the primary sources of guidance, healing, and protection against these phenomena. Muslims are encouraged to seek refuge in Allah, recite Quranic verses, and follow the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) for protection and healing from the harmful effects of these supernatural phenomena.