posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:56 PM
reply to post by Zatox
Please share your story as I may be able to tell if it is a Jinn or demon. I believe in Jannat (heaven) there would still be free will, but as there
would be no evil, negative entity present then the concept of free will would only diverse into people committing good acts, if that makes any sense.
Maybe logical7 has a better idea but these are my 2 cents from my Islamic perspective.
As to see whether a Jinn has entered your body, there are widely accepted mannerisms in the Islamic perspective that a person possessed would abandon
their daily prayers, be repulsed by the recitation of the Qur'an and perhaps even scoff when a person says "Assalamalaikum" to them.
Their are stories from my native land of Pakistan and India (pre-partition areas before Pakistan) that tell girls and women to not walk under trees at
night or anywhere outside out late with their hair flowing, especially long hair because jinns are said to be attracted by that and can follow the
girl ultimately possessing them.
I've also heard not to walk under trees that have fruits in them at night because jinns, spirits and witches which we call "churaill" are said to
live in those trees, especially the lemon ones, I'm not sure why though.