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The Jinn And Human Sickness Kindle Edition
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- File size : 10652 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 376 pages
- ASIN : B00VKD5R40
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Screen Reader : Supported
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This is the third book I have read on the Jinns-which included a self-published one-and this came out on top. It skims over topics, but covers the essentials, which is sufficient for the layman. The belief of the author is sound and solid, and it is evident from his writings. His book is extremely beneficial for a majority of Muslims-including the well educated ones-who are easily led astray when faced with this subject. Many a Muslim is tricked by charlatans, who exploit the lack of sound faith and religious knowledge in the victims. The author has put things in the right perspective. My prior readings corroborate his statements.
The book however, has 3 major shortcomings:
1. There is a dire need for professional editing, from an experienced American editor. There are too many repetitions, and the grammar needs polishing. Darusalam distributes internationally, and its high time they learn and adopt international standards.
2. The book lacks citations in about 30-40% of the content. No statement, name, claim or phenomenon can be printed without a citation. Refer to point #1.
3. There are a few weak hadith referenced here. This makes one question the author's sources of research. In the presence of the sihah sitta, the massive body of reliable hadith, it should be the sole source of a Muslim scholar. One who quotes weak hadith raises questions about his work. But then again, I found the essence and teachings of the book to be sound. I would humbly suggest that such minor errors be corrected in future editions.