A Group of Jinns meet Prophet Muhammad

It is stated by Imam Baihaqi in “Dalail-e-Nubuwwat” on the authority of Hadhrat Abdullah ibn Masood (ra) that the Prophet (saw) once, said to his companions in Makkah: “Whosoever from amongst you desires to see the jinns, he should come to me tonight.” Hadhrat Abdullah ibn Masood stated that nobody except me came that night. The Prophet (saw) took me with him to a high hill in Makkah. He drew a circle with his foot for me and advised me to keep sitting within that circle. Seating Hadhrat Abdullah ibn Masood within that circle, he advanced ahead and then stood at a place. There, he started recitation of the Holy Quran. All of a sudden a big group of jinns encircled the Prophet (saw) and that group stood as a wall between me and the Prophet (saw) and I heard the jinns saying: “Who gives evidence that you are the Prophet.” There was a tree nearby. The Prophet (saw) observed: “Will you accept my claim if this tree gives the evidence?” The jinns said: “Yes, we shall accept it.” On that, the Prophet (saw) called the tree. The tree came nearby and gave the evidence accordingly and all the jinns embraced Islam.
Source: www.islamcan.com

x

Check Also

Questions and Answers on Jinns

Follow Question 1: Who are the jinn? The jinn are among the creatures that Allah (swt) created. Allah (swt) created angels, jinn, mankind, animals, plants and others. Jinn have some qualities like human beings. These qualities are intellect, discrimination, freedom, and the ...

We all have a Jinn Companion

Follow Every individual among the sons of Aadam has a jinn who has been appointed to be his constant companion (qareen). Ibn Mas’ood said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, ‘There is not one of ...

Chaining up of the Devils in Ramadan

Follow It was proven that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “When Ramadaan begins, the gates of Paradise are opened, and the gates of Hell are closed, and the devils are chained up.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 3277; ...