False belief that certain Aayahs bring good and prevent harm

All praise be to Allaah. May peace and blessings be upon the Messenger of Allaah, his family, and Companions!

I read a pamphlet that is ignorantly or maliciously circulated by many people starting with Allaah’s (Exalted be He) saying: Nay! But worship Allâh (Alone and none else), and be among the grateful. And some other Aayahs (Qur’aanic verses) then the writer said: “I do give due concern by sending these Aayahs to bring about goodness, prosperity, wealth and success.” He mentioned that it was spread around the world and that whoever pays attention to these Aayahs will achieve great success but whoever neglects them will be afflicted with trials and ordeals. He mentioned that these Aayahs prevent evil and bring about cure and goodness only four days after reading them. This is a baseless publication that it is a source of lies, fabrications, and ignorant sayings. The assumption that it brings about goodness and dispels evil and that whoever pays attention to it will be successful and whoever neglects it will be afflicted with trials is Baatil (null and void). Indeed, it defames the `Aqeedah (creed) and misleads hearts to turn away from Allaah (Glorified and Exalted be He)… read more here.

Note: This article was published in Islaamic Research Journal, 5th Edition, Editorial, Page: 254-255.

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