Skip to comments.'Sorceress' Extorts Dh4m From Emirati Mom Over 'Jinn' Claim
Posted on 05/04/2014 1:48:29 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Emirati woman told to pay to expel jinn gripping her daughter so she can marry
A woman claiming to be an exorcist embezzled more than Dh4 million from an Emirati woman telling her that her daughter would not be able to marry because she was gripped by jinn (spirits), a newspaper reported on Sunday.
Worried for her daughter for not getting married despite her growing age, the Emirati woman was told by one of her daughters acquaintances that she could take the girl to a friend who can identify her problem and solve it.
A few days later, that woman told the Emirati mother that she met a female exorcist who told her that her daughter was under a magic spell and that a male jinn has gripped her and insisted on marrying her. She told the mother that the jinn is a leader in his clan and that he would not let her daughter marry any man.
The girl told the mother that the woman can handle the problem and cure her daughter, but she made clear that this woman charges very high fees for her services, Al Bayan daily said without making clear where in the UAE that woman lives.
It said the mother later agreed to that womans demands and paid her Dh4million plus all her daughters jewellery, worth around Dh700,000.
A few days later, the woman demanded an additional sum but the mother refused on the grounds she could not afford it.
The mother told that woman that she had already taken a loan to pay her and that she cannot afford the rest. The mother then thought of selling her house but discovered she could not because it was granted to her by the government, it said.
The paper said the case is still in UAE courts and that the mother is accusing that women of deception and extortion.
What age might that be? Six, the age at which the pedophile mohammed married Aisha? Nine, the age at which the pedophile mohammed consummated his marriage to Aisha? Tell us, please, what age is this future moslem bride?
Lemon or Dry ?
It sounds like the daughter’s “friend” is a shill for the “sorceress.”
Maybe the daughter is just homely, or maybe everyone in the clan knows the mother is a total flake.
How cute was she? Nice, too. She was a frequent guest at a resort where I worked in the ‘90s. Very sweet.
In Islam, it’s apparently not unusual to believe in possession by evil spirits, black magic, jinn, ghosts, evil eyes, etc. Someone sent me a youtube link a couple of years ago, to an Imam discussing how to tell if you are possessed by a “jinn.”
For example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PLtVRMTLZI
Hey, I would have sold the daughter a goat costume for 20 bucks.
That made the thread.
What effect does your coffee on Jinn?
It might cause them to become rage fueled patent lawyers.
How could one tell the difference?