Ruqyah refers to the healing method based on the Quran and hadith through the recitation of the Quran, seeking of refuge, remembrance and supplication that is used as a means of treating sickness and other problems, by reading verses of the Quran, the names and attributes of Allah, or by using the prayers in Arabic or in a language the meaning of which is understood. The use of ruqyah as a method of treatment is popular among the Islamic alternative healing practitioners. This method of ruqyah is based on the recommendations and practices carried out by the Prophet (pbuh) for self-treatment or to help his Sahabah and others. Through analysis of the inductive, deductive and historical approaches, this article aims to explain the views of Imam al-Bukhari in relation to aspects of ruqyah and its use in the treatment of disease by analysing some chapters translated (tarjamah al-bab) by Imam al-Bukhari in the Kitab al-Tibb. The results show that the use of ruqyah in the treatment of diseases refers to the discussion of the seven chapters translated (tarjamah al-bab) on three main issues:  The use of ruqyah from the Quran,  Conditions in using a ruqyah, and  The types of ruqyah recommended by the Prophet.
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Pomegranates are one of the oldest natural remedies known to human being. There are sayings “before there was medicine, there was food”, and pomegranates top the list when it comes to ancient healing benefits. In history, pomegranates are closely related with religious culture like Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism. Even these religions have their belief and practice when using pomegranates as food and medicine. Therefore, this article will discuss the pomegranates in the eye of al-Quran and its nutritional value. Apart from its nutritious value, the pomegranate also has medical benefits that can treating and preventing disease naturally.
qadar . 30 In his Metaphysics of the Healing , Ibn Sīnā discusses evil in a chapter entitled “On Providence, Showing the Manner of the Entry of Evil in Divine Predetermination”. 31 It begins with the doctrine that Providence ( al-ʿināya ) consists of “the order of the good in the highest possible
) for those who do good, who keep up the prayer, pay the alms, and believe firmly in the [life] to come. 44 Other words are also used to describe the Qurʾān in the same positive way, as being something good and salvific given by God, such as shifāʾ , “a healing,” 45 and niʿma , 46 “a grace, a
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heal the breasts of Believers. These are only the tip of an iceberg; there are more Qurʾanic passages through which one can recognize easily that the pattern and sequence of the contents are totally in contrast with those related to jihād . The melody and tone of the above-mentioned verses