Is Taweez Allowed In Islam?

Is Taweez Allowed In Islam

Often times, people are wondering whether it is permissible to wear Is Taweez Allowed In Islam? . This talisman is usually written on paper and is believed to have magical powers that can help protect you from all sorts of evil forces and calamities.

Generally, it is allowed in Islam to wear taweez as long as it contains only verses of the Quran, and no other words. However, there is a difference of opinion among the scholars regarding this. This is because some of the taweez may contain unknown names and words, which is shirk (invoking other gods).

In addition, some of these amulets can be made to do spells and ward off harm. Some of them even claim to bring benefits to the person.

The Controversial Topic of Taweez in Sufism and Islam

This is not the way of the Messenger of Allaah (Peace and Blessings of Allaah be upon him)! He cursed anyone who did such things.

The Quran, which is the Word of God, is a message to the creation; it is meant to be read and understood by the reader, and it is meant to be beneficial. It is only beneficial if the reader acts upon it with thoughtful and wise implementation.

The same is true with amulets; they are not beneficial if the person uses them without following Shariah injunctions. It is better not to give such persons ta’wizes, rather to direct them to the straight path. There are many people who never make Dua and are neglectful of the Shariah injunctions, but they always depend on these amulets.