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The pseudonym of a feral child who spent the first 13 years of her life locked inside a bedroom strapped to a potty chair until she was discovered by authorities. She was a victim of one of the most severe cases of social isolation in American history
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His mental health manifested itself in paranoia and auditory and visual hallucinations of a djinn speaking to the defendant.
The alleged djinn healer was also charged with breach of public morals of Muslims for claiming that he cures people suffering from djinns by using the Quran.
Abu Dhabi: As UAE's supernatural thriller Djinn made its premiere at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival on Friday night, the spooky bits were not limited to the silver screen.
Dalrymple discusses the career of William Fraser in detail in City of Djinns.
And we are better at smelling and hearing and feeling, and that is why we know there are djinns and you don't know.
In formal Gnawa engagements, there are the performances of animal-sacrifices, which announce "the occasion to both the human and djinn (spirit) communities within hearing range" (Goodman, 39-40).
They have been described as holding deviationist religious views about the power of djinns, figures in the Qoran that are often viewed by villagers as a sort of Islamic leprechaun.
Orhan Rifat's lecture on the djinns in The Arabian Nights at the Ankara conference, Gillian creates her own fairy tale in which she gets to be the heroine, releasing an Oriental daemon from the old Turkish glass vase she buys in Istanbul.
I find the story quite fascinating since it is based on the magical world with fairies and djinns and a love triangle.
The island witnesses an intense battle between the humans and djinns.
Latifa Al Karrani and Shamsa Ahmad have directed Jin Hunters, where two girls who know nothing about the word of djinns embark on a journey by posing questions that open many doors.
For Quentin, the letter acts as a "fragile pandora's box" that releases "violent and unratiocinative djinns and demons" into the room (208).