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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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When you play on facts, like jinn, you are playing on people's actual fears.
"Jinn is Netflix's first Middle Eastern original series which will bring Middle Eastern folklore to the modern world," Savas said.
They have little option but to believe in stories of jinns and the supernatural that the pirs can summon to redress their grievances.
Summary: Washington DC, [USA] Aug 13 (ANI): Netflix's upcoming Arabic language series 'Jinn' has commenced shooting at several locations in Jordan.
"Sometimes, the illness is from other evil jinns, and, if it is, then I can cure them," she said.
"Jinns can only get to you at precise moments: if you get really angry, if you are really upset, in intimate relations when the woman is not married.
Hunting moufflon has also many complex rituals, like putting a heavy rock or a waddan mask on their heads, singing specific magical verses and keeping the hunt as secret to avoid jinns' anger.
Jamil, from Luton, Beds, had denied the offence, saying he was hearing voices and wanted to go to Syria to be exorcised of "jinns" (evil spirits) that plagued him.
Their topics include Algerians in the French army 1914-18: from military integration to the dawn of Algerian patriotism, Muslim askaris in the colonial troops of German East Africa 1889-1918, between "non-Russian nationalities" and Muslim identity: perceptions and self-perceptions of Soviet Central Asian soldiers in the Red Army 1941-45, haunted by jinns: dealing with war neuroses among Muslim soldiers during the Second World War, and Muslim sailors in British colonial navies from the Second World War to independence.
I know there is a scientific explanation behind it, but it feels very supernatural -- like there are some jinns in the room."
5) However, no commentator or lexicographer has argued, on the basis of the haqiqa lughawiyya of the Qur'anic term dabba ("earth-crawler"), for a sub itemization of human beings, jinns and angels under the category of dawabb in the sense of animals.
RIYADH: Traders offering what they term as "blessed" products that claim to cure magic spells, effects of jinns, bad souls and other ailments are cashing in on demand from anxious customers, according to local media.