How can the jinn be expelled from a house?

Shaykh Waheed Baali says:

If you are certain that really are jinn in the house – and that it is not a trick – then the way to expel them is as follows:

  1. You should go – taking two people with you – to the house and say: "I urge you by the covenant that Sulaymaan alaihissalam took from you to leave our house. I urge you by Allaah subhanahu wata'ala to leave and not harm anyone." You should repeat this for three days.
  2. If you notice anything in the house after that, then you should bring water in a vessel, bring your mouth close to it and say the Du'aa which Al-Muhaaribi wrote to Abu'l-Nadr, which is quoted above. After saying this Du’aa, sprinkle that water in every corner of the house, and put some in every spot, then they will depart, by Allaah's subhanahu wata'ala leave.
  3. Continue to recite the Qur'aan in the house – especially Soorah Al-Baqarah – and offer Nafil prayers and pray Qiyaam at night in the house.
  4. Purify the house of everything that involves disobedience towards Allaah subhanahu wata'ala. [1]

[1] Waqaayat Al-Insaan

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Taken from, The Jinn and Human Sickness - Remedies in the Light of the Qur'aan and Sunnah
by Dr. Abu'l-Mundhir Khaleel ibn Ibraaheem Ameen
Foreword by Waheed ibn 'Abbus Salaam Baali
Translated by Nasiruddin Al-Khattab
Edited by Dr. Abdul Ahad (Alig.)

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