The term ruqyah uses the Qur’an and its supplications as a method of healing and protection. It can treat a broad spectrum of problems stemming from physical, mental, and spiritual issues. The foundations of ruqya consist of reciting the Qur’an and/or its supplications with the premise of seeking assistance from Allah (swt) while simultaneously seeking refugee in Him.

MCC no longer provides Rukya services due to our Imam’s limited bandwidth. You can also consider contacting Moulana Azeez Ahmad at the Academic of Islamic Education in Dundee, Illinois at (630) 965-9635 or the Fitrah Centre for virtual assistance.

Here are also some videos to help you:

Here are some online resources:

Ruqyah services are not currently offered via MCC East Bay.

Please contact Shaykh Abu Imran Muhammad in Denver, Colorado, at (720) 447-5290. For Southern California, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Ustadh Fouad at

For self-rukyah, recite three times a day in a water bottle:

  1. Surah Al Fatiah (7 times)
  2. Ayat Qursi (3 times)
  3. Sural Ikhlas (3 times)
  4. Surah Falaq (3 times)
  5. Surah Al Nass (3 times)

Then, drink water, wash your face, and wipe your head with water. Detail instructions at