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A '''qarin''', according to Islamic literature, is a [[jinni]]. Qarins are unique to each individual. Qarin literally means 'constant companion'. A qareen pushes a person to do evil things and to disobey Allah, with the exception of prophet Muhammad.
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The '''Qarin''' (Arabic: '''قرين‎''' ''qarīn'', 'constant companion') is a [[jinni]] double of human, either part of the human himself or a complementary creature in a parallel dimension. They are unique to each individual. A qareen pushes a person to do evil things and to disobey Allah, with the exception of prophet Muhammad.
   
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[[Al-Qarinah]] (sometimes called at-Tabi'ah) and Umm al-Subian are well-known jinn whose names are also often found on talismans. [[Al-Ahmar]] is sometimes called Abu at-Tawabi', or father of the ''qarins'', the male versions of al-Qarinah.
 
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The Qarin (Arabic: قرين‎ qarīn, 'constant companion') is a jinni double of human, either part of the human himself or a complementary creature in a parallel dimension. They are unique to each individual. A qareen pushes a person to do evil things and to disobey Allah, with the exception of prophet Muhammad.

Al-Qarinah (sometimes called at-Tabi'ah) and Umm al-Subian are well-known jinn whose names are also often found on talismans. Al-Ahmar is sometimes called Abu at-Tawabi', or father of the qarins, the male versions of al-Qarinah.

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