Qarin

Qarin may refer to:

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Jinn in Islam - Qarīn
... In a hadith recorded by Muslim, the companion Ibn Mas'ud reported 'The Prophet Muhammad said 'There is not one of you who does not have a jinn appointed to be his constant companion (qarīn).' They said, 'And you too, O Messenger of Allah?' He said, 'Me too, but Allah has helped me and he has submitted, so that he only helps me to do good.' '. ...
Battle Of River - The Battle
... the Persians with about 17,000 men, before the battle, Qarin challenged Khalid bin Walid to a duel, Khalid accepted the challenge but when he moved to face Qarin, Another men called Maakal ibn el acha reached Qarin ...
Qareen
... A qarin (Arabic قرين‎ qarīn), according to Islamic literature, is a Jinn ... Qarins are unique to each individual ... Qarin literally means 'constant companion' ...
Al-Mu'tasim - Caliphate
224 (838–839) Mazyar ibn Qarin who detested the Tahirids rebelled against them ... commander Hayyan ibn Jabalah convinced Mazyar's Qarin ibn Shahriyar to betray Mazyar ... Qarin sent Hayyan Mazyar's brother and other commanders Qarin had taken by surprise ...