Yes, as Muslims we do believe that the Jinn exist even though we are
not able to see them. The reason is that the Qur’ān has told us that the
Almighty has created them. In fact, the Qur’ān says that the Almighty
created the Jinn from fire (55:15). It also says that the Satan who enticed
Adam was among the Jinn (18:50). We are further told by the Qur’ān (7:270)
that the Jinn are able to see human beings while the reverse is not true.
Likewise, the Qur’ān (6:130) informs us that the Almighty has sent Prophets
among the Jinn just as He has done so among human beings, which clearly
points to the fact that, like human beings, the Jinn will also be held
accountable for their deeds before the Almighty. Similarly, there are
certain other details which the Qur’ān mentions about the Jinn. However,
nowhere does it give us any information on the issue you have inquired
about. Authentic A#hadīth are also silent on this matter.
we must rely on our own observation and data in order to form an opinion on
this issue. If one is able to scientifically establish that a Jinn can do
such an act, only then should a definite verdict be given in this regard.
most cases which are reported in this regard, the patient generally suffers
from hysteria and certain other psychological diseases – which can be cured
if proper treatment is given and instead of hunting for witch doctors, one
is wise enough to look for good psychiatrists.