Whether the Jinn Disturb a Praying Person And Whether They Steal Knowledge In Heaven?

Yes, Shaitan and helping him the jinn try to disturb a man during prayer, sending him various extraneous thoughts. In the hadith narrated by Abu Huraira (peace be upon him) the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: "When Shaitan hears the Azan he runs away. At the end of the Azan appears again. When reading ikamat for prayer, he runs away again. At the end of ikamat he reappears, being between a man and his nafs, saying, "Remember that, remember this", reminds him about everything. As long as one does not forget how many rak'at he read". (Bukhari, Salad: 28/6, № 1174, 1/413)

May Almighty save us from delusions of Shaitan and make our prayers sincere.

Before the appearance of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) Jinn listened to the Angels conversing in Heaven.

As reported by Aisha (R.A.) The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "The Angels are discussing things that should be done on earth. At this time, Shaitan, hear it, diluting it with a lie, will pour into the ears of soothsayers, like water from a vessel". (Bukhari, Badula-Haq 11, № 3114, 3/1197)

The Holy Qur'an says the following about it:

"And we have sought [to reach] the heaven but found it filled with powerful guards and burning flames. And we used to sit therein in positions for hearing, but whoever listens now will find a burning flame lying in wait for him". (The Quran, 72:8-9)

In another Surah there are the following verses: 

"Indeed, We have adorned the nearest heaven with an adornment of stars. And as protection against every rebellious devil. [So] they may not listen to the exalted assembly [of angels] and are pelted from every side, Repelled; and for them is a constant punishment, Except one who snatches [some words] by theft, but they are pursued by a burning flame, piercing [in brightness]". (The Quran, 37:6-10)

The Mufti of The Republic of Tatarstan Kamil hazrat Samigullin

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