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Selina Scott talks to Yasmin Ishaq

Selina Scott talks to Yasmin Ishaq who doesn't believe in ghosts but in jinn, supernatural creatures in Islamic tradition, that can have a terrible impact on the Muslim community.

Selina Scott is intrigued and fascinated by the ghost stories she hears living in a rural community. She thinks she has her own ghost in her kitchen,an old 15th century farmhouse in North Yorkshire.

In the second of her three programmes for One to One, Selina talks to spiritual healer, Yasmin Ishaq who doesn't believe in ghosts but in Jinn, supernatural creatures in Islamic tradition. She explains this phenomena to Selina and the devastating impact it can have on Muslim communities.

Producer: Perminder Khatkar.

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