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Jin (arab tilida: جن), Islomiyatda va Islomiyatdan avvalgi arab mifologiyasida notabiiy maxluqlar guruhi, irqini anglatadi. Jinlar odamlar koʻziga koʻrinmiydi, lekin oʻzi xohlaganda yoki Xudodan buyruq olganda koʻrinishi mumkin.

Jinlar insonlar bilan parallel dunyoda yashaydi. Ular tozza otashdan yaratilgan boʻlib, Ollohga ishongan va ishonmagan, Yomon va yaxshilari bor. Koʻpchilik oʻzbeklar jinlarga salbiy qarashadi, chunki shayton ham otashdan yaratilgan ekan.

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