While ordinary weapons and forces have no power over them, they are susceptible to magic, which humans can use to kill them or to capture and enslave them.As with the jinn, an ifrit may be either a believer or an unbeliever, good or evil, but he is most often depicted as a wicked and ruthless being.The author shows the results of a comparative survey of the content of basic educational programmes of the RF Ministry of Culture high schools in the 071900 “Library-informational activities” branch of learning and analyzes the perspectives of further reforms of High school educational process on the grounds of introducing the Standards Three plus. Speciality 052700: State Educational Standard, approximate programmes and plans]: collection of regulations and methods aids / edited by O. Ifrits are infernal jinn, spirits below the level of angels and devils, noted for their strength and cunning.An ifrit is an enormous winged creature of fire, either male or female, who lives underground and frequents ruins.Pilgrimages of some Arabs, including the Aws, Khazraj, Yathrib and others, were not considered completed until they visited Manāt and shaved their heads. are often described as the most powerful type of jinn, having especially great powers. Like every jinn, they have free will yet could be compelled to perform chores.
An idol of Hubal said to have been near the Kaaba is described as shaped like a human with the right hand severed and replaced with a golden hand.
The three daughters of Hubal, and chief goddesses of Meccan Arabian mythology, were Al-lāt, Al-‘Uzzá, and Manāt.
Each is associated with certain domains and had shrines with idols located near Taif which have been destroyed.
Ifrits live in a society structured along ancient Arab tribal lines, complete with kings, tribes, and clans.
They generally marry one another, but they can also marry humans.