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Dream Interpretation

Dreams in Islam
Dreams in Islam
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  • Authored by: Sh. Imran Hosein

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Details:  Dreams in Islam : A Window to the Truth and to the Heart,
Paperback - 102 pages,
by Shaykh Imran N. Hosein.

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One of  the signs of  the  last age,  i.e., before  the end of  the world,  is  the absence of knowledge (of Truth and,  therefore of  Islam).   Our widespread  ignorance of  the  subject of  ‘Dreams’ and  the  important place which ‘Dreams’ occupy in Islam, (as well as the widespread ignorance of the subject of the Prohibition of Riba (interest) in Islam), is yet another indication that the last age has arrived!  I was myself largely ignorant of the subject and, as a consequence, Satan attacked me through dreams for ten long miserable years.  I did not have the basic knowledge of the subject that the reader can now easily obtain by reading this booklet, and which  could  have  protected me  from  those  dangerous  attacks  and  from  the  grievous  damage  that  they inflicted on me and my family...

‘Dreams in Islam’ is a subject whose supreme importance for the believer continues to increase as the world becomes increasingly godless and as the historical process draws to a close. The Prophet, Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, said:

When the time (of the end of the world) draws close, the dreams of a believer will hardly fail to come true, and a dream of a believer is one of the forty-six parts of prophethood.” (al-Bukhari).

In addressing the subject of dreams we are, in fact, studying the heart and, as a consequence we are probing into the very depths of human nature and conduct. Some dreams are divine gifts to the heart, and such gifts come only when the heart is sound, healthy, innocent, and penetrated with faith in Allah Most High. Other dreams represent attacks on the heart. And still other dreams are either medicine for the heart, or windows to the heart that allow us to see our own hearts.

The Qur’an informs us that Allah Most High punishes the disbelievers by sealing their ‘hearts’, and their ‘hearing’, and by placing veils before their ‘eyes’. (Qur’an, al-Baqara, 2:7). As a consequence such people cannot ‘see’!


---Dreams in Pagan Arabia,
---Dreams in Christian Arabia,

---Dreams in the Qur’an:
---1st. Dream: Dream of Joseph in which sun, moon, and eleven stars bow to him,
---2nd. Dream: Dream to King’s Butler in prison in which he pours wine for King,
---3rd. Dream: Dream to King’s Baker in prison of birds picking from basket of bread on his head,
---4th. Dream: Dream to Egyptian King of seven fat cows etc.
---5th. Dream: Dream to Abraham to sacrifice his son, Ishmael,
---6th. Dream: Wahi (perhaps as a dream) to the mother of Moses to put her baby in a basket in the river Nile,
---7th. Dream: Dream of Prophet Muhammad the night before the battle of Badr,
---8th. Dream: Dream of Prophet Muhammad concerning making a pilgrimage to the House of Allah in Makkah,

---Dreams and Prophethood,
---Classification of Dreams in Islam:
---First kind of Dream: A good true dream - like seeing the Prophet in a dream,
---How to qualify for good and true dreams?
---How to respond if a believer says he has seen a dream,
---Second kind of Dream: Evil dreams,
---Third kind of Dream: from the nafs,
---Implication of false claim concerning dreams,
---Dreams which the Prophet saw,
---Dreams of the Companions of the Prophet,
---The Interpretation of Dreams,

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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 30 January, 2013.

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