Jihad, Religious War, Or Muslim Struggle Dream Explanation — Going to Jihad: Will triumph, obtain peoples gratitude, and be praised and dignified in view of a verse in the Holy Quran: Those of the believers who sit still, other than those who have a (disabling) hurt, are not on an equal footing with those who strive in the way of Allah with their wealth and lives. Allah hath conferred on those who strive with their wealth and lives a rank above the sedentary. Unto each Allah hath promised good, but He hath bestowed on those who strive a great reward above the sedentary. (Al-Nisa [Women], verse 95.) Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Jihad, Religious War, Or Muslim Struggle Dream Explanation — Seeing people going to Jihad: Those people will emerge victorious and become stronger and greater.
Seeing oneself fighting the atheist alone with the sword and striking right and left: The dreamer will triumph over enemies.
Being in a religious battle and staying on the sidelines or turning away: The dreamer will no longer endeavour for the welfare of his family, will stop supporting his relatives, and will no longer be religious, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran: Would ye then, if ye were given the command, work corruption on Earth and sever your ties of kinship? (Muhammad, verse 22.) Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Jihad, Religious War, Or Muslim Struggle Dream Explanation — Emerging victorious from a religious battle: The dreamer will achieve business gains or trade will be prosperous.
Dying in the way of Allah: Joy, welfare, and dignity, owing to the Quranic verses: Think not of those who are slain in the way of Allah, as dead. Nay, they are living. With their Lord they have provision: Jubilant (are they) because of that which Allah hath bestowed upon them His bounty, rejoicing for the sake of those who have not joined them but are left behind: that there shall no fear come upon them neither shall they grieve. (Al-Imran [Imran Family], verses 169170.) Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Islam Dream Explanation — An atheist or a polytheist dreaming that he has passed unto Darul Islam (the Islamic fold): Will die quickly, because, says Ibn Siren, the camp of Islam is that of Eternal Truth.
A Muslim dreaming that he is saying, I have become Muslim: His life will improve and he will become more faithful to God.
A Muslim dreaming that he has become Muslim again: He will be safe from all plagues and pests.
An atheist or a polytheist dreaming of resuscitating or of being in a ship plying the seas: He will become Muslim. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
A Believer Seeing A Dream Dream Explanation — Allah's Messenger (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) said: The vision of a Muslim which he sees or which is shown to him, and in the hadith transmitted on the authority of Ibn Alushir (the words are):" The pious dream is the forty-sixth part of Prophecy." (Muslim) Dream Interpreter: Imam Muslim
Incident - a king trying to Annihilate the Muslims Dream Explanation — When the sheikh and his colleagues departed the king began to ponder deeply about what the sheikh had said. He became convinced and decided not to go ahead with his plans. When the clergy heard of this they approached him and urged him to go ahead with his plan. They reasoned with him not to believe the interpretation of the sheikh as he was a Muslim and a Muslim would obviously be opposed to king Muslims. They also sought his permission to kill the sheikh which he refused. They continued to incite him against the Muslim and urged him to go ahead with his plans. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin
Bible Dream Explanation — A Muslim king holding a Bible: Will subdue his enemy.
An ordinary Muslim dreaming that he has a Bible: Will devote all his time to worship, turn ascetic, and develop a taste for tourism, sports, and isolation. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
A Believer Seeing A Dream Dream Explanation — The pious dreams are the seventieth part of Prophecy. (Muslim) This hadith has been reported on tile authority of 'Ubaidullah with the same chain of transmitters. (Muslim) A hadith like this has been reported on the authority of Nafi' with the same chain of transmitters (and the words are): " I think Ibn 'Uniar said: The seventieth part from Prophecy." (Muslim) Dream Interpreter: Imam Muslim
Pulpit Dream Explanation — The mosques pulpit, rostrum, or tribune symbolizes an Arab ruler, a prestigious Muslim, or the Muslim masses.
Making philanthropic statements at the pulpit: (1) If a specialist, the dreamer will rise in life and wield power. (2) If a layman, the dreamer will be renowned for his righteousness. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Sermon Dream Explanation — A non-Muslim dreaming of making a sermon: (1) Will become a Muslim. (2) Will die very soon.
A woman dreaming of making a sermon: Power for her folk and enhancement of her values. If her sermon comprised misguiding statements or bad counsel, a scandal will make her notorious. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Incident - a king trying to Annihilate the Muslims Dream Explanation — The king said: This is your proof regarding the elephants. What have you to say about the drums? He recited the verse: And when the trumpet will be blowns, this will be a very hard day for the non-believers-not an easy one. When the king heard this he became utterly shocked and perplexed since the Shaikh's explanation was rational and irrefutable. To avoid embarrassment to himself he dismissed the sheikh and his colleagues saying that he would have believed him if he (the sheikh) were not a Muslim. But since he is a Muslim he is biased in his delivery of interpretation. The Shaikh said: You will soon find out for yourself, o king!. Dream Interpreter: Ibn Sirin
A Believer Seeing A Dream Dream Explanation — Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) as saying: The vision Qf a pious man is the forty-sixth part of Prophecy. (Muslim) This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Yahyi b. Abu Kathir with the same chain of transmitters. This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Abu Huiaira through another chain of transmitters. (Muslim) Dream Interpreter: Imam Muslim
Fetters Dream Explanation — Abu Huraira reported: I love to see fetters but I hate necklace (in a dream), for fetters signifies one's steadfastness in religion, and he also reported Allah's Messenger (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) as saying: The vision of a believer is forty-sixth part of Prophecy. (Muslim) This hadith has been transmitted on the authority of Abu Huraira and the words are: " When the time draws near," the rest of the hadith is the same. (Muslim) Dream Interpreter: Imam Muslim
Death Dream Explanation — Death of the king: The country will be lost.
Death of the imam (Muslim spiritual leader): (1) Havoc in the city or country. (2) Loss of the dreamers religious faith.
Death of a ulema (Muslim religious scholar): No more learning or Islamic Law in that place.
Death of either parent: Will deteriorate materially and/or spiritually.
Death of the father: Quandary regarding the dreamers livelihood.
Death of the mother: (1) Worries and sorrow. (2) Aims will not be fulfilled.
Death of a son: (1) Will get rid of or be safe from ones enemy. (2) An inheritance. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Kohl Dream Explanation — This is a sort of eye powder or powder of antimony, a preparation of soot and other ingredients, to darken edges of eyelids. It is extensively used by veiled Arab Bedouin women, whose eyes are the only thing seen of their body, which renders them very attractive. It is also used for newly born Muslims and by certain Muslim men. Kohl and its usual container made of silver or the kohl bottle symbolize women. They also refer to the sharp eye. Seeing a devout Muslim with kohl on his eyelids is regarded as a good dream. But it is not so if the kohl is used by a corrupt man. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Ali Ibn Abi Taleb Dream Explanation — An Ulema, or Muslim religious scholar or erudite, seeing Ali: Will acquire further knowledge, prestige, and power over his equals. The dreamer should be careful as not to be taken captive, deported, or relocated. Seeing Ali in a warlike mood in a Muslim city: Civil strife or a very strong polemic.
Seeing Ali in a place where there are great or old people: They will all be destroyed.
Seeing Ali, his hands deeply tinged: The children of the dreamer will have the upper hand in a dispute with him.
Seeing Ali with a wound in his body: The dreamer is being stabbed or strongly contested and will be brought down or subdued.
Ali taking out the sword: The dreamer is asking his children to become chiefs and to fight for it. Seeing Ali in a fight means that those children will triumph. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Neck Dream Explanation — The neck is the center of honesty and trust. Any increase in it is an increase in piety and trustworthiness.
A snake coiled around ones neck: The dreamer is not paying the zakat (Muslim religious due).
The dreamers two jugular veins having exploded and blood oozing out of them: The dreamer will die.
The imam (Muslim spiritual leader) dreaming that his neck is becoming thick: He staunchly upholds right and justice and subdues his enemies.
Having pain in the neck: (1) The dreamer has betrayed a trust and will be chastised by God. (2) The dreamer has misbehaved and drawn complaints. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Animal Dream Explanation — Marrying any kind of animal: Will marry a woman having similarities to such an animal.
If the animal is consenting: The woman will go in the husbands direction, be it right or wrong.
Domestic animals turning wild: Evil and harm and vice versa.
Plenty of beasts: The rural population.
Turning into a deer or any other kind of wild animal: Will isolate yourself from the Muslim community.
The milk of wild beasts: Rare and scarce money.
Drinking the milk of wild beasts: Religious enlightenment and asceticism.
Owning and controlling wild beasts: Will control Muslim renegades. Dream Interpreter: Various Islamic Scholars
Dreams Near The Day Of Judgement Dream Explanation — Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (Sallallaahu-Alayhi-wasallam) as saying: When the time draws near (when the Resurrection is near) a believer's dream can hardly be false. And the truest vision will be of one who is himself the most truthful in speech, for the vision of a Muslim is the forty-fifth part of Prophecy, and dreams are of three types: one good dream which is a sort of good tidings from Allah; the evil dream which causes pain is from the satan; and the third one is a suggestion of one's own mind; so if any one of you sees a dream which he does not like he should stand tip and offer prayer and he should not relate it to people, and he said: I would love to see fetters (in the dream), but I dislike wearing of necklace, for the fetters is (an indication of) one's steadfastness in religion. The narrator said: I do not know whether this is a part of the hadith or the words of Ibn Sirin. (Muslim) Dream Interpreter: Imam Muslim
Dreams Causing You To Worry Dream Explanation — This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Abu Qatada, but there is no mention of the words of Abu Salama: " I saw dreams (which perturbed me) but I did not cover myself with a mantle." (Muslim) Dream Interpreter: Imam Muslim
Q: What do the words Islam and Muslim mean? A: The word Islam literally means "submission" in Arabic, referring to submission to God. Muslim, one who practices Islam, refers to one who submits to God.What does it mean when you dream about stomach surgery in Islam? ›
Dreaming of Stomach Surgery in Islam
Generally, stomach surgery in a dream may symbolize a need for physical, emotional, or spiritual healing. It may indicate that the dreamer is undergoing a significant transformation or change in their life or that they needs to undergo a process of self-reflection and introspection.
For a married woman, giving birth in a dream symbolizes the fulfillment of her desire to have children and the realization of her maternal instincts. It also signifies happiness, joy, and blessings.What is the most important words in Islam? ›
Praise be to God, the Lord of the Worlds..." These words hold an important place in Muslim liturgies and forms the core of the salat. "In the protection of God".Why do Muslims cover their hair? ›
For Muslim women, the hijab serves as an identity that reflects their modesty and strong beliefs or what is called the 'Imaan'. Hijab or a veil or headscarf is a piece of clothing worn by Muslim women to cover themselves from head to feet.What does Islam say about surgery? ›
Conclusions: The rule in Islam is that individuals should be satisfied with the way Allah has created them. Islam welcomes, however, the practice of plastic surgery as long as it is done for the benefit of patients.What does it mean to dream of a wound on your leg in Islam? ›
6- According to Prophet Daniyal عليه السلام, a bleeding nose in a dream indicates that the person will make money through illegal sources. 7- A bleeding wound on the leg in a dream signifies that that person's clan will enhance in society.What is the spiritual meaning of vomiting in a dream in Islam? ›
Here are some possible spiritual meanings of vomiting in Islamic dream interpretation: Purification and repentance: Vomiting in a dream may signify the dreamer's spiritual need to purify or repent for their sins. It may be a call to let go of negative thoughts, emotions, or behaviors and seek forgiveness from Allah.What does it mean to dream of someone having a baby? ›
Dreaming about someone else giving birth
You might dream of someone else giving birth simply because you know of someone who's recently had a baby or wants to get pregnant. Alternatively, this dream could mean that the person you're dreaming about is about to experience a significant change in their life.
Good luck and abundance – In the Bible, baby boys are considered harbingers of a divine spirit who bring pride, glory, and riches. With this interpretation, dreams of baby boys symbolize luck and abundance coming your way. Lucky you!
If you already know your baby's gender, the dream reflects your joy, excitement, and anticipation about giving birth to a baby boy. For those who don't know gender, the vision might be a prediction or subconscious affirmation. These dreams also represent the hopes, fears, and anxieties of giving birth.What do Muslims say when someone dies? ›
Those present when the person passes should continue tradition by saying “Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji'un”. This means “Verily we belong to Allah, and truly to Him shall we return” and is a must for all Muslims who have since passed from this world.What is the strongest word in Quran? ›
Ayat al-Kursi is regarded as the greatest verse of Quran according to the hadith. The verse is regarded as one of the most powerful in the Quran because when it is recited, the greatness of God is believed to be confirmed.What is Allah's Favourite word? ›
Samurah ibn Jundab reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The most beloved words to Allah are four: glory be to Allah, praise be to Allah, there is no god but Allah, and Allah is the greatest. There is no harm in starting with any of them.”Do Muslims believe in God? ›
Belief in the Oneness of God: Muslims believe that God is the creator of all things, and that God is all-powerful and all-knowing. God has no offspring, no race, no gender, no body, and is unaffected by the characteristics of human life.What do Muslims believe? ›
The belief that "There is no god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God" is central to Islam. This phrase, written in Arabic, is often prominently featured in architecture and a range of objects, including the Qur'an, Islam's holy book of divine revelations.Can Muslims drink alcohol? ›
Drinking alcohol is considered haram, or forbidden, in Islam. As proof of the prohibition, Islamic scholars and Muslim religious authorities typically point to a verse in the Quran, the Muslim holy book, that calls intoxicants “the work of Satan” and tells believers to avoid them.Do Muslims eat pork? ›
Pork is a food taboo among Jews, Muslims, and some Christian denominations. Swine were prohibited in ancient Syria and Phoenicia, and the pig and its flesh represented a taboo observed, Strabo noted, at Comana in Pontus.