Twigs

Twigs normally used to start a fire means that backbiting, tale-bearing and slandering will become rife amongst the people.

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Pebbles

Pebbles symbolize backbiting and leveling allegation against someone.

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Scorching by Fire

If someone sees that he is surrounded by flames or flames leap towards him, it suggests that people will backbite about him.

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Roasting Meat

If a person sees himself roasting meat on fire, it implies that he will safeguard himself against backbiting.

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Mounting a Horse

If a person sees himself as mounting a horse which has not defects at all while such a horse trots slowly and gracefully, it means he will acquire honour, dignity and respectability. The same is the interpretation if he sees himself owning, acquiring or securing the horse. For Rasoolullah (Sallallaahu-alayhi-wasallam) has said : “The horse. […]

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Smelting Gold, Silver Etc.

If a person sees himself in the act of melting gold, silver, iron or lead and casting any of them into any form such as coins, it means he will become the subject of people’s slandering and backbiting. May Allah safeguard us against all calamities, hardships and suspicion . Ameen.

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A True Incident

Imaam Muhammad bin Sireen (RA) was approached by a person who said that he saw a very shameful and disturbing dream and that he was ashamed to reveal it because of its nature. The Imaam asked him to write down the dream on a sheet of paper. He wrote that he had been away from […]

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Bleeding from the Anus

If a person sees himself bleeding from the back passage and his body becomes stained with such bleeding, it means he will acquire wealth equal to how much his body is stained.

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An Incident

It is related that Abdullah bin Zubair (RA) saw in his dream that he is engaged in a duel with Abdul Malik ibn Marwan, defeating the latter. The former also sees himself pinning his foe to the ground by means of four nails. When he awoke in the morning, he sent his man to Muhammad […]

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