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I need an interpretation please. I am walking into a building wearing ihram, the room is with marbled floor and walls and there are these water container jugs of sorts made of gold. There is someone with me as I am looking back and talking to someone. Strangely, the wall was separated in two parts by screening of sorts. I walk into the next part and see many children half naked and starving, one of them was shouting something and crying and another looked on silently with no expression on his face his eyes never blinked. There was a woman in ragged clothes in the corner as well. I thought I heard one of them say where is the zakah? Then I heard myself say ‘people who are given responsibility to gather zakah should not spend from it for themselves.’ I come out of the building and I see the ghilaf and people around the Kabah and realize we are in the haram.

Answered according to Hanafi Fiqh by Darulifta-Deoband.com

I need an interpretation please. I am walking into a building wearing ihram, the room is with marbled floor and walls and there are these water container jugs of sorts made of gold. There is someone with me as I am looking back and talking to someone. Strangely, the wall was separated in two parts by screening of sorts. I walk into the next part and see many children half naked and starving, one of them was shouting something and crying and another looked on silently with no expression on his face his eyes never blinked. There was a woman in ragged clothes in the corner as well. I thought I heard one of them say where is the zakah? Then I heard myself say ‘people who are given responsibility to gather zakah should not spend from it for themselves.’
I come out of the building and I see the ghilaf and people around the Kabah and realize we are in the haram.

Answer

(Fatwa: 33/90/N=1434)

The meaning of your dream is that you should do sadaqah and khairat extensively and convince others for the same. In-shaAllah, you shall be honoured with Hajj or Umrah, or you would get the reward of both or one of them.

Allah (Subhana Wa Ta’ala) knows Best

Darul Ifta,
Darul Uloom Deoband

This answer was collected from the official ifta website of Darul Uloom Deoband in India.

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