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Dream Interpretation of reciting the Kalima

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Answered by Mufti Mohammed Tosir Miah


1)    What does it mean to dream yourself reciting the Kalima?

2)     What does it mean to dream yourself making Wudhu and offering the salah?

3)    Also I always dream that I am in some place where I have already been and try to either find the way out of it or trying to find some particular room but am lost. Sometimes I see myself searching for a Masjid in a familiar place where I have already seen the Masjid but seem to be lost and go round and round to find it. At times I come across the Masjid and find people already praying and that I am still making wudhu or if I happen to join the Salaah then halfway through my salaah I find the direction of the Qibla changing or the Imam making some mistake and the salaah is stopped. Most of the people offering the salaah are known to me. What does this all mean?

4) Is it a good sign to see dead people in the dreams talking to you. Most of the dead people I am not even close to and never think of them also appear in my dreams. What does it mean? 



The first three dreams signify one’s steadfastness and concern for his religion. The last dream is telling you the state the dead people are in the grave.

Only Allah Knows Best

Mohammed Tosir Miah

Darul Ifta Birmingham.

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