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Islam’s Attitude Towards Interpretation Of Dreams (Part II)

His Eminence Shaikh Ahmed al Khalili, Grand Mufti of the Sultanate
Interpretation of dreams without particular insight usually results in confusion and troubles in the lives of some people as they feel Sheikh Ahmedanxious if the interpretation was worrisome. Most of the dream interpreters look indifferent, telling people disturbing things about which they are uncertain. As an instance of this a few years ago a woman told her colleague that she saw herself in a dream wearing two dresses, one white and the other red.
Without thinking, her colleague told her the dream means that she was going to die and she will enter hellfire as the white dress symbolises the shroud and the red one hellfire. At this point the woman was frightened and was scared to death until her colleague told her that it was April fool day joke.
Some people speak without knowledge or insight and indifferently towards the disastrous effects their words can cause upon others, in Islam such behaviour is considered as an obvious falsehood.
Allah the Exalted made it clear that lying contradicts faithfulness. (They only invent falsehood who do not believe in the verses of Allah, and it is those who are the liars.)

Written by HE Shaikh Ahmed al Khalili  in Columnists

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