A Khateeb

He symbolises a faqeeh, jurist and a man of great Islamic learning.

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Soorah Burooj

Allah will remove his grief and bestow him with honour by granting him knowledge in a variety of Islamic sciences.

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A Burdensome Necklace

If a person sees himself as being helpless in lifting a necklace and wearing it, it means he is a man of great Islamic learning but unable to act upon it.

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Eid

Witnessing any of the two Islamic Festivals in the dream means an end to all his perplexities, grief and sorrow. It also means increase in his rizq.

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Reciting the Holy Qur’aan

Looking into the Qur’aan and reciting it depicts and Hikmah (i.e. Islamic knowledge and wisdom). In general, reciting the Qur’aan Symbolises truthfulness in speech and conduct.

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A Turtle Walking on the Road

Seeing a turtle walking on the road or in a garbage or in a dumping place means that the inhabitants of that place have little or no regard for Islamic knowledge. They will soon be deprived of Ilm and Ulama.

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Crescents

(Including the sickle and crescent moon) signify the feminine, mysterious power that is intuitive and non-rational. The crescent is also recognized as the symbol of the islamic faith.

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