well i was wondering is it haraam to find interpretation of your dreams?

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Date: Wednesday, 23rd March, 2011

Category

Miscellaneous

Title

well i was wondering is it haraam to find interpretation of your dreams?

Question

can you please answer a few things for me ? well i was wondering is it haraam to find interaptaion of your dreams? 2nd when you do salat al istakhara (not for marriage) how do you know what your supposed to do? i know you supposed to have more feeling towards that something but how do u know its from allah(SAW) not from the shaytan? also i did salat al istakraha about someone then i had a dream that i was talking to this person and he asked me to read quran with him we read surah yasin i really need to know what this mean and if i did the right thing or not i was praying for a sign and i need to know if that was from allah please answer me thankyou wa salaam alykum wa rahmat allah wa barakata

Answer

Muhtaram / Muhtaramah

In the Name of Allāh, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāh wa-barakātuh.

 

  1. There is nothing in wrong in getting ones dream interpreted.
  2. If you have a doubt after Istikhara, you  may continue the Istikhara or make mashwara (consult) with appropriate people about you decision.

And Allah knows best
Darul Iftaa

Madrasah Inaa’miyya

 

 

· The Sharée ruling herein given is specifically based on the question posed and should be read in conjunction with the question.

· The Darul Ifta bears no responsibility to any party who may or may not act on this answer. The Darul Ifta being hereby exempted from loss or damage howsoever caused.

· This answer may not be used as evidence in any Court of Law without prior written consent of the Darul Ifta.

 

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