Dreams in Islam by Imran N. Hosein
By Imran N. Hosein
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Can never be the equal of an Iqbal. Nor can modern secular education ever produce scholarship who can possibly be the equal of the scholarship which emerges from authentic Islamic education. The Qur’an asks rhetorically: “. . Are the blind equal with those who see? Or the depths of darkness equal to light. . ” (Qur’an: al-Fatir:-35:19-20) Our study of the phenomenon of true dreams and of their link with prophethood has led us to the Sufi epistemology which locates knowledge in the dynamic and creative movement of the mind from material ‘form’ (al-Zahir) to spiritual ‘substance’ (al-Haqiqa).
Come to divine service. Come to divine service. Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar. There is no God but Allah”. When the Apostle was told of this he said that it was a true vision if God so willed it, and that he should go with Bilal and communicate it to him so that he might call to prayer thus, for he had a more penetrating voice. When Bilal acted as muezzin ‘Umar heard him in the house and came to the Apostle dragging his cloak on the ground and saying that he had seen precisely the same vision. The apostle said: ‘Allah be praised for that!
The dream to Abraham sallalahu ‘alaihi wa sallam and the dream to Um Musa, was their clear recognition and understanding of divine instructions and their unhesitant compliance with the directives of the dreams. The believers in this age must summon up the inner faith, courage and conviction to follow those noble examples when they, also, receive directives in dreams. 7th. , smaller in number than they actually were. “And (remember) when Allah made them appear to you in a dream as a small band.