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(2270)

Abu Hurairah narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said: When time draws near, the dreams of a believer will hardly ever fail to come true, and the most truthful of them in dreams will be the truest in speech among them. The dream of a Muslim is a portion among the forty-six portions of Prophet-hood. And dreams are of three types: The righteous dream which is good news from Allah, dreams in which the Shaithan frightens someone, and dreams about something that has happened to the man himself. So when one of you sees what he dislikes, then he should get up and spit, and not tell any of the people- he said:- and I like the fetters in a dream while I dislike the iron collar. And the interpretation of fetters is being firm in the religion .

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2270

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(2272)

Anas bin Malik narrated: The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said: 'Indeed Messenger-ship and Prophethood have been terminated, so there shall be no Messenger after me, nor a Prophet.' He(Anas) said: The people were concerned about that, so he (s.a.w) said: 'But there will be Mubash-shirat.' So they said: 'O Messenger of Allah! What is Mubash-shirat?' He said: 'The Muslim's dreams, for it is a portion of the portions of Prophethood.'

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2272

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(2273)

Ata' bin Yasar narrated from a man among the inhabitants of Egypt who said: I asked Abu Ad-Darda about the saying of Allah, Most High: 'For them are glad tidings in the life of the present world' so he said: 'No one other than you asked me about it, except for one man, since I asked the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w), he said: 'No one other than you has asked me about it since it was revealed: This Ayah refers to the righteous dreams which the Muslim sees or which are seen about him.

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jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2273

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(2275)

It is narrated from 'Ubadah bin As-Samit, who said: [I asked] the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) about For them are glad tidings in the life of the present world. He said: 'This refers to the righteous dreams which the Muslim sees or which are seen about him.'

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2275

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(2277)

Abu Qatadah narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said: Dreams are from Allah and Hulum are from Shaitan. So when one of you sees something that bothers him, then let him spit on his left three times, and let him seek refuge in Allah from its evil. Then it will not harm him.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2277

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(2278)

Waki' bin 'Udus narrated that Abu Razin Al-'Uqaili said: The Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said: The believer's dreams are a portion of the forty portions of Prophet-hood. And it is (as if it is) on the leg of a bird, as long as it is not spoken of. But when it is spoken of it drops. I think he said: And it should not be discussed except with an intelligent one or a beloved one.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2278

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(2279)

Waki' bin 'Udus narrated from Abu Razin that the Prophet (s.a.w) said: The Muslim's dreams are a portion of the forty-six portions of Prophet-hood. And it is (as if it is) on the leg of a bird, as long as it is not spoken of. But when it is spoken of it falls.

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jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 33, Hadith 2279

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