From that which we anticipate good for our brother, Dr. Khaalid ar-Raddaadee, is that a week before he passed away he had a dream…
Just one more Ramadhaan
Visit our YouTube channel for more Shaykh Sulaymaan ar-Ruhaylee said: During the time of the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ there were two brothers who embraced Islaam together. One of them would strive harder [in worship] than the other, and he [also] fought in the Path of Allaah and was martyred. And the second [brother] lived […]
al-Jaami’ as-Saheeh of al-Bukhaaree
I was asleep [by the Ka’bah] between the [Hajr al-Aswad] corner and the Maqaam [Ibraaheem], and I saw the Prophet ﷺ, and he said to me…
Break your fast with us tomorrow
I saw the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ in a dream last night, and he ﷺ said [to me]…
Seeing the Prophet ﷺ in a dream
A man saw our Prophet Muhammad ﷺ in his dream, and he said to him: ‘Pray for me O Messenger of Allaah’. So is this dream real, or [just] imaginary? We request your guidance, and may Allaah grant you success.
Does not realise he is dreaming until he wakes up
One who is asleep does not realise he is dreaming until he wakes up, likewise, one who is negligent of the Hereafter does not realise what he has lost until after death reaches him.
‘So I turn my gaze away from her’
I see a woman in a dream, and know she is not permissible for me, so I turn my gaze away from her.
The dream of the Custodian of the Prophet’s Chamber
“…And if I am lying, then may I die upon the religion of disbelief (kufr).” Is this statement true or a lie?