AsalamuAllahkum Some days before around 3-4days ago i saw a dream someone is trying to do sexual harass me bt whn i try to call upon people no one gets able to hear me later after 1-2 days i saw a dream of owning a flat n thn 3 unknown mens were trying to rape me bt somehow i managed to escape n again no one hears my voice n worst part was on the same day my fiance saw the same dream that 3 mens were trying to rape me bt he woke up n called me i was surprised both of us saw relatively same dreams on same day
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First of all, we apologize for not answering your question because the site is specialized in responding to Islamic questions, and we do not have a section that deals with the interpretation of dreams.
We ask Allah to bring good to you and repel evil from you.
It is perhaps appropriate to mention here that a frightening vision is most likely caused by the devil, in order to grieve the believer, but he cannot harm him with anything except with the permission of Allah Almighty.
Jabir narrated that a man came to the Prophet and said: “I saw in a dream as if my head had been cut off.” Thereupon, the Prophet laughed and said: “When Satan plays with any one of you in his dream, he should not mention it to the people.” [Muslim]
Also, if he sees what he hates, he should abide by the Prophetic treatment and that dream will not harm him at all.
Abu Salamah ibn 'Abdur-Rahmaan said: “I used to see a dream that makes me sick.” He said: “I met Abu Qataadah, who said: “I also used to see a dream that makes me sick until I heard the Prophet saying: “The good dream is from Allah. So, if any of you sees what he likes in a dream, he should not tell it to anyone except to whom he loves. If he sees in a dream what he fears, he should spit on his left-hand side three times and seek refuge with Allah from its viciousness and from the evil of Satan, but he should not inform anyone about it at all, and in this case, it will not cause him any harm.” [Muslim]
Another narration reads: “He should change the side on which he was sleeping.”
These narrations include Islamic etiquette when one sees such dreams.
Allah knows best.
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