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How does dream interpretation distinguish itself from fortune telling?

Dreams are considered one part of prophecy, see this hadith: When the end of time draws near, hardly any believer will see a false dream, and the ones who see the truest dreams will be the ones ...
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What are the Keys of the Unseen?

The Keys of the Unseen are five matters... ... that are related to the knowledge of the unseen, which only Allah possesses As mentioned in verse 34 of Surah Luqmaan: When the Hour (Day of Judgment) ...
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What does ilm e ghaib mean in simple sentence

Literally, it just means "knowledge of the unseen". "The unseen" (al-ghaib) here refers to things which are impossible for us to know, but which Allah knows because He knows everything. It is ...
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What does ilm e ghaib mean in simple sentence

Ilm-e-Ghaib is knowledge of unseen or hidden matters. There is no debate on whether the Prophet had Ilm-e-Ghaib in absolute terms, there is a part of this knowledge that is known to the Prophet: ...
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How does dream interpretation distinguish itself from fortune telling?

The perception of dream interpretation and fortune telling in Islam Dream interpretation in Islam is considered as a "science" (maybe here a better translation is a specific kind of ...
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Did the Prophet have knowledge of the unseen ('ilm al-ghayb)?

Allah ﷻ, and only Allah, knows the absolute unseen (Arabic: علم الغيب المطلق). The Prophet ﷺ received revelation from Allah through Gabriel about specific incidents at specific times, but he had no ...
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Did the Prophet have knowledge of the unseen ('ilm al-ghayb)?

the simple answer of your question is that the prophet have the knowledge of ilm e ghaib but through Allah Almighty.When you read the life of the Holy Prophet SAWW uou will find that ilm e ghaib is ...
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Is palmistry haram in Islam?

Any knowledge which induces one to be curious to know which is unknowable and is part of God's knowledge is impermissible. The rationale behind that is that people tend to believe such practitioners ...
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Why can't we see jinn when they're created from FIRE...?

A fire with smoke is the fire as we know it (candle, stove, furnace, engine, campfire, stars, etc.). When anything is set to fire, it starts burning and spreads smoke by consuming its fuel. What is ...
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