Many people are asking why Muhammad Qasim Bin AbdulKarim is sharing his dreams. And why is it important to share these dreams? This video will explain why he is sharing his divine dreams with every one!
Towards the end of time, hardly any dreams will be untrue. The Prophet (PBUH) said: “That will be because the Prophethood and its effects will be so far away in time, so the believers will be given some compensation in the form of dreams which will bring them some good news or will help them to be patient and steadfast in their faith.” (al-Bukhaari, 6499; Muslim, 4200)
Dreams are given a special importance in Islam. The story of Yusuf (AS) in the Qur’an is an eye opener for those who question the importance of a believer’s dreams and the guidance associated with them. A non-Muslim king of Egypt whose dream helped his kingdom to prepare for the difficult times, has been mentioned by Allah (SWT) himself in the Quran: And [once] the king said, “Indeed, I have seen [in a dream] seven fat cows being eaten by seven [that were] lean, and seven green spikes [of grain] and other [seven] dry. O eminent ones, explain to me my dream, if you are able to interpret dreams.” Surah Yusuf [12:43]
The king of Egypt saw a dream and asked his most experienced advisers to interpret his dream but they all made failed attempts. One of the servants of the King remembered Yusuf (AS) from prison and his ability to interpret dreams. He himself benefited from a previous interpretation of a dream by Yusuf (AS) whilst he was in prison with him.
The king’s advisers visited the prison and narrated the dream to Prophet Yusuf (AS). He explained to them that Egypt would see seven fertile years followed by seven years of drought. Yusuf (AS) stressed on the fact that during these difficult years ahead, it is essential that resources are distributed and managed carefully. He also mentioned this fact that after these 14 years Egypt would become fertile again and there will be abundance of resources.
When the king received this interpretation, he felt convinced and then he ordered the release of Yusuf (AS) and appointed him as the Finance Minister of Egypt. As a result of this, Yusuf (AS) assumed the responsibility of the harvests and storehouses and distributed resources efficiently. He made preparations to store the resources during the seven years of fertility for the next seven years of drought. They saved themselves from a great calamity and trial. Thus the guidance from a dream saved many lives in the end and remember this was the dream of a non-Muslim king!
Exactly like the aforementioned scenario, if we examine the dreams of Muhammad Qasim carefully, they are a pure blessing and mercy from Allah (SWT). They have guidance on how to prepare ourselves and progress and guidance to prepare for the worse circumstances. They have warnings and glad tidings. His dreams are giving an indication that there are bad times waiting ahead for us and we need to do planning for that. Otherwise if the WW3 starts then a large number of Muslims will be killed. To prevent that destruction, we must spread these dreams, get united and make plans on how to save the people’s lives. If we do not plan accordingly then people will die in big numbers. By sharing these dreams we will create more awareness among the people and they will realize why these dreams are important. In the case of Pakistan, sharing these dreams will not only create awareness among the masses but they will also enable them to build pressure around the country’s leadership and the Army Chief in particular when the circumstances get out of control and there is chaos everywhere in Pakistan. Once the Army Chief listens to and believes in Qasim’s dreams then he will also get witness from Muhammad (SAW) via a dream that these dreams are true and they are from Allah (SWT).
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