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Islamic Dream Interpretation Camel and Dream Meaning

 A camel sometimes symbolises a journey, sometimes grief and at other times a huge and healthy person_depending on circumstances. The same is the case when a strong, red camel is seen. Source: Ibn Sirin

camel in a dream also represents prosperity, trials, a tree or women's holdings. A tamed camel in a dream represents a learned person. Collecting camel's fur in a dream means money. Source: Ibn Sirin

Camels symbolize devils in view of a religious belief that they are carrying demons on their humps. They also symbolize death because of their ugly voice and bad temper and because they carry beloved ones far away. Likewise, the camel represents the ignorant and hypocritical individual in view of the Quranic verse: “Or deemest thou that most of them hear or understand? They are but as the cattle—nay, but they are farther astray!”  (“Al-Furqan” [The Criterion], verse 44.) It also alludes to the patient, enduring person or the ship  (because camels are the ships that ply the lands). Moreover, the sight of a camel is a harbinger of sorrow, as the Holy Prophet is reported to have once said, “Riding camels is sorrow and notoriety.” Source: Islamic Scholars

An Unfamiliar Camel

If an unknown, ugly camel is seen appearing in an area of city or village it means either an enemy will make his appearance in that place or that place will be devastated by floods, plague or disease. But if the camel is seen as beautiful and healthy then the end result of the above calamities will be favourable and a means of blessings. Source: Ibn Sirin


It represents a woman if the viewer of the dream is unmarried. Otherwise it means a journey, land, property or house. Source: Ibn Sirin

Arab She-Camel

An Arab she-camel: An honest and well-born Arab woman. Source: Islamic Scholars

She-Camel Leaves one's House

If a she-camel leaves one's house in a dream, it means separation from one's wife through either a divorce or death. Source: Ibn Sirin

Holding the Reins of a Camel

If one sees himself holding the reins of a camel and driving it on a paved road in a dream, it means that he will guide a heedless person and lead him on the straight path. Source: Ibn Sirin

Taking a Camel’s Reins

Taking a camel’s reins and pulling it to a known place:  (1) Will reform a debauchee.  (2) Leaders will be attracted to the dreamer. Source: Islamic Scholars

Taking Camel through a Side Road

If one takes the camel through a side road in a dream, it means that he will lead such a person into wrongdoing. Source: Ibn Sirin

Seeing Camels without Saddles or Ornaments

Seeing camels without saddles or ornaments or proceeding along the road: Clouds and rain. Source: Islamic Scholars

Single Camel

One camel: A man; if Arab, an Arab man, et cetera. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel with a Pedigree

camel with a pedigree: A traveller, a sheikh, or a famous man. Source: Islamic Scholars

Owning a Camel

Owning a camel: Will overpower strong and influential men. Source: Islamic Scholars

Watching Arab Camels

Watching Arab camels: Will rule over an Arab province. Source: Islamic Scholars

Taking Camel Wool

Taking camel wool: Lasting money. Source: Islamic Scholars

Watching Two Camels Fighting

Watching two camels fighting: War will break out between two kings or great men. Source: Islamic Scholars

Eating the Head of a Camel Raw

Eating the head of a camel raw: Will slander or backbite a great man. Source: Islamic Scholars

Eating Camel Meat

It means illness for the one who eats it. Source: Ibn Sirin

Eating camel meat: Will fall sick. Source: Islamic Scholars

Cooked Camel Meat

Cooked camel meat:  (1) Halal  (lawful or honest) gains.  (2) Sincerity and success in doing certain things, but with caution, in view of a verse in the Holy Quran: “All food was lawful unto the children of Israel, save that which Israel forbade himself…”  (“Al-Imran” [The Family of Imran], verse 93.) Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Calf that is Weaned

Camel Calf that is Weaned — It symbolises a perbond child. Source: Ibn Sirin

Milk of Wild Camel

It symbolises progress in one' Deen. Source: Ibn Sirin

Camel Milk

Cow Milk, Camel Milk and Buffalo Milk — All three symbolise prosperity and goodness, sheep milk also symbolises prosperity and goodness but to a lesser degree than the former. Source: Ibn Sirin

Drinking Camel Milk

Drinking camel milk without milking it means the person will acquire lawful wealth from someone who is physically strong, wields power and commands respect. Source: Ibn Sirin

Chewing Camel Milk

Chewing camel milk: Humiliation. Source: Islamic Scholars

Milking a Camel

Milking a camel and drinking its milk in a dream also means marriage to a pious and a chaste woman. If one is already married, then it means that his wife will beget a blessed son. Source: Ibn Sirin

Milking a camel in a dream means receiving a significant gift from a person in authority. If the milk turns into blood in the dream, it means that he will acquire illegal funds. Source: Ibn Sirin

Milking a camel: Money from a king or an influential person. If blood comes out instead of milk, illicit gains. Source: Islamic Scholars

Milking She Camel

Milking an Arabian she camel in a dream means working in an Arab country. Milking an Asian Bactrian camel in a dream means working in another country. If blood comes out of the glands of a she-camel instead of milk in a dream, it means deviation from Allah's path, or it could represent a tyranny. If a venom flows from one's glands instead of milk in the dream, it means earning unlawful money. Source: Ibn Sirin

The one who does this will acquire lawful wealth from a woman. But if, instead of milk, he takes out blood, pus or anything else from the udder the wealth thus acquired with be unlawful. Source: Ibn Sirin

Milking a she-camel: Work will pay. Source: Islamic Scholars

She-camel Giving Milk in a Mosque

A she-camel giving milk in a mosque or an agricultural field: A fertile year to come. If people are scared or besieged, or if there is some intrigue or heresy in the air, all those things would disappear, as the she-camel milk represents normalcy in adoring God and observing the Tradition of the Holy Prophet. Source: Islamic Scholars

Drawing Water from Old Well and giving to Camels

If one sees himself drawing water from an old well to give water to his camels or to provide drinks for people in a dream, it means that he performs good deeds and that he is a charitable person. He then becomes like a shepherd. Source: Ibn Sirin

Herding Camels

Herding camels in a dream means presiding over people from a different land. Source: Ibn Sirin

Voice of Camel

The gurgling of a camel in a dream represents a blessed journey, a pilgrimage, a successful business trip, or toiling and hardships. Source: Ibn Sirin

The gurgling of camels in a dream means travels and difficulties. Source: Ibn Sirin

Farmer Counting Camels

If a farmer sees himself counting camels in a dream, it means rain and a good harvest. Source: Ibn Sirin

Camel Hair

If a man sees himself as spinning wool, hair or camel hair it means hew will soon undertake a journey and return with halaal provision in abundance and wealth which will be a means of great barakah and blessings for him. Source: Ibn Sirin

Being Mounted on a Camel

Being mounted on a horse or a camel and holding a spear: Dignity, influence, authority, and prosperity. Source: Islamic Scholars

Traveling on Foot Leading a Camel

If he travels on foot leading a camel in the dream, it means that he will do so with the help of a woman. Source: Ibn Sirin

Camel Meat

It represents the belongings of the one who sees the dream. Source: Ibn Sirin

Camel meat:  (1) Money and other benefits from the supreme authority.  (2) Money from a giant man and powerful enemy, as long as the dreamer had not touched it. If he had, it would mean the reverse. Eating it cooked means the dreamer will unjustly eat the wealth of another person, fall ill, then recover. Source: Islamic Scholars

Driving a Herd of Camels

Driving a herd of camels or becoming the owner of such a herd means he will become the leader of a people. Source: Ibn Sirin

Islamic Dream Interpretation Camel Litter

In a dream palanquin or a litter or a camel litter represents a woman. Camel litter carrying pilgrims represents the festivals, pilgrimage season, celebrations, joy and glad tidings in the town one may recognize in his dream. Source: Ibn Sirin

Riding a Camel

Riding an animal  (horse, donkey, camel, et cetera): Dignity and fulfilment of desires. Source: Ibn Sirin

Riding a Camel

Riding a camel means that a journey is to be undertaken. Source: Ibn Sirin

Riding an Arab Camel

Riding an Arab camel: Will go to Mecca (Makkah) for the pilgrimage. Source: Islamic Scholars

Riding a She-Camel

Owning or riding a she-camel:  (1) If a bachelor, will get married.  (2) If planning to travel, the journey will take place.  (3) Will own some land or a house, et cetera. Source: Islamic Scholars

Healthy Person Riding a Camel

A healthy person dreaming of riding on a camel: Will travel. Source: Islamic Scholars

Riding a Camel in the City Center

Riding a camel in the city center or failing to make it move: Worries, sorrow and such troubles as would cripple the dreamer and prevent him from rising or moving, like going to jail or falling ill. Source: Islamic Scholars

A revolutionary dreaming of riding a camel in the city center or failing to make it move: Will get caught and perish, especially if he was wearing a showy dress. Source: Islamic Scholars

Riding an Obedient Camel

Riding a camel who is obedient to his master in a dream means solving one's problem at the hand of a foreigner. If an Arab helps resolving one's problem in the dream, it means that the person in the dream will perform a pilgrimage to Allah's House in Mecca. If he dismounts his camel during his journey in a dream, it means that he will be inflicted with a disease that will obstruct his journey. Source: Ibn Sirin

Sick Person Travels on Camel

A sick person dreaming that he will travel on a camel: Will die. Source: Islamic Scholars

Woman Riding on a Camel

A woman dreaming of riding on a camel:  (1) If single, will get married.  (2) The absent husband will come back unless there are signs of notoriety and scandals in the dream, in which case it should be taken at face value. Source: Islamic Scholars

Fighting a Camel

Fighting or quarrelling with a camel means he will fight with his enemy. Source: Ibn Sirin

Camel that Escapes

An escaped, lost or stolen camel means that a perbond wife will separate from him. Source: Ibn Sirin

Running on a Camel

Running on a horse, camel, or any such animal or on one’s feet: Request will be granted speedily; escape and salvage from a fearful matter. It could also mean trying to flee from God Almighty or the Angel of Death, in which case the dreamer is doomed to perish. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel driver

In a dream, a camel driver represents a manager, a guide, a sailor, the captain of the ship, travels, or death of a sick person. Source: Ibn Sirin

Leaping Over a Camel

If one sees himself leaping over a camel in a dream, it means distress, a sickness or a growing enmity toward an insolent person. Source: Ibn Sirin

Unable to Control a Camel

If one finds himself unable to control his camel in a dream, it means being overcome by a strong opponent. Source: Ibn Sirin

Being unable to control a camel: Pain from a mighty enemy. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Eating Meat

camel eating meat or going about eating something unknown from each house: An epidemic. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Seen Downtown

camel seen downtown or amid a group of people: An outspoken man will die or get killed. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Chasing People

camel chasing people: A tyrant, an enemy, or some flood will wreak havoc in the area. Source: Islamic Scholars

Falling from a Camel

Falling from a camel: Will become poor. Source: Islamic Scholars

Being Thrown by a Camel

Being thrown by a camel: Will get ill. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Rebelling

camel rebelling against the dreamer: Disease, sorrow, and a dispute with a man. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Entering Mouth

camel entering the dreamer’s mouth or any part of his body: Will be possessed by a demon. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Dying in a House

camel dying in a house: The sick father of the family or the dreamer’s chief or son  (if ill) will die. The camel’s flesh falling apart and its bones being scattered represent a heritage. Source: Islamic Scholars

Slaughtered Camel

A slaughtered camel: Injustice. Source: Islamic Scholars

Slaughtering a camel to eat it in a house where no one is ill:  (1) Will open a store.  (2) Will help justice prevail and be rewarded for that. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Skinned Alive

camel skinned alive: Power will wane, money will go, and isolation will follow. Source: Islamic Scholars

Touching a Baby Camel

Touching a baby camel: Sorrow and worries. Source: Islamic Scholars

Camel Skin

Camel skin: An inheritance. The she-camel symbolizes a woman, a year, a tree, a palm tree, a ship, or some complications. Everything that is put on a camel’s back, like a saddle, a palanquin, et cetera, for the rider to sit on equally refers to a woman. Source: Islamic Scholars

Incident: Pot filled with Milk and a pot filled with Honey

A man came to Imam Ibn Sirin and said: "I saw a pot filled with milk, then someone brought a second pot of the same size which was filled with honey. He then poured the honey into the milk, and miraculously, the first pot contained both of them without any spillage. Further on, he poured some foamy substance on the top, and I sat with some friends eating and skimming the foamy substance first. Suddenly, the contents of the pot turned into a head of a camel, and we kept on eating from it." Ibn Sirin replied: "What a wretched dream you had! The milk represents inherent purity. Source: Ibn Sirin

What is poured into it has nothing to do with inherent purity. Your eating of the scum means waste, and neither you nor your friends will benefit from it, for God Almighty has said: "For the scum will be thrown off." (Qur'an 17:13) As for the camel in your dream, it represents an Arab leader, and in this case, he is the Prince of the believers, the Caliph Omar Bin 'Abdul- Aziz, and you are backbiting him and sweetening your calumny with honey." Source: Ibn Sirin

Incident: Abraham and the Forty Camels

Sheikh Muhammad bin Isa al-Rikhawi of Aleppo, Syria, once saw in a dream that God's prophet Abraham, Alayhi-Salam, came and gave him forty camels. Shaikh Muhammad went to Shaikh Ahmad Shahabu Deen Al-Maghribi and told him his dream. Sheikh Shahabu Deen replied: 'You will live forty years from this day." On the thirty-ninth year, Sheikh Muhammad visited Sheikh Shahabu Deen who encouraged him to perform his pilgrimage that year. Sheikh Muhammad died three days after his return from Mecca. Sheikh Shahabu Deen led the funeral prayer and buried him beside his father. Shortly after that, Sheikh Ahmad Shahabu Deen died and was buried in their vicinity. Source: Ibn Sirin

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