Assalamu ‘Alaykum Dear Shaikh,
Dajjal was on aircraft carrier ship and I was first seeing from his perspective and then looking at him. It was a US style ship and they were doing tests on him and travelling with urgency covering alot of distance by sea. I felt a feeling of evil from him. He was sitting, as if on a bicycle, bent over, with big thighs, similar to the way a chicken looks when you buy it from the supermarket. He was a man, but also looked metallic. I then found myself in an expensive building with my brother and sister and we were rich (i.e. befitting the expensive surroundings). It didn’t feel like we were there to do anything good. I was asking a question to someone at the bar although I wasn’t drinking anything. I had the dream 30 minutes before sunrise. Salam ‘Aleykum..
wa `alaykum salam,
The Prophet (s) said, “I know more about the powers which the Dajjal will have than he will know himself. He will have two flowing rivers: one will appear to be pure water, and the other will appear to be flaming fire. Whosoever lives to see that, let him choose the river which seems to be fire, then let him close his eyes, lower his head and drink from it, for it will be cold water…” (Muslim).
The appearance of Dajjal (Anti-Messiah) in the Last Days will be a time of great confusion for Muslims and all believers, as he will have tremendous power to deceive. Alhamdulillah, you were not deceived and did not drink from the bar in the expensive building, showing the flashy false exterior of this world. You correctly perceived that there was no good for you and your family there. This is an indication to not be involved in any of the fitnas inherent with our world today. Keep to your studies or work and keep your obligations, but do not expose yourself and family to unnecessary tribulations.
The Prophet (s) said, “There will come a time of afflictions when one who sits will be better than one who stands; one who stands will be better than one who walks; and one who walks will be better than one who runs. Whoever exposes himself to these afflictions, they will destroy him. So whoever can find a place of protection or refuge from them, should take shelter in it.” (Bukhari and Muslim.)
Dr. Karim Tourk