Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
Reciting the Torah but not recognizing what it is in a dream means that one may become a fatalist.
To own a copy of the Torah for a king or ruler in a dream means that he will conquer a land or make peace with its people on his terms.
If he is learned in real life, it means that either his knowledge will increase or that he will invent what is not ordained, or he may tend to lean toward jovial company.
Seeing the Torah in a dream also means finding what is lost, welcoming a long awaited traveller, or it could represent someone who follows the Jewish faith.
As for an unmarried person, owning a Torah in a dream means getting married to a woman from a different religion, or it could mean marrying a woman without her parentsâ consent.
Seeing the Torah in a dream also may mean extensive travels.
Ifoneâs wife is pregnant, it means that she will bear a child who resembles his father.
If oneâs wife is pregnant, and if he sees himself holding the Torah in a dream, it means that she will beget a daughter, for the gender of the word Torah is feminine.
It also means that he will mix with evil companions.
Similar interpretations are given to carrying other scriptures.
To see the Torah, or the Evangel, or the Gospel in a dream is as though one has seen Godâs Prophet Muhammad, upon whom be peace, because his name (uwbp) is mentioned in all three of them.
It could also mean betrayal, negating a covenant, or desiring what is shoddy.