Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
(Spiritual guide; Letter carrier; Lighthouse; Minaret of a mosque) In a dream, the minaret of a mosque represents a righteous man who fosters unity and love between people, who calls them to live by their religious covenant and guides them on the path of God Almighty.
If a minaret is demolished in a dream, it represents the death of such a spiritual guide, fading of his name, dispersal of his community, and perhaps it could lead to the reversal of their conditions.
The minaret of the cityâs central mosque in a dream represents a letter carrier, or a guide calling people to Godâs path. Falling down from the top of a minaret into a well in a dream means marrying a strong minded woman who uses vicious expressions, when one already has a pious wife with whom he enjoys peace and tranquility.
It also means losing oneâs authority or control. Climbing a wooden minaret and calling people to prayers in a dream means attaining authority and rising in station through hypocrisy.
Sitting alone on the top of a minaret, praising Godâs glory and glorifying His oneness in a dream means becoming famous, while the loud glorifications mean that oneâs distress and sorrow will be lifted by Godâs leave.
The minaret of a mosque in a dream also represents the chief minister of the ruler, or it could represent the muezzin.
(Also see Lantern; Mailman; Masjid; Mosque; Muezzin; Watchtower)