Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
(Caller to prayers; Muslim caller on the hour of prayers) In a dream, a muezzin representsâ someone who calls for what is good and blessed, a broker, an officiant who performs the wedding ceremony, the messenger of the king, or his door attendant.
If a muezzin recites the entire call to prayers in a dream, it may denote the pilgrimage season.
The call to prayers in a dream also may represent a siren announcing a burglary or a fire.
If a woman calls to prayers on top of a minaret in a dream, it means innovation and that a major trial will emerge in that locality.
If a child calls to prayers from the top of a minaret and at a time other than the hour of prayers in a dream, it means that ignorant people will rise to govern and lead his community.
The call to prayers in a dream also represents an official announcement.
An unknown muezzin in a dream represents the governor, or the ruler of that land.
(Also see Cock fighting; Minaret; Masjid; Mosque; Ram)