Islamic Interpretation of Dreams (Ibn-i Sirin):
(Falcon; Hawk) In a dream, a saker means a son, high rank, authority, or a respected, dignified and awe-inspiring person who comes from noble lineage though he is unjust.
If one sees a saker pursuing him in a dream, it means that he has incurred the wrath of a strong and a courageous man who does what he says.
Seeing a saker without a fight in a dream means profits, and the same interpretation applies to most hunting birds or animals. Owning a hunting saker who is well trained and obedient in a dream means gaining authority, or becoming unjust and ungodly. Owning a disobedient saker that does not hunt in a dream means begetting a son who will grow to manhood and be independent.
A saker in a dream also signifies might, rank, victory, attaining oneâ goals, adversities, death, prison, shackles, adornment, or tightening oneâs grip on expenses.
A trained saker in a dream also represents an articulate man of knowledge, verses an untamed saker in the dream.