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Hajj 2014 The Messenger of Allah (SAW) was asked: 'What is the best deed?' He stated: ‘Belief in Allah and His Messenger (SAW).’ He was then asked: 'What next?' He said: ‘Jihad in the way of Allah.' He was again asked: 'What next?' He replied: “The Hajj which is preformed correctly and accepted by Allah.” [Bukhari & Muslim] Hajj is not meant to be a hardship. It is a great act of worship which people must do their best to perform but only if it is feasible for them. Allah says: “Hajj to the House is a duty that mankind owes to Allah, those who can afford the expenses." [Surah Aal-Imran: 97] The Purpose of Hajj Allah says: “And (remember) when We showed Ibraheem(AS) the site of the House (saying): 'Associate not anything with Me, and sanctify My House for those who circumambulate it, and those who stand up (for prayer), and those who bow and make prostration (in prayer).” [Surah al-Hajj (22): 26-27] This verse signifies the purpose of Hajj, it being, the worship of Allah. Allah, the Exalted ordered Ibraheem (AS) to build the Kaa'ba and call people to circumambulate it, and stand up (for prayer), bow down and make prostration (in prayer) to Allah (alone). Therefore, one who performs Hajj is required to sincerely worship Allah and associate none as partners with Him; seek His help, forgiveness and Taqwa. Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, and it is a very important form of worship. Hajj is a worship in which a person, during the days of Hajj, being in the state of Ihram, goes to appointed places at appointed times and remembers Allah through designated activities. On whom is it obligatory to do Hajj? Hajj is mandatory on every Muslim who is sane, has reached the age of puberty, and has the financial capability of performing Hajj. A woman should also have the financial capability of taking a Mahram (legal male guardian) along with her on the Hajj trip to make Hajj mandatory on her. When is Hajj? How long is it? Month of Zul-Hijja. However, the days for performing the obligatory acts of Hajj are the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, of Zul-Hijja. These five days are called (Days of Hajj)
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Hajj 2014 The Messenger of Allah (SAW) was asked: 'What is the best deed?' He stated: ‘Belief in Allah and His Messenger (SAW).’ He was then asked: 'What next?' He said: ‘Jihad in the way of Allah.' He was again asked: 'What next?' He replied: “The Hajj which is preformed correctly and accepted by Allah.” [Bukhari & Muslim] Hajj is not meant to be a hardship. It is a great act of worship which people must do their best to perform but only if it is feasible for them. Allah says: “Hajj to the House is a duty that mankind owes to Allah, those who can afford the expenses." [Surah Aal-Imran: 97] The Purpose of Hajj Allah says: “And (remember) when We showed Ibraheem(AS) the site of the House (saying): 'Associate not anything with Me, and sanctify My House for those who circumambulate it, and those who stand up (for prayer), and those who bow and make prostration (in prayer).” [Surah al-Hajj (22): 26-27] This verse signifies the purpose of Hajj, it being, the worship of Allah. Allah, the Exalted ordered Ibraheem (AS) to build the Kaa'ba and call people to circumambulate it, and stand up (for prayer), bow down and make prostration (in prayer) to Allah (alone). Therefore, one who performs Hajj is required to sincerely worship Allah and associate none as partners with Him; seek His help, forgiveness and Taqwa. Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, and it is a very important form of worship. Hajj is a worship in which a person, during the days of Hajj, being in the state of Ihram, goes to appointed places at appointed times and remembers Allah through designated activities. On whom is it obligatory to do Hajj? Hajj is mandatory on every Muslim who is sane, has reached the age of puberty, and has the financial capability of performing Hajj. A woman should also have the financial capability of taking a Mahram (legal male guardian) along with her on the Hajj trip to make Hajj mandatory on her. When is Hajj? How long is it? Month of Zul-Hijja. However, the days for performing the obligatory acts of Hajj are the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th, of Zul-Hijja. These five days are called (Days of Hajj)