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  1. Hajj and Umrah: A Brief Guide by Furhan Zubairi
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After that, repeat the opening supplication a third time, followed by more du'aa on your behalf. After completing this supplication, descend from the hill of as-Safaa and head towards the hill of al-Marwah until you reach the first and second green pillars indicating the ancient bottom of the valley between the two hills and run quickly between these two green pillars.

She walked the remaining distance on either side of the valley, as we do today. So, we remind ourselves of the patience, sacrifice, and duty the mother of Isma'eel, Hajar, undertook for the sake of Allaah. So we continue all seven routes between Safaa and Marwah the same way: walking until the green pillars, then running in between them, then walking the remainder of the distance to the next hill.

Well, you should recite whatever you wish, as was the case in the Tawaaf, even in the English language. Keep away from those books that contain false. Make du'aa from your heart. When reaching the hill of al-Marwah, you must climb it part of the way up, face the Ka'bah and recite the very same supplication and then your own du'aa — three times — exactly as you performed on the hill of as-Safaa. Do not do what the other people do when they reach the hill, such as shouting Takbeer Allaahu Akbar then moving on to the next hill.

This is wrong. Stop, repeat the supplication we have learned above , make your du'aa then go on to the next point. Leaving from al-Marwah, walk back towards as-Safaa, until you reach the "Green Mile" and then run as before. On the hill of as-Safaa, repeat exactly the same statements and du'aa as you did before then proceed back to al-Marwah.

Going from as-Safaa to al-Marwah is a complete circuit i. This goes on until you complete seven circuits and end up on al-Marwah. Some of the ignorant people assume that one complete circuit is going from as-Safaa to alMarwah then from al-Marwah back to as-Safaa. Going from as-Safaa to alMarwah is one complete circuit, and going from al-Marwah back to as-Safaa is another complete circuit.

Therefore, you commence the Sa'ee on as-Safaa and complete it on al-Marwah; after seven circuits. This takes one out of Ihraam known as Tahallul. You may have sexual relations with your wives, wear scented oils or perfume, wear a "Qamees" or a turban, etc. As Allaah has mentioned:. Obtain the most benefit of your time there by visiting the scholars and going to their classes, engaging in the remembrance of Allaah, etc. On the 8th of Dhul-Hijjah, known as Yawm at-Tarwiyyah, you must enter into the sacred state of Ihraam a second time, which is now the Ihraam of Hajj.

This is accomplished wherever you are, whether inside the Masjid Al-Haram, or at the hotel in which your are staying. I forgot to mention earlier when discussing the Ihraam, that is is preferable mustahabb to take a bath and apply scented oil or perfume before donning the clothes of Ihraam.

But it is not obligatory, so if you do not take a bath prior to Ihraam, there is no harm. If you applied scent before Ihraam and the scent remained in your head or beard after entering into Ihraam, there is no harm. What is prohibited is to apply a scent after the Ihraam has been assumed. This is Haraam prohibited.

Any effects from previously applying scent upon the head, body, or beard, before assuming Ihraam, is overlooked. No, the Ihraam is assumed from any place you are staying at in Makkah, whether in a hotel or the Haram Sacred Mosque — anywhere you are staying at.

Some people while in Ihraam fall ill during Hajj and are unable to complete the rites of Hajj. If this occurs, the person must repeat his Hajj next year 2 and offer a sacrifice in Makkah as a penalty fidyah before being able to come out of the sacred state of Ihraam. Nothing else remains obligatory on him in that case. This statement means: "Allaah has ordained that I will be unable to complete and continue with the remainder of my rites. Therefore, I will now come out of Ihraam and nothing else is necessary upon me. The Muhrim sets out and heads towards Minaa, where he should arrive and remain at so that the Dhuhr, 'Asr, Maghrib, Ishaa' and Fajr prayers are all performed there.

He must repeat it since it is still obligatory on him to perform it at least once in his lifetime. But if this was his second time, then he need not repeat it unless he does so voluntarily. In the A. It is preferable to pray these prayers with the Jam'aah congregation. But if this is not possible, then you may perform the combined and shortened prayers on your own. First, make the Iqaamah and perform the Dhuhr prayer in two rak'aat.


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The Qur'aan, when being recited, however, must be done in Arabic. Anything other than that can be done in English, i. All of these can be done in English. There are no prescribed prayers or supplications for 'Arafah, so there is no need for prayer books. Just make your du'aa and your remembrance of Allaah in any way you know, as long as it comes sincerely from the heart. Should he climb the mountain at 'Arafah? Rather, he remained upon his camel at the foot of the mountain.

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Hajj and Umrah: A Brief Guide by Furhan Zubairi

One should engage himself in the remembrance of Allaah, supplication from the heart, reciting the Talbiyyah. You should not get involved with the people in idle talk or disputes, but rather, remain alone in order to call to Allaah, praise Him, magnify Him and glorify Him. Usually, if you walk the distance, you will arrive sooner than if you were to take a vehicle there because of the crowds. If you are unable to walk, then ride there. And if you are able to get there faster than by vehicle, then walk to alMuzdalifah. Once in al-Muzdalifah, you are now within the sacred precincts of Makkah, where you must spend the remainder of the night until Fajr.

Many of the "Muttawafeen" those responsible for leading people through the different rites of Hajj bring the pilgrims directly to Minaa, without stopping at al-Muzdalifah. Spending the entire night at al-Muzdalifah is obligatory waajib.

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The Hajj makes the stay at al-Muzdalifah mandatory until the sunrise of the following morning. When you first arrive at al-Muzdalifah, you are to perform the Maghrib prayer in three rak'aat and the 'Ishaa prayer in two rak'aat, combining the two prayers. You make one Adhaan and Iqaamah before each of the two prayers. Upon completing the two prayers, you can go to sleep.

There are no other required prayers for the remainder of the night at al-Muzdalifah. So you may sleep until the appearance of Fajr, whereupon you awaken and perform the two rak'aat Sunnah of Fajr, followed by the two rak'aat for Fajr prayer. Then you should remain there and remember Allaah, as Allaah says:. There are no prescribed supplications or statements during this time.

Make the best of your own du'aa, in the language you can understand. You remain at al-Muzdalifah until just a little before the sun rises.

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Then you get up and leave, walking towards Minaa, not arriving there until after the sun rises. On this day there are four prescribed rites:. You may obtain these pebbles from wherever you find them on the road. Gather seven pebbles, each being the size of a little larger than a chickpea, and a bit smaller than a lima bean. This size of a pebble is known as khadhif, which is a small pebble that can be grasped and thrown by the forefinger and thumb. Do not throw all seven pebbles together at once, and do not throw them from a far-away distance. You must stand as close as possible to the Jamrat pillar before throwing, to avoid causing harm to the people near the Jamrat ahead of you.

The pillar of stone jamrat at which you are throwing the pebbles at is not the Devil!

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Some even climb up the pillar striking it and cursing it all the while! This is wrong and not correct. The pillar is not the Devil. There you sacrifice your hadee sacrificial animal. It is preferred to sacrifice the animal with your own hand at the slaughterhouse, or alternatively, you can designate by proxy someone else to slaughter on your behalf i. Many scholars have made Qiyaas comparative judgement that the hadee is comparable to the standards of the udhiyyah and it is not permissible to be under a. What is correct is that you may slaughter an animal of any age, for verily Allaah has said:.

Make the sacrifice of an animal you can easily afford, even if it is a small one — whatever size that you can afford without difficulty. A person with little funds can sacrifice only a small hadee while a rich person may sacrifice a big hadee.