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She did Hajj and she did not cut her hair, stone Jamrat al-‘Aqabah or offer a sacrifice; what must she do now? 176329 Publication : 09-09-2015 Views : 4749 Question A woman from Morocco did the obligatory Hajj in 1988. On the tenth of Dhu’l-Hijjah she did not do these rituals: stoning the Jamrah, cutting...
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Various issues concerning Hajj and ‘Umrah 191409 Publication : 09-09-2014 Views : 19414 Question Allah has blessed me and I have been chosen to be among the doctors who will be sent with the Egyptian group to care for pilgrims to the House of Allah, and by Allah’s leave I will perform Hajj this year....
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They did fourteen laps of sa‘i for ‘umrah out of ignorance; is their ‘umrah valid? 137928 Publication : 30-08-2016 Views : 5476 Question My parents went for ‘umrah this year, after dreaming of it for approximately ten years or more. When they went to do sa‘i between as-Safa and al-Marwah, they did 14 laps instead...
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Ruling on someone who stoned the jamaraat then when he came back to his country he realised that he had thrown fewer than seven pebbles 128422 Publication : 11-09-2015 Views : 3786 Question When my mother went for Hajj, she went to stone the Jamaraat, and she put some pebbles in her pocket and stoned...
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Ruling on doing ‘umrah repeatedly from Makkah, and ruling on tawaaf al-ifaadah for a woman who is menstruating 111501 Publication : 13-09-2015 Views : 12908 Question I intend to do Hajj this year, but as everyone knows, it is not easy to achieve that, because of the costs, and because there is a lottery for...
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She wants to go for ‘umrah but she does not have a mahram 25841 Publication : 17-05-2011 Views : 104792 Question I want to go fo Umah but as i cant go without Meam, i’m stuck & sad, my husband is vey much busy with his wok cant leave the site fo8-10 days , kindly...
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Can a pregnant woman perform Hajj? 2983 Publication : 02-08-2002 Views : 37018 Question Is it halal for a pregnant woman to perform umrah or hajj? Does it depend on the stage of pregnancy she is at (e.g. 4 months pregnant compared to 8 months pregnant)? There is risk of falling and disease due the...
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Does having a tattoo on the body mean that a person cannot go for Hajj? 1199 Publication : 06-07-2019 Views : 6945 Question What is the ruling about having tattoos on the body? Does it stop a person who has tattoos from performing the duty (fareedah) of Hajj? Answer Praise be to Allah. It is...
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He did tawaaf during Hajj inside the Hijr  109275 EN Question I did Hajj for the first time, and when I circumambulated the Ka’bah, in most of the circuits around the Ka’bah I cut it short and omitted the wall that is separate from the Ka’bah bur close to its northern side. What is the...
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Standing at the Black Stone and blocking tawaaf 33784 Publication : 30-10-2010 Views : 7082 Question Some pilgrims, when they reach the line that marks the place for starting tawaaf, stand there for a long time, blocking the way for other pilgrims and causing annoyance to them. What is the ruling on standing at this...
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She vowed to do more than one ‘umrah; is it permissible for her to do them in a single trip?
November 19, 2023
She vowed to do more than one ‘umrah; is it permissible for her to do them in a single trip? 124142 Publication : 31-08-2016 Views : 7659 Question I am an Egyptian girl, and I have been suffering from several problems for eight years, praise be to Allah in all circumstances. I vowed to Allah that if He blessed me with the opportunity to do ‘umrah, I would also do ‘umrah on behalf of my father who is sick, and on behalf of my paternal uncle and maternal uncle (may Allah have mercy on them both). But some people told me that this is not permissible, and you have to do ‘umrah only once in each trip; in other words do ‘umrah on your own behalf only, then go back to Egypt, then travel again to do ‘umrah on behalf of someone else, and so on. Is it permissible for me to fulfil my vow during a single trip or not? Please note that the duration of ‘umrah from Egypt may be a week or ten days at most. Answer Praise be to Allah. Doing ‘umrah repeatedly in a single trip is not the practice of the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) or of his companions, therefore it is makrooh, as has been explained previously in the answer to question no. 111501 But seeing that you made a vow to do ‘umrah on behalf of your father, your paternal uncle and your maternal uncle, and you are coming for ‘umrah from Egypt, there is nothing wrong with you fulfilling your vow in a single journey, because you may not be able to travel to Makkah a number of times. So if you want to do ‘umrah whilst you are in Makkah, you can go out to at-Tan‘eem or some other place beyond the Haram boundary, then enter ihram for ‘umrah. You should understand that making vows is makrooh and does not bring anything good, as the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said. Al-Bukhaari (6608) and Muslim (1639) narrated that Ibn ‘Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) told people not to make vows and said: “They do not avert anything; all they do is get something out of the miser.” And al-Bukhaari (6609) narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him), from the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him), that Allah, may He be exalted, said in the hadith qudsi: “A vow does not bring the son of Adam anything that I have not already decreed; rather what reaches him is determined by the divine decree, and that has already been decided. But (the vow is only) to get something out of the miser.” Although vows are makrooh and disapproved of in principle, whoever makes a vow to do an act of obedience to Allah is obliged to fulfil it, because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever vows to do an act of obedience to Allah, let him do that act of obedience to Him.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari (6202). We ask Allah, may He be exalted, to grant you relief and a way out from all difficulty. And Allah knows best. Was this answer helpful? Source: Islam Q&A
November 19, 2023

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