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Hajj refers to the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is a religious obligation among Muslims that must be undertaken at least once in a lifetime by those who could afford to do so.
first :To taste is better than to hear ( as the proverb says ), that is to say : you should discover it for yourself Second :Any rite should change anyone for better state of ( Iman ) , provided that , one does this rite for Allah's sake only ( sincerely and faithfully ) . Third , the importance …
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Well, that depends on what time, date your talking about.2010: We are in 2010, so of course.2011: People still pass away of course, but there will still be a human race.2012: People still die, but still, the human race stays strong.2013: People think that aliens will make the human race suffer, bu…
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Go online, or YouTube Hajj, and you will see that Hajj is a spiritual journey. It strenghens our beliefs in one true God because we visit Mecca. Answer-2 Hajj is the 5th pillar of Islam. It is obligatory on all adult Muslim men and women once in life, if they can afford the expenses, and off cours…
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The Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam and is the name given to the pilgrimage which is associated with Muhammad's life. Pilgrims from all over the world join processions of hundreds of thousands of people to converge on Mecca and to perform a series of rituals. As part of the Hajj, each per…
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To purify themselves before going to pray to God. As we wash with water, its as if we're washing away all the bad stuff we may have done since last time. my answer:-to cleanse ourselves before we pray because we always urinate and stuff before we pray just like the answer above mine said.
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Hajj is a pilgrimage to Mecca. It is the largest annual pilgrimage. It is considered an obligation to any able bodied Muslim who can afford to do so.
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The fifth pillar of Islam is hajj (or pilgrimage) to Mecca (or Makkah) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is obligatory to every adult Muslim, regardless the Gender, to go for hajj at least once in life if he/she can afford it physically, financially, and safely. Hajj (pilgrimage) is a great annual…
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The Muslims worship ONLY ONE Almighty God. They believe that Almighty God (Allah in Arabic) is the Sole Creator, Sustainer, Provider and Ruler of all the worlds He has created. Nothing is like Him. He has no parents, no off-spring. He has no partner, no adviser. He is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, All Se…
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He is the reason African-American people arent slaves anymoreno he isent?
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Hajj and Umrah is the religious issue of all Muslims, so it must be done with fully concentrations and with out any tensions, to avoid such problems must select any local or international services agent. Let they arrange for you the following services: Umrah & Hajj 3,4,5 Star Package Services …
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Hajj There are 2 types of pilgrimages: UMRAH (which can be performed any time of the year) and HAJJ (performed from 8 to 13th of Islamic month Dhul Hijja-currently December 18 to 23).IhramIhram is the intention of the person willing to perform all rites of 'Umrah, Hajj or both when he arrives at th…
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Muslims have to pray 5 times a day. (this includes salat al Fadjr (before the sun comes up)!!)
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Hajj is like a mini Day of Judgment. It teaches you to be ready for the day of Judgment. It also teaches unity, equality and striving to do good deeds. Hajj is a spiritual journey and hence it touches the very core of the human soul. Spending the night in the mountains of Mina and Arafat and perfo…
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they spend a day praying for forgiveness they do the jamarat andfinnally they walk around he kabah and leave
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Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 -…
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It is one of the requirements of their religion; one of the "Five Pillars of Islam"; every Muslim who is physically and financially able to is required to do the Hajj pilgrimage at least once in their life.
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"Asalamu aleykum" means "peace to you."The response, "WA aleykum us sallaam" means "and peace to you."An alternative response, "WA aleykum us sallam WA rahmatu-Llahi WA barakatuh," means "and peace to you and Allah's mercy and blessings.""Asalamu aleykum" means "peace to you."The response, "WA aleyk…
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It's a women who has went to the pilgrimage
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Praise be to Allaah. Types of Hajj There are three types of Hajj: Tamattu', Ifraad and Qiraan. Tamattu' means entering ihraam for 'Umrah only during the months of Hajj (the months of Hajj are Shawwaal, Dhu'l-Qi'dah and Dhu'l-Hijjah; see al-Sharh al-Mumti', 7/62). When the pilgrim reaches Makkah he p…
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The Fifth Pillar of Islam (Pillar of Faith) is the Hajj. Every able bodied Muslim should go through the Hajj at least once in his/her life if he/she can afford it physically, safely, and financially. The Hajj is a pilgrimage to Mecca. When in Mecca, the pilgrim must take part in various rituals, suc…
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Hajj (pilgrimage) is a great annual event for Muslims. Hajj is an important ritual worship that should be performed by any adult Muslim (man or woman) at least once in life if one can afford it physically, financially and safely. There are many reasons for why Hajj is important and for why Muslims …
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Praise be to Allah. We Muslims feel honoured and proud to be the slaves of Allah, the One, the Self-Sufficient Master, Who begets not nor was He begotten, and there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him; He is our Lord and we have no Lord besides Him. Hence we respond to the commands of our Lord …
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Hajj is the 5th pillar of Islam's five pillars. Hajj (or pilgrimage) is to go to Mecca (or Makkah) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is obligatory for every adult Muslim, regardless gender, to go for hajj at least once in life if he or she can afford it physically, financially, and and with safety.…
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First it is the birth place for prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Second the first period of Quran God revelation to prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was in Makkah (or Mecca). Third, The first God house on earth; called Kaaba; is located in Makkah. It is the most sacred place for Muslims. Makkah (or Mecca) is an impo…
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Followers of Islam religion (called Muslims) per God Quran revelation to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through the Angel Gabriel (or Jibril).
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Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 -…
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Upon arrival in Mecca the pilgrim (or Hajj) performs a series of ritual acts symbolic of the lives of Ibrahim (or Abraham in English) and his wife Hajar (or Hagar in English). The acts also symbolize the solidarity of Muslims worldwide. The Hajj begins on the eighth day of the 12th lunar month of Dh…
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yes they can! The question is not clear. Of course, people may go out with other people. There is nothing to be asked. If the question is using "go out with" as a euphemism for dating, as opposed to merely meeting people outside of the home, then there is some discussion to be had. More stringen…
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anything you need! also, bring abayas and hijabs along with you. if you have been to hajj before bring along what you brought with you last time. You can't enter Makkah ( the holy city in Islam) unless you are a Muslim. This may not be the best answer in the world, but i gave you all i know about it…
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They complete some rituals to bring themselves closer to Allah and to have their sins forgiven. e.g the ithram where they wear white clothes and the tawaf where they run around the ka'ba 7 times also stoning the devil when they chuck stones a pillars to symbolise resisting temptationHajj is the fift…
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This is as good as asking a question to a common man that Why do we EAT?What would one answer then?? The answer would be, we eat to live. Correct.The same is true for this question. A Muslim ceases to be a Muslim if he does not follow the rules of Islam. Hajj is one of the pivotal pillars of Islaam.…
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1st u need know ur rukon islam5 thing which islam pretch.& next rukon iman 6 u,should follow.that is t main thing u have 2 follow before going 2 haji.
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The two main religious holidays in Islam are Eid-Ul-Fitr (often shortened for Eid) and Eid-Ul-Azha (sometimes referred to as Bakra-Eid) The first one comes right after the holy month of Ramadan (in which Muslims fast from sun rise to sun set). This holiday is celebrated by wearing colorful clothes,…
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If you have a contention that going to Hajj is pointless then I would have a contention with proof that your life is meaningless and in vain. Hajj is one of the pillars of Islaam and it has been commanded by Allaah in His Book - Qur'an that whoever dies without visiting Kaabatullaa once in his lifet…
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They go to Makkah (or Mecca) and other places in vicinity of Makkah in addition to going to Medina (or AlMadinah). All places located in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. See question below on hajj rituals.
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Firstly, you go to Mecca and purify yourself. Secondly, you perform circumambulations (umrah) around the Ka'aba (the Giant Black Cube). You pray while you do this. Thirdly, you go to Well of Zamzam which supposedly sustained Ishmael in the wilderness. Finally, you go back home. Answer-2 Day - 1. …
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Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. Muslims are commanded to perform Hajj at least once if they are able.It is the fifth pillar of Islam. Hajj is obligatory on each Muslim once in lifetime if he can afford.
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Muslims go on pilgrimages to the city of Mecca, usually at least once. Muhammed, the Muslim prophet was born in Mecca, making it the holy city of Islam.
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There are several steps to the Hajj. 1. Pilgrims enter the state of consecration for hajj when they reach the borders of the general area for hajj. 2. When they arrive in Makkah, they generally perform tawaf, walking around the Kaaba seven times counnter-clockwise, and then they offer two rakats (…
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Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 - Sincerity towards All…
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They do because it's one of the Five Pillars in Islam. One is to go through the greatest patience in order to strive to get Paradise in the sake of Allah. Also it is their duty that every Muslim must go on a Hajj atleast once in their life. If they cannot go on a Hajj due to health problems throug…
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for pray to god
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they wear 2 layers of white cloth called the iharm to symbolise everyone is equal.they walk round the kabba (a big black square box) 7 times.they have a feast at the mina all together (big)they through stones ant the devils wall to refresh and clear all their bad sinsthe men shave there hair all of …
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Mecca, in Saudi Arabia
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we don't really no it but it we have to go there at least once in your lifetime
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Muslim men are supposd to wear two plain pieces of uncolored fabric. Usually these are white, but they might be other colors, depending on what they're made of. Women can (and do) wear any color. They cover all of their bodies except the face and the hands. Men are supposed to wear two plain piece…
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according to the Islamic calendar, Hajj starts on the 8th day of Dhul-Hijjah
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The Hajj takes place in Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia, considered to be the holiest city in Islam. Answer-2 Hajj also takes place outside Mecca. The detail is as follows: Day - 1. 8th of Zilhajja: (Day of Tarwiya) Taking bath, putting on Ahraam (two sheets of untailored cloth), going to Haram …
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the Hajj process take place in different cities of Saudi Arabia ..
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They do the tawwaf (going around the kaba 7 times) as the last tawwaf
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Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. A Muslim is commanded to perform Hajj at least once in his/her life if he/she can afford it physically, financially, and securely.
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Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 -…
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Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 -…
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Answer 1 The hajj takes place during eid ( the month where they fast) . No. It is Eid-ul-Fitr that is celebrated after the month of ramazan (the fasting month). It has nothing to do with Hajj. Answer 2 Hajj is performed during the last month of the Islamic calendar. The schedule is as under or t…
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a some one who go hajj haft to be good person and to pray to help people to do all good things
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You go home.Interesting! There is no going home, dear.Day: 1: 8th Zil Hajja  Pilgrims leave Makka and reach Mina preferably before Asar Prayer.Day 2: 9th Zil Hajja: Chief ritual of Hajj. Praying in the Field of Arafat called Day of UrfaDay 3: 10th of Zil Hajja: Eid. Stoning the Big Devil (Satan…
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Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 …
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Hajj is pilgrimage for muslims.It is the fifth piller of islam, an obligation that must be carried out at least once in their lifetime by every able-bodied muslim who can afford to do so.This takes place is makkah( pronounced mecca). It is performed during 8th to 13th of the month of zil Hajja. The…
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it takes place in mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia.
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Ask your doctor to prescribe a broad-spectrum antibiotic to be taken prophylactically (i.e., as a preventive measure) throughout your stay in Saudi Arabia. The writer's doctor prescribed 250 mg of the antibiotic CIPRO to be taken daily. He found it to be very helpful and effective as he was about th…
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Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is as important as offering prayer or paying Zakaat. The difference is that it is obligatory just once in life time. It is, however, extremely important if certain conditions are fulfilled.
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Praise be to Allaah. We Muslims feel honoured and proud to be the slaves of Allaah, the One, the Self-Sufficient Master, Who begets not nor was He begotten, and there is none co-equal or comparable unto Him; He is our Lord and we have no Lord besides Him. Hence we respond to the commands of our Lor…
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They go to the great mosque to pray and perform tawaf
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Praise be to Allaah. Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and cannot be accepted unless it meets two conditions: 1 -…
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Ihram
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It is called Ihram. It is one piece of unstiched clothing for the upper portion and another piece of cloth for the lower portion of body. This is for men only. Women wear their ordinary clothes.
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It is the largest pilgrimage in the world. Its the fifth pillar of Islam. It is the holy-est Muslim city. Every Muslim has to go there at least once. It is associated with Muhammad.
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This is the 12 Zul-Hijah: One has to perform the Rami which is stoning of the Jamarat starting with the smallest Jamarat 7 pepples, than moving to the medium and then the largest jamarat, total of 21 pebbles in all and then you return to your base.
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Hajj is a tradition established by Hazrat Abraham (Ibraheem in Arabic) as per command of Almighty Allah Karim. Hajj is performed during the last month of the Islamic calendar. The schedule is as under, this is how Hajj is performed in different stages: All these rituals teach unconditional obedience…
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They were One, so one cannot be first because they were one in the same. Then both churches separated in 1054. The Catholic Church regards the Orthodox Church as its Sister Church. However just because they were the same church doesnt mean they were established at the same time since the "Holy apos…
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a female that has completed hajj is called a hajjah.
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Arrive and change at Mikat Circle the Kabba 7 times Camp at Mina Walk to Plain of Arafat - spend all day praying then to MuzdalifahRamy al-Jamarat (stone the devil)Eid al-Adha - perform sacrifice to Abraham Tawaf az-Ziyarah - more prayers and walk around the KabbaTawaf al-Wida - bidding farewell…
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On the third day, the pilgrims move before sunrise, this time back to Mina. Here they throw their stone pebbles at pillars that represent the temptations of Satan. When throwing the stones, the pilgrims recall the story of Satan's attempt to dissuade Abraham from following God's command to sacrifice…
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The Hajis must reach Makka Mukarramah at least one day before the days of Hajj - 8th to 13th of Zil Hajja the last month of the luner calendar followed by the Muslims. They perform Hajj according to the following schedule. Hajj is a tradition established by Hazrat Abraham (Ibraheem in Arabic) a…
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Every Muslim, adult, with good health, and can afford hajj physically, financially, and safely.
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near 3-4 Million each year.
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It placed him in history and in the attention of the entire European and Islamic world.<33
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Labbaik Allah humma labbaikLabbaik la sharika laka labbaikInnal hamdaWan-ni'mataLaka walmulkLaa sharika lak.O my Lord, here I am at Your service, here I am.There is no partner with You,here I am.Truly the praiseand the provisions are Yours,and so is the dominion and sovereignty.There is no partner w…
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On the first day of hajj you go to the Umrah
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About 2 million every year
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The holy month of Thul-Hejja lasts for 30 days (as most months do) but the actual pilgrimage is about 7 days. their are 7 days of pilgrimage for the Muslims at least every Muslim in their life has to make hajj.i am a Muslim so i know
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hajj is a islamic place
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You can go anytime. But the thing is, you have to go at least ONCE in your lifetime. Answer-2 No. You can't go on Hajj anytime. Hajj is performed according to the following schedule: This is how Hajj is performed. Hajj is performed during the last month of the Islamic calendar. The schedule is as…
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Yes it is, the 5 pillars are Shahada, testifying there is no god, But god and Muhammad is his prophet, Salat, the physical act of prayer, worship Zakat, Giving 2.5% to charity annually, Fasting during Ramadan and Hajj, the once in a life time pilgrimage to mecca.
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to intent.
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I'm sure billions and way too many.
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Polytheism is belief in many Gods and monotheism is beief in only one God
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There are certain rules must Muslims observe during the hajj. Some of them include reciting Talbiya, taking a bath to show purity, put on ihram which is the right outfit for hajj and so many other things.
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Because it is a journey you hsve to go once in a lifetime to wash away your sins and get closer to God/Allah
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Hajj is an important tenent of Islam - one of the 5-pillars of Islam i.e. is compulsory. However, it is compulsory ONLY on Muslims (once in a lifetime) who are able to perform Hajj - , i.e. have the health, means, finances etc to perform it, since according to Islam, the religion Allah (God) does no…
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The Hajj takes place in and near Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Makkah is less than an hour's drive from Jeddah, a modern city of about three million, located on the east bank of the Red Sea.Pilgrims travel to Makkah in several ways: by air, by sea, by land (bus, taxi, car.) The Saudi government is building …
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The Hajj ProcedureDay One The Muslim begins her or his spiritual journey by reciting their intention to perform Hajj. She or he then enters a spiritual state called Ihraam where the Muslim will refrain from things such as cutting their nails and hair, making marriage proposals, hunting or killing an…
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They finish with a feast of Ramadan and all males have their hair cut of to show they have started a new life.
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Allah Almighty says : "And He it is Who created the night and the day, and the sun and the moon, each in an orbit floating." (Al-Anbiya, 21: 33) We live in a massive universe that depends on revolution. The Earth revolves around the sun, the moon revolved around the Earth, planets of our solar syste…
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Hajj takes place in Mecca, In Saudi Arabia in the month of Zilhajj (Islamic Calender's last year).
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