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Hajj

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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.
All Muslims are dressed the same,doing same ritual worship at no race difference,praying to same God,requesting forgiveness of the same God,praying all together in rows irrelevant to race or social class.
to perform hajj (pilgrimage) and to pray at the site of the kaaba
Yes you can compare anything. Hajj and Lourdes are actually very similar. In both pilgrimages people are left changed and live a better new life. Also water and walking are huge themes in both these pilgrimages. Although there are some difference to as the founders of these pilgrimages were very...
Hajj is a pilgramige that happens once a year but Lourdes is open  all year round to all religions
The hajj is an event that happens once a year, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia All Muslims should attend Hajj at least once in their life, if they can afford to do so and are able bodied... Hajj is believed to take place for a minimum of four days.
The Ka'bah is the first stage of the Hajj pilgrimage. It is a gigantic cube that the Muslims believe was built by Adam & Eve, then destroyed and rebuilt by Abraham and his son. It is known that some people kiss the stone cube as Prophet Muhammad was had done. It is too be circled seven times and...
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...
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...
hajj is important because it is one of the five pilarrs of Islam that should be follwed by every Muslim GOT IT SUCKER
It was the actions of the Prophet, when performing tawaf, to keepthe Ka'bah on his left side, so one should walk counter clockwiseto keep the Ka'bah to their left side.
Hajj or piligrimage is incomplete unless you go to Arafa or it's also called Arafat.Prophet Mohammad PBUH simply stated this rule by saying " the piligrimage is Arafa"& certianly what is said by the prophet indicates & represents what Allah (God ) wants as the prophet is inspired &...
Muslims. You can go if you are healthy or if u have money. God is  merciful. If u cannot do it it is fine Allah is the forgiving.
Hajj (pilgrimage) is a great annual event for Muslims. There are many reasons why Muslims perform hajj which translate into the following numerous benefits of Hajj: It teaches us that Muslims are brothers and are equal.It teaches us that no differences among people due to race, tribe, color, home...
For men, there are two pieces of cloth, Izar, which is for the lower part of the body, and Ridaa, for the upper part> they are banned to wear sewed clothing, to feel humble and be all equal before their God. Women can wear sewed clothing, of any kind, on condition that they cover the whole body...
Women uncover their faces during hajj because the Prophet said: Women (during Hajj) should not wear niqaab or gloves [Bukhari] It is haraam to cover their face with the niqab or burqa.
Burka and a hijab. Most women cover their WHOLE body including the  face covered by a thin cloth u can see through
It symbolizes stoning the Devil.
To complete Hajj, you have to do it for 40 days
while they walk. the will eat cow and pig and chicken feet. Normolly they will eat at a resturant
Men can not wear any cloth that has been sewn so they just wear a white cloth. Women can wear whatvever but has to fully covering the body. Also women wear a hijab(scarf) to make sure that not even one strand of hair leaks out.
Hajj (pilgrimage) is a great annual event for Muslims. There are many reasons why Muslims perform hajj which translate into the following numerous benefits of Hajj: It teaches us that Muslims are brothers and are equal.It teaches us that no differences among people due to race, tribe, color, home...
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...
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For women, hajj or umrah is considered as jihad, according to ahadith that was narrated by A'isha: O Messenger of Allaah, do women have to engage in jihad? Hesaid: "Jihad in which there is no fighting: Hajj and 'Umrah.
Muhammad pbuh perform hajj befor he died by one year
They go to hajj in fulfillment of the fifth pillar of Islam 5 pillars. Hajj (pilgrimage) is a great annual event for Muslims. There are many reasons why Muslims perform hajj which translate into the following numerous benefits of Hajj: It teaches us that Muslims are brothers and are equal. It...
The Hajj is a pilgrimage that occurs during the Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah to the holy city of Mecca, and derives from an ancient Arab practice. Every able-bodied Muslim is obliged to make the pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime if he or she can afford it. When the pilgrim is...
they sleep at muzdalifah
It is called Kaba or Kaaba or Kabah. It is located in Mecca (Makkah) and surrounded by the Grand Mosque (Al-Masjid Al-Haram).
Yes, there is a good chance they might. However, this occurs with all international travel into conflicted areas.
  summer and sometime in winter
Ka'abah, cave of thore, cave Hira, Mina, Muzdalfa, Field of  Arafaat, Masjid Jinn, The holy Prophet's (SAW) house (now library).
No - Hajj is a pilgrimage to Makkah ; leaving Makkah or SaudiArabia would defeat the purpose of the pilgrimage. You should onlyleave once the rituals are all completed.
The major effect was he introduced african culture to Europe and the Middle east. This is an example of cultural diffusion
he wanted to be accepted in the eyes of god. So god will forget his sins
It is required for an able Muslim to perform hajj once in theirlifetime ; if you perform it multiple times, then that's avoluntary act of worship. It was narrated from Ibn 'Abbaas that al-Aqra' ibn Haabis askedthe Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): "OMessenger of Allaah, is Hajj...
Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam, after Shahahda, Salah, Zakah andSawm. It is any lower in value than the other pillars and isobligatory upon any able Muslim to complete once in theirlifetime.
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...
You pray Zuhr and Asr salah, at the time of Zuhr, praying tworakahs each. After, you should spend your time doing thikr andmaking du'a, as the best time to make du'a is on the day of Arafah.
the main events are: - journey to mina for midday prayers- Remain in mina until after the night (isha) prayers- return to mina collecting stones on the way- stoning the devil- the sacrifice of id-ul-adha- shaving or cutting of hair
No it has nothing to do with Abraham.
no, there are other ways such as ramadam, zakat, shahada and preying. If you can answer in more detail please do we are doing this a school and i really need help
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we do it because it is one of the five requirments of Islam every Muslim should try to make the journy of hajj to mecca
Mecca, in Saudi Arabia
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The one who required to do hajj should : . be Muslim . be mindful . be beyond puberty age . have the necessary hajj expenses . be physically capable to endure hajj difficulties . be sure of travel security and safety.
y OneThe Muslim begins her or his spiritual http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Describe_the_main_stages_of_hajj# 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...
Typical normal Muslim clothes . Abaya and Scarf but with no gloves or Niqab on Face . The Niqab should be thrown on her head from the top of her body down to her chest.
 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...
When Allah commands us to do something, we should do it withoutasking why. The Prophet completed seven rounds around the Ka'bahand he said "Learn your pilgrimage rituals from me.", so we shoulddo the same.
Hajj is an important Islam pillar and the fifth one of the five Islam pillars. Hajj affects Muslims life for the following: . It teaches us that Muslims are brothers and are equal. . It teaches us that no differences among people due to race, tribe, color, home country, or tongue language. . It...
Muslims show equality in hajj by wearing a white sheet. this shows equality by showing that everyone is wearing the same thing- they have the same status as one another. there is also a way for wheelchair users or disabled people: this tells us that everyone is allowed to come.
· Hajj is an annual pilgrimage to Makkah. It is spread out over 5 days. It is the 4th Pillar of Islam. · On Day 1, a person who wants to perform Hajj pronounces the intention to perform Umrah. A second intention for the actual Hajj is pronounced at a later period. The pilgrims then move to Mina...
  because they was both strong and powerful so everyone thought they were important
Hajj is not a person. It is a pilgrimage made by Muslims because it is one of the 5 Pillars Of Islam
No. the answer in my point of view needs explaination but i cannot give it in right words so better not try. but u need to be a Muslim to attend Hajj.
This is a debated topic. Some say a woman must have a mahram, others say it is not necessary if she will be safe.
A Muslim, during hajj (pilgrimage), is mainly: Not allowed to do sexNot allowed to be engaged in useless debates that leads to enmityNot allowed to do any thing that is forbidden to be done in off Hajj days, as eg drinking alcohol, cheating, fornication, gambling, stealing, ... etcNot allowed to do...
Praise be to Allaah. There follows a summary of what the pilgrim should do according to the saheeh Sunnah: 1 - The pilgrim should enter ihraam on the eighth day of Dhu'l-Hijjah from Makkah or its environs within the sanctuary. When entering ihraam for Hajj he should do what he did when entering...
Tawaf teaches Muslims: Obedience and following the Islam ritual worshipsRemembering the time when prophet Abraham (pece be upon him) left Hagar with her baby Ismael in this areaPraying to Allah (or God in English and same God in Christianity and Judaism) requesting his forgiveness and asking for his...
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...
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Muslims must complete hajj at least once in life.
Muslims throw pebbles at three stone pilars to comemmorate the ocassion on which Prophet Abraham had thrown stones at satan.
Hajj can only be performed at Mecca during the month of Zil Hajj,between 8th and 13th. (th is the chief ritual. If somebody can't goto Mecca, Hajj is not obligatory to him
حج‎ Ḥajj is related to the Hebrew equivalent, essentially translating as "Holiday", as its an annual pilgrimage of Muslims.
Hi Hajj is conducted in the month of Dhu-Al Hijjah ( Month # 12 In Islamic Calendar ). As for 2010, it will start in November 2010. For more details, please refer to the added link ( Islam Questions & Answers ) Good luck
She is called a Haajan, or Hajjan. Anyhow, it is not necessary
Islam enjoins unity and teaches that all human beings are equal in the eyes of Allah(SWT),whatever be their race,culture,color,gender,religion,language...Islam goes one step further in preaching by ordaining people to practice this unity...In every action of worship.The second most important pillar...
I can recall 2, Al-Baqara and Sura Al Hajj.
For women, yes, it is compulsory. For men, it is not an obligation or requirement per religion.
Once, it is known as Hajj ul wida, the last hajj
Once. Two times... AJM Answer-2 Just once. It is known as Hijja tul Wida'a. It was performed in10th Hijra. About 3.5 months before his death on 12th Rabi ul Awal,11th Hijra.
It is not true that Hajj is controversial. It is an established ritual worship and is the fifth pillar of Islam five pillars. Refer to question below for more information.
Allah, the Most Merciful says, in Quran:   ( ولله على الناس حج البيت من استطاع اليه سبيلا ومن كفر فان الله غني عن العالمين ......) meaning in English translation: (...Pilgrimage thereto is a duty men owe to Allah,- those who can...
It depends on where you start from. Try making the question more specific.
There are 5 pillars in Islam. they are: fasting, hajj, praying 5 times a day,giving charity and the first saying of the prophet. that is what i think.
Hajj (pilgrimage) is on of the 5 pillars in Islam. Every Muslim shall perform hajj at least once in their lifetime.
i dont know if u know plz tell me
The hajj is the religious pilgrimage to Mecca. It recreates the journey Mohammad took in his lifetime. for more info look up hajj on youtube
Running between mount Marwah and Mount Safa is called Sa'aee  -striving. It reminds us how Hazrat Hajirah AS ran between these  two Mounts in search of water.
in away all the five pillars are similar to Christianities faith but this is not as close.
The hajj happens every day