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Islam does not prescribe any particular action or style of dress for a person who has completed the hajj. Ideally, a person who has completed the hajj has repented, had all of his/her sins forgiven, and is determined to lead a better life in the future. S/he shows this by his/her manners and worship. Islam does not prescribe any particular action or style of dress for a person who has completed the hajj. Ideally, a person who has completed the hajj has repented, had all of his/her sins forgiven, and is determined to lead a better life in the future. S/he shows this by his/her manners and worship.

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