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Hajj is obligatory on Muslims only once in their life time provided they can afford.

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He performed Hajj only once in his life. Hajj is obligatory on Muslims just once in their life time.


A Muslim may visit Makka as many times as he wishes. However, A Muslim should perform obligatory Hajj only ONCE in life. He may perform many Hajj and Umra but that is not obligatory.


Hajj is obligatory on each Muslim only once in lifetime.


Muslims must complete hajj at least once in life.


Hajj is obligatory on each Muslim man and woman once in lifetime. It can be performed only during fixed days.


To perform Hajj, or pilgrimage, the fifth pillar of Islam. While it is not obligatory, many Muslims also go to Mecca to perform Umrah, a lesser but highly recommended pilgrimage.


Many teachers have been mentioned who performed Hajj for seventy times. Hajj is obligatory on Muslims Only Once in life. Our beloved Prophet (SAW) performed only One Hajj. The more important thing is to lead a true Muslim's life, being true, honest, charitable, tolerant, sacrificing, just, and helpful to all human beings.


Because Hajj is one of the mandatory things a Muslim must make before they become deceased. They may make a Hajj as many times as they want thought. It also clears the sins you have made away.


One time; this is the Isha prayer, but there are non-obligatory prayers which may also be done at night.


Offering prayer FIVE times a day is obligatory, essential and must for a Muslim. Apart from these obligatory prayers, a Muslim may offer Niwafil at any time. Many Muslims also offer Tahajjad (after mid-night-before dawn) prayer. Ishraq and Chashat prayers are also offered by some of the Muslims. There is no restriction on offering voluntary Niwafil.


Muslim's do Tawaf (go around) the Kaaba 7 times starting from the position were the black stone is placed.


It is better not to do so. Hajj is obligatory just once in life. Going to Mecca to perform Hajj again and again deprives some other Muslims from performing Hajj (because only so many people can fit around the Ka'aba). You may visit Mecca to perform Umra, if you like. Better spend this money to help your needy relatives, the poor and the needy.


about 3-4 million Muslims each year.


About 2 million every year


Yes, the hajj that Muhammad made is the same way that Muslims today make hajj. Muslims got the steps of hajj through Prophet Muhammad (S), from many hadith, or sayings, of the Prophet. There are many, so see the link below, which links to Sahih Bukhari, a book which contains the authentic sayings of Muhammad (S). The link takes you to the chapter on hajj, where you can see the hadith about how the Prophet performed his pilgrimage, which is how Muslims do today.


Up to 4 million Muslims can perform Hajj and can be afforded in Al-Masjid Al-Haram that is surrounding Kaaba.


Daily over one's life.; obligatory after maturity.


Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and obligatory on every Muslim once in life.___________________________________________________________Islam is hajj (or pilgrimage) to Mecca (or Makkah) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. 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 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 country, or tongue language.It teaches us, practically, the real human rights when you find people equal during praying, worshiping, and during performing the rituals.Hajj learns us that we are belonging to God (Allah) alone and that we all need his mercy and forgiveness.Hajj is biggest world gathering in the world. It is a demonstration of Islam unity and Islam universality.Muslims get acquainted with the spiritual and historical environment of the prophet Muhammad which strengthen their faith.It is a reminder of the Grand Assembly of the Day of Judgment when people will stand equal before Allah waiting for their final destiny.It confirms commitment of Muslims to Allah.On top of the above, Muslims on Hajj are rewarded, per God will, with forgiveness of all their sins and they return back as pure and innocent as the new the born.


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.Hajj (pilgrimage) is a great annual event for Muslims. There are many reasons why Muslims perform hajj, which translate into the following benefits:It teaches that Muslims are brothers and are equal.It teaches that there is no differences between people due to race, tribe, color, home country, or language.It teaches the real human rights when you find people equal during praying, worshiping, and during performing the rituals.Hajj teaches that we are belonging to God (Allah) alone and that we all need his mercy and forgiveness.Hajj is the biggest gathering in the world. It is a demonstration of Islamic unity and universality.Muslims get acquainted with the spiritual and historical environment of the prophet Muhammad, which strengthens their faith.It is a reminder of the Grand Assembly of the Day of Judgment when people will stand equal before Allah waiting for their final destiny.It confirms commitment of Muslims to Allah.On top of the above, Muslims on Hajj are rewarded with forgiveness of all their sins and they return home as pure and innocent as the new born.


So many people have performed Hajj 7 or more times.


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.


Seeking knowledge is obligatory on each Muslim man and woman. There have been many great Muslim scholars among the Muslims.


Once, it is known as Hajj ul wida, the last hajj


All the Muslims gone to Makka Mukarma to perform Hajj perform the same ritual together, not in turns or groupwise.


It is obligatory on each Muslim to believe in all the Prophets of Almighty Allah. Hazrat Abraham (AS) is the Imam of all- the Leader. He built the Ka'aba where the Muslims perform Hajj in the manner described by Hazrat Abraham (AS). Hazrat Moses (AS) is the prophet who has been mentioned in the Qur'an many times at many places in many contexts. Hazrat Jesus Christ (AS) and his mother Hazrat Mary (Maryam) have also been mentioned in the Qur'an.



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