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Age of Puberty marks the legibility of a Muslim, man or woman, to go for hajj.


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They Muslims to go the city of Mecca to perform Hajj. But they must go to Mina and Arafat to complete the rituals of Hajj.

Yes! It is nessacary. You must go on hajj at least once in a lifetime.

most of them might do hajj and umra

All Muslims must perform Hajj at least once in a lifetime.

Hajj is important to Muslims because it is in the 5 pillars of Islam. It is the 5th pillar. Also you must go to hajj, since Allah has commanded the people of Islam to go there; give charity(250$) to poor people; and do prayers. You will have to go to hajj at least once or more in your entire life. Hajj is one of the most important things after the Qur'aan.

Muslims go on a pilgraage called Hajj to the holy city of Mecca . The place of prophet Mahammads birth place, they must go there at least once in their life time.

Out of the Five basic and compulsory pillars of Islam, one is Hajj. Hajj is compulsory for every ABLE (capable) Muslim. A true Muslim must go for Hajj once in a life-time (if he is economically and physically sound).

Hajj is obligatory on each adult Muslim man and woman. A Muslim must go to Mecca to perform Hajj at least once in his/her lifetime. He/she may perform more Hajj if he/she can afford.

It is compulsory for Muslims (males as well as females) to go for Hajj; at least once in life; when they reach puberty, and if they can afford it physically, financially, and safely.

Muslims must complete hajj at least once in life.

Hajj can only be performed at Mecca. All the pilgrim have to go to Mecca to perform Hajj.

Only the Muslims. 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.

what will i see and hear on the hajj

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 throughout their entire life, they must pay a sum of money.

I am going to Hajj. I will go to Hajj next year. My aunt is back from Hajj. Performing Hajj is a good deed.

A person that is required to go to hajj is a person that understands what hajj is and what is its purpose, along with that, he/she needs to have to money and health to attend hajj. Obviously, Hajj is mandatory for Muslim Adults that have the money and health and strength to.

Hajj happens in Mecca. The Holy Kaa'ba is there.

in the month of hajj usually around will see millions of Muslims go for hajj every day!!! i went to hajj a few years ago...=D

The Muslim preparing to go on Hajj must have firm and sincere intention of performing to earn the Will of Almighty Allah Karim. He should ensure that he possesses sufficient resoures for his family and the two way journey and other expences. He should know how to perform Hajj. He should have complete knowledge of Do's and Don'ts of Ihraam and Hajj.

At Hajj season when Hajj is preformed many people go to worship Allah (G_d) and pray in front of Masjid al-Haram. But, people that celebrate Hajj has to go to Mecca to perform Hajj once in a lifetime

No, Muslims are not obliged to go for pilgrimage (or Hajj) if they can't afford it physically, financially, and/or safely.

at least once by every able bodied Muslim who can afford to do so

Non Muslims don't go on Hajj.

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 go to Mecca, Hajj is not obligatory to him

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