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Answered 2012-05-03 08:29:31

No , Hajj is main piller of Islam and Hajura is probably spelling mistake .

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Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam five pillars. Hajoura is the 10th day of the first month (called Muharram) in the Islamic Lunar calendar and is celebrated by Muslims.

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Rituals for Hajj are the same for all the Muslims.


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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.



When Muslims go on the blessed pillgramige to Hajj they wear plain white clothes to represent to Allah we are all the same.


Nothing. Hajj is obligatory on every Muslim man and woman once in lifetime if they can afford. They are not supposed to put any thing above their door after returning from Hajj or after offering prayer in the mosque.


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


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


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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.


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hajj is a islamic place


The question is unclear. There is no offline Hajj.


The Muslims observe Hajj. It is obligatory to perform Hajj once in life time.


The fard of Hajj is: the obligatory Hajj is the 5th pillar of Islam: Performing Hajj to the house of Allah in Makkah once in a lifetime for those who are able physically and financially. this one time hajj is obligatory, and any other Hajj after the obligatory Hajj is cconsidered voluntary. Have a nice day. Kaiser.


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. Can you remain in a company without following the rules and regulations of the company? Indeed you cannot. On the flip side, if we describe the importance of all the rituals of Hajj then this place is too short to explain to whole thing. In a nutshell i would like to say that the whole Ritual of Hajj is the remembrance of the Day of Qayaamat.


In fact, Umrah is called Hajj-i-Asghar and the annual Hajj in Zil Hijja is called Hajj-i-Akbar. It is commonly, without any authentic Hadith, said that the annual Hajj on 9th of Zil Hijja if falls on Friday is called hajj-i-Akbar.


The most important thing to Hajji's is God (Allah). Mostly while they are in Hajj they do nothing but pray.


Muslims make a Hajj to Mecca in Saudia Arabia, they will also make a Hajj to Jeursalem


if you really want to know all about Hajj please visit islam.com/hajj/hajj.htm


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.