Yes, the same days same manner.
Sunni and Shia are two sects of Islam. Both of the have the same basic beliefs. They believe in the ONENESS of Almighty God. They offer prayers, keep fast and perform Hajj. There is a little difference in the interpretation.
He changed his Beliefs when he went to Mecca to perform Hajj (pilgrimage), over there he spoke with Sunni Muslims and they explained to him that the WHite race are not devils and that it is just their acts
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Sunni Muslims could be Sunni Arabs or Sunnis non Arabs; as the Sunni Indonesians or the Sunni Malaysians or Sunni Indians, ...etc. So, all Sunni Arabs are Sunni Muslims but not all Sunni Muslims are Sunni Arabs.
I am going to Hajj. I will go to Hajj next year. My aunt is back from Hajj. Performing Hajj is a good deed.
As-salāmu 'alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh. Akhbari Hajj refers to every normal Hajj. It is called Akhbari Hajj(big Hajj) to distinguish it from Umrah which is called Hajj-e-Asghar (small Hajj). However, if the day of Arafaat is a Friday, the reward for such a Hajj is 70 times more. Please visit this site for hajj & umrah bookings. muslimsholytravel.co.uk
hajj: the journey of hajj is a place of worship !! :)
Hajj e Akbar (Great Hajj) is each year that the Eid e Ghorban (festival of sacrifice) falls in Friday and so Hajj of 2011 was not Hajj e Akbar.
The Hajj performed by The Holy Prophet (SAW) is called Hajj al wida because after that Hajj the Holy Prophet (SAW) fell ill and passed away to his beloved Almighty Allah Karim. That was his last Hajj.
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.
The Muslims observe Hajj. It is obligatory to perform Hajj once in life time.
The question is unclear. There is no offline Hajj.
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
Hajj is a kind of worship. The Muslims perform Hajj. It has nothing to do anything with soldiering or fighting. It is Jihad in which armed men take part, not Hajj.
Offcourse not he is a sunni like 90% of mainstream Muslims and his father is from Pakistan, almost all pakistani people are Sunni. Sunni people are generally very goodlooking so he is surely no doubt a Sunni,
Hajj is one of the pillars of Islam with which Allaah sent Muhammad and without which a person's religious commitment is incomplete. The conditions of Hajj being obligatory are five: 1 - Being Muslim, the opposite of which is being a kaafir. The kaafir is not obliged to do Hajj, rather if a kaafir were to do Hajj, it would not be accepted from him. 2 - Being an adult. If a person has not yet reached the age of puberty, Hajj is not obligatory for him. If he does Hajj it is valid and counts as a voluntary Hajj, and when he reaches adulthood he must do the obligatory Hajj, because Hajj before puberty does not fulfil the obligation. 3 - Being of sound mind, the opposite of which is insanity. The one who is insane is not obliged to do Hajj, and Hajj cannot be done on his behalf. 4 - Being free. A slave is not obliged to perform Hajj, but if he does Hajj it is valid and counts as a voluntary Hajj. If he is set free, it is obligatory for him to perform the obligatory Hajj, because Hajj done before being set free does not fulfil the obligation. Some of the scholars said that if a slave performs Hajj with the permission of his master, this is valid and he does not have to repeat it. This view is more correct. 5 - Being able, financially and physically. In the case of a woman, this includes having a mahram. If she does not have a mahram, then she is not obliged to do Hajj. End quote. _________________________________________________ For how to perform Hajj rituals, refer to question below
shahid Khan Afridi is sunni. Sunni
Yes, he is sunni muslim.
hajj is a islamic place