Hajj is one of the pillars ofwith 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
You perform Hajj in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
Ofcourse a person can perform Hajj for 2nd time.
The Muslims perform Hajj. It is obligatory on them once in lifetime.
The Muslims observe Hajj. It is obligatory to perform Hajj once in life time.
The Muslims perform Hajj because it is obligatory on each Muslim man and woman to perform Hajj once in lifetime provided he/she can afford.
The Muslims from all over the world come to Mecca to perform Hajj.
Muhammad pbuh perform hajj befor he died by one year
To complete Hajj, you have to do it for 40 days
No, the Muslims are not required to perform Hajj annually. It is obligatory once in life under certain conditions. Anyhow, if a Muslim can perform Hajj every year, it is not prohibited.
don't say why say why not!! They perform Hajj because it is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is obligatory on each Muslim to perform Hajj once in life time.
Hajj is obligatory on each Muslim man and woman. He went to perform Hajj.
Hajj can only be performed at Mecca. All the pilgrim have to go to Mecca to perform Hajj.
Muslim perform hajj in: Makkah (or Mecca) and its vicinityAlMadinah (or Medina)Both cities are in Saudi Arabia
In case there is no danger of miscarriage or something else, pregnant woman may perform Hajj. It takes only a few days to perform 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
Hajj (pilgrimage) is on of the 5 pillars in Islam. Every Muslim shall perform hajj at least once in their lifetime.
All Muslims must perform Hajj at least once in a lifetime.
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Performing Hajj is obligatory once in lifetime on each Muslim.
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.
Yes, unmarried Muslims are allowed to perform Hajj if they are adult, healthy (in mind and body), have enough money to cover Hajj expenses, and can travel peacefully and securely.
All the Muslims gone to Makka Mukarma to perform Hajj perform the same ritual together, not in turns or groupwise.
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.
Mansa Musa started his hajj in 1324. By then he had ruled for 12 years.
Yes. You may go to perform Hajj with your whole family.