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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.

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There is no 'a Hajj.' Hajj is the pilgrimage where all Muslims are required to go for Pilgrimage. This is a spiritual and only religion- based journey.


Hajj- a pilgrimage for Muslims who visits God's house. There is two times for going to Hajj. One time is Umrah which is not required but you can go mandatory. And the second one is Farz which is required if you have halal money to go. If you go with money won from gambling, wagering, betting, or any forbidden things you still go but it will not be accepted.


Muslims are not required to go anywhere during the holidays of others. During Hajj, Muslims go to Mecca.


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.


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


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.


Nothing particular. Two pair Ihraam, a few dresses, and the money required for your stay there.


what will i see and hear on the hajj


no, if that were the case almost every Muslim in human history would have hajj in their name as it is required of all Muslims


Muslims go to Mecca in Saudi Arabia during the Hajj season to perform the Hajj rituals. The Hajj ritual is obligatory to all Muslims who have attained the age of puberty and who has the financial resources and in good health to undertake it. Every Muslim is required to perform the Hajj only once in his/her lifetime. Hajj is one of the 5 pillars of Islam.


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


The one who required to do hajj should :be Muslimbe mindfulbe beyond puberty agehave the necessary hajj expensesbe physically capable to endure hajj difficultiesbe sure of travel security and safety.


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


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


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


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


hajj is a pilgrimage for a Muslim because they believe that it takes away sins and a place just all day worshiping god. they go to hajj only if they think that they are the chosen one to go for a hajj pilgrimage and worship god in hajj.


Hajj is obligatory on each Muslim man and woman. He went to perform Hajj.


Yes. You may go to perform Hajj with your whole family.


The Muslims go for hajj in Zil Hajja. It is the last month of Islamic calendar. Hajj is performed during 8th to 13th of Zil Hajja.


I don't think you need to be a certain age to go on Hajj. All people of all ages can go.


On the first day of hajj you go to the Umrah


Although Hajj is not compulsory on children but they are allowed to go for Hajj. Hajj is compulsory, for once in life, on the adult mindful Muslim (male or female) who can afford doing it fimancially, physically, and securely.


Yes for all If someone can't go due to money then it is not compulsory for that person Otherwise it is compulsory



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