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Why must the hajj be completed?

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Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is obligatory on each Muslim man and woman if they can afford.

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a female that has completed hajj is called a hajjah.


The most important ritual (Rukan) of Hajj is stay in the field of Arafat on the 9th of Zil Hajja. Hajj can't be completed without that stay in the Field.


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


Muslims must complete hajj at least once in life.


Islam does not prescribe any particular action or style of dress for a person who has completed the hajj. Ideally, a person who has completed the hajj has repented, had all of his/her sins forgiven, and is determined to lead a better life in the future. S/he shows this by his/her manners and worship. Islam does not prescribe any particular action or style of dress for a person who has completed the hajj. Ideally, a person who has completed the hajj has repented, had all of his/her sins forgiven, and is determined to lead a better life in the future. S/he shows this by his/her manners and worship.


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


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.


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


Hajj is an annual pilgrimage to Mecca by Islam followers. Every Muslim must take a Hajj at least once in his lifetime. All information about Hajj is available in every Mosque.


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They must do it. All Muslim men and women must do Hajj one time in their life when they have all the conditions: sane, puberty,the health and financial ability.


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.


The special dress for Hajj is called Ahraam. It consists of two white sheets of cloth. They must be untailored.


There are certain rules must Muslims observe during the hajj. Some of them include reciting Talbiya, taking a bath to show purity, put on ihram which is the right outfit for hajj and so many other things.


most of them might do hajj and umra


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Because everyone is equal in the eyes of Allah, thus everyone must do the same route during Hajj. That is why only physically strong people partake in Hajj, although they must be mentally strong as well because the spirituality of the event is just as rigourous for everyone


Because Hajj is one of the mandatory things a Muslim must make before they become deceased. They may make a Hajj as many times as they want thought. It also clears the sins you have made away.


They must visit Mecca where Hajj is performed. They also visit Madina Munawara to pay homage to beloved Prophet (SAW).


It says that Allah is ONE. We must worship Him and Him alone. We must be ready to sacrifice every thing for Him.


No - Hajj is a pilgrimage to Makkah; leaving Makkah or Saudi Arabia would defeat the purpose of the pilgrimage. You should only leave once the rituals are all completed.


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.


Simple clothes, usually white. No jewellery or perfume


Wear a Tamattu and obseve the tour :)



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