Manasik al-Hajj

Manasik al-Hajj

Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei - XKP

Language: English

Pages: 53

ISBN: 1519122713

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


The Hajj in Islamic law is a group of sacred rites and is one of the pillars upon which Islam is established. Hajj in its two parts, the wajib and the mustahabb, is of great merit and with an ample reward. The obligation of Hajj is a proven subject in the Qur'an and Sunnah and it is among the necessities prescribed in our religion. Its neglect is considered as a great sin if he who neglects it possesses the required characteristics and he knows that it is wajib. Allah the Sublime in the Qur'an said: "Pilgrimage to the House is a duty imposed upon mankind by God, for anyone who can afford a way to do so. Any one who disbelieves will find that God is Transcendent, beyond any need for the Universe".

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plucking or by using other methods. There is no difference whether the hair is dense, scanty or even a single hair. It is not a problem if the hair fell during wudu' if it was not with the purpose of removing it. If, outside wudu', one touches the hair of his scalp or beard and one or two hairs fell down, then it is based on ihtiyat al-mustahabb to give a handful of wheat, flour or the like as a charity (sadaqah). If the muhrim shaves his head consciously and deliberately, the kaffarah for it

niyyah the wajib practice by himself and appoint a na'ib as a representative (wakil) for slaughtering only. It is a condition that one should slaughter with his hand or appoint another as a wakil. If somebody had slaughtered on his behalf without his previous approval, the slaughtering is doubtful. So it is based on ihtiyat not to suffice with it. The slaughtering tool must be made of iron or stainless steel. If one had doubts about that, he should make sure of it. Otherwise, slaughtering with

istita`ah to be already ascertained in the country of the mukallaf. It is sufficient to be acquired even at the Miqat. So for one who would become mustati` at his arrival to Miqat, Hajj will be wajib on him and it is valid to replace Hajjat al-Islam. Financial istita`ah is also considered as a condition if one becomes able to perform Hajj on his arrival at Miqat (e.g. the servants in the caravans), in case that he has also all the other conditions for istita`ah (as maintenance, essentials of

year or because he thought that he was not mustati` and then becomes aware that he was, there is a doubt that his Hajj is valid and, based on the precaution, it is wajib for him to repeat it in the future. However, if he had intended to obey the real order of the Divine Legislator by imagining that it was the mustahabb order, then his Hajj would be valid in the place of Hajjat al-Islam. b- Physical istita`ah which means physical health and ability. Hajj is not wajib on the sick or old or those

enter Mecca and delay `Umrat al-tamattu` until the time he could perform it just before Hajj practices. At that time he would do ihram for `Umrat al-tamattu` from the Miqat and after finishing it he would do ihram for Hajj in Mecca. What is meant by getting out of Mecca between `Umrat al-tamattu` and Hajj is to get out of the contemporary Mecca al-mukarramah. Thus to go to a place which is now regarded inside Mecca is not considered as getting out, even if it was outside before. It is based on

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