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Anyone going on Hajj this year

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2 hours ago, Liggel said:

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Is anyone planning to go to Hajj this year? Are you concerned about Corona virus and whether it will disrupt your travel? Has your Hajj group said there is a possibility that Hajj might not take place this year? 

Salam. One week ago Saudi Arabia announced that travelers are not allowed visas to travel to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina. It's not clear when the visas will be handed out again. 

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-51658061

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Photos: Disinfection of different parts of Holy Kaaba, restrictions for pilgrims
March 5, 2020 - 8:37 PM News Code : 1015047 Source : ABNA24Link: 
http://abna.cc/971X
Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Different parts of the holy shrine of Holy Kaaba are disinfected every day in line with preventing outbreak of ‘coronavirus’ and observing sanitary and hygienic parameters. On Thursday, restrictions were imposed on the Kaaba for disinfection operations. But pilgrims who went to Mecca despite the spread of the Coronavirus could still be present in the floors of shrine and in the courtyard.

گزارش تصویری/ ضد عفونی بیت الله الحرام و محدودیت هایی برای زائرین و عمره گزاران

https://en.abna24.com/news//photos-disinfection-of-different-parts-of-holy-kaaba-restrictions-for-pilgrims_1015047.html

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Iran announces motto for this year’s Hajj

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It was selected from 30 proposed mottos in a meeting of the Hajj officials on Tuesday, said Hojat-ol-Islam Seyed Abdolfattah Navab, the representative of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs.

He said spirituality is one of main objectives of Hajj, and with regard to solidarity and Islamic power, the dignity and greatness of the Muslim Ummah in the face of challenges have been taken into consideration.

At the meeting, Head of Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Ali Reza Rashidian said the Saudi Hajj Ministry has not made a conclusive announcement about the upcoming Hajj.
Iranian Hajj officials are prepared for different scenarios, according to the official.


This year, given the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, Saudi Arabia has temporarily suspended the year-round Umrah (minor Hajj) pilgrimage and there is uncertainty over the annual Hajj.

https://en.abna24.com/news//iran-announces-motto-for-this-year’s-hajj_1034248.html

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On 4/4/2020 at 9:36 AM, Liggel said:

If I die before next year, should I appoint a person in my will to perform Hajj on my behalf next year..... or is that not required at the minute because currently the Hajj is likely not wajib and we are not sure if I would have sufficient funds next year for Hajj to become wajib again.

In short, Is it obligatory for me to appoint a person to do Hajj on my behalf next year in case I die this year? 

May you live a long life, Brother. Who is your marja? Yes, put that in your will, in order to set aside some money to pay for someone to perform Hajj on your behalf. 

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WHO in talks with Saudi Arabia on delaying Hajj ritual due to coronavirus pandemic

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World Health Organization revealed on Wed. that the body is in direct talks with Saudi Arabia to delay Hajj rituals and emphasized that if Hajj pilgrimage is held, it should be supervised and monitored by the World Health Organization due to the coronavirus global pandemic.

Head of WHO's Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean Dr. Dalia Samhouri said that the body will consult with Saudi Arabia on delaying this year’s Hajj ritual due to the outbreak of coronavirus and no decision has yet been decided in this respect.

Any decision for holding this year’s annual religious pilgrimage event in the world should be made under the supervision of the World Health Organization jointly by observing health protocols, she emphasized.

The announcement came at the condition that the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Health revealed that 3,288 new cases of coronavirus were diagnosed in this country yesterday.

https://en.abna24.com/news//who-in-talks-with-saudi-arabia-on-delaying-hajj-ritual-due-to-coronavirus-pandemic_1045271.html

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Riyadh to decide on this year’s Hajj ‘within a week’
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Saudi Arabia is considering canceling the annual Hajj pilgrimage this year because the coronavirus pandemic.

https://en.abna24.com/news//riyadh-to-decide-on-this-year’s-hajj-‘within-a-week’_1045641.html

 

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According to Sky News Arabia, the ministry said the suspension of Umrah that was introduced in March due to the coronavirus outbreak will continue.

The Umrah situation will be regularly reviewed as per the health information regarding the pandemic, it added.

The nationwide curfew will be lifted and all economic and commercial activities will start in Saudi Arabia on June 21 on the condition that the health protocols are fully observed.

Saudi Arabia has reported more than 154,000 coronavirus cases and 1,230 deaths from the disease.

https://en.abna24.com/news//ban-on-umrah-to-remain-in-place-saudi-ministry_1048425.html

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On 6/22/2020 at 4:05 PM, Liggel said:

BBC News - Coronavirus: Saudi Arabia bars international pilgrims for Hajj

I am truly sorry that your plans to go to Hajj this year are impossible. If you knew someone who was already living in Saudi Arabia, you could ask them to perform "Hajj by Proxy" on your behalf.

The rules on pilgrimage by proxy (Niyabah)

There is another way to perform Hajj, although it would not garner the same feelings and spirituality as performing Hajj in person. See my post in this older thread: 

https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/234973205-10-things-to-do-before-you-sleep/

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Saudi Arabia to allow around 1,000 pilgrims to perform Hajj

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AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Saudi Arabia will allow around 1,000 pilgrims residing in the kingdom to perform the hajj this year, a minister said Tuesday, after it announced the ritual would be scaled back due to coronavirus.

“The number of pilgrims will be around 1,000, maybe less, maybe a little more,” Hajj Minister Mohammad Benten told reporters.

“The number won’t be in tens or hundreds of thousands” this year, he added.

https://en.abna24.com/news//saudi-arabia-to-allow-around-1000-pilgrims-to-perform-hajj_1049672.html

Iranians set to go to Hajj will make journey next year

https://en.abna24.com/news//iranians-set-to-go-to-hajj-will-make-journey-next-year_1050092.html

 

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Imam Khamenei's message to pilgrims of Hajj 2020 in 41 languages

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A message delivered on July 29, 2020, by Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, on the occasion of the arrival of Hajj season.

AhlulBayt News Agency - ABNA :

Full text of the message of Imam Khamenei to the world Muslims on 2020 Hajj pilgrimage, in 41 Languages:

https://en.abna24.com/news//imam-khameneis-message-to-pilgrims-of-hajj-2020-in-40-languages_1058999.html

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Video: Masked Hajj pilgrims take part in Tawaf after stoning ritual

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August 1, 2020 - 8:51 AM News Code : 1059176 Source : ReutersLink:   

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Pilgrims performed their main Tawaf, the act of going around the Ka’aba seven times, following the first day of a symbolic stoning of the devil ritual on Friday.

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Infoghraphy: Islamic awakening means pay attention to epistemological, spiritual assets

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August 2, 2020 - 8:10 AM News Code : 1059443 Source : ABNA24Link: 

 

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): On the occasion of the Abrahamic Hajj, A series of pictures and content with centrality of Imam Khamenei's remarks is available in English languages.

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Photos: Australia Bellfield College held Hajj Day Program for students

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August 3, 2020 - 12:22 PM 

 

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): During this year's sacred month of Dhul Hijja, Bellfield College in New South Wales of Australia held its Hajj Day Program over two days. The program was filled with the remembrance of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) and the lessons that surround the sacred Hajj rituals. Day 1 was Junior School's Years 4-6 Hajj Day and Day 2 was Senior School's Hajj Day. Little Hujaj in K-3 performed a shorter version of the program on Day 2 as well. The students experienced the rituals among beautiful structures of various Hajj monuments including the Kaaba, the Jamarat Pillars, and the Tents of Mina.

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Photos: Australia Bellfield College held Hajj Day Program for students 

https://en.abna24.com/news//photos-australia-bellfield-college-held-hajj-day-program-for-students_1059772.html 

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Infographic: Warn to people who condone survival of usurping, oppressive Zionist regime

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August 4, 2020 - 7:39 AM News Code : 1060030 Source : ABNA24Link: 

 

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): On the occasion of the Abrahamic Hajj, A series of pictures and content with centrality of Imam Khamenei's remarks is available in English languages.

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Saudi man arrested for crashing car into courtyard of Grand Mosque in Mecca (+Video)

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Saudi man arrested for crashing car into courtyard of Grand Mosque in Mecca (+Video). Saudi Arabia’s authorities arrested a man who crashed his car into one of the gates of the Grand Mosque in Mecca,

The spokesman for the Mecca region governorate, Sultan al-Dosari said that at 10:30 p.m. local time, the security authorities in Mecca responded to an accident where a car hit one of the entrance gates of the Grand Mosque.


“The car swerved while moving at a high speed on one of the roads surrounding the southern courtyard of the Grand Mosque. Thankfully, no one was injured,” according to SPA.

“The driver was arrested. He is a Saudi national and was in an unnatural state. He was referred to the public prosecution.”

https://en.abna24.com/news//saudi-man-arrested-for-crashing-car-into-courtyard-of-grand-mosque-in-mecca-video_1082284.html

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Only Those Immunized Against COVID-19 to Be Allowed to Perform Umrah
April 6, 2021/in All News, Featured 3, Other News /
SHAFAQNA- IQNA: Saudi authorities said Monday that only people immunized against COVID-19 will be allowed to perform the year-round Umrah pilgrimage, starting from the holy Month of Ramadhan. The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah said in a statement that only “immunized people” will be granted permits to perform Umrah as well as prayers in the Grand Mosque in the holy city of Mecca.

These include individuals who have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, those having received one dose of the vaccine at least 14 days before performing the pilgrimage, or a person who has recovered from the virus, the ministry said. The ministry also said it would increase the operational capacity of the holy mosque in adherence with COVID-19 measures and restrictions.

 

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Proof of vaccination

With COVID-19 vaccination drives taking place across the globe, the idea of vaccine passports or certificates has become a hotly debated solution to safely reopen international borders for travel and boost tourism sectors that have immensely suffered under coronavirus lockdowns. Last month China launched a health certificate program for Chinese citizens travelling internationally.

The digital certificate, which shows a user’s vaccination status and virus test results, is available for Chinese citizens via a program on Chinese social media platform WeChat. The United Kingdom’s government is also considering asking people to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination to access crowded spaces such as pubs or sports events.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has previously said a certificate is likely to be needed for international travel. However, British parliamentarians from across the political divide recently in a letter opposed any such move in the future, calling it “divisive and discriminatory”.

https://en.shafaqna.com/206029/only-those-immunized-against-covid-19-to-be-allowed-to-perform-umrah/

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Russia to send pilgrims to Saudi Arabia for Umrah in Ramadhan

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SHAFAQNA- IQNA: The Spiritual Administration of Muslims of the Russian Federation plans to dispatch the first group of Umrah pilgrims to Saudi Arabia in the holy Month of Ramadhan. Rushan Abbyasov, the Head of the Administration and Chairman of Russia Muftis Council, said efforts are underway to make it possible for a number of the country’s Muslims to perform Umrah, Sputnik reported. He added that the first group of pilgrims will be sent to Saudi Arabia in Ramadhan.

https://en.shafaqna.com/206014/russia-to-send-pilgrims-to-saudi-arabia-for-umrah-in-ramadan/

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1 hour ago, Labyika ya Khamenei said:

am I allowed to use that money to perform hajj?

Salam you are not allowed  to use money to perform Hajj . Only if would you have enough funds after collecting or earning money by yourself  from your own property  or if you have  borrowed money just for doing Hajj then you can perform  Hajj.

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Rule 30: It is not necessary that, in order to embark on pilgrimage, the means be acquired from the person's own property. It can be acquired by way of gift, or be provided by another person. However, if the cloths for ihram during tawaf and its prayer were acquired unlawfully, pilgrimage shall not be valid, as a matter of precaution. If the money paid for the hady (sacrifice) was acquired by unlawful means, the pilgrimage is not acceptable, unless it was bought on credit and was settled from the unlawful money.


Rule 31: It is not obligatory that the means be acquired by earning a living or other means. If a gift is made to a person which would provide them with the means for pilgrimage, they are not obliged to accept it. Similarly if a person is offered employment which is compatible with their status and the remuneration thereof would provide them with the means for pilgrimage, they are not under any obligation to accept it. However, if a person renders services during the journey to pilgrimage and thereby acquires the means, performing pilgrimage becomes obligatory.

 

 

Rule 33: If a person borrows money sufficient to cover the expenses of pilgrimage, it does not become obligatory on them even though they would have the means to repay it on return from the journey. However, if the loan is for a very long period for which debtors do not usually provide, it becomes obligatory.


Rule 34: If a person has incurred debts to the value of his entire property, it is not obligatory on them to perform pilgrimage. There is no difference in this respect between prompt and deferred debts, or whether it was incurred prior or subsequent to the acquisition of the means. The exception, though, is when the debt is not repayable for a very long period, for example of fifty years, for which debtors do not usually provide.


Rule 35: If khums or zakah was due on a person and they have funds which would not be sufficient for pilgrimage, and if they settled such dues, it becomes obligatory on them to settle those liabilities. Thus pilgrimage is not obligatory on them. It is immaterial whether the liability is on the funds intended for pilgrimage or on arrears.

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/47/2083/

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Conditions of Compulsion

Hajj is compulsory upon every sane, adult Muslim who is physically and financially capable (mustati') of undertaking the journey. Based on this, it is not compulsory upon the insane, children, and who are not capable of performing it.

https://en.wikishia.net/view/Hajj

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Those who can meet the expenses of the Hajj journey through business or other means and who upon return can meet a part of their expenses through earnings such as preaching and the remaining part from allowances through legal sources (theological schools) are mustati, even if they need the allowance to meet their expenses upon return from Hajj.

Question 3: I went on Hajj by borrowing money and receiving a month's salary in advance. Since the person who lent the money fully approved of my going on Hajj and did not need his money, would my Hajj be regarded obligatory or not?

Answer: If your financial istitaah met the required conditions, your Hajj will be correct and deemed obligatory, provided that you can easily repay your debt later on. But if you obtained financial istitaah by borrowing money, you have not become mustati, and your Hajj will not be considered the obligatory Hajj of Islam.

If one who does not afford Hajj obtains a loan to cover its expenses, he will not become mustati, and the Hajj he performs will not be considered the required Hajj of Islam.

 

https://www.shiavault.com/books/manasik-rituals-of-hajj-in-brief/chapters/1-introduction/

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According to the Imamiyyah school, if the bequest is an unconditional gift made without the provision of performing the Hajj by the recipient, the Hajj is not binding, irrespective of who makes the bequest. But if the bequest is made with the condition that one perform the Hajj, the acceptance of the bequest is binding and may not be rejected, even if the bequest is made by a stranger; since it makes him mustati ‘ to undertake the pilgrimage.

https://www.al-islam.org/hajj-islamic-pilgrimage-according-five-schools-islamic-law-muhammad-jawad-mughniyya/hajj

 

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(e) He should possess sufficient money to meet the expenses of his dependents whose maintenance is obligatory on him, like, his wife and children, as well as the expenses of those who have to be paid.
(f) On return from Hajj, he should have some means of livelihood, like, income from the property, farming, business, employment etc. so that he may not lead a life of hardship.
 
2 Question: If I have taken loan from my company where I am working and have still not completed my installments i.e. my loan is still not paid & some balance is to be paid. Is it permissible for me to perform Hajj?
Answer: There is no objection to making the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, but due to your debt which has not been paid as yet, your Hajj would not be considered Hajjat al-Islam (obligatory Hajj).

https://www.sistani.org/english/qa/02763/

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Salam. 

Just bringing this topic up again. 

Anyone going on Hajj? I am inshallah leaving in 3 weeks time. This year Hajj is going to be very different with many new and major changes. 

If anyone going...please share your thoughts and views. Thanks. 

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2 hours ago, Liggel said:

Salam. 

Just bringing this topic up again. 

Anyone going on Hajj? I am inshallah leaving in 3 weeks time. This year Hajj is going to be very different with many new and major changes. 

If anyone going...please share your thoughts and views. Thanks. 

 

I'm not going unfortunately but it is a dream of mine to go one day أن شاء الله. Please remember us in your dua. My Allah سبحانه وتعالى grant you paradise. الله يوفقك 

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On 6/11/2022 at 9:28 AM, Liggel said:

.please share your thoughts and views. Thanks

Salam do Hajj on behalf of all of us

Pakistani Biker Abrar Hassan Completes 50-day Motorbike Ride to Perform Umrah

https://wow360.pk/pakistani-biker-abrar-hassan-completes-50-day-motorbike-ride-to-perform-umrah-in-saudi-arabia/

Visiting Makkah and UMRAH

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPZ432oa9Gw

 

ARRIVING IN KARBALA IRAQ ARBAEEN Walk ROUTE 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a06522ysP0c

WildLens by Abrar - I Was Not Expecting This in IRAN | S05 E03

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Saudi officials prevent Yemeni pilgrims from Hajj

Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: The Yemeni Ministry of Guidance and Hajj and Umrah issued a statement saying: Saudi officials have taken measures against Yemeni citizens that make it impossible for Yemeni pilgrims to perform Hajj and Umrah.

According to the Yemeni Ministry of Guidance and Hajj and Umrah, these actions of the Saudi regime do not comply with any of the divine rules and social customs, or even the laws on which the religious rites are based.

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According to Al-Masira TV, the ministry said in a statement: "Saudi Arabia is not cooperating with Yemeni offices and institutions so that Yemeni pilgrims cannot enter the country from different parts of Yemen to perform Hajj rituals."
 
Yemeni pilgrims have been barred from entering Mecca and Medina for eight years because Saudi Arabia has closed its skies to all Yemeni passenger flights.
 
Yemeni pilgrims are also unable to perform Hajj rituals by land, as Saudi Arabia's border crossings are also closed.
 
These Saudi actions have prevented hundreds of thousands of Yemeni citizens from fulfilling this divine duty.

https://www.avapress.com/en/news/254761/saudi-officials-prevent-yemeni-pilgrims-from-hajj

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Nigerian Hajj Commission: No additional quota

SHAFAQNA- No Additional Quota; the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) said. The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) turned down requests from State pilgrims’ welfare boards, agencies, commissions, and licensed tour operators, for additional slots to perform the religious obligations.

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Usara stressed that the paramount task before NAHCON was basically to move all registered pilgrims safely to the Kingdom before closure of Saudi airspace.

While stressing that the safe conduct of movements to and from Saudi remains a major task before NAHCON, she assured all licensed tour operators that hitches experienced due to unforeseen developments in the new operating system have been successfully corrected.

The spokesperson added that they are expected to commence printing their pilgrims’ travel documents without delay. “Likewise, registered pilgrims are advised to comply with their managers’ instructions accordingly in order to conclude 2022 Hajj outbound operation without hitches”, she added.

Source: IQNA

https://en.shafaqna.com/269095/nigerian-hajj-commission-no-additional-quota/

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Five matters which must be observed in Umrat-ut-Tamatu’

SHAFAQNA- Five matters which must be observed in Umrat-ut-Tamatu’ according to the Fatwas of the Grand Ayatollah Sistani.

 Rule 148: Five matters must be observed in Umrat-ut-Tamatu’: 1) Ihram must be worn at one of the Meqats which will be discussed later; 2) Tawaf round the Kaaba; 3) Prayer (Salah) after the Tawaf; 4) Sa’y between Safa and Marwah; 5) Taqseer, that is, to remove some hair of the head, beard or moustache. On completion of these five acts, one is out of the state of Ihram and all that which is forbidden during Ihram becomes lawful.

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Le Pèlerinage de Tamatto`: Cinq choses qui doivent être observées à Umrat-ut-Tamatu’

Article 148: Il y a cinq actes obligatoires dans la `Omrah: 1- Port de l’Ihrâm à partir de l’un des Mîqât; 2- Le Tawâf (déambulation) autour de la Maison Sacrée (al-Bayt al-Harâm); 3- La prière de Tawâf; 4- Le Sa`y (va-et-vient) entre Çafâ et Marwah; 5- Le taqçîr, lequel consiste à couper un peu de cheveux de la tête ou de poils de la barbe ou des moustaches. Et une fois que le pèlerin aura coupé ses cheveux, il est considéré comme étant sorti de l’état d’Ihrâm, et les choses qui lui ont été interdites à cause et lors de l’Ihrâm deviennent licites.

https://en.shafaqna.com/221255/islamic-laws-on-hajj-rituals-five-matters-which-must-be-observed-in-umrat-ut-tamatu/ (IN English & French  languages)

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