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Patiently endure the trials of Hajj, it is better for you and a purification from your sins.

How to Perform Hajj


Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and is a pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia that every able-bodied and financially capable Muslim is required to undertake at least once in their lifetime. The Hajj occurs annually during the Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah.

During the Hajj, pilgrims perform a series of rituals that commemorate the actions of the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) and his family. These rituals include circling the Kaaba, running between the hills of Safa and Marwa, standing vigil at Mount Arafat, and casting stones at pillars that symbolize the devil. The Hajj is a profound spiritual journey that symbolizes unity, equality, and submission to God.

The pilgrimage serves as a powerful reminder of the equality of all Muslims before God, regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, or social status. It is a time for reflection, seeking forgiveness, and spiritual renewal. The experience of Hajj is believed to cleanse the soul of sins and bring the pilgrim closer to God. It is a transformative journey that leaves a lasting impact on the hearts and minds of those who undertake it.

"And due to Allah form the people is a pilgriage to the house- for whoever is able to find thereto a way. But whosoever disbelieves- then indeed, Allah is free from need of the worlds" Quran 3:97

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