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Ritual 439

Should this happen in Umrah Mufradah, and the pilgrim was accompanying his hady, he could undo his ihram after slaughtering the hady at the place where he was prevented from proceeding to the holy places. If he wanted to undo his ihram, yet he was not in possession of hady, he should obtain an animal and sacrifice it, as a matter of precaution.

He should, as a matter of precaution, too perform taqseer or shaving. This also applies to the pilgrim, in Umrat-ut-Tamatu’, who was prevented from performing Hajj. However, if he was prevented from getting to the Ka’ba before the two wuqufs, in particular, his obligation could turn into Hajj-ul-Ifraad.