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12- Ihram procedure

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  • 178

    It is not a requirement for the validity of the ihram that there should be a determination to refrain from all the prohibitions from the moment it is worn till its removal.However, if the pilgrim was intent, from …

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  • 194

    As a matter of optional precaution (al ahwatil awla), both the pieces must be of textile, and not of leather, for example.

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  • 179

    Every pilgrim must learn the proper pronunciation of the words of the talbiyah and recite them correctly just as the recitation of Takbiratul ihram in prayer. This should be achieved, even if it is by following another person …

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  • 195

    The obligation to wear the two pieces round the waist and the shoulders is confined to males only and does not apply to females who may wear as ihram their usual clothes, provided that they comply with the …

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  • 180

    A person who becomes dumb as a result of disease or injury should recite talbiyah as much as he can, and if he is unable to recite it, he must move his tongue and lips while he is …

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  • 196

    Although forbidding the wearing of silk is generally confined to males, it, as a matter of precaution, also applies to females insofar as ihram is concerned, in that they should refrain from wearing anything made of pure silk …

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  • 181

    Another person must recite talbiyah for a child not capable of rational action (ghayr mumayyiz).

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  • 197

    If either or both garments worn for ihram become najis, it or they, as a matter of precaution, must be changed or rendered tahir as soon as possible.

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  • 182

    The ihram for Hajj-ut-Tamatu’, Umrat-ut-Tamatu’, Hajj-ul-Ifraad or Umrat-ul-Mufradah is not complete without talbiyah.As for Hajj-ul-Qiraan, it can be completed with talbiyah, signs, or by the following ways: naqs. The first by the sacrifice of a camel, the pilgrim, …

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  • 198

    It is not obligatory to have the cloths of ihram on all the time. There is no objection to its removal, whether necessary to do so or not. Nor is there any objection to changing them, provided the …

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