The World Federation One Stop Fiqh

16- Tawaf

In Umrat-ut-Tamatu, the second obligation is tawaf. If a pilgrim deliberately abandons it, his Hajj, shall be null and void, irrespective of whether or not he was aware of the rule governing the matter.Delaying its performance could be materialized in a way that it would no longer be possible to perform it, as it would be time for the devotional stay in Arafat.Thus, the Umrah will be invalid.
Apparently, the ihram will also be invalidated. [And as a rectifying measure], reverting to Hajj-ul-Ifraad is not sufficient, although one should do so, as a matter of precaution.In both the situations, it is obligatory to repeat the Hajj in the following year.

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  • 296

    It is sufficient for an ill person to clean himself according to his condition. For example, he may be helpless,incontinent, or afflicted with intestinal ailment. Thus, he may not be able to control himself. As a matter of …

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  • 297

    Only out of necessity, there is no objection to blood, of ulcers or wounds, oozing in the course oftawaf, if it is difficult to stop. Otherwise, it has to be removed, as a matter of precaution. In situations …

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  • 298

    If a pilgrim is unaware of any najasah on his body or clothes, and he becomes aware of it only after completing tawaf, it is valid and there is no need to repeat it. Similarly, even the tawaf …

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  • 299

    If a pilgrim forgets about the najasah on his body or clothes and remembersafter completingtawaf, it is apparent that the tawaf is valid, albeit, as a matter of precaution, it is better to repeat it.However, if he remembers …

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  • 300

    If a pilgrim was unaware of the najasah on his body or clothes, and became aware of it in the course oftawaf, or his body or clothes became najis in the course of tawaf, he should change into …

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  • 285

    If in the course of tawaf, the pilgrim, in a state of ihram, passes wind, urine or stool, the situation could take different hues:• if he does so before completing the fourth round, the tawaf is invalid and …

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  • 301

    If an uncircumcised pilgrim in ihram, be he adultor discerning child, performs a tawaf, it is invalid. Unless he repeats it, after being circumcised, he will, as a matter of precaution, be regarded as a person who has …

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  • 286

    Before commencing the tawaf, a pilgrim may harbour a doubt as to whether he is tahir.He may remember having performed wudhu.Yet,the doubt relates to whether wudhuwas subsequently broken.He should ignore the doubt;otherwise, it will be obligatory on him …

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  • 302

    If a person has the means, and is able, to perform obligatory pilgrimage, but is not circumcised, he should be circumcised and can perform pilgrimage in the same year.Otherwise, he must delay it till after circumcision.If it is …

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  • 287

    If the doubt about the cleanliness arises after completing tawaf, it must be ignored, although, as a matter of precaution, it may be repeated. It is, though, obligatory to clean oneself for the prayer after tawaf.

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