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2- Conditions which make Hajjatul Islam obligatory

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  • 66

    If it becomes obligatory to appoint an agent but one does not, the gratuitous performance, by another person, of a pilgrimage on his behalf does not discharge the obligation; it remains obligatory on him to send an agent, …

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  • 67

    It is sufficient to appoint an agent from the Meqat; it is not necessary that he be sent from the home country.

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  • 68

    If the pilgrimage becomes obligatory on a person and he dies after wearing ihram in Haram (the precinct of the Grand Mosque, Ka’ba) he will be deemed to have accomplished his pilgrimage. If he dies in the course …

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  • 69

    It is obligatory on a non-believer, who has the means, to perform a pilgrimage, even though it will not be accepted from him so long as he remains a non-believer. However, if he loses the means before he …

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  • 70

    Pilgrimage is obligatory on a Muslim who becomes apostate, but its performance, in apostasy, is not in order. However, if he repents, it becomes valid, albeit the apostasy is innate, as a matter of preferred judgement (alal aqwa). …

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  • 71

    If a non-Shia Muslim performs an obligatory pilgrimage and then becomes a Shia, it is not obligatory on him to perform pilgrimage afresh. This being so, provided he had performed it in accordance with the rules of the …

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  • 72

    If pilgrimage becomes obligatory on a person, but he deliberately delayed performing it, so much so that he can no longer afford the journey, it is obligatory on him to perform it by any means possible. However, if …

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  • 14

    If a person has property in his country which could perish or be lost if they went on pilgrimage, it is not obligatory on them to do so. Similarly, it is not obligatory to make the journey of …

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  • 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 …

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  • 46

    If a person makes a gift to another so that the latter makes the journey to perform an obligatory pilgrimage, it is incumbent on the recipient to accept the gift. However, if the donor gives the recipient the …

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