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36- Persons prevented from performing Hajj

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  • 449

    If a person is prevented from performing tawaf and sa’y because of illness or the like, he can hire an agent to perform them on his behalf. However, he must say tawaf prayer when the agent has completed …

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  • 450

    If the pilgrim is prevented from performing pilgrimage, then dispatches the hady, but before reaching the appointed place, he complained of headache, it is permissible for him to shave his head. If he does so, he must sacrifice …

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  • 451

    By offering the sacrifice, the pilgrim in question can only be spared the prohibitions of ihram, but not relieved of his obligation to performing Hajjatul Islam. He must repeat it in the following year, so long as he …

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  • 452

    If the pilgrim in question does not offer the hady, nor has he the money to pay for it, he must observe fast for ten days.

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  • 453

    The pilgrim, in a state of ihram, may find himself in a position where he is unable to continue his journey to the holy places to perform the ceremonies of Umrah or Hajj, for reasons other than those …

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  • 438

    By “the pilgrim who has been turned away from getting to the holy places”, (almasdood) we mean the one who, after assuming a state of ihram, receives such a treatment at the hands of the enemy, or due …

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  • 454

    A group of jurists make a special provision in the case of the pilgrim who does not bring the hady with him, vowing at the time of wearing ihram to the effect that Allah relieves him at the …

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  • 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 …

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  • 440

    A Pilgrim, performing Hajj-ut-Tamatu’, could be prevented from holding the two wuqufs or, in particular, the one at Muzdalifah. He should, as a matter of precaution, perform tawaf and sa’y, then shave his head and sacrifice a sheep …

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  • 441

    By offering the sacrifice, a person prevented from performing Hajj or Umrah is not relieved of his obligation to perform them. If the intention was to perform Hijjatul Islam, and he was turned away, then ended his ihram …

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