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36- Persons prevented from performing Hajj

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  • 443

    Insofar as the hady is concerned, there is no difference whether it is a camel, a cow, or a sheep. If the pilgrim is unable to offer the sacrifice, he should, as a matter of precaution, fast for …

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  • 444

    If the pilgrim, in a state of ihram, does have sex with his wife before the wuquf at Muzdalifah, he must complete the remaining ceremonies and repeat the Hajj as mentioned earlier. However, if he is prevented from …

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  • 445

    By “almahsoor” we mean any person who is prevented by sickness, or the like, from getting to the holy places, after he has entered into a state of ihram.

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  • 446

    If such a thing happens to a pilgrim intending to perform Umrat-ul-Mufradah or Umrat-ut-Tamatu’ , and who wishes to come out of his ihram, his obligation is to despatch an animal or its price to Makkah and seek …

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  • 447

    During Umrah, the pilgrim may become sick. Accordingly, he dispatches an animal for sacrifice. He then recovers, so much so that he is now able to continue with his journey to Makkah and arrives there before the animal …

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  • 448

    If the pilgrim falls sick and sends the hady, then he recovers that he feels he could perform pilgrimage, he should join in the ceremonies. If he fulfils the requirements of the two wuqufs or, in particular, the …

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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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