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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 20:57
Hadith 1

“Whoever performs Haj for the sake of Pleasing Allah, and does not utter any disgusting remarks of sexual nature, nor commits any evil, will return as free from sins as the day in which his mother gave birth to him”.

[Bukhari, Muslim]





Will share these Ahadith, originally being posted by Shaykh Abdur Raheem Limbada.
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 20:59
Hadith 2

“An Umrah which follows another Umrah is an expiation for whatever was committed in between them. And a Hajje Mabroor (a righteous Haj) has reward, no less than Paradise”.

[Bukhari, Muslim]
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:01
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 3

Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam said:

“O Amr! Do you not know that embracing Islam washes away all sins committed before it (during disbelief). And that migration (Hijrah) washes away all sins committed before it. And that Haj wipes out all sins committed before it”.

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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:02
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 4

Haj and Umrah Should be performed in Succession

“Follow up the Haj and Umrah (with each other, perform them in succession) for verily they remove poverty and sins in the same manner that fire cleans away the dirt in iron, gold and silver”.
Another Hadith says: “Continue to perform Haj and Umrah for Allah’s sake”.

[Kanzul-Ummal]
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:04
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 5

Grave Warning: Deliberate Neglect of Haj can lead to Kufr

“Whosoever possesses the provisions (for Haj) and the means of transport to take him to the House of Allah, yet he never performs the Haj, then there is no blame on him if he dies as a Jew or as a Christian”.

This is because Allah سبحانه وتعالى says: “Haj to the house (ka'bah) is a right of Allah over people, over someone who has the ability to make his way there. And whosoever rejects, then Allah is free of need from any among the worlds”.
Qazi Baydhawi Rahmatullahi Alayhi said: “Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam took the indication from “And who rejects...”. Allah سبحانه وتعالى did not say “and one who does not perform Haj”. So using the phrase of “Wa Man Kafara” is a sign that wilful neglect of Haj constitutes to or leads to Kufr.

Imam Ghazali Rahmatullahi Alayhi says: “Haj is indeed a very important part of worship, that the defaulter is regarded as equal to a Jew or a Christian, in the sense of being misguided.

Shaykh Zakariyyah Rahmatullahi Alayhi writes: “It is reported that many great Ulama from among the Tabieen used to say that when a person is so rich that Haj becomes obligatory on him, yet he does not perform it and dies, then we will not pray Janazah Salah over him.
They are Saeed Ibn Jubayr, Ibraheem Nakhaee, Mujaahid and Taoos. [It-Haaf]

The Ulama, especially the four Imams, did not consider such a person Kafir. They say he only becomes a Kafir if he denies the fact that Haj is a pillar of Islam and that it’s Fardh. If there was no denial, he would remain a Muslim. However the threats and warnings from Allah سبحانه وتعالى and His Rasul Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam are such that it would bring a person very close to Kufr.

[Virtues of Haj, page 34 – 35]
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:18
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 6

One Who Neglects Haj Will Beg to be returned to the Dunya, at the Time of Death
Ibn Abbas Radiyallahu Anhu says: “Whosoever has sufficient means to perform Haj and does not do so, or has enough wealth making Zakah obligatory on him, and he does not give it, he shall surely, at the time of death, beg to be sent back to the world” [Tirmizi]

He might have been referring to the verse of Surah Muminoon: “...Until when death approaches one of them, He says: ‘My Rabb! Let me go back. Perhaps I could do some good in what I have left behind..." (23:99/100)

In another Hadith, he was asked about this and he recited the verse of Surah Munafiqoon: “And spend from what we have bestowed upon you, before death approaches one of you, then he would say ‘My Rabb! Why did you not give me respite for a little while so that I may have given in charity and become from the Saliheen...” (63-10/11)
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:20
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 7

An Extremely Rich Person Should Pay a Visit at least Once in Five Years

Abu Saeed Khudri Radiyallahu Anhu reports that Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam says: “Allah Azza Wajalla said ‘That servant of mine, whom I have given good health, in his body and I have expanded for him his livelihood, lets five years pass by upon him without visiting me, is truly a very deprived person”.
[Ibn Hibban, Kanzal-Ummal, Virtues of Haj, page 39]

Haj is only Fardh once in a lifetime but a very rich person should frequent the House of Allah سبحانه وتعالى as much as possible.
Hafiz Ibn Rajab has narrated from many Ulama that is better to go for Nafl Haj than to spend in charity, unless if there is a disaster and people are in desperate need of assistance.

This is because a person is rewarded for spending in both cases, in charity and in Haj. However, when one goes for Haj, he does many other worships as well. For example, praying all five Salah in Haram Shareef, performing lots of Tawafs, travelling to Mina, Arafat, Muzdalifa. Reading Quran, making dua in Arafat, visiting Madinah Shareef etc. He spends a good few weeks in acts of piety, so under normal circumstances, an optional Haj would take precedence over optional Sadaqah.

I would add that people find it easy to spend large sums in Haj but they would struggle to give that much amount in Sadaqah.
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:20
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 8

Haj should be Performed as Soon as it Becomes Fardh

“Whosoever intends to perform Haj, should hasten, because sometimes illness overcomes a person or some necessity arises” [Abu Dawood, Kanz, Virtues of Haj P.27]

In view of this Hadith, the majority of the Ulama from the Imams of Fiqh are of the opinion that Haj should be performed at the first opportunity after it becomes obligatory. Delaying it, is a sin.

It is stated in one Hadith that “Haj should be performed before Nikah”. [Kanz, Virtues pf Haj P.27]

Many people save large sums for weddings and avoid Haj. Weddings should be kept simple and the large sums should be used for Haj.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:22
Q: Upon whom does Haj become Fardh?

A: For Haj to become fardh, the following conditions should be found in an individual:

1, To be a Muslim; Haj is not fardh upon non Muslims. It will not be counted, even if they were to perform it.

2, To be mentally fit (sane, Aaqil). Haj is not fardh upon an insane person. (A majnoon)

3. To be physically mature, (baaligh). Haj is not fardh upon minors. (Non baaligh).

4. To be physically capable of travelling to Makkah Mukarramah and performing Haj. Or at least having some support to be able to do so. Haj will not be fardh upon severely disabled, handicapped persons.

5. To have sufficient expenses for travelling, food, medication, accommodation and any other necessary requirements.
This can vary. Residents in Makkah can walk it to Mina, Arafat & Muzdalifa. Those living close by can drive there. Those abroad have to take flights. Haj will become Fardh with minimum costs. One should not wait to have enough wealth for going in a 5 star luxury group. One should travel as soon as possible, with the most reasonable group available.

6. To have sufficient wealth to leave expenses for those who depend on the person, ie. wife & children. (If they are left behind)

7. The route being secure; If there is danger along the way, eg. a war has broken out (Allah forbid) and life could be at risk, then one can postpone the Haj until calmness prevails.

8. A woman must not be in Iddah (ie waiting period after; divorce, which is 3 mensturations, or after; death of the husband, which is 4 months and 10 days.)

9. A woman must have the company of her husband or of a Mahram (an adult male whom she is not permitted to marry due to being closely related eg father, son, brother, grandson, uncle.)
If she cannot find a Mahram, she should leave the wealth on one side and make an intention that as soon as she finds one ready to travel with her, she will travel. If death approaches, she should leave a will for Hajje Badal to be performed on her behalf. The will should be carried out from one third of the legacy.
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 18th August 2015 21:24
40 Hadith of Haj (Daily) - Hadith 9

Spending in Haj is like Spending in the Path of Allah سبحانه وتعالى

“Spending in Haj is like spending in the path of Allah. It is multiplied 700 times”.
[Ahmed, Tabaraani, Bayhaqi]

A Muslim should never be stingy in spending in good causes. Haj is one of these good causes so one should spend freely, but wisely in Haj. One should go in a good group and look for the most suitable facilities. One should also spend on the people of Haramayn Shareefayn by buying some gifts from there.

However, in our times, we see all western style shops in and around Haram Shareef. The profits go to others outside Haram Shareef and nothing is left for the locals. So one should walk a bit further from the Haram, with the intention of helping the locals by buying from them.

Also one should also avoid spending most of their time in shopping. One should also refrain from buying Haraam items such as a T.V., photography means, revealing clothes for women and children, etc.
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