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Conditions for Performing Hajj or Umrah on Behalf of a Sick Person

Is it allowed to delegate someone to perform Umrah on behalf of our sick father with the intention that Allah confers recovery upon him?

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The Prioritization between Hajj and other matters should be Based on Individual Need and Necessity

My husband and I are looking to have a child; however, my husband has saved money to perform Hajj, considering that we are currently in Saudi Arabia. We are now faced with two options: choosing to have a child and postponing Hajj for another two years, considering the difficulty of leaving a child with someone else before they turn one year old, or advancing the Hajj and delaying having a child. Which one is more deserving, and what would you recommend?

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Islamic Ruling on Returning from Hajj and still having some Rituals to Complete

I was in Hajj, stood at Arafat, spent the night in Muzdalifah, performed the Jamarat ritual (stoning), and shaved my head. However, I was ill and still is, and couldn't complete the Hajj by performing Tawaf al-Ifadah, Sa'i, and Tawaf al-Wada. Upon entering the state of Ihram, I made the stipulation: "O Allah, I shall be free from Ihram where you detain me." Afterwards, I returned to my home country and Iam now ill and unable to travel to Mecca. Am I considered in state of Ihsar (Obstruction)?

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Mutamatti is Relieved from Offering Animal Sacrifice if he/she Returns to Miqat

A person performed Umrah during the Hajj season, returned to his/her country passing the Miqat, and later came back to perform Hajj. Is he/she called Mutamatti (the person performing Hajj-ul-Tamattu) and liable for offering animal sacrifice due in this type of Hajj (Hajj-ul-Tamattu)?

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Ruling on Violating the Restrictions of Ihram before the Completion of the Rites

I left for Umrah, performed the rites and completed them. After that, I made Ihram (enter into state of ritual consecration) from the mosque of Tan'eim for a second Umrah. While performing Sa'iy, something urgent happened and I didn`t finish this ritual and didn`t make Tahalul. I went to the hotel, took off my Ihram attire, put on my clothes and returned to my country. After that, I was blessed with a baby. What am I liable for?

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Islamic Ruling Regarding a Woman`s Travel for Hajj or Umrah without a Mahram or her Husband

Is a woman allowed to travel for Hajj or Umrah without a Mahram or her husband?

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Ruling on Delegating in Hajj due to Illness

I have a serious illness (Extreme dizziness) and it is difficult for me to travel or go out. Is it allowed to delegate someone to do Hajj on my behalf?

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Ruling on Wearing a Mask while in State of Ihram for Hajj or Umrah

Is it permissible for a person in state of Ihram for Hajj or Umrah to wear a mask? If not permissible, what is he/she liable for before Almighty Allah?

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Conditions for Hajj on Behalf of Others

Is it permissible for a person to perform Hajj on behalf of another who is unable to perform Hajj himself because of the spread of the Corona Virus or he doesn`t meet the age requirement although he is physically and financially capable? 

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Ruling when a Pilgrim Passes away or Becomes Terminally Ill before Completing the Hajj Rituals

What is the ruling of Sharia when a pilgrim passes away or becomes terminally ill before completing the rituals of Hajj? In addition, is it permissible to delegate someone to perform Hajj on his or her behalf?

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Ruling on Using Perfumed Soap or Tissues during Ihram

Is it permissible to use perfumed soap, shampoo or cream while in the state of Ihram?

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Giving Precedence to Getting one`s Son Married over Performing Hajj is up to Person`s Assessment

If there is a man who has saved a sum of money to perform the obligatory Hajj (i.e., Hajj for the first time), and after five years he becomes entitled to enter the randomized lottery for allocating Hajj visas. In the meantime, he has a son who is single and of marriageable age. If he gets his son married, that sum could go short and so he may not be able to perform Hajj. In this case, which takes precedence? Should he do the obligatory Hajj or get his son married?

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Wearing Ordinary Clothes for Ihram due to Being on Duty

What is the ruling when an on-duty government employee is unable to wear Ihram clothes during the Hajj season. Is it permissible that he assumes Ihram in ordinary clothes(Non Form-Fitting)?

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Ruling when a Muhrim Uses an Umbrella for Shade

What is the ruling when a Muhrim uses an umbrella for shade?

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Ruling on Touching the Perfume on Ka`ba while Observing Ihram

What is the ruling when a person observing Ihram (Ritual consecration) touches the perfume on the Ka`ba?

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