Important A Guide to Hajj – with Shaykh Google

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    A Guide to Hajj – with Shaykh Google

    “And Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah) to the House (Ka‘bah) is a duty that mankind owes to Allaah, those who can afford the expenses (for one’s conveyance, provision and residence)” [Aal ‘Imraan 3:97]

    Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islam and as the Prophet (salAllaahu alayhi wa salam) said: “From one ‘Umrah to another is expiation for what is between them and the accepted Hajj has no reward except Paradise.” [Bukhari]. The only way attain an accepted Hajj and to get the ultimate reward of Allaah’s pleasure and paradise is to perform the Hajj correctly. It is with this in mind that we have provided this small guide with visual aid with the help of shaykh Google in order for you to have an accepted Hajj and attain jannah inshaAllaah

    (please note: we have not taken the rulings and rituals of Hajj from shaykh Google as we do not consider him to be trustworthy in his knowledge of Islaam. This Hajj guide is in accordance to the Sunnah but we have gained ijaazah to use the shaykh’s technology)

    In order for your hajj to be accepted, it requires two conditions just like any other type of action:

    Sincerity (doing the action purely for the sake of Allaah)
    Sunnah (doing the action in accordance to the teachings of the Prophet [salAllaahu alayhi wa salam])

    This guide will explain, through images taken from Google Earth and elsewhere, the sequence of the Hajj alongwith locations involved and their importance. This guide is from the Hajj only, for those doing Hajj Tamatuu (the majority of people) and Qiraan it is assumed you have already completed the Umrah. (click on the pictures to enlarge)

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