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Umrah Hajj eBook 2005

Umrah Hajj eBook 2005

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Disclaimer:This compilation is based on the experiences, opinions and limited
knowledge of the editors and contributors. Please refer to your Ustaz/ah as you go
through this handbook.
Compiled and Edited by
Asma Abdullah Ph.D and Azian Ali
December 7, 2004
This handbook is to be updated yearly, so please e-mail your
suggestions/contributions
toasmaabd@pop.jaring.my orpicsb@yahoo.co.uk
An e-Handbook
on
Preparing
Performingand
Personalising
the Umrah/Ha
jj
U m ra h /H a jj e
-
Handbook 2005
1
Salutations
3
List of Contributors
4
THE HANDBOOK -at a glance
5
Part 1 PREPARING FOR THE TRIP
6
Part 2 PERFORMING THE UMRAH/HAJJ
23
Part 3 PERSONALISING THE EXPERIENCE
53
3.1.
The Land of Self Actualisation
3.2
Towards A Spiritual Journey
3.3
My Hajj and Umrah Experience 2002
3.4
Heat, etc. No Longer Big Deal After Hajj
3.5
Selected poems
Appendices:
1. Medical Preparation
109
2. Checklist for Packing/Purchasing
112
3. Hajj Flow of Activities
121
4. Doa
127
Additional Readings:
1. Hajjee with No HAJJ
130
2. So That Our HAJJ May Be Accepted
132
3. Wisdom and Aims of HAJJ
133
4. What To DoTo Make Our HAJJ Be Accepted
138
5. HAJJ: Its Virtues and Benefits
145
6. Fifty Things To Do @HAJJ
154
7. Do's and Don'ts in HAJJ
156
8. A Woman\u2019s Guide to HAJJ
162
U m ra h /H a jj e
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Handbook 2005
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Say: Allah speaks the Truth; so follow the religion of Abraham. The upright one. And he was not one of the polytheists. Certainly the first house appointed for mankind is the one at Bakkah (Makka), blessed and a guidance for the nations. In it are clear signs: the place of Abraham; and whoever enters it is safe; and Pilgrimage to the house is a duty which people owe to Allah \u2013whoever can find a way to it.\u201d (The Quran, 3:94-96).

The Quran speaks of mankind (al-nas) when dealing with the Pilgrimage, and not just believers or Muslims. For instance:

\u201cPilgrimage to the House is a duty which people owe
to Allah.\u201d (3:96)

\u201cProclaim to people the Pilgrimage: they will come to
thee on foot and on every lean camel, coming from
every remote path.\u201d (22:27)

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