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ans : They say it at their place of residence .
ans: To perform Hajj.
ans : No, there isn’t
ans : They change into Ihram clothing .
ans :They proceed to Mina.
ans : Soon after the Fajr prayer .
They travel to Mina on the 8th day of Dhul-Hijjah.
ans; It’s about 8 kilometres from Makkah
ans : They spend it in Mina.
ans : They travel to the plain of Arafah.
ans : It’s about 22 kilometers from Makkah.
ans : They halt there for the day in this plain .
ans : They pray to Allah.
ans : They ask for forgiveness.
ans : It’s a moving experience to join together.
ans : As many as three million.
ans : Worshipping Allah.
ans : It reminds them of the day when everyone will be brought before Allh for judgement .
ans : They move to Mzdalifa .
ans : It’s located midway between Arafah and Mina .
ans : They spend it there.
=the prayers that are shortened and performed successively?( متتابعا)
ans : They combine the Maghrib and Isha prayers together.
ans : They shorten it into two rak’ahs .
ans : They offer it there too.
ans : They collect pebbles to get ready for the next day when they reach Mina to do stonage to the posts representing Lucifer.
ans : There are three pillars.
ans : They call the jamarat.
ans : Within a few hundred feet of one another.
ans : They remind them that it was here that the devil hopelessly tried to tempt Ibraaheem [PBUH].
ans : To prevent Ibraaheem [PBUH]from performing the sacrifice of Allah.
ans :They stone it with pebbles.
ans : They have collected them from Muzdalifah.
ans : It shows that it wasn’t only Ibraaheem [PBUH] and Ismaa’eel [PBUH] who had to reject shaytan.
ans : Yes, He has .
ans : many of them sacrifice an animal .
ans : In memory of prophet’s Ibraheem’s sacrifice of a ram instead of his son Ismaa’eel.
ans : Now ,they are having a hair cut or have their heads shaven .
ans : They proceed to Makkah.
ans : They stay for another two or three days.
ans : To pray ,stone the jamarat pillars and remember Allah .
ans : They go to Madinah.
ans:To visit the prophet’s Mosque : Al-Masjid an- Nabawee.
ans: He dreamt that He sacrificed his son Ismaa’eel[PBUH].
ans: Yes, it did.
ans: He decided to carry out what Allah had commanded him to do.
ans : He said : My son ,I saw in a dream that I must sacrifice you ,what do you think?
-Ismaa’eel [PBUH] replied ,’ do as you are ordered’ .
ans : He got ready for the sacrifice of Ismaa;eel [PBUH].
ans : He lay down on the ground .
ans : He put it to Ismaa’eel.
The All- Knowing Allah knows well what harm and what benefits His creatures, especially humans. So Allah has set the lawful, halal foods and drinks. Also, Allah has set the unlawful, haram, foods and drinks. Nevertheless, the overall rule is that : all the harmful things are unlawful, haram; and all the useful things are lawful, halal. But there are certain things which are known to be unlawful, haram. They are wine, pork, blood, bacon and many other foods and drinks. Likewise, all the rest of foods and drinks are considered lawful, halal for Muslims. This goes along with the other Islamic legislations for prayer. Prayer was accurately described and practised by the prophet to all Muslims to follow his Sunnah. Prayer starts with ablution, which is the preparatory wash for the prayer. Muslims direct their faces towards the Kaba. They start their prayer by saying : Allahu Akbar, which means Allah is greater than everything.
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