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The Pilgrim’s Provision
Muhammad Saalih Al-Munajjid
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The Pilgrim’s Provision
Publisher’s statement
Hajj to the Sacred House of Allaah is one of the pillars of Islaam and one of its most important fundamentals, because the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: “Islaam is built on fve [pillars]: the testimony that there is no god worthy of worship but Allaah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allaah, establishing regular prayer, paying Zakaah, fasting Ramadhaan and performing pilgrimage to the sacred House of Allaah.”

It is obligatory according to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and according to the consensus of the Muslims. The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: “Allaah has enjoined the Hajj upon you, so perform Hajj.” And the Muslims are unanimously agreed upon that. It is something that no Muslim has any excuse for not knowing. Whoever denies that it is obligatory and he is one of those who live among the Muslims, is a disbeliever. A person who fails to do it out of negligence is in grave danger, because some of the scholars said that such a personis a disbeliever. This view is narrated in one report
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from Ahmad, but the correct view is that neglecting deeds does not make a person disbeliever except in the case of prayer. ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Shaqeeq, may Allaah have mercy on him, – who was one of the Taabi’een (the generation after that of the companions) said: “The Companions of the Messenger of Allaah, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, did not regard omitting any action as Kufr (disbelief) except prayer.” The one who neglects to do Hajj until he dies is not a disbeliever according to the correct view, but he is in grave danger.

The Muslim has to fear Allaah and hasten to perform Hajj once he meets the conditions of it being obligatory, because we must hasten to perform all obligatory duties unless there is evidence to the contrary. How can a Muslim accept to forsake going to Hajj to the Sacred House of Allaah when he is able to do it and it is easy for him to get there? How can he delay it when he does not know whether he will be able to get there after this year? He may become unable to go after he was able, or he may become poor after being rich, or he may die when Hajj was obligatory for him, then his heirs may neglect to make it up on his behalf.

Muslims must realize that Hajj is one of the best acts of worship. It is one of the pillars of Islaam with which Allaah sent Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, and without which a person’s religious commitment is incomplete.
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Worship cannot bring a person closer to Allaah and  cannot be accepted unless it has sincerity towards Allaah alone, i.e., it is done to seek the Countenance of Allaah and the Hereafter, and is not done to show off, to enhance one’s reputation or for worldly gain and following the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. Hence the one who wants to worship Allaah by doing any act of worship – Hajj or anything else– has to learn the teachings of the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, concerning it, so that his actions will be in accordance with the Sunnah.
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Table of contents
Introduction 11
The Talbiyah and Takbeer 13
The virtues of Hajj 17
The conditions that make Hajj an obligation 23
Preparing for Hajj 36
Ihraam and its rulings 40
Meeqaats 58
The pillars and obligations of Hajj 60
The day of Tarwiyah 62
The Day of ‘Arafah 65
The Night of Muzdalifah 75
The day of Sacrifce 83
The days and nights of Tashreeq in Mina 96
Stoning the Jamaraat (pillars) 102
The Hady, sacrifce and ransom 110
Farewell Tawaaf 114
A variety of rulings/matters 118
The end of Hajj 125




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Introduction
All praise is due to Allaah, Lord of the worlds, and may His prayers and blessings be upon His trustworthy Prophet and all his family and Companions.

To proceed:
Seeking knowledge is a form of fearing Allaah. Seeking knowledge for the sake of Allaah is a form of worship and studying it is a form of praise. Searching knowledge is a Jihaad (struggle), teaching it to others is charity and conveying it to competent people is a form of worship. It is the beacon for those on their way to Paradise. It is what keeps you company when you are desolate and it is your companion when away from home. It talks to you when you are alone and it is the indication of prosperity and adversity.

It is a weapon against enemies and an adornment for when you are with your intimate friends. Through knowledge, a slave can reach the rank of the righteous ones and the highest ranks in this life and the Hereafter. Through knowledge, the bonds of kinship are maintained and through knowledge the permissible is differentiated from the forbidden. It is the
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precursor of actions and actions follow it. The joyful ones are inspired with knowledge and the wretched ones are deprived of knowledge.

We ask Allaah to make us one of those who acquire knowledge and convey it to others, making it a ceaseless charity by spreading the knowledge of the Qur’aan and Sunnah. The booklet you have in your hands is a benefcial summarized pamphlet on Hajj (pilgrimage).

It covers the virtue of Hajj, its rulings and what occurs during Hajj. It is from the app Jawwaal Zaad and we have now published it as requested by a number of brothers and sisters. May it be of beneft to us all on the day of -udJment and may Allaah reward us for it on the day of Resurrection. May Allaah guide us to the right path.
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The Talbiyah and Takbeer Allaah Says:
((واذكروا الله في أيام معدودات)).
«And remember Allaah during [specifc] numbered days» [Qur’aan 2: 203]. Takbeer is a Sunnah durinJ the frst ten da\s of Thul-Hijjah.

Allaah Says:
((ليشهدوا منافع لهم ويذكروا الله في أيام معلومات على ما رزقهم من بهيمة الأنعام)).
«That they may witness [i.e. attend] benefts for themselves and mention the name of Allaah on known [i.e. specifc] days over what He has provided for them of
[sacrifcial] animals» [Qur’aan 22: 28].

The one who intends to perform Hajj must continue unrestrictedTakbeer at all times and conditions during these ten days until he enters the state of Ihraam(the intention to start performing the rituals of Hajj or ‘Umrah) for Hajj. When he is in the state of Ihraam he must start chanting the Talbiyah and continue to chant it until he throws pebbles at Jamrat
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Al-‘Aqabah. Then he goes back to the unrestricted Takbeer again and the restricted Takbeer after prayers commencing from after Thuhr (noon) prayer on the tenth day at Mina.

The unrestricted Takbeer:
It is Sunnah for the 0uslim  on the frst ten days of Thul-Hijjah to frequently remember Allaah and this includes the unrestricted Takbeer. It should be recited at all times and situations without restriction: Allaahu Akbar Allaahu Akbar, la ilaaha illallaah, wa Allaahu Akbar, Allaahu Akbar wa lillaahilhamd” Allaah is Great, Allaah is Great, there is no god worthy of worship but Allaah, Allaah is Great, Allaah  is Great to Him belongs all Praise). The Muslim must also make the most of his time by performing acts of worship, as Allaah bestows His mercy upon us and when we are included in that mercy we join the joyful ones and are saYed from + ellfre.

“Labbayk Allaahumma labbayk”
(Here I am at your
service O Allaah, here I am!):
The Talbiyah is the response of Ibraaheem (Abraham), may Allaah exalt his mention, when he was called upon by Allaah the Almighty. It is a commitment to the continuity of obedience to Allaah and it includes love and sincerity, humility and submission.

Also, it is a form of praising Allaah with the most perfect attributes and beautiful praise. It acknowledges the expanse of His blessings and His complete
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sovereignty. It is adeclaration of the oneness of Allaah which is the soul of Hajj and its purpose and anthem. Whenever the pilgrim goes from one ritual to another, he must say, “Labbayk Allaahumma labbayk”(Here I am at your service O Allaah, here I am).

The virtue of Talbiyah
If the pilgrim’s heart is with Allaah, he won’t be distracted by the busy crowds and roads, or people’s chatter from chanting the Talbiyah and the virtue that has been mentioned about it, the Prophet, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam said: “There is no Muslim who chants the Talbiyah, except that everything on his right or left, will chant the Talbiyah in turn, be it a tree, or a stone, on the whole earth from the east to the west.”1 It will be chanted by everything on his right and his left, especially when he ascends or descends somewhere. The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam also said: “Jibreel [Gabriel] ordered me to raise the voice with Ihlaal [Talbiyah] as it is one of the signs of Hajj.”2

The best acts of Hajj
The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam,said:
“The best acts of Hajj are ‘Ajj and Thajj.”3‘Ajj is to
1 Reported by Ibn Maajah (2921) and Al-Albaani ruled it as authentic.
2 Reported by Al-Haakim (1654) and he ruled it as authenticand
by AlBayhaqi in his book Manaasik Al-Hajj Al-Bayhaqi (9280).
3 Reported by At-Tirmithi (827) and Al-Albaani ruled it as authenticin his book Saheeh At-Tirmithi.

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raise the voice when chanting the Talbiyah and Thajj is slauJhterinJ the sacrifce. ,t is Sunnah for men to raise their voice while chanting the Talbiyah, but women should chant it only loud enough for their companion (someone beside them) to hear. It is more stressed to raise the voice with Talbiyah publicly when getting into the car, when ascending to somewhere high, or when descending a slope. The one performing Umrah should discontinue the Talbiyah when starting Tawaaf (circumambulating the Ka’bah) and the pilgrim should stop before throwing pebbles at Jamrat Al-‘Aqabah.
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The virtues of Hajj
The reward of the pilgrim:
There are glad tidings for the one who intends to perform Hajj as the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said: As for you leaving your home with the intention of Hajj then your she-camel does not place its foot nor does it raise it except that Allaah writes for you a reward due to it, and wipes off one of your sins.”1You are under Allaah’s security and protection and you are expiating your sins, warding off poverty from yourself. Paradise is the reward for your accepted Hajj and you are one of Allaah’s delegation, whom He called and they responded.

They requested from Allaah so He bestowed upon them what they asked for, as many authentic Hadeeths have cited.2

Hajj Mabroor (Accepted pilgrimage):
The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said:
1 Reported by ‘Abdur-Razzaaq (8830) and Al-Albaani ruled it as sound (Hasan).

2 One must always say by the Will of Allaah, and this cannot be said for one who merely makes the intention of performing Hajj, until the act is carried out which results in reward.
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“There is no reward for Hajj Mabroor [accepted Hajj] except Paradise.”1

Some of the meanings  of Hajj Mabroor include:
Sincere devotion to Allaah with no wish to be praised nor to receive anything in this life.

‡ It is performed according to the Sunnah (theProphet’s way and tradition).

‡ It should be from Halaal (lawful and pure) earnings, as Allaah is pure and only accepts what is pure.

‡ It should be free from all sins, sexual relations and dispute.

Ibn Rajab, may Allaah have mercy on him, said:
“It is the (Hajj) that includes righteous acts and the
avoidanceof sins.” Al-Hasan Al-Basri, may Allaah have mercy on him, said: “Hajj Mabroor is to return  (home) with abstention from this life and a desire for the afterlife.”

Acts of righteousness during Hajj
the body that are required to be covered), not revealing the faults of other Muslims, and offering them[b]food and drink are all moral and righteous acts.[/b]
Lowering your gaze, covering the ‘Awrah (parts of

He has equal reward:
Whoever aids another Muslim to perform Hajj,1 Reported by Al-Bukhaari (1773) and Muslim (1349).

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Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said: “He whoprepares a Ghaazi [Islaamic warrior], is given a reward [b]equal to that of a Ghaazi.”1[/b] will receive reward equal to that person’s, as the


Some of the benefts of Hajj
Hajj exhibits servitude to Allaah and gratitude for His blessings. It educates us in surrendering and submitting to Allaah and returning to Him. It opens the door to hope as the pilgrim returns free of sin just like the day he was born. It also educates us to avoid what Allaah has forbidden and accustoms usto organization.

 It is a general assembly of people and also a sign of unity. All people are equal, dressed the same with the same actions and anthem, “Labbayk Allaahumma labbayk, labbayka la shareeka laka labbayk, inna al-hamda
at Your service O Allaah, here I am. Here I am at Yourservice, You have no partner, here I am at Your ser-[b]1  on him, in his book Fataawa Al-Haram Al-Makki (3/56). Reported by Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, may Allaah have mercy[/b] wan-ni’mata laka wa al-mulk la shareeka lak.” (Here I am

It is more appropriate to say:
“He who prepares a Muslim for Hajj is given the same reward as the pilgrim.” What Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, may Allaah have mercy on him, said conveys the same meaning, as he said: If someone wants the reward of Hajj, he should help another Muslim to perform Hajj.

This is by paying for someone to perform Hajj as:
“He who prepares a Ghaazi [Islamic Warrior], is given a
reward equal to that of a Ghaazi” and the one who  prepares a pilgrim is given the same reward as the pilgrim.”

As for helping it can be with a small or large amount, so if someone gives the pilgrim one
hundred dirhams he has helped him. If he pays for the expenses of traveling he has also helped him, however, he will not receive the same reward as the pilgrim unless heprepares him completely vice. For You alone is All Praise and All Grace, and forYou alone is The Sovereignty. You have no partner.)




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A practical lesson on submission to Allaah

Hajj is an education concerning submission to Allaah at that period of time, within the boundaries of its location, its rituals, their form, number, location, and their order. For instance, if someone stands outside the borders of ‘Arafah his Hajj is invalid and if someone were to pass the Meeqaat this is the specifc place wherecertain people enter the state of Ihraam) without making the intention of performing Hajj he must offer a sacrifce. ,f someone were to throw pebbles at somewhere other than Al Jamrah it would be invalid, and if he were to intentionally increase the number of rounds (around the Ka’bah) or size of the stones, he has crossed the borders. The successful person is the one who benefts from Hajj by surrendering to the rulings of Allaah the Almighty and complying with them joyfully.

The main purpose of Hajj:
It aims to educate the slave in favoring Allaah’s rituals and His sacred things by honoring and loving them and avoiding their violation.1 Allaah Says after1 This phrase is in need of further explanation, as it is not feasible to join between loving Allaah’s sacred ordinances and favoring them and the avoidance of violating them.

Because the one who avoids violating Allaah’s sacred things is required to honor and glorify them but not love them or favor them.
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mentioning the rulings concerning Hajj:
(ذلك ومَن يُعظّم حُرمات الله فهو خيرٌ له عند ربه)
«That [has been commanded], and whoever honors the sacred ordinances of Allaah — it is best for him in the sight of his Lord.» [Qur’aan 22: 30]

The educator must seek to instill this in the pilgrims, and the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said during his Hajj: “Take [learn] your ritual acts from me.”1 Ibn Al-Qayyim may Allaah have mercy on him said: “The soul of worship is honor and love.”

Going against the polytheists:
They would chant (a Talbiyah) of Shirk (associating partners with Allaah) and so the prophet’s Talbiyah was Tawheed (the oneness of Allaah).

• Quraysh did not cross Muzdalifah, so the prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam crossed to ‘Arafah.

‡ They would leave ‘Arafah before sunset, so the prophet sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam left after sunset.

‡ They would leave Muzdalifah after sunrise so he left before then.

The Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, announced this principle by saying: “Everything from
1 Reported by Al-Bayhaqi (9796) and Al-Albaani ruled it as authentic.
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the time of Jaahiliyyah is trampled under my feet [i.e. cancelled].”1 Ibn Al-Qayyim, may Allaah have mercy on him, said: “The Sharee’ah (Islaamic law) has settled on the intention of going against the polytheists, especially concerning ritual acts.”
1 Reported by Muslim (3009).
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The conditions that make Hajj an obligation The Hajj of the one who is in debt:
‡ The Hajj of one who is presently in debt is valid but he has committed a sin.1

• Hajj is not obligatory upon someone in debt who is unable to discharge it. If he is able to pay it back by selling what he is not in need of, it is obligatory to settle the debt and then perform Hajj.

‡ 'ebts include what is considered Allaah•s riJht such as alms, or an expiation that one has yet to pay. Or it can be another person’s right such as a loan, the cost of a sold item or lease. Whether this debt is from a relative or stranger, a company or state.

‡ The debt of installments: If the person has discharged the present installments and intends to1 What is the evidence that proves it is a sin?

If he seeks permission from the creditor who excuses him and extends the  duration, then there is no wrongdoing.

This situation will be further explained on page.
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discharge the remaining installments at the appointed time, or is given a trust, he can perform Hajj.

‡ It is permissible for the one in debt to perform Hajj on behalf of someone and he can perform Hajj at the expense of another person or in return for working for the Hajj campaign if it does not prevent him from earning money to discharge a part of his debt.

‡ Be aware that a riyal/penny that you spend in discharging your debt is better than spending ten riyals on Hajj.1

Taking money from others to perform Hajj:
‡ The Hajj of one who performs itat the expense of another person is valid even if it is the obligatory Hajj.

‡ One is not required to accept an offer of money to pay for Hajj if it is given with contempt.

‡ It is disliked for the one who is unable to pay for Hajj to beg others (humiliating himself) to obtain the money to perform an act of worship that is he is not obligated to do.

‡ The one who is truly eager to perform Hajj but is unable to, is rewarded according to his sincerity and intention.
1 Reported by Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, may Allaah have mercy on him.
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When is it recommended to perform Hajj on behalf of someone?
It is not recommended for a man to accept money to perform Hajj on behalf of someone except for two kinds of men:
‡ A man who loves Hajj and wishesto witness the rituals of Hajj but is unable to. In this case a man can take money from the brother to perform Hajj on his behalf.

‡ A man who