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« on: February 27, 2010, 05:03:13 am »

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Many of our disrespectful ulemas and their naive disciples often claim that the Noble Quran says little or nothing about the methods of performing Hajj, and if it wasn't for the Hadith, we would not know how to perform Hajj today.  Needless to say, this couldn't be farther from the truth. 

Please carefully read the following information with the complete set of Quranic verses elucidating every important ritual of Hajj.

The Quran does not mention the visit to al-Medinah during Hajj.  That has been added later since Medinah was the home of the Prophet (SAAW) during the last 10 years of his life.  Thus, visiting Medinah is optional, not obligatory during Hajj.
 

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Quranic Verses on Hajj and its method

And when We made the House (at Mecca) a resort for mankind and a sanctuary, (saying): Take as your place of worship the place where Abraham {Ibrahim} {Ibrahim} stood (to pray). And We imposed a duty upon Abraham {Ibrahim} {Ibrahim} and Ishmael {Isma`il) {Isma`il), (saying): Purify My house for those who go around and those who meditate therein and those who bow down and prostrate themselves (in worship)  2:125  Al-Baqrah

Lo! (the mountains) Al-Safa and Al-Marwah are among the indications of Allah. It is therefore no sin for him who is on pilgrimage to the House (of God) or visits it, to go around them (as the pagan custom is). And he who does good of his own accord (for him), Lo! Allah is Responsive {Ash-Shakir}, Aware {Al-`Alim}   2:158  Al-Baqrah

The pilgrimage is (in) the well known months,*  and whoever is minded to perform the pilgrimage therein (let him remember that) there is (to be) no lewdness nor abuse nor angry conversation on the pilgrimage. And whatsoever good you do Allah knows it. So make provision for yourselves (here after); for the best provision is to ward off evil. Therefore keep your duty unto Me, O men of understanding    2:197  Al-Baqrah


* some explain this by presuming that hajj can be performed in Zil Hajj and certain other months too, most likely Muharram, Safar and Rajab.  But we cannot confirm this.  The confirmed month for Hajj can only be taken as Zil Hajj.

It is no sin for you that you seek the bounty of your Lord (by trading). But, when you press on in the multitude from Arafat, remember Allah by the sacred monument. Remember Him as He has guided you, although before you were of those astray  2:198  Al-Baqrah

Then hasten onward from the place whence the multitude hastens onward, and ask forgiveness of Allah. Lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful  2:199  Al-Baqrah

Remember Allah through the appointed days. Then whoso hastens (his departure) by two days, it is no sin for him, and whoso delays, it is no sin for him; that is for him who wards off (evil). Be careful of your duty to Allah, and know that unto Him you will be gathered  2:203  Al-Baqrah


Some interpreters explain this verse 2:203 as reference to Mina.  But only Allah knows best.  Since the visit to Mina has not been mentioned in the Quran, therefore it cannot be considered obligatory.

Lo! the first Sanctuary appointed for mankind was that at Mecca, a blessed place, a guidance to the peoples

Wherein are plain memorials (of Allah's guidance); the place where Abraham {Ibrahim} stood up to pray; and whosoever enters it is safe. And pilgrimage to the House is a duty unto Allah for mankind, for him who can find a way thither. As for him who disbelieves, (let him know that) Lo! Allah is Independent of (all) creatures.  3:96-97  Al Imran

.... game being unlawful when you are on pilgrimage. Lo! Allah ordains that which pleases Him. 5:1  Al Maidah

O you who believe! Kill no wild game while you are on the pilgrimage. Whoso of you kills it of set purpose he shall pay its forfeit in the equivalent of that which he has killed, of domestic animals, the judge to be two men among you known for justice; (the forfeit) to be brought as an offering to the Ka'bah; or, for expiation, he shall feed poor persons, or the equivalent thereof in fasting, that he may taste the evil consequences of his deed. Allah forgives whatever (of this kind) may have happened in the past, but whoso relapses, Allah will take retribution from him. Allah is Mighty, Able to Requite (the wrong).  5:95  Al Maidah

To hunt and to eat the fish of the sea is made lawful for you, a provision for you and for seafarers; but to hunt on land is forbidden you so long as you are on the pilgrimage. Be mindful of your duty to Allah, unto Whom you will be gathered.  5:96  Al Maidah


 
Verses from Surah Al Hajj

And (remember) when We prepared for Abraham {Ibrahim} the place of the (holy) House, saying: Ascribe you no thing as partner unto Me, and purify My House for those who make the round (thereof) and those who stand and those who bow and make prostration.  22:26 Al-Hajj

And proclaim unto humankind the Pilgrimage. They will come unto you on foot and on every lean camel; they will come from every deep ravine:  22:27  Al Hajj

That they may witness things that are of benefit to them, and mention the name of Allah on appointed days over the beast of cattle that He has bestowed upon them. Then eat thereof and feed therewith the poor unfortunate.  22:28  Al-Hajj

Then let them make an end of their unkemptness and pay their vows and go around the ancient House.  22:29  Al-Hajj

That (is the command). And whoso magnifies the sacred things of Allah, it will be well for him in the sight of his Lord. The cattle are lawful unto you save that which has been told you. So shun the filth of idols, and shun lying speech:  22:30  Al-Hajj

Turning unto Allah (only), not ascribing partners unto Him; for whoso ascribes partners unto Allah, it is as if he had fallen from the sky and the birds had snatched him or the wind had blown him to a far off place.  22:31  Al-Hajj

And the camels! We have appointed them among the ceremonies of Allah. Therein you have much good. So mention the name of Allah over them when they are drawn up in lines. Then when their flanks fall (dead), eat thereof and feed the beggar and the suppliant. Thus have We made them subject unto you, that haply {by chance} you may give thanks.  22:36  Al Hajj

Their flesh and their blood reach not Allah, but the devotion from you reaches Him. Thus have We made them subject unto you that you may magnify Allah that He has guided you. And give good tidings (O Muhammad) to the good.  22:37  Al Hajj


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Briefly, all of the above verses give the following information on the performance of Hajj:

The Kaa'ba was a first place for worship since the time of Prophet Abraham (pbuh).  And Hajj is obligatory for those who can manage it.  Ref. V. 3:96-97
 
V. 2:125 refers to the Taw'af, I'tekaf, ruku and prostration. 

Visiting Safa and Marwa  - V.2:158

"there is (to be) no lewdness nor abuse nor angry conversation on the pilgrimage."  2:197

Going to Arafat  ..... "when you press on in the multitude from Arafat, remember Allah by the sacred monument."  2:198   In continuation also refer to verses 2:199 and 2:203.

Hunting is not allowed while on Pilgrimage - ref. V.5:1    And the penalty for breaking this law - ref. V.5:95.   Fishing is lawful while on Pilgrimage - ref. V. 5:96.

Coming to the verses of Surah Al-Hajj (Chapter 22):

V. 22:26 refers to purifying the House of Allah, the Kaa'bah, with Taw'af, ruku and sajood.

V, 22:27 reference - people will come to perform Hajj (pilgrimage) from far and wide.

V. 22:28 mentions as one of the benefits of Hajj is for believers to see (or witness) the important landmarks.  Also, about sacrificing an animal by mentioning the name of Allah.

V. 22:29 - reference is to tidying up oneself at the end of the Pilgrimage, which is when Muslims shave their heads (for men).

Vs. 22:30-31 - reference throughout is praising Allah and the sacred monuments and never forgetting the strict observance of Monotheism.

V. 22:36 reference - sacrifice of camels is permitted.  Sacrificial meat to be eaten by pilgrims and distributed to the poor.

V. 22:37 clearly expresses the huge importance of one's intent, that is, devotion to Allah.  This is the foundation of every act during Pilgrimage including the practice of sacrificing an animal for food.


In conclusion, with such a huge bunch of information contained within the Noble Quran on how to perform Pilgrimage, if someone still considers that Hadith teaches us the performance of Hajj, the problem is surely with the limited minds of such persons.


Also please read:

Reasons why the Noble Quran doesn't mention our present method of Salaah
http://muslimvilla.smfforfree.com/index.php?topic=2302.msg6405#msg6405

Quran on Zakah
http://muslimvilla.smfforfree.com/index.php?topic=2309.0

What does the Quran say about Fasting?
http://muslimvilla.smfforfree.com/index.php?topic=2419.msg6760#msg6760
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« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2010, 05:09:12 am »

Furthermore, also please read our post
History of Hajj
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« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2015, 02:31:36 am »

As the last month of our Hijri calendar, Zil-Hajj 1436, approaches, may Allah Almighty accept the Hajj of those believers who go to perform it with a sincere intent. Ameen.  According to Christian calendar Hajj will be between September 20 and 25, 2015.


The image below of Makkah, it's not only during Hajj but all year round.



 
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« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2015, 02:34:41 am »

Ameen, ameen.  Very thoughtful message brother ts.  Is anyone going from your family this year?


And wowie!   I love the caption of this image.  Indeed worship of Allah, The Almighty, is for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Makkah.  Alhumdulilah a million times.
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« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2015, 02:37:07 am »

.... brother ts.  Is anyone going from your family this year?


No sister ... almost everyone in my immediate and close extended family have performed Hajj.  Most of us have also done Umrah.  Just a few younger ones below 18 haven't.  But InshAllah will within a few years.


And yeah Sister, that image and its caption is great.  Found it on Tumblr, I think.
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« Reply #5 on: August 15, 2015, 02:42:00 am »

InshAllah, ameen.  Btw, I so much agree with your emphasis on the expression "with a sincere intent."  Like everything else, with a lot of people Hajj has become more of a status symbol rather than a mandatory worship exclusively for the benefit of each soul.
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« Reply #6 on: August 15, 2015, 02:46:10 am »

Like everything else, with a lot of people Hajj has become more of a status symbol rather than a mandatory worship exclusively for the benefit of each soul.

That's exactly what I meant.  Many who claim to be 'Muslims' have this attitude.  The last thought they have in their mind while traveling for Hajj is of Allah.  Even before commencing their journey for Hajj, plans are underway on how Hajj will be celebrated after they return by throwing dinner parties.  Isn't it pathetic?
 
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« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2015, 03:08:46 am »

Ameen.

Thank you for the message br. TS.  And the captioned message on the image you posted is so interesting.  All praise be to Allah.

You guys are so correct.  There's no dearth of materialistic jahils in this world who call themselves "Muslims."  They forget that Hajj is between Allah and them.  Instead their materialism makes it a thing between the society and them.  Very, very pathetic indeed. 
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« Reply #8 on: August 15, 2015, 03:23:14 am »

Exactly Sis.
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« Reply #9 on: November 22, 2016, 05:59:33 am »

As-Salam Alaykum everyone.

There's a very relevant point mentioned in Quran-alone site "Quran-Islam.org-True Islam" which needs to be discussed.   I thought of continuing in this thread so all info on Hajj can be found under a single thread for the convenience of our readers.

Original of Verse 9:36 in Arabic:

إِنَّ عِدَّةَ الشُّهُورِ عِنْدَ اللَّهِ اثْنَا عَشَرَ شَهْرًا فِي كِتَابِ اللَّهِ يَوْمَ خَلَقَ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضَ مِنْهَا أَرْبَعَةٌ حُرُمٌ ۚ ذَٰلِكَ الدِّينُ الْقَيِّمُ ۚ فَلَا تَظْلِمُوا فِيهِنَّ أَنْفُسَكُمْ ۚ وَقَاتِلُوا الْمُشْرِكِينَ كَافَّةً كَمَا يُقَاتِلُونَكُمْ كَافَّةً ۚ وَاعْلَمُوا أَنَّ اللَّهَ مَعَ الْمُتَّقِينَ

"Indeed, the number of months with Allah is twelve [lunar] months in the register of Allah [from] the day He created the heavens and the earth; of these, four are sacred. That is the correct religion, so do not wrong yourselves during them. And fight against the disbelievers collectively as they fight against you collectively. And know that Allah is with the righteous [who fear Him]."  (Verse 9:36)

In Verse 9:36 the word on focus is "hurum" or "hurumun."   According to Quran-alone site the meaning of "humum" is not 'sacred' as translated by all translators including Haleem.  They claim "hurum" is the plural of "haram" and in Verse 9:36 the word implies "to abstain."  Thus the explanation goes as, there are 12 months in a year out of which 4 months are for abstinence from wars, unless in self defense.

Then comes Verse 2:197 where another point needs to be viewed.

Original of Verse 2:197 in Arabic:

الْحَجُّ أَشْهُرٌ مَعْلُومَاتٌ ۚ فَمَنْ فَرَضَ فِيهِنَّ الْحَجَّ فَلَا رَفَثَ وَلَا فُسُوقَ وَلَا جِدَالَ فِي الْحَجِّ ۗ وَمَا تَفْعَلُوا مِنْ خَيْرٍ يَعْلَمْهُ اللَّهُ ۗ وَتَزَوَّدُوا فَإِنَّ خَيْرَ الزَّادِ التَّقْوَىٰ ۚ وَاتَّقُونِ يَا أُولِي الْأَلْبَابِ

"The pilgrimage takes place during the prescribed months.
There should be no indecent speech, misbehaviour, or quarrelling
for anyone undertaking the pilgrimage– whatever good you do, God
is well aware of it." (2:197)  (translation Haleem)

"(For) the Hajj (are) months well known, ...... "    (2:197)  (translation Corpus Quran)


In this Verse 2:197 we need to focus on the word "months" which is plural in both translations above.  It's original in Arabic of Verse 2:197 would be "ashhurun."  We can be sure "ashhurun" is plural as grammatically Corpus Quran defines it as "nominative masculine plural indefinite noun."  The reason why the Quran mentions "months"and not 'month' is because there are 4 months that are "hurum" as already studied in Verse 9:36.

Therefore according to Quran-Islam.org., it's not necessary to restrict Hajj only during the month of Zil Hajj, rather it can be performed during any of those 4 months. Contrary to that, our jurists have ruled Hajj to be performed only in month of Zil Hajj and that too, not the whole month of Zil Hajj but just the first 10 days.  According to this website, the concept of only Zil Hajj as the month of pilgrimage, and that too the first 10 days, comes from the Hadith institution.  The website also clarifies that these 4 months aren't defined as "sacred" in the Quran, rather they are defined as months of 'abstinence' (that is, abstinence from war).

Those folks sound Quranically correct.  I personally think so.  Please give me your feedback.
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« Reply #10 on: November 23, 2016, 04:59:12 am »

Walaikum As-salam brother TS.  I really found this interesting.

I'm not sure if the word "hurum" or "hurumun" in Verse 9:36 means precisely abstinence as stated by that website.  However, I think that's not relevant.  If Allah tells us to abstain from war on certain months, obviously there is a purpose for it.  But the names of those months are not given in the Quran.   However, their interpretation of Verse 2:197 definitely makes plenty of sense.  Allah does refer to Hajj on prescribed "months"  ... not month.  But the issue here is that we don't know which months are included in those 4 months except from Hadith sources.  The concept of 4 sacred (or hurum) months of Zil Qadah, Zil Hajjah, Muharram and Rajab comes from a Bukhari Hadith which I quote as follows:-

O People! Time has gone back to how it was at the time Allah created the Heavens and the Earth. A year has twelve months, four of which are sacred, three consecutive, Thul-Qi’dah, Thul-Hijjah, Muharram, and Rajab, which comes between Jumaadaa and Sha’baan.” (Al-Bukhaari).

Pilgrimage (Hajj) in the month of Zil Hijjah is definite as the name of the month itself is an indication of that.  It's also possible that the practice of pilgrimage during Zil Hajj began when the Monotheistic Faith prevailed in Arabia as preached by Prophets Abraham and his son Ishmael (peace be on them).  Then, the practice of pagan pilgrimage in the month of Zil Hajj continued even after the Arabs gradually corrupted the Monotheistic Faith.  This is a possibility according to which one can presume that Zil Hajj as the month for Hajj began from the time of Prophet Abraham.  This is only an opinion.  But which other months are sacred or hurum whence to abstain from war is only known to Allah.  As you know, Bukhari as well as all other Hadith collections are so tainted that I cannot be 100% certain that the names of the 4 months stated in the Bukhari Hadith quoted above are really the same which Allah refers to in Verse 2:197 as "prescribed months."  Yet, that website's view point remains pretty much valid.  Since Allah does mention "months" for Hajj, therefore whatever information we have at present regarding the sacred months for abstaining from war can be viewed as the right months for Hajj as well.  This is based on the information given by the Divine Power in Verses 2:197 as well as 9:36 of four special months when Hajj can be performed.  We can only hope that the traditionalist view naming those four months (as they have) is correct.  We really have no other way of verifying that.  If this Bukhari hadith is discrepant, which is of course possible, the responsibility to answer to Allah will be on Bukhari's head.
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« Reply #11 on: November 23, 2016, 05:15:43 am »

I agree with Quran-Islam.org website that the concept of Hajj only during first 10 days of month of Zil Hajj is from traditions.  The Quran does not uphold that.  So we can perform Hajj on all 4 months.  That much is in accordance with the Quran as confirmed in the Final Message.  But the question is which are those other 3 months as Sister Heba emphasized?  If we choose those additional 3 sacred or abstained months as Zil Qadah, Muharram and Rajab .. then again we are going back to Hadith, aren't we?  Because this information comes from Hadith.  Unless that website has some logical analysis from the Quran as to which months are precisely included from the Quranic statement of Verse 2:197.  But I'm sure the Quran does not mention the names of those months.  The only month named in the Quran is Ramadan, that the Quran began being revealed in this month because Allah wants us to know about it.

The Quran refers to the cycle of time-period from the beginning of times, and thus the Quran does not mention the names of months because names of months have been different in different communities around the world at different times of history.  Not just that, but with the cycle of cultural innovation, those names also kept changing.

As for the precise reason for selecting specific months and why these 4 months were chosen as sacred which mainly denoted abstinence from violence, is not known either.  Possibly the purpose was to minimize the anxiety and destruction of war .. to give a break to the strife & skirmishes within a tribal community.  It maybe possible that the practice of refraining from wars on certain months existed in Arabia since very long, maybe it existed in some ways since the time of Prophet Abraham (pbuh).  But only Allah knows best.
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« Reply #12 on: November 23, 2016, 05:21:22 am »

Very grateful for your answers sisters.  Thank you for taking the time with so much reflection and thoughts.  Allah bless.

So, that means we may presume Zil Qadah, Zil Hajj, Muharam and Rajab as the 4 special months?
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« Reply #13 on: November 23, 2016, 05:28:36 am »

I suppose so brother.  And this can be based on Sister Zeynab's analysis presuming that these 4 months came from the time of Prophets Abraham and Ishmael (pbt). And since the people of Arabia already knew which months they were, so the Quran did not mention them.  Well, actually, the confirmation of Zil-Hajj comes from the name of the month.  What isn't confirmed is whether Zil-Qadah, Muharram and Rajab are the other 3 months referred as sacred in Allah's Final Message.
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« Reply #14 on: November 23, 2016, 05:32:07 am »

Right.  Thus, what might be the right conclusion?  Should we be able to perform Hajj in all of those 4 months or only in Zil-Hajj?
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