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Question ID  795  -  Haj & Umra
salam alaikum Sayed Musaawi When we perform our wajib haj we slaughter a goat as qurbani.Is it than also wajib after that on us to slaughter a goat every year as qurban during haj? Jazakallah
 
Answer:-  Slaughtering Qurbani in Hajj is obligatory, but it is not obligatory out of
Hajj in any other place, although it is recommended (Mustahab) to do so.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  628  -  Haj & Umra
Assalam Alaikum wa Rahmatullah. Sehan e Kaaba men tawaaf ke liye,khana e kaaba ke gird aik Bridge bana diya gaya hai. Aaga se mera sawaal ye hai ki is Bridge par se Tawaf karna sahih hai ya Baatil. Hamare marajae Deen is hawale se kiya farmate hain? Wassalam
 
Answer:-  As far as the bridge is not higher than the wall of Ka'bah , Tawaf from such bridge is allowed as we have narrations that the Prophet (SAWA) performed Tawaf while he was on his camel.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  412  -  Haj & Umra
Assalam Alikum WRWB. Aik Mohtarma Umrah e mufrida ki garz se Makkah aati hain,kiya woh apna Umrah karne ke baad, Apne Zinda aur maazoor shauhar ki jaanib se Umrah e mufrida kar sakti hain? 2- Kiya maazoor aur gair maazoor ke masle men koi farq hai?
 
Answer:-  Yes she can perform Umra on behalf of others after performs her own Umra.



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Question ID  374  -  Haj & Umra
my question is that I have heard that we cannot brush our teeth during the days of Haaj is that correct? Also as a woman can I change my undergarments and shower during the few haaj days or is it preferable not to change shower?
 
Answer:-  We are allowed to brush our teeth during Ehraam and take shower and change our underwear. We must avoid using any perfume or perfumed items, and also avoid looking at the mirror.Brushing teeth should not result in bleeding. Wassalam. Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  273  -  Haj & Umra
I would like to go for Hajj inshallah this year but it might be difficult for my husband to accompany me. If I go with a group, do I still require to go with a mahrim I.e my husband? Thank you for being a great source of knowledge to all of us
 
Answer:-  It is nor obligatory to accompany your husband in travelling for Hajj, nor any other Mahram, if your accompanying ladies and Hajj group are trusted to provide you protection and safety .
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
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