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The Goals and Manners of Making Hajj
The Goals and Manners of Making Hajj
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  • Authored by: Habib Ali al-Jifri

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Details:  The Goals and Manners of Making Hajj -
[A5] Paperback - 111 pages,
by Shaykh Habib Ali al-Jifri,
**English translation by Wael Zubi,
Published by Dar al-Faqih.


Description :

The time of the greater pilgrimage is upon our community, a time in which the gifts of the Lord are openly displayed, and manifest themselves to earnest hearts, a time and a place for which the hearts of the faithful yearn. From the time God Almighty commanded His intimate friend Abraham, upon him be peace, to call people to Hajj, & Abraham asked :
''O Lord how will people hear my voice from a distance and across time?'' the Lord said : ''O Abraham you make the call, and We will make it reach them,'' and when the call to Hajj was made the Spirits answered, and their answer at that time opened the door of felicity for them and allowed them to go to Hajj when they eventually came into physical existence.


The Hajj is one of the greatest rites of Islam, and it should be enough for the faithful to know it is the fifth pillar of the faith, and the one who is capable of performing it has no faith without it. The Prophet of God, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, warned those whose hearts are heedless and distracted from the right path about being neglectful of the greater pilgrimage. Whosoever understands what the pilgrimage is really about, will also understand the secret of why this is treated so seriously, the Hajj is the great banqueting table of God Almighty, and if the faithful are called to this banquet and turn it down it indicates a lack of sensitivity and weakness of faith.



Contents (Headings) :

---In the Name of God, the Merciful the Compassionate,
---And proclaim the Pilgrimage among men,
---They will come to Thee,
---You make the call, We will cause it to reach,
---Pilgrimage thereto is a duty men owe to Allah Almighty.

---The courtesy pertaining to preparing for Hajj,
---The courtesy of going out to Hajj,
---The courtesy of wearing the Ihram for Hajj,
---Hajj Ifrad, Hajj Tamattu' and Hajj Qiran,
---The courtesy one should have whilst saying ''At Your service O God''
---The courtesy of entering the Sacred City of Makkah,
---The courtesy related to circling the Ka'ba,
---And take Ye the Station of Abraham as a Place of Prayer,
---The courtesy of pacing between Safa and Marwah,
---The Day of Tarwiah: The Courtesy related to spending the night in Mina,
---Hajj is Arafa : The Courtesies of Arafa,
---Then when Ye pour down from (Mount) Arafat, Celebrate the Praises of Allah at the Sacred Monument,
---The courtesies related to spending the night at Muzdalifah,
---Travelling to Mina: The Goal of stoning the Pillars at Mina, and the Manner pertaining to it,
---On the Devils' inroads to the Heart,
---Then pass on at a quick pace from the place whence it is usual for the multitude to do,
---Celebrate the Praises of Allah during the Appointed Days,
---It is your piety that reaches Him,
---The manner in which one should depart from Makkah,

Madinah al-Munawwarah :
---The Goals and Etiquettes of Visiting the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace,
---One should not travel except to ...
---The manner of greeting the Messenger of God Almighty,
---The manner of Visiting the Cemetery of Baqi'
---So follow their guidance,
---The Visit of Uhud.

---Appendix,
------Invocations mentioned in the book,
------The invocation for departing and/for boarding a mode of transport,
------Invocation for entering a Mosque,
------The Invocation done during the circumambulation of the Ka'ba,
------The Invocation done when a person wakes up for Night Prayers,
------Invocation when going to bed,
------Seeking refuge in God before going to sleep,
------Invocation on waking up,
------Invocation done during prayer,
------Invocation done after prayer,
------Pre-dawn supplication,
------Formula for giving Salutations to the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace,
------Etiquette of Greeting our Master Abu Bakr al-Siddiq, may Allah be pleased with him,
------Etiquette of Greeting our Master Omar, may Allah be pleased with him,
------Other Invocations,
------The Invocation done upon returning home.

---About Habib Ali al-Jifri,
------Lineage,
------Educational background,
------Background.




Contains extensive footnotes from Qur'an and Ahadith,
**Does not contain Arabic text or supplications in Arabic.





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