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And proclaim to the people the Hajj… November 10, 2008

Posted by Muhajirah in Audio and Media, Hajj, Imaan, Islam, Qur'an, Qur'an and Tafsir, Reflections, Umrah.
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And proclaim to the people the Hajj [pilgrimage]; they will come to you on foot and on every lean camel; they will come from every distant pass [Surah al-Hajj, 22:27]

Hajj Resources:


Hajj Coach: Site run by al-Maghrib’s Muhammad al-Shareef

IslamQA: Pilgrimage: IslamQA’s hajj section

Kalamullah: Hajj Resources: Download Hajj e-books and lectures

True and Good Words: How to Perform Hajj and Umrah: A number of useful resources to prepare you for Hajj

Islam House Hajj Resources: A mass of e-books and audios

If you have any more useful links please post them in the comments section insha’Allah.

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1. Mohammad Wasim - November 25, 2008

Zainul Abideen Barri urged the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques to introduce a system to prevent the use of mobile phones by pilgrims while performing tawaf (circumambulation). “The public must be educated so that they do not use cell phones while performing tawaf.”
http://www.arabnews.com/?page=1&section=0&article=112119&d=25&m=7&y=2008

AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR HUJJAJ-E-IKRAM
FOR USE OF MOBILE PHONE (CELLULAR) IN AL-HARAM AL-SHARIF’S

In the Name of Allah Most Beneficent and Most Merciful

LABBAIK ALLAH UMMA LABBAIK
LABBAIK LAA SHAREEKA LAKA LABBAIK INNAL HAMDA WAN-NI’MATA LAKA WAL MULK LAA SHAREEKA LAK

Respectable Hajj Pilgrims

As’Salâm Alaikum Wa’Rahmatullâhi Wa’Barakâtuh

By the grace of Almighty Allah you shall soon be traveling for performing Hajj. Surely you shall take care of the sacredness of Harmain Shareefain (Makkah Al Mukarama and Madina Al Munawara). In this regard we request you to remove Musical Ring Tones from your mobile (Cellular) phones before departure and during Hajj try to keep your mobile phones on Vibrators/Silent. By this you shall be avoiding any disturbance to your worship as well as to the worships of other pilgrims and furthermore the sacredness of Harmain Shareefain shall not be harmed. We hope that you shall put heed to this request and shall convey this message to other pilgrims as well. May Allah Subhanawatallah accept your Hajj. Ameen

Was’Salâm Alaikum

This message is available is given addressees:

English

Arabic

Urdu

http://muslimmedianetwork.com/mmn/?p=2076

http://footstepstohajj.wordpress.com/2008/10/23/cell-phones-at-hajj/

2. Umm Hibaat - November 27, 2008

Assalaamu Alaykum sis,

How are you doing? I’ve tagged you over on my blog. Please check it out. Maybe we can get to read more from you that way :)

3. M - December 8, 2008

Neat!

4. History of Al Andalus - March 16, 2009

As salaamu ‘aleykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu

Forgive me for a comment not related to the post. There is an excellent new blog dedicated to a book called: *An Incomplete History: The Muslims of Spain Post 1492 in a Global Context and its Relevance to Muslims Today*

http://historyofandalus.wordpress.com/

The situation of the Muslims living in the West today poses a striking similarity to the situation of the Muslims in Al- Andalus post 1492 (when the last Muslim ruler surrendered the last Muslim stronghold of Granada to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella). This marked the official end to Islamic rule in Al- Andalus. However, this did not mean all the Muslims left Al Andalus in one go.

Muslims lived in Andalus for at least two hundred years after the fall (1492). Their lives were not easy. In many cases they were forced to give up their identities, could not practice Islam in public, they were not allowed to speak Arabic (and therefore could not pray in congregation) or even give their children Muslim names! So what began as tolerance for the practice of Islam in Al- Andalus and allowing for their affairs to be judged under Shari’ah courts (Capitulations of Granada) slowly but surely led to the persecution of the Muslims of Al-Andalus until no trace of Muslims in Andalus were to be found.

5. Maisuleh I. - July 9, 2009

Assalamu’ Alaikum

Infact i strongly support on measures to be taken in educating pilgrims right from their various contries to delete all musical tones from their cell phones before even arriving to the Holy Land.

Was’ Salam Alaikum

6. brigitte van dijk - August 13, 2011

As salamu alaykum intersting to read about the situation of the muslms in the west are dcomparable to the muslims in Spain back then


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