Hajj (Pilgrimage)

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The fifth pillar of Islam is the Hajj (Makkah pilgrimage).

The pilgrimage rites are still carried out exactly as they were by Prophet Abraham (PBUH) and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) after them. According to the Quran, "And Hajj to the House (Kaaba) is a duty that mankind owes to God, those who can afford the expenses (for one's conveyance, provision, and residence); and whoever disbelieves then God stands not in need of any of mankind, jinn, and all that exists" (Quran 3:97).

Muslims share a common adoration for Allah. The black man and the white man are standing side by side, and they are both praising Allah. The king and the peasant make a declaration of surrender to Allah's will while standing side by side.

What does the running or swift walking of pilgrims seven times between the hills of Safaa and Marwah represent?

Which Islamic principle does the Hajj demonstrate?

How many times do Muslims have to perform Hajj in their lifetime?

What do Muslims recite during and throughout the Hajj?

What is the state of purity in which all pilgrims enter Makkah for Hajj called?

What is the name of the place where the pilgrims pelt stones on pillars representing the devil?

How many times do the Muslims circumambulate the Kaabah?

What is considered to be the most important part of the Hajj?

What is Hajj?

During which month is the Hajj performed?

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