||Islamic Legal Rulings Related To Hajj And Umrah|
||al-Albaani, Ibn baaz, Salih Al-Fawzan, Uthaymin|
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ISLAMIC LEGAL RULINGS RELATED TO HAJJ AND UMRAH pdf
ISLAMIC LEGAL RULINGS RELATED TO HAJJ AND UMRAH
Husband does not allow me to go for Hajj
Question: I am a wealthy woman, and I suggested to my husband more than once about performing hajj, but without any reason, he continues to refuse to allow me to go for hajj. I do, however, have an adult brother who wants to perform hajj, so can I [travel to] perform hajj with him if my husband does not permit me, or should I abandon [the idea of going for] hajj and remain at home in obedience to my husband. Please provide us a legal ruling, and may Allaah reward you with good?
Response: Since the [performance] of the hajj is obligatory promptly once all its conditions are met, and since this woman has the financial and physical ability in addition to having a mahram [to accompany her], then it is obligatory upon her to hasten in performing the hajj; And it is not permissible for her husband to prevent her without any [legally acceptable] reason.
And in this case, it is permissible for her [to travel] to perform the hajj with her brother even if her husband has not consented. This is because [the hajj] is an individual obligation, just like the individual obligation of the prayer and the fast; So the Right of Allaah takes precedence, and this husband [of hers] who prevents his wife from performing the obligatory hajj has no right [to do so] without [any legally acceptable] justification.
And Allaah is the Expounder of all success, and He is the One who Guides to the Right Path.
Shaykh ‘Abdullaah ibn Jibreen
Made an oath to go for Hajj every year
Question: Before I had a job, I made an oath to Allaah that I would per form hajj every year. However, my circumstances have now changed. I have a job as a soldier, and my supervisor does riot permit me to go for hajj every year; I request [your] guidance – am I liable for [any] sin or not?
Response: If that which prevents you from sometimes going for hajj is a matter which is beyond your control, such that you are unable to over come it, then there is no sin upon you [in not going for hajj when the situation is as such]
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