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 Intention and Miqat

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PostSubject: Intention and Miqat   Intention and Miqat EmptySat Oct 17, 2009 6:18 pm

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Question No. 2:

Somebody comes for Umrah in the months of Hajj like ZulQaida, then he comes out from Makkah to Madinah and stays there till the time of Haj. Is it obligatory upon him to perform Tamattu or he has to choose any one of the three types of Haj? [/b][/color]


Answer No. 2:

There is no obligation upon him to perform Tamattu. He may put on Ihram for another Umrah if he wishes, and becomes Mutamatti, according to those scholars who are of the opinion are that the Tamattu ends by travelling. He would be Mutamatti by this new Umrah, and it would be obligatory upon him to sacrifice an animal, according to the opinion of all scholars, while he puts on Ihram for Umrah coming from Madinah and afterwards he performs the rites of Hajj, he would become Mutamatti. Otherwise, if he wishes, he may return from Madinah for Hajj only. There is a point of dispute among the scholars. In such case, whether he has to sacrifice an animal or not? The correct opinion is that he has to sacrifice an animal, as the travelling to Madinah does not break his Tamattu according to the most correct opinion .


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Question No. 3:

If some one passed the Miqat (specific station for putting on Ihram) uttering Talbiyah for Hajj or Umrah without condition and then he is detained on account of illness and the like, which stopped him from completing his rites, what should be do?



Answer No. 3:

Such a person is treated as "Muhsar" (detained). If he did not make condition and afterwards an accident took place which stopped him to proceed on with his rites, he should bear it and be patient if possible till the effects of the incident are over, then he should proceed on to complete his rites. If he could not do this, he is treated as "detained" according to the correct opinion. Allah says about detained person "but if you prevented from completing it, send an offering for sacrifice such as you may find (2:196).

According to the correct opinion the case of being ''Muhsar'' (detained) occurs by an enemy, and sometimes occurs by other than enemy. So he should sacrifice an animal, shave or cut some of his hair, then he takes off his Ihram. This is the verdict for Muhsar". He slaughters his sacrificial animal in the same place where he is detained, whether he is in Haram area or outside the Haram. The meat is to be distributed among the poor of that very place, though it was outside the Haram. If he does not find any poor people there, the meat should be carried to the poor inside the Haram area, or it should be carried to some other villages. After that he shaves or have a haircut and takes off Ihram. If he cannot sacrifice an animal, he has to fast ten days, then he shaves or have a haircut and takes off Ihram.


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Question No. 4:

A pilgrim has put on Ihram at the Miqat but he forgot to say "Talbiyah for Tamattu". Should he complete his rites as Mutamatti? What should be do if be takes off his Ihram, and puts on Ihram for Hajj from Makkah?



Answer. No. 4:

If he has made an intention for Umrah when he put on Ihram he forgot to say "Talbeyah" while he was intending for Umrah, he will be considered as one who uttered "Talbeyah". He has to perform Tawaf, Sa’ie, (hastening) cutting hair, then takes off Ihram. It is permissible for him to say "Talbeyah'' the way. If he did not say Talbeyah there is nothing on him, because the saying of Talbeyah is only a confirmed Sunnah. He makes Tawaf, Sa’ie (hastening) have a haircut and makes it Umrah. Because he had an intention for Umrah.

If he has made an intention for Hajj while putting on Ihram and the time is enough, it is preferable for him to change his pilgrimage into Umrah. After that he makes Tawaf, Sa’ie, haircut and then he takes off Ihram. Praise be to Allah, he will be considered as a Mutamatti.

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Question No. 5:

What is the rule in regard of the person performing Hajj behalf of his mother, but at the Miqat he Said Talbeyah for Hajj and forgot to mention his mother?



Answer No. 5

As long as his intention is to perform Hajj on behalf of his mother but he forgot to mention this, the Hajj will be for his mother, as the intention is stronger here. The Apostle of Allah (Blessing and peace of Allah be upon him) Said: "Actions are by intention".

So, if his only purpose was to perform Hajj on behalf of his mother or father, but he forgot to mention this at the time of putting on Ihram, the Hajj will be for the person intended for whether he is his father, or mother or anybody.
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