|1||A non-Haji performing Haj-e-Badl||Mon 31 Aug 2015||
If a person hasn’t performed his Fardh Haj can he perform Hajj-e-Badl on behalf of a deceased person?
It is Makrooh to do so.
|2||Can a sick person appoint another to perform Haj on his behalf||Mon 31 Aug 2015||
Haj was Fardh on a particular person. He was ready to fulfil his obligation of Haj. However, before performing his Haj he was afflicted with illness. The doctors have said that it will be difficult for him to recover before 4 – 6 months. Can this person appoint another to perform Haj on his behalf?
|3||Performing Haj with Haraam funds||Mon 31 Aug 2015||
Khalid has unjustly taken possession of Zaid’s land. If Khalid performs Haj will his Haj be accepted or not?
The sin of unjustly usurping the land of another is a separate sin but the obligation of Haj will be discharged. This means that the person will not receive any reward for peforming Haj. However, if one performed Haj with Haraam wealth, it will not be accepted.
|4||Avoiding a menstrual cycle during Haj||Mon 31 Aug 2015||
If a woman undertakes a journey to perform her obligation of Haj, there is a possibility of her experiencing her menstrual cycle. Doctors have advised that she may utilise some medication to delay her menstrual cycle. Will it be permissible to use such medication?
|5||Kissing the Hajar-e-Aswad||Mon 31 Aug 2015||
One person states that kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad on the occasion of Haj is not Sunnah, Waajib or Fardh. It is not mentioned in the Quraan Sharif, Hadith Sharif, nor is there any narration in this regard from the Sahaaba, in fact kissing the Hajr-e-Aswad is an innovation.
|6||Dam-ash-Shukr slaughtered in a group||Wed 17 Oct 2018||