If a person who is performing Umrah takes a break from saying the Talbiya and starts socializing and joking for some leisure?
There is no harm in that, but he can only say what is good (Khayr); however, thepriority should be staying busy with Duaa’ and the remembrance of Allah SWT (Thikr), […]
There is no harm in that especially if chanting aids in the continuation of Talbiyahthroughout the whole journey.
Talbiya is said individually as much as possible. If a person performing Umrahsaid the Talbiya in a congregation with his friends, then there is no harm in that sincethere is […]
If that is possible, then she should only raise her voice in the presence of hermaharim or when she is alone without the presence of other men. If she is […]
There is no harm in that, as affirmed by Ayesha- the mother of the believers (mayAllah be pleased with her), as it was related that Al-Qasem Bin Mohammad said: “Mua’wiya […]
Yes, as the prescribed acts are general and inclusive of everyone.
There is no harm in that, because the Prophet (ﷺ) heard those who weresaying the Talbiya differently than him and did not object. Nafi’ said: Ibn Omar was increasing his […]
“La Shareek Lak” (“You have no partners”) – means that there is no deity worthy of worship but You, and there is no one who partners with You except You. […]
In a hadith narrated by Jabir that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) vocalized thecommencement of Umrah with Talbiya emphasizing the Oneness of Allah (Tawheed): “Labbayka Allahuma Labbayk, Labbayka La Shareeka […]
It was narrated from Sahl bin Sa’d As-Sa’idi that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ)said: “There is no (pilgrim) who recites the Talbiyah but that which is to his right and […]
No, the entrance into the rituals is accomplished when the intention is vocalizedand Talbiya is commenced while in alignment with the Meeqat.
1. Doing Ghusl 2. It is preferred (mustahhab) to do the following acts of cleanliness: to shave pubichair, pluck or shave armpit hair, trim nails, and trim mustache (for men). […]