أسئلة و أجوبة

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WHAT IS HAJJ BADAL?

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Hajj Badal is when someone gets a compulsory Hajj performed on someone’s behalf by another person. Hajj Badal may be performed for another due to an ongoing illness for which there is no hope of a cure, or because of old age, or because the person has already passed away without completing the obligatory ‘Hajj.

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WHAT IS UMRAH BADAL?

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Umrah Badal (also known as Omra Badal, Badal Omra, etc.) is a voluntary act of ‘ibaadah (worship) with immense rewards. If completed in Ramadan, reward equals that of performing Hajj with the Prophet – pbuh. Umrah Badal can be completed (as often as the heart desires) on behalf of deceased or terminally ill Muslims.

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WHO PERFORMS IT?

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Qualified students of knowledge from Madinah University, Umm Al Qurra University in Makkah, or Daar Al Hadeeth in Makkah will be appointed to perform the hajj badal or umrah badal on your behalf.

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WHAT ARE THE CONDITIONS FOR ‘HAJJ BADAL TO BE ACCEPTED?

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There are conditions without which Hajj Badal might not be accepted:
‘Hajj Badal cannot be performed on behalf of a person if: a) the person is alive, healthy, and has the means to perform ‘Hajj, b) if the person is alive and does not meet the requirements of ‘Hajj (i.e. does not have financial means or sanity) c) the person completed his/her obligatory ‘hajj in their lifetime
The person appointed to perform Hajj Badal must be a sane Muslim and must have completed his/her own obligatory ‘Hajj prior.
Both the person requesting ‘Hajj Badal and the person performing ‘Hajj Badal must have pure intentions; they must do it for Allah alone and not seek any other gains from it.
While entering into Ihram, he should make intention on behalf of the person for whom he/she will perform Hajj Badal.
Hajj Badal must be performed by the appointed person only if he or she has been authorized to get it done by that person. In this case he/she can send someone else in his/her place.
The appointed person who performs Hajj Badal should perform the type of Hajj according to the desire of the person who sent them (Hajj Al-Tamattu, Hajj Al-Qiran).
The appointed person should not miss any imperative (Fard) part of the Hajj as no type of compensation can render Hajj Badal.

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WHAT ARE THE CONDITIONS FOR ‘UMRAH BADAL TO BE ACCEPTED?

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Umrah Badal must meet the following conditions for it to be accepted:
Both the person requesting ‘Hajj Badal and the person performing ‘Hajj Badal must have pure intentions; they must do it for Allah alone and not seek any other gains from it.
While entering into Ihram, he should make intention on behalf of the person for whom he/she will perform Umrah Badal.
Umrah Badal must be performed by the appointed person only if he or she has been authorized to get it done by that person. In this case he/she can send someone else in his/her place.