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The Pilgrimage

Pilgrimage is one of the five pillars upon which the structure of Islam is built on. Its steps are clearly mentioned in Quran and it must fulfill certain rites in particular places and times in order to be complete.

Tenth Step

Then turn to the right and say: "Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullah" (May the peace and mercy of Allah be upon you), and turn to the left and say the same .

Nineth Step-2

Praiseworthy, Glorious. O Allah, bestow Your blessings upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as You bestowed Your blessings upon Ibrahim and the family of Ibrahim; indeed, You are Praiseworthy, Glorious.”

Nineth Step-1

Allahuma sali ala Muhammad wa ala Aali Muhammad kama saliet ala Ibrahim wa ala Aali Ibrahim ennak hameed majeed, wa barik ala Muhammad wa ala Aali Muhammad kama barakta ala Ibrahim wa ala Aali Ibrahim ennak hameed majeed. Translation: "O Allah, bestow Your peace upon Muhammad and the family of Muhammad as You bestowed Your peace upon Ibrahim and the family of Ibrahim; indeed, You are

Eighth Step

While sitting , say Al-First Tashahhud, as follows: Attahiyatu Lillaahi wa’l-salawaatu wa’l-tayyibat. Asalaamu ‘alayka ayyuha’l-Nabiyu wa rahmatu Allahi wa barakatuh. Asalaamu ‘alaynaa wa ‘ala ‘ibaad-illaah issaliheen. Ash-hadu an laa ilaha illa Allah wa ash-hadu anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa rasooluh

Seventh Step

When you finish step 6, meaning you completed the second rak’aa (unit) after the second Sajdah you sit back on the left foot with the left foot bent towards the right , and the right foot upright with toes pointing forward . The palms should be lifted from the mat and placed on the knees .

Sixth Step

Then say, "Allahu Akbar" as you sit up. While sitting, say: "Rabbi ighfir lee, Rabbi ighfir lee." (My Lord, forgive me; my Lord, forgive me.) Then say: "Allahu Akbar" as you perform the second prostration. While prostrating, say: "Subhaana Rabbi al-A‘laa" (Glory is to my Lord, the Most High” three times And here we have finished the first unit (rak’aa)

Fifth Step

Then say: "Allahu Akbar" and prostrate on the ground. While in prostration, say, "Subhaana Rabbi al-A‘laa" (Glory be to my Lord, the Most High) three times, and supplicate Allah as you wish, in your own language.

Fourth Step

Then back to the standing position with raising your hands up to your shoulders or ears saying: "Sami'a Allahu liman hamidah" ( Allah hears whoever praises Him.) Then when you are standing upright, say, "Rabbanaa, wa laka al-hamd." (Our Lord, Praise be to You.)

Third Step

Then bow down and put your hands on your knees saying: " Subhaana Rabbi al Azeem" ( Glory be to my Lord,the majestic) ( 3 times)

Second Step

Then put your right hand on the left one, below your chest. Then recite Surat Al-Faatihah (in Arabic), the first chapter of the Qur’an. Then recite any other verses of the Qur’an, as is convenient for you, like Surat Al-Ikhlaas.

First Step

Raise your hands up to your shoulders, or your ears, and say: "Allahu Akbar." (Allah is the Most Great.)  


To bear witness that pertains to the rights of human beings is a collective duty. If anyone is needed to bear testimony in order to clarify the rights of the parties in a particular dispute, then it is the duty of that person to give testimony. Allah says: ‘Witnesses must not refuse when they are called in’ (2: 282). To Give testimony is a duty: Allah says: ‘You shall not withhold testimony, for he that withholds testimony is sinful at heart’ (2: 283).

Judging Disputes

Qadaa giving a ruling according to Islam and making it binding on people, so as to settle disputes and end quarrels The Muslim ruler must appoint judges as the needs of the community dictate, so that people’s rights are secured and injustice is removed. In the Qur’an Allah says: ‘David! We have made you a vicegerent on earth: judge, then, between people with justice, and do not follow vain desire, lest it leads you astray from the path of Allah’ (38: 26).

Permissible and prohibited hunting

It is forbidden to do any hunting in the Sacred Precincts around the Ka’bah, which is known as the Haram area. The prohibition applies to everyone, whether they are in the state of consecration or not.It is forbidden for anyone who is in the state of consecration (ihram) to hunt or to help anyone in hunting, whether by action or pointing it out or in any other way.