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#16280 - 26/10/2013 11:37 Re: Gode ​​dage [Re: somo]
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Hvad er der inde i Kabaen ?


Der er to søjler i den ( andre rapporterer 3 søjler )
Der er et bord på den side til at sætte emner som parfume
Der er to lanterne -type lamper hængende fra loftet
Den plads kan rumme omkring 50 personer
Der er ingen elektriske lys inde
Vægge og gulve er af marmor
Der er ingen vinduer inde
Der er kun én dør
Den øverste indvendige vægge af Kabaen blev dækket med en slags gardin med Kalima skrevet på det .


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Afrejsen fra Arafat

Snart efter solnedgang på Dag Arafat forlader pilgrimme for Muzdalifah stille og ærbødigt i overensstemmelse med råd af profeten , Salla Allah -u alaihe wa salam , der sagde , da han mærkede folk gå uden ro : " O folk Be quiet! , ilede er ikke et tegn på retfærdighed. " Bukhari . For at følge eksemplet af profeten , Salla Allah -u alaihe wa salam , er det bedst at holde recitere Talbeyah og priste Allah den største og nævne Allahs navn indtil tidspunktet for stening Jamrat Aqaba ( en sten søjle i Mina ) . I Muzdalifah udfører pilgrimmen Maghrib og Isha kombineret bønner , forkorte Isha bønnen til to rak'ah . Pilgrims overnatter i Muzdalifah at udføre Fajr bøn og vente, indtil lysstyrken af formiddagen er udbredt , før de forlader til Mina passerer gennem hellige Mash'ar dalen.

Kvinder og svage individer får lov til at fortsætte til Mina på ethvert tidspunkt efter midnat for at undgå tilskuerne.


Stening Jamrat Aqaba

Når pilgrimmene ankommer Mina, de går til Jamrat Aqaba , hvor de sten det med syv småsten forherliger Allah "Allah -u Akbar " i hvert kast og opfordrede ham til at acceptere deres Hajj . Tidspunktet for stening Jamrat Aqaba er efter solopgang . Profeten , Salla Allah -u alaihe wa salam , kastede småsten sent i morgen og tilladt svage mennesker til sten efter at have forladt Muzdalifah efter midnat. Størrelsen af ​​småsten bør ikke være mere end en bønne som beskrevet af profeten , Salla Allahu alaihe wa salam , der advarede mod overdrivelse. De småsten kan afhentes enten i Muzdalifah eller Mina .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBkubo9PKI8
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#16291 - 29/10/2013 10:20 Re: Gode ​​dage [Re: somo]
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Faktisk var det den største test , ofrer sin eneste barn, den ene er født til ham efter at han havde nået en gammel alder og længsel efter afkom. Her Abraham viste sin villighed til at ofre alle sine ejendele for Gud, og af denne grund, blev han udpeget en leder af hele menneskeheden, som Gud velsignede med en afkom af profeter.

Efter stening Jamrat Aqaba går pilgrimmen at slagte hans offer enten personligt eller gennem udnævnelsen af ​​en anden til at gøre det på hans vegne. En pilgrim bør slagtning enten et får, eller deler en ko eller en kamel med seks andre.


Barbering hovedet eller trimning af håret

Den endelige rite på den tiende dag efter tilbyder hans offer er at barbere en hoved eller skære noget af håret.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aIlh9YADz4
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#16316 - 02/11/2013 10:15 Re: Gode ​​dage [Re: somo]
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Tawaf Al- Ifadhah

Tawaf Al- Ifadhah er et grundlæggende ritual Hajj . Pilgrimmen gør Tawaf - AIIfadhah ved at besøge Al- Masjid AlHaraam og cirkling Kabaens syv gange og bede to rak'ah bag Maqam Ibrahim . Så pilgrim bør gøre Sa'i mellem Safa og Marwah . Efter Tawaf Al- Ifadhah staten Ihram er helt afsluttet , og alle restriktioner ophæves , herunder intime samkvem med sin ægtefælle .

Tawaf Al- Ifadhah kan forsinkes , indtil dage på Mina er overstået.


Retur til Mina

Pilgrimmen bør vende tilbage til Mina , og tilbringe der de dage Tashreeq (dvs. II th , 1 2th og 1 3th dag i Thul - Hijjah ) . l løbet hver dag, og efter Dhuhr bøn, | pilgrimmen Stones de tre stensøjler kaldt " Jamarat " : Den lille, mellemstore og Jamrat Aqaba og priste Allah "Allah -u Akbar " med hvert kast af de syv stenede småsten ved hver søjle. Disse småsten afhentes i Mina . A l Pilgrim kan efterlade Mina til Mekka den 13. Thul - Hijjah eller den 12. , hvis han ønsker det, er der ingen skylden på ham, hvis han vælger den senere, men han har til at forlade før solnedgang.


farvel Tawaf

Farvel Tawaf er den endelige ritual Hajj . Det er at gøre en anden Tawaf omkring Kabaen . Ibn Abbas sagde: " Folket blev beordret til at udføre Tawaf omkring Kabaen som den sidste ting , inden de forlader Makkah , undtagen menstruerende kvinder, der var undskyldt. " Bukhari .


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Det er et mirakel at se og meditation
Abraham , fred være med ham alene i ørkenen og kaldte ud tidspunkt opfylder opfordringen af millioner gennem århundreder uden afbrydelse


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aebi2atfqoE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4bRfd-wcUs


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mange mennesker
Ønsker du at vide Hajj
Hvad sker der?

Hvad er formålet med det?

Nysgerrighed og suspense
Det er et mirakel at se og meditation
Abraham , fred være med ham alene i ørkenen og kaldte ud tidspunkt opfylder opfordringen af millioner gennem århundreder uden afbrydelse

Allah den Almægtige gøre denne sag nemmere for pilgrimme

Og psykologiske følelser og tålmodighed på dette sted er forskelligt fra andre steder

Jeg beder den almægtige Gud , der giver dig mulighed for at udføre Hajj
Og oplevelsen af disse følelser
Og fyldt med tårer af ømhed
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#18544 - 30/09/2014 08:59 Re: Gode ​​dage [Re: somo]
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#19645 - 21/09/2015 10:43 Re: Gode ​​dage [Re: somo]
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Now


More than 2 million people surround me. We all have one common goal, one purpose for being here together. I do not stand out from anyone else. There are no signs of wealth or greatness upon me. No Rolex watch or Nike shoes to mark me as a rich person. I am one person alone, in a sea of humanity. I am black or white, yellow or brown, the colour of my skin is not important. I am from Europe or Asia or South America, my homeland is any corner of this wide earth. The people around me are young and old, male and female, rich and poor. We represent humankind in our diversity, yet we are united. We are unity in diversity.
I am at Hajj

Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam. Muslims declare that there is no god worthy of worship but Allah and that Muhammad is His messenger; they pray, they fast, they pay obligatory charity, and they go to Hajj. Hajj is a pilgrimage to the city of Makah in Saudi Arabia. At the mosque and in the surrounding area, Muslims perform prayers and rituals. Hajj is an obligatory act performed once in a lifetime by all mentally, physically, and financially able Muslims.

“And Hajj (pilgrimage to Makah) to the House (Kaba) is a duty that mankind owes to God, those who can afford the expenses (for one’s conveyance, provision and residence) ; and whoever disbelieves then God stands not in need of any of mankind, jinn and all that exists” (Quran 3:97)
Muslims from all over the world will gather to worship God. They arrive in Saudi Arabia, by plane, bus, car, etc. Some endure great hardship, others merely buy a first class ticket, but they come as equals. People make this journey prepared to stand at the House of God (or Kaba) and affirm their love for God and His religion of Islam.

“And proclaim to humankind the Hajj (pilgrimage). They will come to you on foot and on every lean camel, they will come from every deep and distant (wide) mountain highway (to perform Hajj)” (Quran 22:27)

The Hajj is several days of total devotion to the One God. Muslims come together to celebrate His praises, ask for His forgiveness and demonstrate unity for His sake alone.

Throughout the Muslim world, Hajj has come to symbolise unity. Although Muslims may be disunited due to many outside influences, such as money, politics, border disputes or other worldly concerns. Hajj is the great leveller. At Hajj, all Muslims are equal; nothing about the rituals they perform makes one person better than another.

More than 2 million Muslims stand in one place, wearing the same simple clothing, following the same rituals and saying the same words. They are united in their devotion to God. The black man stands next to the white man and they call on God with one voice. The king stands beside the pauper and they declare their submission to the will of God using the same words.

Muslims from every corner of the globe are united in their submission to the will of God. They cry out as if with one voice, “Here I am O God, here I am at your service, and You have no partner. Here I am. All praise, grace, and dominion belong to You. You have no partner”. This supplication is said repeatedly by the pilgrims. It is their answer to God’s call for the Muslims to perform Hajj.

These words are repeated with joy and reverence by all, regardless of status or class. Some people are so overcome with emotion that they weep, others feel elated and happier then they have ever felt before. Every person there feels that he is one person, alone among millions answering God’s call and God hears his supplication and sees his arrival. The pilgrims feel amazed that they are the guest of the most Merciful God. He or she attends this gathering by the invitation of God, not at the invitation of a government or an organisation, nor at the request of a family member or friend.

Hajj is performed because God has invited the believers to congregate together. Regardless of place of birth, nationality, ethnicity, gender, or status, all are welcome, and all are equal in the sight of God. The Muslims gather to meet one another and demonstrate to each other, and the world that they are united. Unity in diversity. They are united by their worship of One God.

“O humankind! We have created you from a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know one another. Verily, the most honourable of you with God is that (believer) who has At-Taqwa (piety, God consciousness). Verily, God is All-Knowing, All-Aware.” (Quran 39:13)

Islam is the religion of unity. Repeatedly throughout the Quran God reminds the believers that they must remain united and seek strength through unity. Hajj epitomises this unity. People from every race and colour come together in submission to the will of God. Muslims are one brotherhood and they come together with a sense of purpose and a desire for peace.

“The believers are nothing else but brothers (in Islam). So make reconciliation between your brothers, and fear God, that you may receive mercy.” (Quran 39:10)

“And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of God (this Quran), and be not divided among yourselves, and remember God’s Favour on you, for you were enemies one to another but He joined your hearts together, so that, by His Grace, you became brethren (in Islam), and you were on the brink of a pit of Fire, and He saved you from it. Thus God makes His Ayat (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.,) clear to you, that you may be guided.” (Quran 3:103)

Hajj is the largest annual gathering of Muslims; it is the largest gathering of people united by the peacefulness and serenity that is Islam. Anything that disturbs the peacefulness of Hajj is prohibited. No matter what is happening in the material world at Hajj, peace prevails.

Muslims gather together and their diversity is a wonder to behold. The old stand with the young, the rich stand with the poor, people of all colours and nationalities stand shoulder to shoulder in prayer, and perform rituals side by side. Prophet Muhammad, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, said, “In their love, kindness, and compassion for each other, the believers are like a human body.[1] Muslims at Hajj are one people, they are a soothing sea of humanity, gathered together to worship One God. Muslims turn their faces in one direction and submit to the will of God. They are united by their love of God, and united in their diversity.

Pilgrimage (Hajj) in Makkah with TheDeenShow
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHaXyakG0oo

An American In Mecca
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96l7VJkaYjc

22 Born American who converted to Islam and went to Hajj
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNZ1wLq65Og
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