On day one (10th Dhul Hijjah), while the rest of the world is enjoying Biryani [`Eid Al-Adha] with their family, we were busy making the long walk straight after Fajr from Muzdalifah to Mina (can take 45 mins – 1 hour with walking traffic).
Making the journey of hajj easier to Muslim pilgrims, Saudi officials have completed pedestrian routs from Mount Arafat to Mina, passing through Muzhalifah.
Seeking forgiveness from Allah, millions of Muslim pilgrims ascended Thursday, August 31, Mount `Arafat, east of the holy city of Makkah, in the climax of hajj after spending a night of meditation and introspection in the tent city of Mina.
The stay here has been a reminder that we often own far too many things and when you break it down, all our worldly possessions will be left behind! Such a humbling experience!
Should the pilgrim spend the whole night at Muzdalifah?
Hundreds of thousands of white-clad Muslim pilgrims from around the globe began moving on Wednesday, August 30, to Mina on the first leg of their journey of a lifetime,
Today, Dhul-Hijjah 8 (Wednesday, Aug 30, 2017), is the first day of Hajj rituals. This day is called Yawm at-Tarwiyah or the day of preparing water. An interesting reason for naming it so is explained by Sheikh Yasir Birjas in this video. On this day, Pilgrims stay in Mina in preparation for the great Day of …
As-Salamu alaykum. What are the mistakes that occur when going to Mina and staying there overnight?
Is spending the ninth of Dhul-Hijjah at `Arafah an essential part of Hajj?
Coming to life for less than a week annually, the city of Mina is ready to welcome over 2 million pilgrims – of whom about 1.8 million have come from across the world, a Saudi Gazette report says.