How to Hajj
Are you planning to perform Hajj or Umrah in the near future? Are you a little worried about all the do and do nots of Hajj and Umrah? Or are you someone who has been to Hajj or Umrah before but needs a few reminders for the next pilgrimage?
(The above video is a clip from the course)
- Are you planning to perform Hajj or Umrah in the near future?
- Are you a little worried about all the do’s and don’ts of Hajj and Umrah?
- Or are you someone who has been to Hajj or Umrah before but needs a few reminders for the next pilgrimage?
If the answer to any of the above questions is yes then this course is for you.
Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and fardh upon every sane Muslim adult who has the ability to perform Hajj. For most of us, performing Hajj is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
“The importance of Hajj and the fact that we might only get one shot at it makes it even more crucial that we get Hajj right”.
And for that we need to prepare thoroughly in advance which is why Ebrahim College are running this course.
Learn all about the rules and practical ins and outs of performing Hajj and Umrah in a structured course. The course will cover every aspect of Hajj and Umrah equipping every student with the technical and practical knowledge to be able to deal with all of the various situations you will encounter when performing hajj.
Learn to avoid common pitfalls and find out ways in which you can maximise the use of your time whilst you are visiting the House of Allah SWT.
The teachers are experts on the theory of Hajj and Umrah as well as people who have undertaken the journey many times and therefore will be able to inform you of the many modern day issues that are likely to affect you when you make your journey and whilst you stay in Saudi Arabia.
You will also be given plenty of advice on clever ways in which you can make your hajj journey as hassle free as possible and avoid practical difficulties.
The course will cover the rules of Hajj, Umrah, and Ziyarah of Madinah and the grave of our beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW.
Virtues of Hajj
Obligation of Hajj
- For men and women
- Fard Rites in Hajj
- Wajib Acts in Hajj
Types of Ḥajj
- Ḥajj al-Qirān
- Ḥajj al-Tamattuʿ
- Ḥajj al-Ifrād
- The Mawaqit
- Entering Ihram
- Ihram for Women
- Forbidden acts during Ihram
- Permissible Deeds during Ihram
- Recommended during Ihram
Components of Hajj
- The Sai`y
- Going out to Mina
- Pelting Jamrat al-`Aqabah
- The Tawaf of Pouring Forth (Ifadah) or Visiting (Ziyarah)
- Stoning the Jamarat
- The Tawaf of Farewell (Wida`)
- Special regulations for women
Transgressions in pilgrimage
Transgressions of the Ihram
Ihsar (Prevention) and Fawat (Missing)
Hajj – The Spiritual Effects
Virtues of visiting the Sacred Mosque and Mausoleum
BONUS: Hajj Optimisation
Throughout the course, our teachers will be sharing their top tips to make your hajj a little easier and more rewarding.
After taking this course, students will have a good understanding of how to perform Hajj and be informed of how to to perform Hajj, relevant rules and things to avoid during the pilgrimage.
Students will also have a good understanding of how to maximise their hajj using the advice from course teachers.
Hafidh Mushfique Uddin
Hafidh Mushfique Uddin completed his hifdh at the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire. After completing his Hifdh he spent a number of years study numerous Islamic sciences at the institute in Dewsbury and then at Nottingham. Hafidh Mushfique Uddin has led small and large groups for umrah several times, with the famous ‘Mecca Twin Peak Challenge’. He further has over 15 years’ experience in further and higher education management having worked for both mainstream colleges and third sector organisations. He has also led the Ebrahim College team from its inception.
Shaykh Mujahid Ali
Shaykh Mujahid Ali came to England at a young age and was brought up in the North of England. During his teens he started his Islamic studies at the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire where he studied the Islamic sciences according to the Dars Nizami curriculum.
In 2002 he completed his hadith studies under Shaykhul Hadith Mufti Muslihuddin, Shaykh Yusuf Darwan, Shaykh Mufti Musa Badat and Shaykh Abul Qasim, from whom he received ijazah. He then travelled to Syria for further studies in Hadith under several mashayikh (scholars) such as Shaykh Mohammad Asa’d Saeed As-Sagarji Ad- Dimashqi, and also studied advanced Arabic at Ma’had al-Lugah a branch of Damascus University.
Since 2004 the Shaykh has been a teacher at Ebrahim College. Whilst teaching both these subjects he has compiled an anthology of Arabic literature as a literature textbook, and written a commentary on al-Muqaddamah al-Jazariyyah in tajweed, both of which will soon be published. He is currently the Head of Arabic Language at EC. The Shaykh also has ijaazah in al-Qira’aatal-Sab’ from the Institute of Islamic Education, Dewsbury. He is also one of the judges for the National Qira’at competition.