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Muslim fifth pillar
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Muslim Fifth pillar
Hajj is a Pilgrimage to Makkah. It is a duty to Allah for all Muslims to visit the Ka'bah in Makkah, to run between Mt Safa and Marwah, to stand before him on Mount Arafat, to stone pillars in Mina and to attend a festival these are all part of Hajj and I will explain about them. The Pilgrimage is the fifth pillar to Islam and the pilgrims have to try and complete each task. Hajj has to be completed on, between the 8th and 13th of the 12th month this is called Dhull-Hijjah. Umrah is when Pilgrims go to Makkah at any other time of the year except the Dhull-Hijjah this is known as the lesser Muslims.
Muslims prepare for Hajj by entering the state of Ihram. This is where pilgrims wash and get into a concentrating mood therefore focusing only on worship and Allah. They do this by performing Wudu the sacred wash and after that they dress in similar clothes, for the males they wear two white sheets and for the women they wear a white garment.
After this the pilgrims have to rush to the Masjid-al-Haram, which is
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