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  • The Prophet’s Hajj

    The Prophet ﷺ performed Hajjat al-Wida (The Farewell Pilgrimage), his first and only Hajj, in the year 10 AH (632 CE).

    The Prophet ﷺ performed Hajjat al-Wida (Arabic: حجة الوداع; "The Farewell Pilgrimage"), his first and only Hajj, in the year 10 AH (632 CE). Realising that it would be his last, he set forth a model for the ceremony which pilgrims of future...

    The Prophet ﷺ left Madinah on Friday the 24th  of Dhul Qadah and journeyed for eight days before arriving in Makkah, reaching the city on Saturday the 3rd of Dhul Hijjah.

    The Prophet ﷺ and his companions entered Makkah on Sunday the 4th of Dhul Hijjah before carrying out the rites of Umrah. After its completion, they moved to al-Abtah, situated to the east of Makkah, where they remained until the start of Hajj.

    Contents1 Yawm al-Tarwiyah – 8th of Dhul Hijjah2 Yawm al-Arafat- 9th of Dhul Hijjah2.1 The Farewell Sermon2.2 Dhuhr and Asr2.3 Wuquf At Jabal al-Rahmah2.4 Journey to Muzdalifah3 Muzdalifah3.1 Maghrib & Isha3.2 Concessions3.3 The Night3.4...

    Having completed the Hajj, the Prophet ﷺ left for Madinah on the morning of Wednesday the 14th of Dhul Hijjah. He stayed in Makkah, Mina, Arafat and Muzdalifah for a total of 10 days, having entered Makkah on Sunday the 4th of Dhul Hijjah.

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