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 Home Page : Listing of Khutbahs on Hajj and 10 days of Dhil-Hijjah

The following is a list of the khutbahs on Hajj and 10 days of Dhil-Hijjah. If there is a particular khutbah you are looking for, then please use the detailed search page.

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Highlighting some Fallacies regarding Hajj by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) A call to learn and understand Islaam and its rulings. 2) There is no connection between Hajj and Aqeeqah (i.e., the sacrificial slaughter and ceremony for welcoming a newborn Muslim). 3) It is not prohibited to cut down tress other than those within the Haram area (Makkah, Madinah). 4) Kissing the black stone and overcrowding around it. 5) Circumambulation behind the station of Ibraaheem. 6) The two Rak’ahs of prayer after Tawaaf. 7) Stopping Tawaaf due to prayer, or for other reasons and then continuing. 8) The Ihraam of a menstruating woman or one who has puerperal bleeding.
The Virtues and Rulings of Hajj by 'Ali al-Huthaifie
Summary: 1) Worship is the exclusive right of Allaah 2) The virtues of worship 3) The merits of this Ummah 4) It is from the mercy of Allaah that He sent messengers and legislated different acts of worship 5) Hajj is one of the pillars (of Islaam) 6) The virtue of Hajj 7) Hajj is proof that Islaam is the true religion 8) Which is the perfect Hajj? 9) The pillars and obligatory aspects of Hajj 10) The virtue of the day of An-Nahr (sacrifice) 11) Recommended acts and etiquettes 12) The virtue of the ten days of Dhul- Hijjah 13) Fasting the day of ‘Arafah
Actions that nullify Ihraam by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1. The merit of fearing Allaah and glorifying His rituals. 2. Hajj and ‘Umrah are of the rites of Allaah and must be glorified. 3. Prohibitions of Ihraam (state of pilgrim while performing Hajj or ‘Umrah): i. Shaving or cutting hair (and its rulings). ii. Trimming the nails. iii. Wearing perfume. iv. Sexual intercourse (and related issues). v. Marriage. vi. Wearing gloves. vii. Wearing trousers or other tailored clothes for men. viii. Covering the head for men. 4. Women must cover their faces in front of strange, non-related men. 5. Issues related to Ihraam.
The Benefits of Hajj by Osaamah Khayyaat
Summary: 1) The greatness of the Hajj gathering 2) The benefits of Hajj 3) The objective of monotheism 4) Warning against not benefiting from Hajj
Hajj, 'Umrah & Prohibited acts in Ihraam by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) Description of Hajj (major pilgrimage) and the rituals of each day. 2) Glorifiying the commandments of Allaah. 3) Refraining from prohibitions that affect Hajj. 4) Prohibited acts during Ihraam (state of a pilgrim in which he performs Hajj or ‘Umrah)
Hajj and 'Umrah Described by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) In preparation of performing Hajj (major pilgrimage). 2) Warning against exaggeration, inadequacy and negligence (in rituals). 3) The obligation of maintaining Tahaarah (purity) and observing Salaah (prayers) and all other duties in Hajj. 4) Some rules of Salaah and Tahaarah while traveling. 5) The virtue of having good manners. 6) Etiquettes of Ihraam (state of pilgrim while performing Hajj or ‘Umrah) and the description of Tawaaf (circumambulation of the Ka’bah) and Sa’i (walking between Safa and Marwah). 7) Rites during and after Hajj.
Hajj: its Virtues and Benefits by Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid
Summary: 1) When Hajj was prescribed 2) The ruling on Hajj 3) Is it obligatory to perform Hajj straight away? 4) It is compulsory to perform Hajj at least once in a person’s lifetime 5) The virtues of Hajj 6) The benefits of Hajj 7) The spiritual effects of Hajj on a person
The Ritual of Hajj throughout Time by Sulaimaan al-'Oodah
Summary: 1) The story of Prophet Ibraaheem, peace be upon him, with his people and his migration to Palestine. 2) How Haajar came to be his wife and how he left her in the place where the Ka’bah was later erected. 3) The water of Zamzam gushing from the ground for the believing family (of Haajar and Ismaa’eel). 4) The early life of Ismaa’eel in Hijaaz (the valley of Makkah). 5) The completion of the building of the House of Allaah (the Ka’bah).
‘Arafaat and the Descent of Mercy by 'Aadil Baa Naa'imah
Summary: 1) The humiliation of Satan on the day of ‘Arafah. 2) The mercy of Allaah on the day of ‘Arafah. 3) The example of the Salaf on the day of ‘Arafah. 4) Virtues of the day of ‘Arafah. 5) Fasting on the day of ‘Arafah.
Virtues of the first Ten Days of Dhu’l Hijjah by Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid
Summary: 1) The purpose of creation. 2) Virtues of dhikr (the mentioning of Allaah’s names) in the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah. 3) Virtues of the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah. 4) Recommended deeds to be performed in the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah. 5) Matters that those who will offer a sacrificial animal must avoid. 6) Good deeds to perform during these days of Hajj: a. Fasting. b. Takbeer. c. Performing Hajj and ‘Umrah. d. Doing more good deeds in general. e. Offering a sacrificial animal. f. Sincere repentance.
Forbidden acts in Ihram by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) How to honour and glorify the rituals and sanctities of Allaah. 2) Hajj and ‘Umrah are from the rituals and sanctities of Allaah and how to glorify it. 3) Prohibitions of Ihraam.
The Virtues of the first Ten Days Of Dhu’l-Hijjah by 'Abdur-Rahmaan as-Sudais
Summary: 1) The first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah are the most virtuous days of the year. 2) Virtues of performing good deeds during these days and the necessity of utilising time. 3) Examples of good deeds: a. Salaah. b. Recitation of the Qur’aan. c. Fasting. d. Charity. e. Hajj. 4) Sacrificing Udh-hiyah, and the Sunnah regarding it.
Rushing to perform Hajj by Ikrimah Sabrie
Summary: 1) Muslims long to perform Hajj. 2) Hajj is a reminder of the Day of Resurrection. 3) The virtues of Hajj. 4) Encouraging early performance of Hajj, and warning against delaying Hajj. 5) The status of those unable to perform Hajj. 6) Addressing those who have already performed Hajj to give a chance to others. 7) An advice to learn the rulings of Hajj. 8) The Jewish rabbis seek leadership over Jerusalem. 9) The Israeli’s transgression in Jerusalem.
Hajj by Proxy by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The virtue of Hajj. 2) Hajj by proxy is allowed when incapable. 3) Dispraising those who proxy in Hajj though capable. 4) One who performs Hajj on behalf of others must maintain a sincere intention. 5) Hajj is an act of worship not a business. 6) The ruling on charging money to perform Hajj. 7) How to initiate Hajj on someone’s behalf.
Hajj: Its obligation and conditions by Muhammad bin Saalih al-'Uthaimeen
Summary: 1) The obligation of performing Hajj (pilgrimage), and warning against neglecting it. 2) Conditions of Hajj: i. Puberty. ii. Ability. 3) The virtue of Hajj and its reward. 4) Representing someone in Hajj, or performing it on their behalf, and the ruling on earning money doing that.
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