Hajj ProTips – 11 – Day 1 of Hajj

Hussain Kamani


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Salam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Today's Hajj pro tip relates to the first day of Hajj, eighth of the hijab. After further Salah on the eighth of the ledger, you will prepare yourself and enter into the state of a harem and head towards Mina. Now ideally you want to arrive in Mina before Lord salah and pray five soldiers their lower asset militia and the father of the ninth of the month, after that, you will move on to the next part of your your Hajj. Now during this day, what should you do? So there is nothing actually prescribed that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam did that we must do. However, this is a day to prepare yourself. You know, engage in a bother, teach

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yourself how to make dua make that trial blah, raise your hands and pray to Allah subhana wa Tada. Read what on this day. Pray the 100 Salah on this day. But always remember, you also want to get rested too, because the next days that are coming are going to be very difficult. This is also a very good day to cut back on your intake of food. Maybe start cutting down on how much you're eating because you don't want to use the washroom so much when you're during your day and Mina and the days that follow because the washroom situation could be a little complicated. So overall, this day is one that you want to rest yourself yet prepare yourself for the days that are coming ahead in

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particular, day number two, which is the most important day of your hedge. So that's today's hedge pro tip as usual practice and be sure to convey it on to others. Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh