Why Do Muslims Go to Mecca during Hajj? Read This!

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Why Do Muslims Go to Mecca during Hajj? ~ Hi all readers! Are you looking for an answer to the question “why do Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj?”. If your answer is “yes”, then you are reading the right article. Why? Because that is what I will explain in this article. That is one of the important questions about Hajj. As Muslims, we must understand that. So, you should read it to the end!

Specifically, there are three important points about “why do Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj?” which I will explain in this article. The three important things I mean are as follows:

  1. Hajj and Mecca in Islamic Law About Hajj.
  2. Reasons Why Muslims Go to Mecca During Hajj.
  3. Hajj Not in Mecca: Is It Permissible?

Hajj and Mecca in Islamic Law About Hajj

The first important point about “why do Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj?” What I will explain now is the correlation between Hajj and Mecca. I want you to understand that before you read any more explanations in this article. In addition, I want you to have a good understanding of the focus of our current discussion.

By the way, have you read the articles about the literal meaning of Hajj in the previous articles? If you haven’t read it, then you should read it. Why? The answer is because I have explained the correlation between Hajj and Mecca in general in the article.

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Pilgrimage to Mecca: Hajj and Umrah

Briefly, I would like to explain that Hajj must be performed in Mecca. It is done because Hajj is going to certain places. Some of the places I mean are the Kaaba and Arafah. These two places are in Mecca. So, the correlation is Hajj and Mecca is the correlation between obligations and places to perform obligations.

Reasons Why Muslims Go to Mecca During Hajj

The second important point about “why do Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj?” what I will explain now is the reason why Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj. There are two specific reasons that we must understand.

The two specific reasons why Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj I am mean are as follows:

One: Hajj is an obligation for Muslims who are able to do it.

Two: Hajj is an obligation that requires Muslims who perform it to go to some places that are only in Mecca. The two places I am referring to are the Kaaba and Arafah.

Those are two specific reasons why Muslims go to Mecca during Hajj. You have to remember all of that.

Hajj Not in Mecca: Is It Permissible?

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