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      What is the meaning of:
      Mabroor in the context of Hajj?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Niksik View Post
      What is the meaning of:
      Mabroor in the context of Hajj?

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      paak saaf = cleansed...gunaahoN se barii...devoid of all sins....maqbool...accepted by Allah...like mabroor Hajj = Hajj that Allah has accepted
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      So when you say Hajj Mabroor to someone, it means you are saying "May your Hajj be accepted by Allah?"
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      Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala has assigned a great reward for Hajj mabroor, as evidenced by the saying of the Messenger, sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam, “…There is no reward for Hajj Mabroor except Paradise.” (1)
      The meaning of birr (from which the word “mabroor” is derived) involves the following two:

      1. Good behaviour towards people, fulfilling ones duties towards others and giving them their rights. In the hadeeth, “Al Birr is good behaviour.” (3) In the Musnad, from Jabir, marfoo` naration states, “They said: 'What makes Hajj mabroor, O Rasulullah – sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam?' He said, 'Providing food to people and spreading (the greeting of) salam'.” (4)
      2. Doing much worship and the trait of taqwa, as opposed to sinfulness. Allah ta`ala says, “Do you order people towards al-birr (righteousness) while you forget (it) yourselves?” (2:44) Al-Qurtubi said, “Sayings mentioned in tafseer of this verse are close in meaning, that is, (birr is) performance of Hajj in which its rules are fulfilled and which is done in the most complete manner.”
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      Quote Originally Posted by Niksik View Post
      So when you say Hajj Mabroor to someone, it means you are saying "May your Hajj be accepted by Allah?"
      no...you can't tell if Allah has accepted the Hajj or NOT...we can only hope and wait for the day of judgement...we can wish too but Hajj Mabroor means any haj by any one which is accepted by Allah!

      there is a Hadees that near qayaamat, most Haji's Hajjs will NOT be accepted.

      there are so many variables for Hajj to be accepted. one must strive to fulfill as many of them as possible and leave the rest to Allah.
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      One of the biggest misconceptions is Jihad.

      Often it is rendered to mean Holy War.

      However its true meaning is Struggle, which can be as much an internal battle as one on any field against any foe.

      So therefore all Muslims will perform Jihad, it does not neccasarily mean they take a sword or gun to the enemy but it can also be something like curbing ones own bad traits and desires.
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