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She goes for `Umra

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She goes for `Umra

Post by Ithar Ghada Faied on Tue Apr 27, 2010 5:50 pm

Just as Hajj is obligatory for the Muslim woman, so also is `Umra, if she is able to go - especially `Umra during Ramadan, the reward for which is equivalent to that for performing Hajj with the Prophet (PBUH). This is seen in the hadith narrated by Imam Bukhari from Ibn `Abbas (RAA) who said:

"When the Prophet (PBUH) came back from Hajj, he said to Umm Sinan al-Ansariyyah, `What stopped you from going to Hajj?' She said, `Abu so-and-so - meaning her husband - has two camels; he took one to go to Hajj, and we need the other to irrigate our land.' He said, `When Ramadan comes, go for `Umra, for `Umra in Ramadan is a Hajj.'" According to another report also narrated by Ibn `Abbas, the Prophet (PBUH) said: "For `Umra in Ramadan is equivalent to (performing) Hajj with me."75
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