Every Muslim aspires to take part in the incredible spiritual journey that is Hajj. There is a lot of details around attending Hajj and the rituals performed while in the holy city of Mecca and we have collated this here for your guidance. Although there are certain acts that must be followed, a very important part of Hajj is performing the journey with the best intentions.
Taking place annually, there is a lot of information surrounding Hajj including a number of important Hajj facts that all Muslims should familiarise themselves with before embarking on the pilgrimage. Our guide to Hajj facts will outline the key important details for our Brothers and Sisters to help them prepare and become acquainted with the journey of Hajj and it’s intricate and important rituals.
Whether you are a revert or simply have an interest, if you have ever wondered what Hajj is and why is it important, our guide is here to help.
The rituals and rites of Hajj are vast, and we hope the Hajj facts outlined above provide guidance for the most important things to remember when embarking on the pilgrimage. May your Hajj be accepted and may Allah (SWT) provide Muslims all over the world the opportunity to perform their Hajj. If you are planning your Hajj journey for the year ahead, may you travel safely and have a swift journey home.
If you can’t attend Hajj, you can still make Qurbani with Muslim Aid. View our appeal pages for more information about the global causes we support, including Qurbani, Zakat and supporting those in the Ummah who have the greatest needs.