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Various Types of Umrah and Hajj Prohibitions


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Hajj and Umrah are worship services performed by Muslims in the holy city of Makkah. In carrying out the entire procession of worship, of course, as religious people must obey the rules and also stay away from the prohibitions.

The Hajj procession is usually carried out longer, which is around 42 days, while for Umrah itself can be more flexible, it can be done for 9 days or 12 days depending on the travel agent chosen.

Of course, in undergoing the process of worship, the congregation is given several restrictions that should not be done when carrying out the Hajj and Umrah worship, especially after wearing the ihram cloth, curious what are the 10 prohibitions of Hajj and Umrah after ihram? Check out the explanation below, truFriends!

Types of Hajj and Umrah Restrictions

To understand the different types of Hajj and Umrah restrictions so that there is no confusion, here are three types of Hajj and Umrah restrictions.

These three prohibitions include: Prohibitions that invalidate Hajj and 'Umrah, prohibitions that do not invalidate Hajj and 'Umrah but incur a fine, and finally prohibitions that do not invalidate Hajj and 'Umrah but nullify its reward.

Prohibitions that invalidate Hajj and Umrah include: 

  • Deliberately leaving out the pillars of Hajj and Umrah.
  • Intercourse with husband/wife.

The prohibitions that do not invalidate Hajj and Umrah, but do require the payment of a fine, include: 

  • Wear clothes that are sewn for men.
  • Cutting or plucking hairs. 
  • Clipping nails.
  • Wearing fragrance. 
  • Killing game animals or harming them.

Activities that do not invalidate Hajj and 'Umrah, but nullify the reward of Hajj and 'Umrah include:

  • Make love.
  • Doing the ungodly.
  • Arguing.
  • Fighting.
  • Profanity.

Things Not to Do in Hajj and Umrah

The command for Muslims to perform Hajj or Umrah is found in the Quran Q.S Al-Baqarah verse 196 which reads: "Complete the Hajj and Umrah for the sake of Allah...".

Ihram is a pillar of Hajj and Umrah. When a person has entered ihram, he or she is ready to perform Hajj or Umrah.  There are basic rules regarding the ihram dress code for both male and female pilgrims. 

Male pilgrims are prohibited from wearing ordinary clothes (shirts and pants), wearing socks or shoes with heels, and wearing head coverings such as turbans or hats. Meanwhile, female pilgrims are prohibited from covering both palms and covering their faces with a veil.

So what are the prohibitions of Hajj and Umrah when in ihram? Here is a list of the prohibitions of Hajj and Umrah according to kemenag.go.id:

  • Wearing perfume, unless it was worn before the intention of Hajj or Umrah.
  • Clipping nails, shaving or cutting body hair.
  • Hunt or mistreat animals in any way, unless the animal is potentially harmful to them.
  • Eating the hunted.
  • Cutting wood - timber, uprooting plants and cutting trees. 
  • Marry, to marry or propose to a woman for marriage.
  • Having intercourse, or anything that arouses desire.
  • Insulting, arguing or uttering foul words.
  • Committing crimes and sins.
  • Wearing clothes dipped in perfume.

These are the 10 prohibitions of Hajj and Umrah after entering ihram that should not be done while in ihram. However, there are some exceptions to the other post-Ihrām prohibitions, such as wearing a watch, wearing a belt and carrying an umbrella.

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