Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam and just like all other pillars; it has not only very practical implications and purposes, but a very practical history as well.
The Ritual Of Hajj Is Commemoration
Of The Lives Of Those Who Were True To Their Faith
And Were Thus Honored By Their Lord
Who Immortalized Their Struggle Till The End Of Times.
Hajj revolves around the life of Ibrahim AS, one of the five great Messengers of God. He rejected the custom of idol worshiping from a very young age and was the only worshiper of Allah SWT at a time on this earth
Ibrahim AS was later married to a lady named Sarah who left a legacy of faith and devotion to her husband and his mission of spreading the message of Allah to humanity.
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