Hajj season is upon us, and with hujjaaj leaving soon, I thought it would be an ideal time to finally revamp and complete the Hajj tips series I wanted to do last year. So, while Hajj Chronicles (blog series here | e-book here) is a set that described my own Hajj, the full story may… More Ready for Hajj series: Part 1 (Madinah)
No, this isn’t a scene from a movie. It’s a photo of a man walking through a street in Syria – which has been ripped apart by the conflict for far too long. May the tyranny end soon. Keep the people of Syria in your prayers.
Previous posts in this series: Parts 1 to 25 Rounding off one crazy night The 10th of Dhul Hijjah is the day of Eid al-Adha. But for those on Hajj, it’s nothing like the Eid we experience back home. There’s no Eid salaah, no special clothes, no feasting, and no visiting friends and family. Instead,… More Hajj Chronicles Part 26: Day 3 – Euphoria
Previous posts in this series: Parts 1 to 24 Marathon man For most of the walk from Arafah, I drank minimal water – since there were no toilets on the road (and my water was warm anyway). As I neared Muzdalifah, I started to feel a bit like a marathon runner. At the side of… More Hajj Chronicles Part 25: Not your average Saturday night
On behalf of myself and my family, I’d like to wish you and your loved ones Eid Mubarak – wherever you are in the world, and whichever day you celebrate(d) on. May this day be one of beautiful celebration, togetherness, and happiness – all within the boundaries of halaal, of course. And may the spiritual… More Your Eid gift: The Hajj Chronicles e-book