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Hajj sermon: Islam prohibits terrorism, violence and bloodshed

Hajj sermon: Islam prohibits terrorism, violence and bloodshed
July 30, 2020
MAKKAH (92 News) - In his Hajj sermon while addressing faithful at Arafat from Masjid-e-Nimra, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Suleiman Al-Manea has said that Islam is a religion of peace and prohibits terrorism, violence and bloodshed. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Suleiman Al-Manea, a member of the Council of Senior Scholars and Adviser at the Royal Court is delivering Hajj sermon from Nimra Mosque. "Islam is a religion of peace and there is only one Allah and Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (PBUH) is the last prophet," he said. He also urged the faithful to keep fearing Allah and adopt piety. "Prodding the path of Allah is the only way of emancipation," he added. “Islam forbids any excess against any Muslim or non-Muslim. We must fully comply the teachings of Sharia”, Sheikh Abdullah said, adding that Islam brought blessings for the mankind. Muslim world media should play role for unity of Muslim Ummah “Save yourselves from nationalism, ethnicity and grouping. Islam prohibits terrorism, violence and bloodshed,” the Sheikh said. He called upon media of the Muslim world to play role for the unity of Muslim Ummah. “The peace and tranquility of mind can only be found through the religion,” he said. Allah shower his blessing over the people who show patience," he added. The pilgrims after listening to Hajj sermon will offer Zohar and Asr prayers together and stay at Arafat till the call for Maghrib prayer. After the Wuquf-e-Arafat, the pilgrims would move towards Muzdalafa and there they would perform remaining two prayers, Maghrib and Isha, together. All Hajj pilgrims will stay whole night in Muzdalfa and continue worships for forgiveness and pleasing God, the almighty. They would perform Fajar prayer on morning of 10th Zil-Hajj in Muzdalfa and then return to Mina for following act of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S), Rami, stoning the big Satan. After stoning the Satan, Hajj pilgrims will shave off heads or trim hairs, to the prescribed level, and then would get off the Ahrams, Hajj cloths, at completion of Hajj rituals. Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Adha and sacrifice Halal animals of their choices every year, after completion of Hajj proceedings. The Saudi rulers have completed the arrangements to provide the best facilities to the pilgrims. Nearly 35,000 security staff will perform duties. Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam that must be performed at least once in lifetime by all Muslims capable of making the expensive and difficult journey.