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Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and Hajj

Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born around 570 CE in Makkah – the city where we now undertake Hajj.

Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and Hajj

Upon receiving the first revelation and sharing the message of Allah (SWT), Prophet Muhammad (SAW) faced ongoing persecution and was forced to flee Makkah for Madina in 622.

After many years in Madina, following the call from Allah (SWT) to undertake Hajj, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and his followers returned to Makkah in 629 CE:

“Call all people to the pilgrimage. They will come to you on foot and on every lean camel from every distant path”

Qur’an, 22:27

And so The Prophet (SAW) went back to the Ka’aba and removed the idols, declaring the Oneness of God:

"Say, the Truth has come and falsehood gone. Verily falsehood is bound to vanish"

Qur’an, 17:81

He however kept the Black Stone inside that was given to Prophet Ibrahim (AS) by the Angel Gabriel.

His Last Hajj

Ten years later, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) completed the first official Hajj. Realising this would be his last, he made this final pilgrimage in 632 CE and established the final steps of Hajj. Alhamdulillah!

On the 9th of the month of Dhul Hijjah, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) delivered his final sermon on Mount Arafah. He preached racial and gender equality and the importance of good deeds.

Shortly after, aged 62/63, he then returned to our Creator, Allah (SWT), his Message and the journey of Hajj established for generations to follow. SubhanAllah.

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