Hajj Resources

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And proclaim among men the Pilgrimage: they will come to you on foot and on every lean camel, coming from every remote path. That they may witness advantages for them and mention the name of Allah during stated days over what He has given them of the cattle quadrupeds, then eat of them and feed the distressed one, the needy.

Sura al-Hajj, 22:27-28

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ALI-411A: Preparations for Hajj

  • Instructor: Sh. Hasanayn Kassamali

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ALI-411B: Hajj Rules for Ladies

  • Instructor: Sr. Tahera Kassamali

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General Resources

Videos on Hajj

  1. CNN Hajj coverage (available on astrolabe.com)
    The Hajj: A Journey of Faith puts the Hajj rituals into context and looks at the pilgrims from over 100 nations who come to Makkah. It includes a perspective of the Hajj from some U.S. Muslims.
  2. The Hajj: One American’s Pilgrimage to Mecca (available on astrolabe.com)
    This video is a stunning filming of Hajj. Writer Michael Wolfe documents his trip to Islam’s holiest shrine for ABC News Nightline. Wolfe takes viewers step-by-step through the spiritual side of the pilgrimage, explaining the origins and meanings of the various rituals, and speaks live from the Kab’a, the Great Mosque of Mecca, with ABC News’ Ted Koppel.
  3. Hajj – from National Geographic

Children's Corner

Children's Books

  • Hajj by Saniyasnain Khan Goodword Publications, New Delhi, 2000
    An illustrated encyclopedia on Hajj. The book contains good information for children on the importance of Hajj and its rituals.
  • Three Muslim Festivals, by Ibrahim Ali Aminah and A. Ghazi (Eds.) Iqra International.
    A collection of stories about the three main celebrations in Islam: Ramadan, Eid al-Fitr, and Eid al-Adha (following Hajj). Told through the eyes of children and illustrated with lovely watercolors.
  • Zaahir and Jamel the camel – Hajj by Amatullah al Marwani, Goodword Publications, New Delhi, 2004.
    A rhyming reader based on story of a young Muslim boy who goes for Hajj.
  • The Builder of the Kabah by Saniyasnain Khan, Goodword Publications, New Delhi, 2002.
    The story of how Prophet Ibrahim(a) built the Kabah.
  • Hajj Adventures of Jamila and Fasfoose by Ediba Kezziez. American Trust Publications.
    Jamila invites Fasoose mouse to go with the family for Hajj, a once in a lifetime trip to Makkah. An interesting story with may lessons to learn.