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B5 ELITE PLUS PROGRAM MADINAH FIRST EXPRESS – HAJJ 2019

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Double Room (2 people)

Max Guests:
2

August 4, 2019 – August 16/17, 2019

Travel Itinerary

  • Round trip Airfare New York/Madinah/Jeddah/New York
  • Travel from other gateways is available, additional charges will apply

Program Itinerary: 12 DAYS

  • 4 nights at Dallah Taibah Hotel – Madinah (Located at Haram boundary)
    • August 5-9
  • 7 nights at the Swissotel Makkah Hotel– Makkah
  • Access to your room during the Manasik (Total 8 nights in Hotel)
    • August 19-16
  • 4 Nights of Manasik: August 9-12
    • 1 Night: Tarwiya Day spent in Mina in Aleman camp in front of Jamarat
    • 1 Night: Arafat/ Muzdalifa
    • 2 Nights: Stay in Aleman Mina camp in front of Jamarat
  • Back to the Swissotel Makkah for 3 nights (Makkah) August 13-16 (Located at Haram boundary)
  • Depart to home – August 16/17

Package Meal Plans

Hotels in Madinah and Makkah:

  • Open buffet Breakfast and Dinner will be served daily

Mena and Arafat

  • Mena – Open buffet Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner will be served daily.
  • Arafat- Open buffet Breakfast and Lunch. Dinner box will be provided for Muzdalifa.

Transportation

  • Transportations in the Manasik between Mena, Arafat and Muzdalifa will be by the Train which reduces the traveling time to 13 minutes.
  • Transportation between Makkah and Madinah will be in Aleman luxury Air-Conditioned buses.
  • Mazarat (sightseeing) to historic sites in Madinah.

Hajj Package Prices

Quad Room (4 people): $11,300.00/person

Triple Room (3 people): $12,300.00/person

Double Room (2 people): $13,000.00/person

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Triple Room (3 people)

Max Guests:
3

August 4, 2019 – August 16/17, 2019

Travel Itinerary

  • Round trip Airfare New York/Madinah/Jeddah/New York
  • Travel from other gateways is available, additional charges will apply

Program Itinerary: 12 DAYS

  • 4 nights at Dallah Taibah Hotel – Madinah (Located at Haram boundary)
    • August 5-9
  • 7 nights at the Swissotel Makkah Hotel– Makkah
  • Access to your room during the Manasik (Total 8 nights in Hotel)
    • August 19-16
  • 4 Nights of Manasik: August 9-12
    • 1 Night: Tarwiya Day spent in Mina in Aleman camp in front of Jamarat
    • 1 Night: Arafat/ Muzdalifa
    • 2 Nights: Stay in Aleman Mina camp in front of Jamarat
  • Back to the Swissotel Makkah for 3 nights (Makkah) August 13-16 (Located at Haram boundary)
  • Depart to home – August 16/17

Package Meal Plans

Hotels in Madinah and Makkah:

  • Open buffet Breakfast and Dinner will be served daily

Mena and Arafat

  • Mena – Open buffet Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner will be served daily.
  • Arafat- Open buffet Breakfast and Lunch. Dinner box will be provided for Muzdalifa.

Transportation

  • Transportations in the Manasik between Mena, Arafat and Muzdalifa will be by the Train which reduces the traveling time to 13 minutes.
  • Transportation between Makkah and Madinah will be in Aleman luxury Air-Conditioned buses.
  • Mazarat (sightseeing) to historic sites in Madinah.

Hajj Package Prices

Quad Room (4 people): $11,300.00/person

Triple Room (3 people): $12,300.00/person

 

Quad Room (4 people)

Max Guests:
4

August 4, 2019 – August 16/17, 2019

Travel Itinerary

  • Round trip Airfare New York/Madinah/Jeddah/New York
  • Travel from other gateways is available, additional charges will apply

Program Itinerary: 12 DAYS

  • 4 nights at Dallah Taibah Hotel – Madinah (Located at Haram boundary)
    • August 5-9
  • 7 nights at the Swissotel Makkah Hotel– Makkah
  • Access to your room during the Manasik (Total 8 nights in Hotel)
    • August 19-16
  • 4 Nights of Manasik: August 9-12
    • 1 Night: Tarwiya Day spent in Mina in Aleman camp in front of Jamarat
    • 1 Night: Arafat/ Muzdalifa
    • 2 Nights: Stay in Aleman Mina camp in front of Jamarat
  • Back to the Swissotel Makkah for 3 nights (Makkah) August 13-16 (Located at Haram boundary)
  • Depart to home – August 16/17

Package Meal Plans

Hotels in Madinah and Makkah:

  • Open buffet Breakfast and Dinner will be served daily

Mena and Arafat

  • Mena – Open buffet Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner will be served daily.
  • Arafat- Open buffet Breakfast and Lunch. Dinner box will be provided for Muzdalifa.

Transportation

  • Transportations in the Manasik between Mena, Arafat and Muzdalifa will be by the Train which reduces the traveling time to 13 minutes.
  • Transportation between Makkah and Madinah will be in Aleman luxury Air-Conditioned buses.
  • Mazarat (sightseeing) to historic sites in Madinah.

Hajj Package Prices

Quad Room (4 people): $11,300.00/person

Triple Room (3 people): $12,300.00/person

Double Room (2 people): $13,000.00/person

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Madina
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17 nights
August 4, 2019 – August 17/18, 2019

B5 ELITE PLUS PROGRAM MADINAH FIRST EXPRESS – HAJJ 2019

Hajj and Umrah Trips offers B5 Elite Plus Program Madinah First Express – Hajj 2019 package for the sole purpose of performing Hajj for the Muslims in the USA. We provide Quad, Triple, and Double Rooms with best rates including all quality services that we promise to deliver to our customer in their journey of performing Hajj. Performing Hajj is a sensitive matter and should be performed without any mistake. Do not worry! Hajj and Umrah Trips advisor will guide you completely and the whole process. Moreover, there are other Hajj Packages that Hajj and Umrah Trips are offering and these are such as A1 Program Makkah First – Hajj 2019B1 Deluxe Program, B2 Madinah First – Hajj 2019, B3 Super Deluxe Program Madinah First Express – Hajj 2019, and B4 Madinah Express Double only- Hajj 2019. All Hajj Packages are affordable with best rates and rest of the details of B3 Super Deluxe Program B5 Elite Plus Program Madinah First Express – Hajj 2019 are mentioned below.

 

Travel Itinerary

☛ Round trip Airfare New York/Madinah/Jeddah/New York
☛ Travel from other gateways is available, additional charges will apply

 

Program Itinerary: 12 DAYS

☛ 4 Nights at Dallah Taibah Hotel – Madinah (Located at Haram boundary)
⚬ August 7-12
☛ 7 Nights at the Swissotel Hotel (5 Stars) Makkah (Located at Haram boundary)
⚬ August 12-19
☛ 5 nights of Manasik: (August 19/8th Zul Hijjah- September 24/13 Zul Hijjah)
⚬ 1 Night: Tarwiya Day spent in Mina in Hajj and Umrah Trips camp in front of Jamarat
⚬ 1 Night: Arafat/ Muzdalfa
⚬ 3 Nights: Stay in Hajj and Umrah Trips Mina camp
☛ Departure to Jeddah – August 24 (13th Zul Hijjah)-Last day of Manasik
☛ Stay in Jeddah for 1 or 2 night in a 5 Star hotel (Subject to departure schedule)
☛ Departure for home – August 26/27

 

Package Meal Plans

Meal at Hotel in Madinah, Makkah, & Jeddah
☛ Open buffet breakfast and dinner in Medina, Makkah, and Jeddah hotels daily

 

Meal at Mena and Arafat

☛ Mena – Open Buffet Breakfast, lunch, and Dinner will be served daily
☛ Arafat – Breakfast in Box and Lunch open buffed. Dinner box provided for Muzdalifa.

 

Transportation:

☛ Transportations in the Manasik between Mena, Arafat and Muzdalifa will be by the Train which reduces the traveling time to 13 minutes.
☛ Transportation between Makkah and Madinah will be in Hajj and Umrah Trips luxury Air-Conditioned buses.
☛ Mazarat (sightseeing) to historic sites in Madinah.

 

Hajj Package Prices
Quad Room (4 people): $11,300/person
Triple Room (3 people): $12,300/person
Double Room (2 people): $13,000/person

 

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Nouman Ali

Jul, 21, 2018

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We could not decide about the travel agency so we checked the reviews and Hajj and Umrah Trips reviews were excellent. Me and my friends all decided to go with them. And we returned safely back to our homes with not a single regret on our choice. They are fantastic and love their services.

Frequently Asked Questions

If any person has the intention of staying in Makkah for 15 days or more excluding his stay in Mina, Arafat and Muzdhalifa then he won't do Qasr otherwise he has to do Qasr if he is staying in Makkah for less than 15 days.

Firstly, Tawaf Ziyara cannot be done before the tenth, under any reason or justification. In the event of an extreme rush, it can be delayed after the tenth.

Firstly, we wish that Allah makes your trip a blessed one and accept your prayers and worship, Ameen. Men have two options as they perform Hajj or Umrah; either they can shave their head (which is called Halq) or they can trim their hair (which is called Qasr). The Prophet prayed for those who shaved their head and those who trim it, so both are permissible (Sunan Tirmidhi, Book of Hajj, Hadith No. 837). It is better to perform Qasr each and every time, and then shave it the last time you perform the Umrah. Do not symbolically snip a few hairs from each side as Qasr. Instead, perform the Qasr at a barber and ensure he does cut an equal amount all over the head.

When a person performs Hajj or Umrah, there are certain ports outside Makkah from where the person must ensure he or she is in a state of Ihram. These ports are called Miqaat, precisely. The following are the names and locations of the Mawaaqits:

  • Zul-Hulaifah; this is for those coming from the direction of Madinah Sharif.
  • Yalamlam; this is for those coming from the direction of Yemen, India, and Pakistan.
  • Juhfah; this is for those coming from the direction of Egypt, North Africa, and Europe.
  • Qaran ul-Manazil; this is for those coming from the direction of Najd.
  • Zaat Irq; this is for those coming from the direction of Iraq.
As you rightly pointed out, The people already in Makkah, go to the outskirts of Makkah to Masjid Aisha where they wear the Ihram.

If the children have definitely reached the age of puberty and they perform the Hajj under the guardianship of their parents, then this will count as the compulsory Hajj. When the children are older, they are encouraged to visit the House of Allah again and again, but they will not be doing so with the intention of fulfilling the obligation of Hajj; that has already been done.

Fasting on the 13th Zul-Hijjah is not valid because it falls on the days of Tashriq. As for the Qurbani, our religion has prescribed three days for this, the 10th, 11th and 12th.

When a person is performing the Hajj, then there are certain restrictions placed on what the person in the state of Ihram can and cannot do. During this state, the person cannot cut nails and cannot trim his hair. The Haji is released from the state of Ihram when the Qurbani is done, either by himself or by the appointed representative. Note - This is particular to those performing Hajj. Such restrictions are not placed on those performing the Qurbani as part of the requirement of Eid al-Adha.

as this will cover his feet?"] No Salah is permitted after Fajr and before sunrise, regardless of whether it is a Nafal, Sunnah, Witr or Wajib. The best option thus is to:

  • perform the Nafal before the two Fards of Fajr
  • delay the Nafal until after sunrise, and then proceed to Sa'y
  • he can delay the Nafal after the Sa'y if he has a valid reason, but this is not desirable. As much as possible, one should perform Hajj in the same way the Prophet did and he performed the Nafal of Tawaf after the Tawaf.

This is not true. Minor sins can be removed through lesser acts too (Wudhu, for example) and if Hajj did only remove minor sins, then there would be no reason to highlight its great significance and reward. Minor sins are removed from the Muslim by any means. Imam Nawawi records a Hadith in Riyadh al-Salihin, that Abu Huraira (may Allah be pleased with him) reports that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, 'The five daily prayers and Friday prayer to the next Friday prayer and the keeping of fasts from one Ramadhan to the next atone all minor sins during this period so long as major sins are avoided.' (Sahih Muslim) In the commentary of the famous Hadith 'Whoever performs Hajj for the sake of Allah…returns home like the day his mother gave birth to him' Ibn Hajar Asqalani writes in Fath al-Bari, that, 'In other words, he returns home without any sin. And the apparent meaning of the Hadith is that it includes the minor and major sins.'So Hajj, when performed properly and sincerely for Allah, removes all sins.

It is difficult to answer this question as you have not clarified what type of cousin it is. Hence, I will list the ties which a person cannot marry, As clarified by Imam al-Quduri, the classical Hanafi scholar; A Muslim woman cannot marry the following:
  • Son (son's son, daughter's son, husband's son by another woman)
  • Father (Father's father, mother's father)
  • Brother real or step (in having same father or mother)
  • Brother's son
  • Sister's son
  • Father's brother
  • Mother's brother
  • Foster son (through breastfeeding only)
  • Foster brother (through breastfeeding only)
  • Son-in-law
  • Stepfather
  • Husband
  • Father-in-law

If the sister in question has been formally adopted, then she is a Mehram, and thus she is suitable as a partner for Umrah. Please note that it will be worthwhile taking official documents to Saudi Arabia to prove she is your adopted sister in case of any problems.

Adopted sons will not be considered as Mahram if he has not been breastfed by the adopting mother.

The scholars say this it is permissible when there is no long-term harm to the body in doing so. Otherwise, it is forbidden.

In the state of Ihram, the man should leave his feet uncovered so that the bones on the upper part of the feet are left exposed. He should not wear sandals that cover the upper part. Using a sleeping bag is merely a means of keeping oneself warm; it is not a part of clothing as such. Therefore he can use it in extreme weather. The head and face of a man should be left exposed at all times during in the state of Ihram.

If performing Hajj Tamatu', our package is proposing to travel from Madinah to Makkah to do Umrah on the 7th ZH. I will be in ihram for this. They are then taking us by coach to Mina on the same night. If in Ihram for the Umrah, you can do ghusl on arrival in Mina and then change/do Niat for my Hajj Ihram there after midnight. All the books I have read are assuming that the Hajj ihram / niat is done in Makkah before traveling to Mina on the morning of 8th ZH. What are the rules? When performing Hajj Tamatu' the Ihram is worn in Makkah, before the departure to Mina. In your situation, you have two choices:

  • If you want to perform Hajj Tamattu, then after the Umrah, trim your hair, have a bath, put on the Ihram and make Niyyah for Hajj. Do not make the intention in Mina but in Makkah.
  • Because you are reaching Makkah relatively late, you may want to consult your tour operator and find out if a Hajj Qiran can be done. This is where the Umrah and Hajj are performed with one Ihram. This is more rewarding than performing Hajj Tamattu. After performing the Umrah you can still have a bath but you will still be considered in a state of Ihram.

Once the parents are married legally, then the step-children will have the same rulings as conventional children. In other words, they will be considered as normal brothers and sisters in Shariah. Therefore, they are classified as Mahrams.

In a Hadith recorded by Imam Bukhari in his Sahih (Book of Hajj, Chapter, what has been mentioned about Zamzam, Hadith no. 1529), it is mentioned that the Prophet was offered Zam Zam water, and he drank it standing up. In accordance with this practice, we too stand when we drink Zam Zam water. Ordinary water and drinks should be consumed whilst sitting. Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) reports that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) forbade from drinking whilst standing (Sahih Muslim, Book of Drinks, Chapter; the disliked nature of drinking whilst standing, Hadith no. 3772).

In essence, the stay in Arafat constitutes the most important part of the Hajj. If a person misses this pillar, his Hajj is not valid. However, if your brother is mentally ill, then it may mean that Hajj was not obligatory upon him. In Islam, worships are to be performed by those who are categorized as 'Mukallaf', meaning responsible. Usually, the immature and the mentally ill fall outside this category. I think more detail will be useful about your brother to determine whether he would be deemed as religiously exempt.

The words that we read are called Takbir al-Tashriq and it is as follows: 'Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar, La Ila ha Illallahu wa Allahu Akbar. Allahu Akbar wa Lilahil Hamd'. This means 'God is great, God is great, there is no God but Allah and God is Great. God is great and for Him is all praise'. To pray this once after a congregational Fard prayer is Wajib (compulsory) (some opinions say to read it three times is Wajib) for the Imam and those who read prayer behind him. The Takbirs are first to read after Fajr prayer on the Day of Arafat and they are read after each prayer until Asr prayer on the last day of Tashriq. It is preferable that this Takbir is read immediately after the Salam of the prayer.

To read the combined prayers of Maghrib and Isha in Muzdalifah during the Hajj, you need to offer the prayers in the following order.
  • Pray 3 Rakaats Farz of Maghrib salah
  • Pray 4 Rakaats Farz of Isha salah (Note this will be 2 Rakaats Farz for travelers)
  • Pray 2 Rakaats Sunnat of Maghrib salah
  • Pray 2 Rakaats Sunnat of Isha salah
  • Pray 3 Rakaats Witr of Isha salah
  • Pray any remaining nafils

If for some reason, beyond your control, you cannot perform the stoning of the pillars on any day, you must pay Dam.

The stone that did not hit the target, you will have to repeat that throw again. If the stone hits someone else accidentally, there is no penalty.

If you are doing Hajj-e-Tamatu, you can put on Ihram in Makkah. You do not need to go outside Meeqat and then travel back.

A wife's consent is not necessary for a husband to perform Hajj, however its his responsibility to organize full maintenance expenses for the wife and children whilst he is away. Failure to do so will not invalidate the Hajj. But it will be a violation of Shariah laws and a sin. A married woman going for her Fardh Hajj should essentially be allowed by the husband to do so. He has no right to stop her. If a husband does not allow her to go, then she will go without his consent and perform this obligatory Hajj.

If a person can afford Hajj and has an unmarried mature daughter(s), the priority will be performing the Hajj first, then the marriage of his/her daughter(s).

In Arafat, if you are reading in your own tent, the Zuhr and Asr prayers should be said at their own times and not combined. Also, if you have not stayed in Makkah for more than fourteen days before leaving for Mina/Arafat, then you will be a traveler (Musafir) and you will be offering Qasr Salah at the time of Zuhr and Asr.

It is Wajib to perform the following three things in sequence:
  • Stoning of the first pillar on 10th Zul-Hijjah
  • Qurbani
  • Cutting the hair
Non-compliance of this sequence will necessitate Dam. However, if Qurbani is delayed, stoning of the three pillars on 11th and 12th Zul-Hijjah will not be affected. You will remain in Ihram until the Qurbani has been done

The falling out of hair which occurs naturally does not void the state of Ihraam. It is only if hair is pulled out or plucked deliberately, that will void the Ihraam. Only then is the payment of Dam necessary. If the shedding of hair is excessive, then it is good practice to give some Sadaqah. According to some of the scholars, for every three hairs, a Sadaqah equal to the amount of Fitrah is advisable.

Adopted sons will not be considered as Mahram if he has not been breastfed by the adopting mother.

Imam Abu Hanifah (RA) has a very strong opinion on the issue of women traveling without Mahram. Therefore, in Hanafi Mazhab a woman should not travel alone or with a group of women or with a person who is not Mahram. However, according to Imam Shafeyee, women are allowed to travel in groups for the sake of the importance of Hajj. Perhaps many Hajj organizers are following the opinion of Imam Shafeyee nowadays. This is not a matter of Hajj, but a Shariah ruling on the matter of travel by women. The Hajj of a woman who travels without a Mahram will still be valid if performed correctly. However, it is highly preferable, that for the purposes of Hajj, a highly auspicious event and one of the five pillars of Islam, care is taken to follow Shariah rulings in the best possible way.

A sister's husband will not be considered as Mahram. It doesn't matter if the sister is also traveling.

She should wear the Ihram, preferably (Mustahab) after having a bath and she can perform all the rites of Hajj except the Tawaf of Hajj. If a woman is in Makkah and she has started her menses, then on the 8th of Zul-Hijjah or in the evening of 7th Zul-Hijjah, she will have a bath, she will do Niyyah, she will recite 'Labbaik' and she will enter into Ihraam. She will not perform Nafal prayer of Ihraam. She will proceed to perform all the rites of Hajj as in number 2. During her menses she can read 'Labbaik', she can read other Tasbeeh, Durood, etc. She will not be able to read the Quran or perform any Salah. Women who delay Tawaf of Hajj and perform it after the 12th of Zul-Hijjah, due to their menses, there will be no penalty on them because a penalty is applied where this Tawaf is delayed without any Shariah endorsed reason. If a woman due to her menses, cannot perform Tawaf of Hajj even after the 12th of Zul-Hijjah due to her commitments, or any reason out of her control, and she returns back to her home country without performing this Tawaf. Then there are no alternatives or penalties available in Shariah law. This Tawaf will remain Fardh upon her throughout her life and she will have to go back to perform it as soon as possible. In this situation as described above, a married woman will not be able to resume her matrimonial relationship with her husband without performing this Tawaf of Hajj.

Women are allowed to take hormone modifying medication in order to delay the menses if these medications are not going to have an adverse effect on health severely and/or permanently If a woman does not want to take such medication and the menses start during the Hajj days and she is already in Ihraam, then she can continue to observe all the rites of Hajj. i.e. Staying in Mina, going to Arafat, staying in Muzdalifah, offering sacrifice (Qurbani), stoning the pillars of Shaytaan. However, she is not allowed to enter into Masjid Al-Haram in order to perform Sayee and Tawaf of Hajj. She will have to wait to complete these two rites until after her menses have finished and she has performed Ghusul (ritual bath). If the menses begin after the Tawaf of Hajj and before the farewell Tawaf (Twaaf-ul-Wida) and is Wajib for her, and she has to return back to her country before her menses finish, then she can leave Makkah without performing this Tawaf. There will be no penalty on her. (NOTE: Tawaf-ul-Wida is Wajib for pilgrims from outside Makkah)

You are correct in that it is permissible for someone to complete the Hajj on behalf of your father-in-law. It is reported that a woman from Khathamiyyaa came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and said, 'my father is very old; Hajj is incumbent upon him and he cannot travel. Is it permissible that I perform Hajj on his behalf?' The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) replied, 'Do you see that if there was a debt on your father, would you paying it not be permissible?' She replied, 'of course.' The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) replied, 'thus the debt of Allah is more deserved and higher.' A mature Muslim performs the Hajj on the deceased's behalf. He must make the intention clear that the Hajj is being performed on behalf of the deceased.

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