A person crosses the mīqāt without ihrām because he intends going to Jeddah

A person crosses the mīqāt without ihrām because he intends going to Jeddah
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A person crosses the mīqāt without ihrām because he intends going to Jeddah

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  • masjidmuhammad
  • Jul 13, 2021

Question:

My son resides in Jeddah. When I leave my country for ‛umrah, can I
tie my ihrm in Jeddah?

Answer:

If it is your sole intention to visit your son in Jeddah and then you
intend going for ‛umrah, it will be permissible for you to tie your
ihram in Jeddah after visiting your son. There will be no fine to be
paid. However, if your intention is to perform ‛umrah, and you
thought to yourself that you will visit your son as well, it will be
necessary for you to tie your ihram before the miqat. If not, dumm will
be wajib. Thus, your intention is of essence, and Allah ta‛ala knows
fully well what lies in the heart. It is therefore essential to abstain
from unnecessary ruses on such a pure and blessed journey.

Irshad as-Sari:

Allah ta‛ala knows best.

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