Misarranged Performance of the Practices of 10th ZilHijja

Fiqh, Hajj - Merits and Precepts / Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Rule Of Action
Suppose a Mufrid or a Qarin or a Mutamatte got his head shaven before Rami or suppose a Qarin, or a Mutamatte got his head shaven before offering sacrifice, or suppose a Qarin or a Mutamatte offered sacrifice before Rami ; in all such cases a Dam would be obligatory, because a proper arrangement was obligatory to perform these practices. For a Mufrid however, this arrangement of performance is obligatory only in Rami and Halq (having his head shaven) as he is not obliged to offer a sacrifice. On the other hand, for a Qarin this arrangement is obligatory to perform Rami, sacrifice and Halq. He should first perform Rami, then offer sacrifice and then should have his head shaven. In case of priority or delay a Dam would be obligatory.

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