Hajj or Charity
Is it correct to save for Hajj, while some other Muslims are hungry or needy?

Muslims are not allowed to assign precedence to Allah’s orders. A Muslim person is responsible for both performing the duty of Hajj and other duties. We cannot ignore one duty to perform another. Therefore, a Muslim person is responsible for both helping other Muslims and saving for Hajj.

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Date: Oct 28, 2010

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