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Hajj – A Journey of Faith and Unity

Posted on Tue, 2014-09-16 15:27

World Federation Productions is proud to present “Hajj a Journey of Faith & Unity”. As part of its Tabligh work, The World Federations has produced a short documentary, giving a broad overview on the significance of Hajj, as well as numerous perspectives from a variety of Hujjaj on the meaning and purpose of Hajj.

This video’s emphasis on how the spiritual journey of  Hajj offers Muslims, as one nation, the opportunity to exercise the high principles, values and objectives upon which Islam bases the shaping of the individual and the nation. It is the climax of the individual's spiritual life and an embodiment of the unity of the nation which is based on a brotherhood in the faith that towers above narrow considerations or race, nationality, colour or tongue. The most prominent of these is the idea of unity, especially the fact that an enormous number of Muslims from a wide variety of backgrounds are coming together. To watch this video: Click Here
The World Federation has also provided a wide range of other resources to help with the journey of faith and unity. To find out more: Click Here

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