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24 June 2017 / 29. Ramadhan 1438

Hajj Lectures by Dr. M. Datoo Now Showing on Safeer TV

Posted on Tue, 2014-09-23 15:00

By the Grace of Allah (swt), the highest spiritual journey of our life, has once again given opportunities to the blessed millions and have now embarked on this blessed journey of Hajj. 

The Social philosophy of Hajj is the symbol of unity and universality. Imam Ali (peace be upon him) says: "Allah has made obligatory upon you…the pilgrimage, for it consolidates the faith." (Nahj al-Balagha).  Of all the rites of Islam, the Hajj is the greatest in manifestation of unity and Tawheed.  It is a time for unity, self- reflection and total submission to Allah’s (swt) command. As thousands of Muslims from across the globe embark on this enlightening pilgrimage; The World Federation of KSIMC is delighted to announce the launch of “A 10 Part Series on Hajj”.   

This mini-series documentary, narrated by Dr. M. Datoo is an excellent resource for understanding both the physical and spiritual aspects of Hajj.

These insightful lectures will be aired on Safeer TV every day from September 25th to October 5th at 10pm BST. For more information, please see the poster above. 

The mini-series has been broken down into 10 episodes: 

1. Preparing for Hajj

2. Significance

3. In Makkah

4. Outside Makkah

5. The Prophet Mosque

6. The Inner Chamber

7. The Outer Chambers

8. The Ka’abah

9. The Ka’abah Renovations

10. The Ka’abah Parts

For those who are not able to tune in, click here for the YouTube link to the mini-series.

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