Mistakes made by pilgrims performing Hajj and ‘Umrah
1. He entered ihram for ‘umrah, then he got tired and cancelled his ihraam out of ignorance; he has done ‘umrah and Hajj since then. What should he do?
2. Entering ihram from the miqaat is one of the obligatory parts of Hajj
3. He stoned the first jamrah before sunset on the last of the days of at-tashreeq; should he complete the stoning?
4. He left Mina, as he was “hastening on”, but he did not do the farewell tawaaf until the following day. What is the ruling on that?
5. During tawaaf he became unsure (of how many circuits he had completed), so he proceeded on the basis of what he thought was most likely to be the case. Is his tawaaf valid, or does he have to repeat it?
6. She did Hajj and she did not cut her hair, stone Jamrat al-‘Aqabah or offer a sacrifice; what must she do now?
7. Uncertainty about the number of circuits of tawaaf and how to reconcile between two scholarly opinions
8. She got her menses after ‘Arafah and did tawaaf when she was menstruating
9. He exited ihram before completing ‘umrah, then he came back a few days later and completed it
10. She had an abortion and she did Hajj even though she was still bleeding
11. They did fourteen laps of sa‘i for ‘umrah out of ignorance; is their ‘umrah valid?
12. Ruling on someone who stoned the jamaraat then when he came back to his country he realised that he had thrown fewer than seven pebbles
13. Ruling on saying the Talbiyah together in unison
14. He did ‘umrah but he did not shave his head, out of ignorance, and he put on his regular clothes
15. He did tawaaf al-ifaadah and tawaaf al-wadaa‘ on the tenth day (of Dhu’l-Hijjah)
16. Ruling on doing ‘umrah repeatedly from Makkah, and ruling on tawaaf al-ifaadah for a woman who is menstruating
17. How should a woman cut her hair in Hajj and ‘Umrah?
18. He did tawaaf al-ifaadah when he was junub
19. He left ‘Arafaat before Maghrib because he was sick
20. He hastened to leave Mina then he found out that he had made a mistake in stoning the Jamaraat, so he went back and stoned them at night; is he still regarded as having hastened?