Forbidden acts during Ihrām - مَـحْظُوراتُ الإحْرامِ

Practices that are prohibited for a person in the state of Ihrām for Hajj or ‘Umrah.

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Safa - صَفا

"Safa" (sing. safāh): the wide, hard, flat stone which nothing grows on. It is derived from "safā’", which means purity.

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The Black Stone - الحَجَرُ الأَسْوَدُ

Tījāniyyah

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Exposing the right shoulder - اضْطِباعٌ

"Idttibā‘": inserting one’s garment under one’s right arm and then throws its ends over one’s left shoulder, exposing the right shoulder.

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Ihlāl - إهلال

"Ihlāl": talbiyah. It originally referred to raising one’s voice upon seeing the crescent. Then it came to be frequently used to refer to any kind of loud voice.

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Touching the Black Stone - اسْتِلامٌ الحجر الأسود

Touching the Black Stone with the hand or kissing it with the lips.

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Dwelling/House - بَيْتٌ

Any dwelling place that has walls and a ceiling.

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Shoulder - كَتِفٌ

A wide bone behind the upper part of the body that joins the arm with the body

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Hastening - إِسْرَاعٌ

Performing something at its earliest time

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