Fatwa: # 17396
Category: Hajj
Country: Saudi Arabia
Date: 23rd December 2008


Is it permissible to cross the meeqat without intention of umrah(for them) and not put on Ihram


 we r living in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.we often go for Umra by road with my family,My wife and four girl are all adult,most of the time any one or two are not able to put on Ihram because of menstural period.Is it permissible to cross the meeqat without intention of umrah(for them) and not put on Ihram


It is not permissible for an āfāqī (person living out of the mīqāt) to enter Makkah Mukarramah without an ihrām, whether he or she intends ‘umrah or not.


وكذلك لو أراد بمجاوزة هذه المواقيت دخول مكة لا يجوز له أن يجاوزها إلا محرما ، سواء أراد بدخول مكة النسك من الحج أو العمرة أو التجارة أو حاجة أخرى عندنا (بدائع الصنائع ج 2 ص 371 , ديوبند)

And Allah Ta'ala Knows Best

Ml. Yusuf bin Yaqub,
Student Darul Iftaa

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