Is it permissible for a person to perform the obligation of the Hajj on behalf of someone else who is financially and physically able [to perform the Hajj himself] in exchange for money?
What are the things which benefit the deceased by way of the living? And is there a difference between physical and non-physical acts of worship?
Is it permissible for a Muslim to perform the Hajj or the ‘Umrah on behalf of his parents whilst they are still alive?
I have a paralytic son, and am thinking about him doing hajj, because if he was to do the hajj himself, then I fear that he will suffer harm.
Is it permissible for a person to make tawaaf for his deceased parents or one of his relatives who are deceased?
What is the ruling regarding “gifting” the reward of performing tawaaf to someone else, whereby some people approach others and say to them: “Do seven for me!”