Whoever undertakes a vow to perform hajj, and subsequently dies [without having done so], and leaves no estate [from which funds can be set aside for the hajj], would the performance of hajj on his behalf be considered a recommendation or an obligation?
Asking a non-relative to perform hajj badal on behalf of a relative
If a man died without having instructed anyone to perform hajj on his behalf [after his death], then is he relinquished of this obligation if his son performs hajj on his behalf?
Hajj badal and ‘umrah badal on behalf of the living and the deceased
Is it permissible to perform ‘umrah on behalf of someone who has died? And is it permissible for me to perform ‘umrah on behalf of my father who is still alive, but is unable to do so [himself]?
The reward of the hajj performed on behalf of another
A man died without having performed the obligatory hajj, and instructed that hajj be performed on his behalf from his estate [upon his death].
Hajj badal on behalf of parents who have died
What is the ruling of [performing] hajj on behalf of both parents who have died without [themselves] having performed hajj?
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Hajj and ‘Umrah on behalf of another
[Performing] Hajj or ‘Umrah on behalf of another is [to be] done in three situations…
Performing ‘umrah badal on behalf of my parents who are alive
I have parents who are both of old age; my father is 75 years old, and my mother is 70. If I were to perform ‘umrah [ each on their behalf] and gifted its reward to them – while they are still alive – will they be rewarded for it?
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