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005 Mai'dah

005 Mai'dah

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Allah's statement,

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َ ِ َ ْ ا َ َو َيْ َ ْ ا َ َو

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nor of the Hady brought for sacrifice, nor the garlands,
means, do not abandon the practice of bringing
the Hady (sacrificial animals) to the Sacred
House, as this ritual is a form of honoring the
symbols of Allah.
Do not abandon the practice of garlanding these
animals on their necks, so that they are
distinguished from other cattle. This way, it will
be known that these animals are intended to be
offered as Hady at the Ka`bah, and thus those
who might intend some harm to them would
refrain from doing so. Those who see the Hady
might be encouraged to imitate this ritual, and
indeed, he who calls to a type of guidance, will
earn rewards equal to the rewards of those who

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follow his lead, without decrease in their own
rewards.
When the Messenger of Allah intended to perform
Hajj, he spent the night at Dhul-Hulayfah, which
is also called Wadi Al-Aqiq. In the morning, the
Prophet made rounds with his wives, who were
nine at that time, performed Ghusl (bath),
applied some perfume and performed a two
Rak`ah prayer. He then garlanded the Hady and
announced aloud his intention to perform Hajj
and Umrah. The Prophet's Hady at the time
consisted of plenty of camels, more than sixty,
and they were among the best animals, the
healthiest and most physically acceptable, just as
Allah's statement proclaims,

ِب ُ ُ ْ ا ىَ ْ َﺕ ِﻡ َ ﻥِ َ ِ ا َ ِ ـَ َ ْ َ ُی َﻡَو َ ِ ذ

Thus it is, and whosoever honors the
symbols of Allah, then it is truly, from the
piety of the hearts. (22:32)
Muqatil bin Hayyan said that Allah's statement, َ َو
َ ِ َ ْ ا (nor the garlands) means,
"Do not breach their sanctity.''
During the time of Jahiliyyah, the people used to
garland themselves with animal hair and pelts
when they left their areas in months other than
the Sacred Months. The idolators of the Sacred
House Area used to garland themselves with the
tree-stems of the Sacred Area, so that they were
granted safe passage.''
This statement was collected by Ibn Abi Hatim,
who also recorded that Ibn Abbas said,
"There are two Ayat in this Surah (Al-Ma'idah)
that were abrogated, the Ayah about the
garlands (5:2), and,
ْ ُ ْ َ ْضِ ْ َأ ْوَأ ُ َ ْ َ ُ ْ َ َكوُؤ َ نِ َ (So if they come
to you (O Muhammad), either judge between
them, or turn away from them).'' (5:42)

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