Hajj and Umra Rulling

The first thing to do on embarking for Hajj is to purify the intention for Allah The Almighty and to emulate the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ), in all the rites of Hajj, for he said: “Take your Hajj rites from me.” [Muslim] The Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ), also said: “Whoever performs Hajj and does not engage in sexual relations nor acts sinfully, he will return (after Hajj free from all sins) like (he was) the day his mother gave birth to him.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim] He also said: “Performing ‘Umrah after ‘Umrah will erase the sins committed between them and the well-performed Hajj has no reward but Paradise.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim] A good Hajj is one that is done with sincerity, according to the Prophet’s guidance and in which one abstains from sins and harming other Muslims.

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  • EXPRESS PACKAGE Express Package (2 Weeks) Express Package: 15th August & return on 29th August Return ticket – Manchester – Jeddah – Manchester
(Options from London also available) Acquisition of Hajj Visa & Hajj Draft on your behalf Makkah Hotel – Abdullah Al Ghammas Hotel (450 metres) Madina Hotal – Hayat Al Salaam Silver Hotel (300 metres) European Campsites in Mina and Arafat with VIP Mutawwif Service Complimentary Half Board Meals in Makkah and Madina Complimentary Meals during the days of Hajj Full Guidance by Experienced Guides and Qualified Aalim Internal Transport in Air-Conditioned Coaches Guided Historical Tours (Ziarat) in Makkah and Madina Pre-Hajj Seminar (Attendance Mandatory)


    Halal Travel in Kenya for Muslim Families

    • There are certain things that a modern hotel must do to attract bookings from holidaying families: Complimentary meal and tour packages, a pet-friendly policy, WiFi connectivity (Instagram is now an inescapable part of any trip!). But now, more than ever, is time for hotels to make room for consideration for holiday-makers of Muslim faith. Halal tourism which is geared towards Muslim families who abide by Islamic principles has experienced a recent surge in demand. A 2016 report predicted that there will be 150 million halal travellers globally who will spend an eye-watering $200 billion dollars by 2020. In comparison, Kenya generated just under $840 million from all tourism in 2015. Ideally, a halal hotel should have rooms pointing to Mecca, a no alcohol policy and provide separate dining and entertainment facilities (swimming pools, spas, etc.) for men and women. In Kenya, there are ongoing plans to develop halal hotels. Existing hotels at the coast and game parks already do prepare halal meals. Most will also arrange for prayer rooms, qiblah (the direction of Mecca) and possibly, mosque visits. It’s advisable to make arrangements in advance.
    • A halal holiday in Kenya
      A holiday in Kenya can be incredibly rewarding for a Muslim family. The coast, which has quaint Islamic cultural influences, is even more enchanting during Ramadhan and Eid. Most restaurants in Mombasa, Lamu and Malindi, serve the most delectable grub specially prepared for the occasion. There are also lots of pop-up halal eateries that come up along the city streets and beach roads, which stay open late into the night. There are plenty of sights to take in too – most perfectly, Mombasa’s Old Town. The UNESCO heritage site lies by the Tudor Creek and has a rich ancient past to along with its beautiful Islamic architecture. In the exotic Lamu Archipelago, you can visit the famous Riyadha Mosque. It was built in 1900 towards the end of the town’s golden age and is the centre of activity for the annual Maulidi Festival. For a safari holiday, you may consider Sarova Mara Game Camp which accommodates halal dining according to a recent TripAdvisor comment left by the Lodge Manager in response to a user’s question

    Kenya developing halal rules with eye on Muslim tourists

    • DAILY NATION.Thursday February 2 2017 By MATHIAS RINGA Kenya is developing halal standards for certification of hospitality facilities in a move targeting Muslims’ growing demand for leisure travel. The Tourism Regulatory Authority (TRA) said the guidelines will benefit tourists who jet into the country from Islamic markets. Leisure travel among Muslims is regarded as a fast growing segment of tourism in the world. In 2015, Kenya received 40,875 tourists from the United Arab Emirates, up from 24,828 the previous year. TRA director-general Lagat Kipkorir said the standards were being developed in partnership with the Kenya Bureau Standards. “We have already developed a detailed plan that entails drafting, stakeholder involvement, quality assurance preparations and training prior to roll out,” said Mr Kipkorir. Muslim consumers have distinct demands based on age and nationality. Mr Kipkorir said the proposed guidelines are necessary to ensure halal catering, accommodation and conferencing services. He said that consultation was underway to finalise the financing of the guidelines and standards formulation process. Already, Kenya is set to host a Halal International Conference later this year. The process of developing the standards might take about six months, Mr Kipkorir said, adding that halal certification would take effect early next year. TRA concluded the classification of hotels across the country last October with the goal of improving services offered to tourists by resorts, lodges and camps.
    • The agency is also working on standards for the entertainment industry aimed at improving service delivery to customers. In Summary
      • The Tourism Regulatory Authority (TRA) said the guidelines will benefit tourists who jet into the country from Islamic markets.
      • Leisure travel among Muslims is regarded as a fast growing segment of tourism in the world.