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Acquiring Istita‘ah by a Debtor

Q: If a person receives a loan and built a residential house or bought some household appliances to be settled in installments, should he perform hajjah al-Islam if all other conditions for doing hajj are applicable?

A: If he is confident that he will be able to pay the installments at their due time and all other conditions for performing hajj are applicable, hajj becomes obligatory for him.

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