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Istita‘ah of Personnel in Charge of Hajj

Q: Do the caravan’s servants, physicians, helpers and other hajj personnel, who come to miqat in a mission, acquire istita‘ah by attending at miqat and, thus, should perform hajjah al-Islam?

A: If performing hajj rites does not conflict with their duties as hajj personnel and upon returning to home they have good living resources according to their station (judged by the laity) to continue with their life, they are ruled as having istita‘ah.

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