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Performing Hajj by a Debtor

Q: Is a debtor allowed to go to hajj or pay charity? Or should he/she settle his / her loan first?

A: If it is a time–specified loan and not due yet or if the lender does not claim it now, there is no objection to going to hajj nor to pay charity.

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