This half term we have been thinking about the following question:
Does completing Hajj make a person a better Muslim?
This week I want you to think carefully about that question.
I want you to think about both sides.
Yes, I think completing Hajj makes a person a better Muslim because...................
No, I don't think you need to complete Hajj to be a good Muslim because....................
- During Hajj, Muslims come together to pray
- Muslims pray at home or at Mosque
- Do Muslims come together somewhere other than Hajj?
- Hajj is something they remember forever
- Some Muslims believe the experience helps them to keep their faith.
- On Hajj, Muslims walk seven times around the Kabaa just like the Prophet Mohammed
- Hajj is something Muslims aim to do at least once in their lifetime (if they are able)
- Hajj is believed to be a cleansing process for forgiveness
- How else do Muslims ask for forgiveness?