6. How does standing at Arafat during Hajj reflect the unity of Muslims?

Answer: Standing at Arafat during Hajj represents the unity of Muslims worldwide. Regardless of nationality, race, or status, all pilgrims stand together in humble submission to Allah, wearing simple white garments that symbolize equality and humility.

7. What are the rewards for fasting on the Day of Arafat for non-pilgrims?

Answer: The rewards for fasting on the Day of Arafat for non-pilgrims include the expiation of sins from the previous year and the following year. This act of fasting is highly meritorious and brings immense spiritual benefits.

8. How does the Day of Arafat prepare pilgrims for the culmination of Hajj?

Answer: The Day of Arafat prepares pilgrims for the culmination of Hajj by focusing their hearts and minds on sincere repentance, worship, and supplication. It is a time for spiritual purification and renewal.

9. What duas (supplications) are recommended on the Day of Arafat?

Answer: On the Day of Arafat, pilgrims and non-pilgrims alike are encouraged to make various supplications, especially the following:

“The best supplication is the supplication on the day of Arafat, and the best of what I and the Prophets before me have said is: ‘La ilaha illallah, wahdahu la sharika lah, lahul-mulku wa lahul-hamdu wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer.'”

10. What is the importance of forgiveness on the Day of Arafat?

Answer: The importance of forgiveness on the Day of Arafat lies in the belief that Allah’s mercy and forgiveness are abundantly available. It is a prime opportunity for Muslims to seek and receive Allah’s forgiveness for their sins.

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