1. What is the Day of Arafat?

Answer: The Day of Arafat falls on the 9th day of Dhul-Hijjah, the last month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is considered the most important day of the Hajj pilgrimage and is when pilgrims gather at the plain of Arafat to pray and seek forgiveness.

2. Why is the Day of Arafat significant in Islam?

Answer: The Day of Arafat is significant because it is a day of immense mercy and forgiveness from Allah. It commemorates the final sermon of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and is considered a day when sins are forgiven and prayers are answered.

3. What are the spiritual benefits of standing at Arafat?

Answer: Standing at Arafat is a profound act of worship where pilgrims sincerely repent for their sins, seeking Allah’s forgiveness and mercy. It symbolizes the ultimate act of devotion and submission to Allah.

4. How does the Day of Arafat benefit those not performing Hajj?

Answer: Muslims who are not performing Hajj can fast on the Day of Arafat. Fasting on this day is highly recommended and is said to expiate sins of the previous year and the coming year.

5. What is the significance of the sermon delivered by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on the Day of Arafat?

Answer: The sermon delivered by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on the Day of Arafat is known as the Farewell Sermon. It outlines key aspects of Islamic faith, social justice, and the rights and responsibilities of Muslims, emphasizing equality and moral conduct.

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