The political gathering of Hajj as the greatest congress of Muslims in the world is a huge capacity that can provide the necessary means for awareness, unity, and community regarding this fundamental issue and consolidate various procedures among Muslim resistance movements and be the invalidity line for idea of a compromise with this cancerous tumor in the area.
Every moment of Hajj is important for achieving this goal and creating awareness, in order to achieve this goal and to this effect, every moment of Hajj is important, but in particular, this issue can emerge and become more evident in the expressing disassociation from disbelievers.
Hajj provides a very good opportunity for declaring the positions of the Ummah on various subjects, while the issue of Yemen War, Palestinian struggle remains the most important challenge facing the Islamic community.
According to Islamic teachings, the disassociation with disbelievers, which is a divine rite of Hajj, must be performed publicly and clearly and the congress of Hajj is the best place and time to put this on display.
Allah Almighty, in various instances, declares the isolation of the Prophet and the believers towards the infidels and idolaters: In 9 AH, in Hajj Akbar, He declares His and his Prophet’s isolation from idolaters of that time.
“And [it is] an announcement from Allah and His Messenger to the people on the day of the greater pilgrimage that Allah is disassociated from the disbelievers, and [so is] His Messenger. (Al- Tawbah, Verse 3)
In the situation when today’s enemies and disbelievers of the Islamic Ummah are trying to present a false image of Islam by masking friendship, isolation from the disbelievers is a prime example of Tavalla (expressing love) and Tabarr’a (expressing disassociation) and is capable of unifying Muslims on a key issue.
The Holy Quran calls on the Muslims to consider Abraham and his companions as their role model:
“There has already been for you an excellent pattern in Abraham and those with him, when they said to their people, ‘Indeed, we are disassociated from you and from whatever you worship other than Allah. We have denied you, and there has appeared between us and you animosity and hatred forever until you believe in Allah alone’.” (Al- Mumtahanah verse 4)
It is clear that the Islamic Ummah’s unity regarding the first issue of the Islamic world has helped issues on the basis of the divine tradition and the return of this holy land to the Islamic world and will in the long term resolve many of the related issues and afflictions of the Islamic Ummah.