Hajj is allowed only after depositing a sum of money in a usury-based bank

Question 14: In Turkey, whoever wants to perform Hajj should deposit one thousand Turkish Lira in a bank which is a big sum of money. It is worth mentioning that these banks are usurious and there is no other way to perform Hajj except this. Is Hajj obligatory in this case for the capable Muslim? If the Muslim performs Hajj, is it valid? Taking into consideration that by this they help the usurious banks and the country.

Answer: Hajj will be valid and what you have mentioned is not considered an excuse for postponing Hajj, if the person can perform it… read more here.

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