take from the deceased’s estate the amount of money that suffices to perform the obligatory duty of Hajj. The remainder should be used to repay his debts, if he had any that are confirmed. His Shar‘y (Islamic) will should then be executed and then the rest of the estate should be distributed among the heirs. If the amount of money that he left is the value of his furniture, his home, or anything similar, it is not required to perform Hajj on his behalf, because if such is his state he is considered as a poor man and therefore not able to perform Hajj. However, if the heirs agree to pay for Hajj from the estate voluntarily, they will be rewarded for this. (Part No. 11; Page No. 105) May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.