The answer isn't black and white. It is situational and depends on an individual's circumstances. If someone needs to protect their chastity and they are in danger of committing sin/zina then for them marriage takes precedence.
For someone else hajj might be obligatory. If its an urgent debt, then debt takes precedence to hajj and marriage. If the debt is small and its not urgent you can prioritize hajj or marriage.
Shaykh Ammar AlShukry answers and explains..
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Related Yaqeen Institute resources:
Infographic | Hajj: Abraham’s Legacy
1. Pillar 5: What is Hajj (Pilgrimage)?
2. Pillar 5: Why do Muslims Perform Hajj (Pilgrimage)?
3. Episode 9: The Wonders of ‘Arafah
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