All Praise be to Allah who is the Lord of the Worlds, and may Endless Blessings be showered upon His Most Beloved, and Final Messenger of Islam, Hadrat Muhammad Mustafa Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa 'aalihi wa Sallam
Ceasing relationships with a person, and not talking to them intentionally for a period of more than 3 days is prohibited in Islam. This is established by a hadith of the Beloved Messenger of Allah Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam, so when going for hajj, or meeting for eid, or even on the Jummu'ah day, it is necessary to meet such a person as contravening this principle is to sway away from the teachings of Islam, and the Beloved Messenger of Allah Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam.
As for hurting a person, then a hadith of the Beloved Messenger of Allah Salla Allahu ta'ala 'alayhi wa Sallam states that a Muslim is a person whose tongue and hands safegard another Muslim. This is a chapter entitled in the Bukhari, and has numerous ahadith related to it.
Normally, it is the tongue, or the work of a hand which will sever relationships of Muslims, so it is imperative that we observe this hadith as much as possible.
The fard of the hajj will be performed, and the reward will be given, but whether it is accepted in the eyes of Allah the Almighty is something that is entirely at His discretion. Hence the hadith:
'al hubbu lillahi wal bughdhu lillah'
'Love is for the pleasure of Allah the Almighty, and hatred is for the pleasure of Allah the Almighty'.
So if any love or hatred is for anyone other than Allah the Almighty, this is deemed as unacceptable, and disliked in the eyes of Allah the Almighty.
I hope that I have given you some sort of idea, as to the question that you asked.
Jazak'allah for your question.
Wallahu A'lamu Biththawaab
M. Waseem Ashrafi
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