Qurbani is the sacrificing of the Halal animals. It was made obligatory upon the Muslim ummah after it was performed by Prophet Ibrahim (AS). Allah the Almighty commanded Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son, Prophet Ismail (as described in the Holy Quran). To fulfill the commandment of the Almighty, Ibrahim tried to slaughter his only son in the way of Allah. A miracle happened, and Prophet Ibrahim passed this magnificent test. Allah sent a ram, and Ibrahim sacrificed it instead of his son, Ismail.
So, slaughtering Halal/qurbani animals – a sheep, goat, cow, or camel – became one of the most significant parts of the Hajj pilgrimage. Muslims around the world who financially afford, commemorate this day for the dedication of Prophet Ibrahim towards fulfilling the commandment of Allah.
Eid al Adha or is also called Eid Qurban, is one of the two Eids in Islam, the first being Eid al Fitr, which takes place after the month of Ramazan. The second is Eid al Adha, the completion of the Hajj rituals occurs on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijjah and is the 12th month of the lunar/Islamic calendar. Slaughtering halal animals, marks the end/completion of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Performing Qurbani has some rules, and all Halal animals are not appropriate for slaughtering. The rules are as follows:
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Donate Qurbani to Hayat Orphanage. This will allow us to provide the orphan children in Afghanistan with fresh and high-quality meat. Let them be a part of your Eid ul Adha festival. We request you to kindly donate wholeheartedly so that the happiness of Eid Qurban prevails in the hearts and homes of each of the orphans in Afghanistan. Let your donation reach the orphans in desperate need and living in extreme poverty.
The sacrificed animal’s meat has to divide into three parts:
Qurbani is obligatory upon those healthy adult Muslims who are eligible to pay Zakat.
Yes, you can donate the price of a Qurbani online. We at Hayat Orphanage will sacrifice the animal on your` behalf. The cost of a Qurbani is approximately £150 in Afghanistan.
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