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 Days of Qurbaani & Time for Qurbaani  New window
 The days of Qurbaani are the tenth, eleventh and twelfth of Zil Hijjah.
 Masnoon Method of Sacrifice  New window
 It is more virtuous to slaughter the animal with one's own hands. If one does not know how to slaughter, it is preferred that he remain present while someone else is sacrificing the animal.
 On Whom is Qurbaani Waajib?  New window
 Qurbaani is waajib on every Muslim who is of sound mind, mature (who has reached the age of puberty), Muqeem (i.e. he is not a shar'ee traveler) and possesses the amount of fifty two and half tolas of silver (i.e. 612,36 grams) or wealth equivalent to that value which is in excess of one's aslee (basic) needs.
 Qurbaani (Sacrifice)  New window
 It is an important ibaadah (worship), and is from among the Sha'aair (symbols) of Islaam. It is not a custom of 'Eid or a source of merry-making and gaiety; but it is a shar'ee (religious) command to renew the commemoration of the Sunnah of Ibraaheem alayhis Salaam and create the spirit and desire of selflessness and sacrifice.
 Qurbaani on Behalf of the Deceased  New window
 If one has been favoured by Allah with wealth, then he should also perform Qurbaani on behalf of Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, his Sahaabah, his Ummah, the prophets and for his own living or deceased relatives, fiends and teachers who have conveyed Deeni knowledge during one's lifetime.  New window
 Provides information about Qurbani, sacrifice in Islam. Eid-Ul-Adha Qurbani commemorates Prophet Abraham's sacrifice of Prophet Ismail on Allah's orders.
 The Command for Qurbaani is for All Muslims  New window
 The Qurbaani has been made waajib (incumbent) upon the whole Ummah and not only upon the pilgrims. Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wasallam, the Sahaabah radhiyallahu anhum, Taabi'een and the whole of the Ummah all over have kept up this waajib steadfastly through all ages. It is a command of Allah to all, be they in Makkah, Madinah or any other part of the globe.
 The History of Qurbaani  New window
 Although Qurbaani had been ordained an ibaadah from the time of Adam alayhis Salaam, special importance was attached to it only after an incident which took place with Ibraaheem alayhis salaam, and consequently it was made waajib (incumbent) in the Sharee'ah of Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wasallam in his memory.
 The Qurbaani Animal  New window
 It is permissible to offer in sacrifice a goat or she-goat, sheep of all kinds, cow, bull, buffalo or camel.
 The Qurbaani meat and skin  New window
 It is permissible to eat the Qurbaani meat. It can also be distributed to relatives and friends whether wealthy or poor, Muslims or non-Muslims. It is better to divide it into three parts. One for the family, one for relatives and friends and one for the poor and needy.

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