The Gift of Qurbani & How to Donate
Reviving the Spirit of Sacrifice!
“There are no days more beloved to Allah that He be worshipped in them than the ten days of Dhu al-Hijjah, fasting every day of them is equivalent to fasting a year; and standing every night of them (in Salat) is equivalent to standing on the Night of Qadr.”
From doing qurbani or udhiya to observing Hajj and giving charity, the month offers abundance of opportunities for the Muslims to earn Allah’s blessings.Don’t miss the chance to earn Allah’s blessings and help empower your community.
Qurbani – A complete Guide
Muslims commemorate Qurbani every year to remember this humble act of complete and utter devotion to Allah (SWT), in which hundreds of millions of Muslims conduct Qurbani in remembrance of Ibrahim’s sacrifice.
The meat from the slaughtered livestock is divided into three equal portions: one for the person performing Qurbani, one for the family who provided the animal , and one for the poor and needy.
There are also verses of the Quran and Hadith that emphasize the virtue and significance of Qurbani:
“Say, Indeed, my prayer, my rights of sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah, Lord of the worlds.” (Al-‘An’am 6/162)
“There is no dearer deed of Ibne Adam in the days of Qurbani than flowing the blood (doing Qurbani) and that animal will come with his horns, hairs, and hooves on the day of Qayamt. The blood of the Qurbani reaches the stage of acceptance before it reaches the floor.” (Tirmizi, Ibnu Majah)
Here’s How to Give Qurbani & Help the Community
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