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This year give your Qurbani with Qadria Trust. Donate your Qurbani for as little as £65! We will provide freshly slaughtered meat to families in Pakistan.

Every year Muslims around the world give Qurbani. This is an important time in the Islamic calendar and falls in the 12th and final month, known as Dhul Hijjah. Every able-bodied Muslim is expected to make a donation that ensures families living in poverty can receive a share of a sacrificed animal.

Qurbani means ‘sacrifice.’ It is the recognition of the sacrifice that was going to be made by Prophet Ibrahim AS when he was going to give up his son, Prophet Ismail AS, for the sake of Allah SWT. During Qurbani, an animal is sacrificed, and the shares are divided. 

Qurbani also marks the completion of Hajj, the pilgrimage made to the holy city, and is celebrated with friends and family over the days of Eid al-Adha on the 10th of Dhul Hijjah.

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‘And when He (Isma’il) was old enough to walk with him (Ibrahim), he said, “O my son, I have seen in a dream that I am sacrificing you, so see what you think.”’ 

Surah As-Saffat - Verse: 102 (Qur’an)

Qurbani FAQ’s

You can learn more about this great Prophetic practice by reading the following FAQs:

1. What is Qurbani?

Qurbani means ‘offering.’ It  is the recognition of the sacrifice that was going to be made by Prophet Ibrahim AS when he was going to give up his son, Prophet Ismail AS, for the sake of Allah SWT. During Qurbani, an animal is sacrificed, and the shares are divided.

Qurbani also marks the completion of Hajj, the pilgrimage made to the holy city, and is celebrated with friends and family over the days of Eid al-Adha.

2. Is Qurbani Fard/ Compulsory?

Yes, Qurbani is a fard act. 

3. Who is Qurbani compulsory on?

According to the Hanafi school, any adult, sane Muslim who possesses wealth above the Nisab value must give a Qurbani. So if you are eligible to pay Zakat, you need to offer a Qurbani.

4. When does Qurbani start?

Qurbani falls on the 10th, 11th, and 12th days of Dhul Hijjah and sacrifices can only be made at this time after the Eid prayer takes place, at the start of Eid al-Adha. Sacrifices that are made prior to the Eid prayer are not considered Qurbani and must be made again after the special Eid prayer.

5. Who is eligible for Qurbani Meat?

Traditionally, Qurbani shares are split into three – one-third for the person giving the Qurbani, one-third for your friends and the last third to those most in need.

6. Can I cut my nails and hair if I intend to give Qurbani?

Cutting hair and nails is not permitted from the start of Dhul Hijjah up until the sacrifice has been made, as per the words of Prophet Muhammad PBUH:

“When you see the new moon of Dhul Hijjah, and one of you desires that he offer a sacrifice, then let him keep his hair and nails.” ~ Prophet Muhammad PBUH. (Muslim)

7. What should I do if I have missed my Qurbani?

You must make up for missing the Qurbani by offering the market value of one sheep/goat to the poor. 

8. Can I donate my Qurbani to Qadria Trust?

Yes! Kindly donate on this page!

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