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Qurbani of castrated animals

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What is the ruling on Qurbānī of castrated animals? بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Answer The Qurbānī of castrated animals is permissible according to all four schools of thought. It is also transmitted from the Prophet ﷺ. أقوال الفقهاء: قال الإمام محمد بن الحسن في الأصل (٥/٤٠٥، طبعة قطر): قلت: أرأيت الخصي هل ترى به بأسا… read more »

Mentioning names during Qurbani

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If an abattoir is slaughtering a cow on behalf of seven people, is it necessary to name each person at the point of slaughter or know all of their names? بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Answer It is not necessary to name the people during slaughter or know all of their names. Intention on their behalf… read more »

Important Clarification Regarding Qurbani

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Important Clarification Regarding Qurbānī There is a message circulating on social media that suggests that the Qurbānī (sacrifice) of one sheep is sufficient on behalf of the whole family. This is indeed the view of Imam Mālik (d. 179/795), Imam Aḥmad (d. 241/855) and the Shāfiʿī school of thought. However, according to the Ḥanafī school… read more »

Hadith regarding fattening the Qurbani animal

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Is the following narration authentic: “Fatten your qurbānī animals, for they will be your vehicles over the ṣirāṭ (bridge)”? بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Answer The narration is not authentic. It is recommended for the qurbānī animal to be meaty, healthy and in good condition. قال ابن العربي في عارضة الأحوذي (٦/٢٨٨): ليس في فضل الأضحية… read more »

Giving Qurbani meat to non-Muslims

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Is it permissible to give Qurbānī meat to non-Muslims? بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم Answer It is permissible to give gifts including Qurbānī meat to non-Muslims to enjoin kinships and bring people closer. ʿUmar ibn al-Khaṭṭāb (d. 23/644) (may Allah be pleased with him) gifted a cloak, which was gifted to him by the Prophet ﷺ,… read more »

Qurbaani and Aqeeqah in one cow

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Q: I have heard from several sources that seven people can share a cow for Qurbani and Akikah. I would like to know if this is really permitted? If so, how should we do? A: 1. Yes it is permissible. 2. The meat will be distributed equally among the shareholders. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.  … read more »

Qurbaani animal getting lost or injured

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Q: What is the ruling if a qurbani animal is lost or injured after purchasing? A: If it is a wajib qurbani then it has to be replaced. And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.   Answered by: Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach) Original Source Link