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Qurbani Before Eid Salaah

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Q: Is it permissible to make Qurbani before the Eid Salaah?From Ihyaaud Deen. This entry is part 4 of 16 in the series Qurbani Masaail A: It is not permissible to make Qurbani before the Eid Salaah in the city. However, in the villages or farms (where Eid salaah does not take place) it is… read more »

Skins of Qurbani Animals

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Q: What must one do with the skins of the animals of qurbani? A: One can treat it and keep it for personal use. One can also give it to the poor. If one sells it then the money must be given to the poor. Original Source Link

Qurbani for Deceased

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Q: Is Qurbani on behalf of dead persons on Eid Ul Adha allowed? A: One is allowed to make Qurbani for the deceased. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi wa Sallam advised Sayyidina Ali (Radhiyallaahu Anhu) to make Qurbani for him (Rasulullah) after his demise. (Abu Dawood V3 P50). Remember if one is by the means to make… read more »

Ladies Attending Qurbani

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Q: Did Sahaabiyah (female companions) or Ummahaatul Mu’mineen (wives of the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) take part in or performe Qurbani? A: I could not find mention of them actually performing the Qurbani. ‘Took part’ is very vast. I found a narration in Abu Dawood wherein it is mentioned that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi wa… read more »

Female and Qurbani

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Q. Is it incumbent upon a single (divorced) female to perform Qurbani? A: Being a female or divorced does not exempt one from Qurbani if the conditions of Qurbani becoming compulsory are present. (Raddul Muhtaar V26 P208) Original Source Link