Why do we give Qurbani?

Qurbani, meaning "sacrifice," is mentioned in both the Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. The Prophet ﷺ would sacrifice two rams for Qurbani: one for his family and one for the entire Ummah unable to perform Qurbani themselves, known as the “Prophetic Qurbani.”

This sacrifice commemorates the legacy of Prophet Ibrahim عَلَیهِ‌السَّلام when he was asked to sacrifice his son, Prophet Ismail عَلَیهِ‌السَّلام.

What are the rulings on Qurbani?

Qurbani is a confirmed Sunnah according to most scholars, with some considering it wajib (compulsory). One of the four major Madhabs deems Qurbani an obligation.
It is agreed upon by all Madhabs, if you have the means, it is considered Makroh (disliked) if you do not offer the Qurbani sacrifice.

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Who needs to give Qurbani?

According to the Hanafi Madhab, the following individuals should give Qurbani:

List of eligibility criteria to determine if you have to give your Qurbani.

Can you give your Qurbani online?

Scholars have mixed opinions about giving Qurbani in countries where you are not present.

Check list to determine if you can give your Qurbani internationally.

What animals can you choose for Qurbani?

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What are the rulings on the animals for Qurbani?

Conditions of the Qurbani

With our brand new Qurbani selector, we’ve made it super easy for you to:

  1. 🌍 Choose where your Qurbani goes: Give the gift of sacrifice to those most in need around the world.
  2. 🐑 Select your preferred animal: Choose from sheep or goats, and shares of cows or camels.
  3. 🫶🏼 Select your preferred charity: Have a favorite charity? Select that too!

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