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Aqeeqah

‘Aqeeqah refers to the sacrifice that is offered on behalf of the newborn on the seventh day after birth. It is prescribed to slaughter two goats / sheep for a newborn boy and one goats / sheep for a girl. The best time for offering the ‘Aqeeqah is seven days after birth.

Beneficiaries: 10 - 15 persons

$54 x 1

$54 x 2

Beneficiaries: 10 - 15 persons

$54 x 1

$54 x 2

Beneficiaries: 10 - 15 persons

$61 x 1

$61 x 2

Beneficiaries: 10 - 15 persons

$115 x 1

$115 x 2

If its your first baby’s Aqeeqa than you are eligible to select “First Baby’s Aqeeqa”. And if the Aqeeqa is going to be done on behalf of an Adult who has not performed Aqeeqa in childhood, you can select “Adult Aqeeqa”. And If you are performing Aqeeqa NOT on behalf of the the first baby nor for an Adult, you have two options. Aqeeqa Goat or Aqeeqa Sheep. Sheep is most preferred. 

U'd'hiya (Qurbani)

The word U’d’hiyah means an animal of the an’aam class (i.e., camel, cow, sheep or goat) that is slaughtered during the days of Eid al-A’dha as an act of worship, intending to draw closer to Allah thereby.

The time for offering the sacrifice begins after the ‘Eid prayer on ‘Eid al-Adha and ends when the sun sets on the thirteenth of Dhu’l-Hijjah. So there are four days of sacrifice: the day of ‘Eid al-Adha and the three days after it. 

It is better to hasten to offer the sacrifice after the ‘Eid prayer , as the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to do, then the first thing he would eat on the day of ‘Eid would be meat from his sacrifice.

7 Families can share in Cow and Camel. But Goat and Sheep can’t be shared with. They will be allowed on behalf a single person and his close family.

Sheep

Cow 1/7 Share - Nepal

Cow Full - Nepal

Cow 1/7 Share - Chad

Cow Full - Chad​

Camel 1/7 Share - Chad

Camel Full - Chad​​

$1,342

$1,342

$1,342

$1,342

Feed Poor

‘Aqeeqah refers to the sacrifice that is offered on behalf of the newborn on the seventh day after birth. It is prescribed to slaughter two goats / sheep for a newborn boy and one goats / sheep for a girl. The best time for offering the ‘Aqeeqah is seven days after birth.

Single meal for a poor person | Beneficiaries: 1 person

$6

Single meal for a poor family | Beneficiaries: 7 persons

$38

Raw meat is distributed | Beneficiaries: 10 - 15

$69

Cooked and distributed | Beneficiaries: 30 - 40

$138

Raw meat is distributed | Beneficiaries: 10 - 15

$115

Cooked and distributed | Beneficiaries: 30 - 40

$183

Raw meat is distributed | Beneficiaries: 75 - 100

$729

Cooked and distributed | Beneficiaries: 150 - 200

$1,189

Raw meat is distributed | Beneficiaries: 100 - 150

$1,342

Cooked and distributed | Beneficiaries: 200 - 250

$1,918

One month's food for a poor Muslim family in Chad (Central Africa)

$192

Ifthaar 'Saaim in Nepal

$4

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