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Qurbani 2023

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Qurbani – An Obligation in the Way of Allah

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The Tradition of Qurbani in Islam

Qurbani, also known as Udhiya, is an Islamic tradition that involves the sacrifice of an animal, typically a goat, sheep, cow or camel, during the annual Islamic festival of Eid al-Adha. The festival marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Makkah and is celebrated by Muslims worldwide.

The sacrifice is performed in remembrance of the Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail, as an act of obedience to God. According to Islamic tradition, God provided a lamb in place of Ismail, and thus the sacrifice of an animal has become a symbolic gesture of devotion to God and an expression of gratitude for his blessings.

“Their meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you.” (Surah Al-Hajj, 22:37)

The ritual of Qurbani is performed on the 10th, 11th, and 12th days of the Islamic month of Dhul-Hijjah, which is the last month of the Islamic calendar. It is mandatory for all adult Muslims who can afford to do so, and the meat from the sacrifice is distributed among the poor and needy, relatives, and friends.

“We have made sacrificial animals among the symbols of Allah for you. They are of great good to you. So, mention the name of Allah over them as they are lined up for sacrifice, then, when they are lying on their sides, eat of them and feed the contented and the beggar.” (Surah Al-Hajj, 22:36)


Rules & Regulations

There are certain rules and guidelines that must be followed when performing Qurbani. The animal must be healthy, free from any diseases or disabilities, and must be of a certain age and weight. The slaughter must be carried out in a humane and ethical manner, with a sharp knife and with the animal facing Makkah.

The distribution of the meat from the sacrifice is an essential part of the Qurbani tradition. It is recommended that one-third of the meat is given to the poor and needy, one-third to friends and family, and one-third is kept for the person performing the sacrifice.

Qurbani is a significant religious tradition in Islam, and it serves as a reminder of the importance of sacrifice, obedience, and gratitude in the practice of faith. The act of Qurbani also promotes social welfare by encouraging Muslims to share their blessings with those in need and strengthen the bonds of community and compassion.

“On the day of Eid al-Adha, no one performs a more virtuous deed than the person who sacrifices an animal. It will come on the Day of Resurrection with its horns, hair, and hooves. The blood of the sacrifice will be accepted by Allah before it even reaches the ground. So be happy with your sacrifice.” (Tirmidhi, Hadith 1493)


Why Do Qurbani with Forgotten Women!

  • 100% of your money is used for your Qurbani.

  • Your Qurbani is hand-picked by the team.

  • Our buying Expert selects your animal with care.

  • Qurbani is carried out in accordance with the Sunnah.

  • Meat is distributed to the poor who probably haven’t tasted meat in a year.

  • Meat is especially distributed to women who are often overlooked.

  • Personalised pictures and video are provided to you.

The difference in the service we provide is that each animal is hand-picked for you and you will be sent personalised videos and pictures of the whole process of your giving. Please leave your mobile number and name/s for the Qurbani with the order.

Over the years, living in the West we have moved away from the true spirit of giving Qurbani and adopted it as a deed to be done. We should take pride in our giving by offering the best you can offer.

We would like to encourage everyone to move away from choosing the cheapest Qurbani to one that is closer to your affordability because this is your investment for the hereafter.

100% of your donation will go towards your Qurbani.

Qurbani in Afghanistan:

Afghanistan is still under sanctions and one of the poorest countries with over 60% of the population starving due to lack of employment and income and therefore our primary target country for Qurbani as many have not tasted meat since last Eid.

  • 1 share in a cow £85 (US$ 110)
  • Medium Good Quality Sheep £130 (US$ 165)
  • Large Good Quality Sheep £170 (US$ 215)
  • Medium Whole Cow £600 (US$ 750)
  • Large Whole Cow £1200 (US$ 1500)

Qurbani in Syria:

After 12 years of war and displacement, around 5 million Syrians have now sought shelter in free Syria. Women and children displaced by the war and earthquake are currently in Azaz and Idlib.

  • 1 share in a cow £85 (US$ 110)
  • Medium Good Quality Sheep £170 (US$ 215)
  • Medium Whole Cow £750 (US$ 940)

Qurbani in Yemen:

Yemen is yet another war-torn country which was very poor even before the war. The average person is starving and very few opportunities for employment or income exist and for women the situation is far worse.

  • Medium Good Quality Sheep £130 (US$ 162.50)
  • Medium Cow £ 950 (US$ 1200)

Qurbani in Bangladesh:

Bangladesh is a thriving country but the poor are suffering as the trickle-down economy has been stuck at the top for the last couple of decades.

  • 1 Share in a Cow £100 (US$ 125)
  • Medium Whole Cow £700 (US$ 875)
  • Large Whole Cow £1200 (US$ 1500)

Qurbani in Pakistan:

Pakistan is a population of 220 million with large section of Sindh and Baluchistan in deep poverty. The people in these parts live on one meal a day – if that. Majority of these only get to taste meat once a year.

  • Budget Qurbani 1 Share in a Medium Cow £60 (US$ 75)
  • Small Whole Cow £420 (US$ 525)
  • Medium Whole Cow £800 (US$ 1000)
  • Large Whole Cow £2000 (US$ 2500)
  • Medium Whole Goat £100 (US$ 125)
  • Large Whole Goat £160 (US$ 200)


  • 1 small foodpack £30 (US$ 37.50)
  • I full foodpack £60 (US$ 75)
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