Qurbani is the Arabic word for sacrifice. Muslims all across the world sacrifice an animal — a goat, sheep, cow or camel – every year during the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail for the sake of Allah.
Last year, your Qurbani reached over 368,000 people in the world's poorest countries thanks to your generous gifts. Qurbani was spread in countries ranging from Syria, Yemen and Palestine to Pakistan, Kashmir and a few African countries.
This year, we aim to aid more people across the world, including those in Palestine/Gaza, Syria, and Yemen who are suffering from poverty and oppression. We'd also like to share our joy with others whose suffering isn't being addressed by the world's media right now. Nobody should have to go hungry, especially during the Eid ul-Adha feast.
Please join us this year as we share Qurbani with the world's poorest people and make Eid a joyful occasion for them. Every head of household who can afford it is required to perform the Qurbani. As a bare minimum, each family head must sacrifice a sheep or 1 share of a cow.
Give your Qurbani today from as little as £20.
The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “Whoever offers a sacrifice after the (Eid) prayer, has completed his rituals (of Qurbani) and has succeeded in following the ways of the muslims.” (Bukhari)