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Eid al-Adha message and words! Sacrifice prayer, how is the sacrifice sacrificed, who cuts it, how is it distributed?

During the sacrificial slaughter, people can both harm themselves and cause animals to suffer. As in the rest of the world, thousands of our believing citizens all over our country will sacrifice to fulfill their qurban worship. So, how is the victim sacrificed, how is the victim sacrificed according to Islamic methods? Until which day of Eid is it permissible to sacrifice an animal?

With the coming of the Eid-al-Adha, believers wonder how the sacrifice is sacrificed according to Islamic methods, how the meat of the sacrifice is distributed (shared), and what are the prayers to be read while slaughtering the sacrifice. Sacrifices are slaughtered in accordance with the method and method of slaughtering animals determined by Islam. So how should meat be divided?

HOW IS THE VICTOR CUT?

For slaughtering, the knife is prepared and sharpened in advance and placed in a place where the animal cannot see it. Then the animal is laid on its left side with its feet and face facing the qibla. Provided that the right hind leg of the animal remains free, the other legs are tied. After that, takbir and tehlîl are uttered. Then , saying “ Bismillahi Allahu Akbar ”, a knife is stabbed in the neck of the animal. The trachea and esophagus and two main veins called carotid artery are cut.

The animal is allowed to cool, bleed, and then skinned. It is mandub for the victim to slaughter the animal himself if he can. If he can’t cut it himself, he can cut it for a Muslim. The animal is taken to the place to be slaughtered without being hurt. Except for the camel, the camels are slowly laid on their left side against the qibla. All three legs are attached for convenience. What will cut next:

“ Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar, la ilaha illallahu vellahu akbar, Allahu akbar wa Lillahilhamd. He says ” Bismillahi Allahu Akbar ” and cuts without interruption with a large and sharp knife. Even if he only cuts it by saying ” Bismillahi Allahu Akbar “. In order to make a cut properly, the animal’s esophagus and trachea and two jugular veins must be cut. After the sacrifice is sacrificed, the owner performs two rak’ahs of prayer for the sake of Allah, and then prays and makes requests from Allah.

The most frequently asked questions and answers about the victim…

What does sacrifice mean, what is its ruling?

Sacrifice, which means approaching in the dictionary, means something that brings closer to Allah, as a religious term, refers to the slaughter of an animal that meets certain conditions, duly on the days of the Eid-al-Adha, and the animal that is slaughtered for this purpose.

The believer, who is considered to be smart, free, resident and rich according to religious criteria, sacrifices his sacrifice in order to gain divine consent. In this way, he not only helps those who are in poor financial condition and cannot sacrifice an animal, but also gets closer to God Almighty.

The worship of sacrifice has been going on for centuries as one of the worships that are considered the motto of Islamic societies. Sacrifice is also a sign that a Muslim is ready to sacrifice his entire existence for the sake of Allah when necessary.
According to the Hanafi sect, sacrifice is wajib, and according to other sects, it is sunnah-i muakkada. It is stated in religious sources that the Prophet always slaughtered his sacrifice.

WHEN IS THE VICTOR CUT?

Sacrifice (udhiye) is sacrificed on the tenth, eleventh and twelfth days of the month of Dhul-Hijjah, called ayyâm-i nahr (days of sacrificing sacrifice).
The time of sacrifice begins after the prayer is performed in places where Eid prayer is performed, and after the birth of the second dawn in places where Eid prayer is not performed; It continues until the sun sets on the twelfth day of Dhul-Hijjah (the third day of Eid). During this time, sacrifice can be made day and night. However, it is more appropriate to slaughter the victims during the daytime.

DISTRIBUTION OF VICTORY MEAT

Meat can be given to any person, whether he is poor or rich, whether he is a Muslim or not. The general method for the distribution of meat is to leave one-third of the meat at home and give one-third to the neighbors and one-third to the poor. This is mustahab in our religion. It is also permissible to use all of the meat of the sacrifice in one’s own home or to give all of it to the poor. It was deemed appropriate not to distribute the meat of the sacrifice in case the sacrificer does not have sufficient financial situation, the number of children is high or the house is crowded.

1- One-third of it is given as alms to the poor who cannot sacrifice an animal.

2-He leaves the house to treat his relatives and friends who come to his house with one-third.

3- The remaining one third can be allocated as food and alimony for the children of the house.

HOW IS THE VICTOR SHARED?

It is necessary to weigh the meat and share it equally. Oil, offal and anything edible are shared. It is not permissible to divide and become halal without weighing it, it becomes interest. If four of the 7 people are given a leg with the meat, the fifth person is given the skin with the meat, and the sixth person is given the head with the meat, it is permissible to share it without weighing it. It is not necessary to put anything in the seventh. Or, if 7 people hand over the sacrificial cow to someone and say (to slaughter, cut, spend the meat as you wish, we have appointed you as a general proxy), the general representative can give all of the meat to anyone without dividing it, or it can be shared among the partners by decision without weighing it.

After weighing the meat of the victim equally, it is good to draw lots to share. It is permissible and sunnat to draw lots to distribute a property among partners. If the meat of the sacrifice is shared without being weighed and one gives something like a handkerchief, notebook, pen to the other, the sharing is valid.

It is permissible for the partners to cook some of the meat without dividing it and eat it together. The father and son, whose kitchens are the same, must weigh and share the sacrifice that the husband and wife have slaughtered in common. Or, as in Article 1, if someone becomes a general attorney, there is no need for weighing.

What does sacrifice mean, what is its ruling? Who cuts the victim? Is Kurban Fard or Vajib?

Sacrifice, which means something that brings closeness to Allah, as a religious term, refers to the slaughter of an animal that meets certain conditions, in accordance with the rules on the days of Eid-al-Adha, for the purpose of worship, and the animal that is slaughtered for this purpose.

The believer, who is considered to be smart, free, resident and rich according to religious criteria, sacrifices his sacrifice in order to gain divine consent. In this way, he not only helps those who are in poor financial condition and cannot sacrifice an animal, but also gets closer to God Almighty.

The worship of sacrifice has been going on for centuries as one of the worships that are considered the motto of Islamic societies. Sacrifice is also a sign that a Muslim is ready to sacrifice his entire existence for the sake of Allah when necessary.
According to the Hanafi sect, sacrifice is wajib, and according to other sects, it is sunnah-i muakkada. It is stated in religious sources that the Prophet always slaughtered his sacrifice.

Eid-al-Adha message and words full of meaning!

May the most beautiful moments of the most beautiful holidays be a good memory for you not only today but every day! Happy Eid-al-Adha.

Holidays are blessings, hope, longing. Tomorrow is the intention and may your prayers be accepted, may your loved ones always be with you.

Happy Eid Al-Adha, one of the most precious days of mercy and compassion, when the resentful reconcile, the lovers come together.

Open your hands more than ever today. May the angels put roses in your palm, may your heart rejoice. Happy Eid-al-Adha.

May the beautiful face of the night touch your heart, let the nightmares be far away from you, let the angels be at your bedside, let the sun rise to such a night that your prayers will be accepted and you have a blessed Eid al-Adha!

There are rivers in my life, in the waters of which I make my dreams float, I have loved ones in my life, I feel sad when the holidays are apart. Happy holidays!

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