The birth of a child is a joyous occasion for every family. It is a sunnah of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ that when a baby is born the parents should perform aqeeqah for the child by slaughtering two goats or sheep for a boy and one sheep or goat for a girl.
It is mustahab is to perform the sacrifice on the seventh day after the child is born although there is no harm in performing it earlier or later.
When placing your order, if you prefer the aqeeqah to be done on any preferred date, please mention it in the notes section.
The animal for aqeeqah must meet all the conditions of a qurbani animal. We will ensure at the time of selecting your animal, all conditions are met.
Qurbani is an obligation that we are commanded to perform by Allah (SWT). Therefore, it is vital that we follow the Qurbani meat distribution rules and regulations. Below is a brief guide to the rules and recommendations of Qurbani;
Qurbani must be given on 10th, 11th and 12th days of Dhul-Hijjah Sacrifices can only be made after the Eid prayer (sacrifices made before do not count as Qurbani) Any able Muslim should give Qurbani, especially those that have reached the age of puberty and hold wealth above the threshold of 52.5 tolas of silver
Animals for sacrifice must meet minimum age and health requirements Qurbani sacrifices must be given in three shares - one for you, one for family or friends and one for an impoverished family