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Give your Qurban with Zakat House.

Make a meaningful difference this Eid by selecting where and how your Qurban donation is utilised, ensuring your generosity reaches those who need it most.


Share Eid Ul Adha's true meaning by helping the needy worldwide.

By contributing your Qurban to Zakat House, you will empower the most needy communities in Lebanon, Asia and Africa to partake in the joy of Eid. Eid represents a rare opportunity for families to eat meat, as they might not have access to it for the rest of the year.

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Feed the needy & fulfil your Qurban with Zakat House this year.

Your Qurban donation goes beyond fulfilling a religious duty – it will be a gift of smiles and celebrations. For many children in Asia and Africa, such a feast comes just once a year. Help make this Eid unforgettable for them.
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Questions about Qurban?

Frequently Asked Questions

Qurban, also known as Udhiyya, refers to the act of sacrificing an animal during Eid al-Adha to get closer to Allah (swt) and follow the tradition established by Prophet Ibrahim and Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings of Allah (swt) be on them both. It is considered a significant act of worship in Islam.

The Prophet Muhammed (peace and blessing be on him) said: “The greatest of days before Allah is the Day of Sacrifice” (Sahih Abu Dawud)

Qurban is mandatory for every financially capable head of the Muslim family. It involves sacrificing a permissible animal, such as a sheep, goat, cow, or camel.

The sacrifice should be performed after the Eid prayer on the 10th of the Arabic month, Dhul Hijjah and can be done until the sunset of the 13th of Dhul Hijjah. It’s important that the Qurban is performed within these days to fulfil the obligation properly.

Yes, it is permissible for multiple individuals to collectively contribute to the Qurban sacrifice of a larger animal like a cow or camel. According to Islamic tradition, up to seven people can share one large animal.

Most scholars consider Qurban a Sunnah Mu’akkadah (a highly recommended act) and, according to some, mandatory for those who have the financial capability and are also the head of the household. If you fall into this category, you should consider performing Qurban.

No, you do not have to perform the sacrifice of your Qurban personally. It is permissible and quite common for individuals to delegate this task to a reputable charitable organisation, such as Zakat House, especially if personal circumstances make it difficult to perform the sacrifice themselves.

In Sahih Bukhari, it is recorded that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) permitted someone who could not perform the sacrifice due to sickness or other reasons to have another person perform it on his behalf.

With Zakat House, you can be ensured that your Qurban is performed according to Islamic guidelines and that the meat is distributed among those in need, fulfilling both the spiritual obligation of the sacrifice and its charitable aspect.

Help feed thousands on Eid by donating your Qurban with Zakat House

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