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Qurban is the slaughtering of animals such as camels, cows and goats performed on the day of Eid Adha, which is on 10th Zulhijjah (after the Eid Adha prayers) and in the following days of Tasyrik which is on 11th, 12th , 13th Zulhijjah.
- Independent (not from slave)
The law of performing Qurban is SUNAT MU’AKKADAH – that is highly required to do.
- Qurban on the basis of a Will left by the deceased
- Qurban Nazr based on a vowed that to be fulfilled.
- Qurban Ta’yin, which is the intended Qurban on a particular animal.
It is not recommended to perform Qurban on a person who has passed away, except there’s a will made by the deceased.
Yes, with the purpose of educating children do it and (in the meantime) parents should guide children how to make intention to Qurban.
One (1) part of cow only for one (1) participant name only. But it is obligatory for the participant to intend (prayer) to donate the reward of the Qurban to other members of their family.
Yes, but must tell the person for he/she to make intention to do Qurban.
For example: a child performs Qurban for his parents who are in the hometown. So his parents need to make intention, so that the Qurban are perfect.
A representative agreement(Akad) must be made for the person who entrust the implementation of Qurban to the secretariat of the Qurban program. The representative agreement(Akad) is also sufficient with the intention of the Qurban participants.
If long-term financial debts such as house installments, car installments, etc. are not included in the category of debt in question. Debt that burdens himself so much that he cannot afford to buy food or basic necessities of life, then there is no need for him to perform Qurban.
It is not recommended, because the meat is based on the slaughter of worship.
Advisable(Sunnah) does not cut the nails, drop any hair and is also adviseable(Sunnah) to make pray starting from 1 Zulhijjah until the Qurban is performed.
Yes, depending on his ability.
It is necessary, because Muslims are highly required to perform Qurban every year.
Qurban performed in his/her own place (qariah), slaughtering his/her own sacrificial animal, seeing the slaughter of the Qurban (represent), distributing his/her own Qurban meat. The best sacrificial animals are the ones with the most meat. The best sacrificial animals were camels, followed by cows and goats.
Yes. If the time of Qurban is near, it is better to perform Qurban first because Qurban can only be done only on 10-13 Zulhijjah every year. While Aqiqah can be implement at any time of the year. If capable can be implement both at once.