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Qurbani (or Udiyah in Arabic) is the sacrifice of an animal on Eid-ul-Adha. It marks the conclusion of Hajj and honours the tradition of the Prophet Ibrahim (alaihis salaam) who was prepared to sacrifice his son, Ismail (a.s.), for Allah. Barring a few exceptions, every sane, able, adult Muslim is required to perform Qurbani, so every year our team across the country carry out Qurbanis on your behalf and distribute the meat to the poorest and most vulnerable

Sharing with the Ummah

As well as honouring the Sunnah of Ibrahim (a.s.), Qurbani is also a means of looking after the vulnerable and disadvantaged at the time of Eid-ul-Adha. Due to the relative lack of poverty in our country, many people prefer to have their Qurbani performed where the need is greater, so the most vulnerable in the Ummah – such as widows, orphans, the elderly and refugees – can share in the blessings of these days.

Book Your Qurbani In Time

Qurbani must be carried out on the three days of Eid-ul-Adha - which is expected in 2021 to be on or around July 20 - so when you book Qurbani with us our teams across the country buy the necessary animals in advance and arrange for their sacrifice, in accordance with Shariah, at the prescribed time before distributing the meat to those most in need. It’s essential that you book your Qurbani in advance to ensure we can fulfill your obligation.