2021 – EID UL ADHA QURBANI IN PAKISTAN

“It is neither their flesh nor their blood that reaches Allah; it is your piety that reaches Him.” (Quran 22:37)

Sameera Foundation is arranging a limited Qurbani arrangement (about  5 cattle) for our members and donors for the benefit of disabled, orphans, widows and the poor sector of villages in Pakistan. It is estimated that one share in an average sacrificial cow could cost about £75 (US$95 or Rs15,000). The healthy animal will be slaughtered in the presence of our local Masjid Sheikhs and committee members. The sacrificial meat will be distributed for disabled, orphans, widows & poor families under the supervision of Foundation Volunteers.

The donor will be provided the photo of the sacrificial cattle  along with a banner showing the names of the participant/ participants for that particular Qurbani. The photos of our previous Qurbani project can be seen at the following links:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/sameerafoundation/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1646635438833149

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3418307341533281&id=100000621459893

 https://www.facebook.com/pg/sameerafoundation/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1314233992073297&__tn__=-UC-R

Please let us know in advance so that we could buy the suitable numbers of sacrificial cattle (cow or bull) for this purpose. Please,  contribute up to 10th  of July 2021.   The amount can be paid to:

Sameera Foundation, Sort code: 20 76 89; Account No. 40338427  (ref Qurbani4pak) or

IBAN:  GB52 BUKB 2076 8940 3384 27.

You could also pay on our website: www.sameerafoundation.org

 Qurbani – Sacrifice, commonly known as Qurbani, means slaughter of an animal to follow the Sunnah of Prophet Ibrahim ‘alayhis salaam’ on the 10th, 11th or 12th of the Islamic month of Zil Hijjah (around 19th  July 2021).

It is permissible for seven persons to share a sacrificial cow or a camel on the condition that no one’s share is less than one seventh and their intention is to offer Qurbani.

Who deserves the Qurbani?

  • Needy families who are unable to afford Qurbani and/or meat.
  • Lower middle class families who are unable to afford Qurbani .
  • Institutions such as orphanage, religious schools or low funded social groups

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