Qurbani is an important Islamic ritual that is performed on Eid-ul-Adha. It involves the sacrifice of an animal, such as a goat, sheep, or cow, to commemorate the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) to sacrifice his son for Allah’s sake. The meat from the sacrifice is then distributed among family, friends, and the poor, with the aim of sharing blessings and promoting unity.
In Balochistan, Pakistan, poverty and deprivation are widespread, with many families struggling to afford basic necessities like food, shelter, and healthcare. To help alleviate the suffering of the poorest people in the region, an online Qurbani shop has been set up, based in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan. The shop offers online Qurbani services to people in Dundee, United Kingdom, who want to donate their Qurbani to the people of Balochistan.
The Qurbani shop in Balochistan purchases animals from poor people in the region, ensuring that the money goes directly to those who need it most. This also helps to support local farmers and promotes sustainable agriculture in the area. Once the animals have been sacrificed, the meat is distributed to needy families, with the help of the Qurbani shop workers.
To ensure transparency and accountability, the Qurbani shop provides visual proof of the Qurbani being performed and the meat being distributed. This helps to build trust with donors and encourages them to continue supporting the cause.
In addition to Qurbani, the shop also offers other services, such as Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat. Aqiqah involves the sacrifice of an animal to celebrate the birth of a child, while Sadqa is a voluntary donation given to help those in need. Fitr is a mandatory donation given at the end of Ramadan, while Khirat is a charitable donation given in memory of a deceased loved one. All of these services are provided with the same level of professionalism and care as the Qurbani service, ensuring that donors’ contributions are used effectively.
The online nature of the Qurbani shop means that donors can easily make their contribution from anywhere in the world. The shop accepts online payments and provides a user-friendly interface for donors to select the type of Qurbani they wish to perform, as well as the animal they want to sacrifice.