As the holy festival of Eid al-Adha approaches, the Islamic community all over the world prepares for the traditional practice of Qurbani, the ritual sacrifice of an animal in honor of Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail at the command of Allah. This year, an online Qurbani shop based in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan, is offering its services to the people of St. Davids, United Kingdom, to donate their Qurbani to the poorest people of Balochistan, Pakistan. The shop provides a range of Qurbani services, including the purchase of animals from poor people and distribution of meat to the needy, along with other services like Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat, all with visual proof of performing and distribution.
The online Qurbani shop aims to provide a hassle-free, secure, and reliable way for Muslims in St. Davids, United Kingdom, to perform their Qurbani and contribute to the welfare of the people of Balochistan, Pakistan. By choosing to donate their Qurbani through the online shop, Muslims in St. Davids can be assured that their sacrifice will reach the most deserving people, and the entire process will be transparent and accountable.
The shop purchases the animals for Qurbani directly from poor people in Balochistan, Pakistan, providing them with a fair price for their livestock. This approach not only helps the poor people in the region earn a livelihood, but it also ensures that the animals are healthy and well-cared for before the sacrifice. The shop also takes care of all the necessary arrangements for the Qurbani, including the slaughtering, skinning, and distribution of the meat to the needy.
In addition to Qurbani, the online shop also offers other services like Aqiqah, the Islamic tradition of sacrificing an animal on the birth of a child, Sadqa, the act of voluntary charity, Fitr, the donation of a fixed amount of money or food to the needy at the end of Ramadan, and Khirat, the donation of money or goods to a mosque or religious institution. The shop provides visual proof of performing and distribution of these services, giving donors complete transparency and assurance that their contributions are reaching the intended recipients.
The online shop has a dedicated team of workers who are trained to handle the Qurbani process with utmost care and professionalism. They ensure that the animals are treated with respect and dignity, and the slaughtering is performed according to Islamic principles. The workers then carefully skin the animals, cut the meat into appropriate portions, and distribute it to the needy people of Balochistan, Pakistan. The shop also provides the option for donors to personally witness the Qurbani process through live streaming or video recording.