Qurbani is an important Islamic tradition where Muslims around the world sacrifice an animal, usually a goat, sheep, cow or camel, during the annual festival of Eid al-Adha. The meat is divided into three parts: one part is given to the poor and needy, one part is shared with friends and family, and the remaining part is kept by the person who performed the sacrifice.
In Turkey, the Qurbani Shop is an online platform that allows individuals to purchase an animal for sacrifice during Eid al-Adha. The Qurbani Shop ensures that the animals are ethically and humanely raised and slaughtered in accordance with Islamic principles.
The Qurbani Shop also partners with humanitarian organizations such as the Alkhidmat Foundation to distribute the meat to those in need, particularly in Balochistan, Pakistan. Balochistan is a poverty-stricken region with a high population of people living below the poverty line. Through this partnership, the Qurbani Shop is able to support those in need and help alleviate poverty in the region.
Individuals can choose to perform their Qurbani through the Qurbani Shop by selecting the animal of their choice and making a payment online. The Qurbani Shop then arranges for the animal to be slaughtered and the meat to be distributed to those in need.
By using the Qurbani Shop, individuals are able to perform their religious obligation while also supporting a good cause and helping those less fortunate in Balochistan, Pakistan