Qurbani is a religious obligation for Muslims all around the world, and it is performed during the Eid-ul-Adha festival every year. Muslims who are financially capable are required to perform this sacrifice, which involves slaughtering an animal according to Islamic guidelines and distributing the meat to those in need. However, not everyone has the means to perform Qurbani, especially those living in poverty-stricken areas.
To help address this issue, an online Qurbani shop based in Luni, Sibi, Balochistan, Pakistan, is offering online Qurbani services to people in Perth, Australia. The shop purchases animals from poor farmers in the area and distributes the meat to those in need, including the poorest people in the world who live in Balochistan, Pakistan. This service not only provides people with the opportunity to fulfill their religious obligations, but it also helps to alleviate hunger and poverty in the region.
The online Qurbani shop provides a variety of services, including Aqiqah, Sadqa, Fitr, and Khirat. Aqiqah is the sacrifice of an animal performed when a child is born, and it is often performed to show gratitude to Allah for the blessing of a child. Sadqa is a voluntary act of charity that can be performed at any time, while Fitr is a mandatory charity that is paid during the month of Ramadan. Khirat is the act of giving gifts to the needy, and it is often performed during religious festivals.
The online Qurbani shop provides visual proof of the performance of the sacrifice and the distribution of the meat. Customers can view pictures and videos of the animals being slaughtered and the meat being distributed to those in need. This ensures transparency and accountability and gives customers peace of mind knowing that their Qurbani is being performed and distributed properly.
The online Qurbani shop employs workers who are trained to perform the sacrifice according to Islamic guidelines. They are also trained to handle the animals with care and respect, ensuring that the animals do not suffer unnecessarily. This is in line with the Islamic principle of treating animals with kindness and compassion.
In addition to Qurbani services, the online shop also offers other services, such as the sale of meat, hides, and skins. This provides additional income to the poor farmers in the area and helps to stimulate the local economy.