Sacrifices

33613 - There is nothing wrong with the person who has been appointed to slaughter the sacrificial animal cutting his hair during the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah 36596 - Offering udhiyah on behalf of the dead 36651 - The time for udhiyah (sacrifice) 36387 - For how many people is the udhiyah sufficient? 45757 - Sharing in a sacrifice 106597 - The age that the animal should have reached for hadiy and udhiyah 36663 - The best kinds of animals for udhiyah 37039 - A sheep whose fatty tail has been cut off is not fit to be offered as a sacrifice 45771 - Is it permissible to share in a sacrifice even if some of them just want the meat? 47030 - Selling a sacrificial animal, and the acceptable age for an animal for ‘aqeeqah 83381 - If a man or a woman wants to offer the sacrifice, they should refrain from cutting their hair and nails 106630 - Ruling on slaughtering one animal for both udhiyah and ‘aqeeqah 126013 - If his family offer an udhiyah on his behalf whilst he is on Hajj, does he have to offer another udhiyah? 69917 - His sacrificial animal fell and he slaughtered it before it died; does it still count as a sacrifice? 3967 - How should the Udhiya (sacrificial meat) be divided between what is to be eaten and what is to be given in charity? 33818 - If he cuts his hair during the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah, he has done something wrong but his sacrifice is still valid 71275 - Ruling on sacrificing camels other than an’aam animals 45544 - One sacrifice is sufficient on behalf of all the members of a household 85039 - He is staying in a land where Islamic slaughter is banned; can he give the price of the udhiyah in charity? 33743 - The family of the one who is offering a sacrifice may cut their hair or nails during the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah