She intended to offer an udhiyah then she changed her mind; can she do that?
Can an unmarried woman offer the udhiyah (sacrifice) on her own behalf?
Is it permissible to offer a pregnant animal as an udhiyah?
Is it permissible for the one who wants to offer an udhiyah to comb her hair using a hairdryer?
If a person wants to delay the udhiyah until the days of at-tashreeq (11th, 12th and 13th of Dhu’l-Hijjah), is it haraam for him to remove anything of his hair and nails?
One udhiyah is sufficient on behalf of both spouses and the members of their household
Should he give precedence to his father over himself with regard to the price of the udhiyah so that his father can offer the sacrifice, by way of honouring him?
Can the pilgrim remove something from his hair if he wants to offer an udhiyah?
Does haraam wealth affect the acceptance of the sacrifice (udhiyah) if it was bought by a group, some of whose wealth is haraam?
Ruling on one who offers an udhiyah but does not pray
Guidelines on the definition of the household for which one udhiyah is sufficient
Is it permissible to give meat from the udhiyah to a non-Muslim neighbour?
Is it permissible for the one who is going to offer an udhiyah to remove any of his hair before offering the udhiyah, if he has a legitimate excuse?
How old should the sacrificial animal be?
Who is obliged to offer the udhiyah (sacrifice)? Is being male one of the conditions?