Should he offer a sacrifice (udhiya/qurbaani) or give the price of the sacrifice to his poor sick relative so that he can get treatment?
She did not offer udhiya (qurbani) for years; should she make it up now?
What should the one who wants to offer a sacrifice refrain from doing?
If they have shares in a sacrifice, is it essential for each one to eat some of his sacrifice?
Is the udhiyah obligatory for the pilgrim doing Hajj?
his hair cut after the first ten days of Dhu’l-Hijjah began
The sacrifice was injured before it was slaughtered.
It is essential that the sacrificial animal be slaughtered by a Muslim with the intention of offering a sacrifice (udhiyah)
Does the intention of offering ‘aqeeqah count for the udhiyah as well, and vice versa?
Is it prescribed for the pilgrim to offer an udhiyah?
Slaughtering the sacrifice is better than giving its price in charity
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
Offering udhiyah on behalf of the dead
The time for udhiyah (sacrifice)
For how many people is the udhiyah sufficient?