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The month of Dhul Hijjah is a special time for Muslims across the globe. It is the time of year when we remember the ever-inspiring life story of the Prophet Ibrahim (as) and the great sacrifices he made to demonstrate his devotion and love for Allah (swt).
Every year during the month of Dhul Hijjah, Muslims around the world sacrifice an animal and the meat is distributed to families in need. For the thousands of families living in besieged areas and inadequate camps, assess to meat is near non-existent.
Syria Relief has been carrying out Qurbani in Syria and the neighbouring regions for the last 10 years. Given the challenging circumstances, Qurbani in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen is never the cheapest option - but a true sacrifice worth its name will never be the easiest option.
It is only through your Qurbani donations that displaced families can celebrate the joy of Eid and share a delicious, nutritious meal. By choosing Syria Relief to deliver your Qurbani, you won’t just be giving people meat, you’ll be giving them hope.
What is Qurbani?
Qurbani is the religious sacrifice of sheep, goats, and cattle between the tenth and twelfth days of Dhul Hijjah.
Who benefits from Qurbani?
By giving your Qurbani, you are fulfilling your religious obligation to provide quality, nutritious food to the poorest families in Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen.
Who should pay for Qurbani?
All Muslim adults who are eligible to pay Zakat and are financially able to do so should make the sacrifice.
When should I donate my Qurbani?
You can donate from now up until Eid al-Adha. Many of our donors choose to donate in the days of Dhul Hijjah. This year, Eid will most likely be on 20th July 2021.
When will my Qurbani be distributed?
Your Qurbani will be distributed throughout the three days of Eid al-Adha
How much does Qurbani in Syria, Yemen, and Lebanon cost?
Given the challenging circumstances, Qurbani in Syria, Lebanon and Yemen is never the cheapest option - but a true sacrifice worth its name will never be the easiest option. £150 in Syria and Lebanon and £130 in Yemen.
How do I donate online?
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