Those who refer to the verses of the Qur’an about the traditional sacrifice called Eid-ul-Azhar, see if there is anything about animal sacrifice at certain times of the year? Below are the verses are as follows:
Surga in As-Saffat 37 And: Ayat 107108
(a 107-) wfdynh bdhbh zym
(108) wtrkna lyh fy lakhryn
(a 107-) and I have a great slaughter / sacrifice made him free.
(108) And We made him of the later ones.
(107) And We ransomed him with a momentous sacrifice:
(108) And We left (this blessing) for him among generations (to come) in later times:
Al-Ma’idah 5: Ayat 27
(27 And) wtl lyhm nba bny adm blhq adh qrba qrbana ftqbl ahdhma wlm ytqbl mn mn mn llh ytqbl anma lakhr qal qal laqtlnk lmtqyn
(27 And) And the two sons of Adam to describe the truth, when they both offered an offering. Then it was taken from one of them, and not from the other. He said, ‘Of course I will kill you.’ Another said, “Allah only accepts from the pious.”
(27) Recite to them the truth of the story of the two sons of Adam. Behold! they each presented a sacrifice (to Allah): It was accepted from one, but not from the other. Said the latter: “Be sure I will slay thee.” “Surely,” said the former, “Allah doth accept the sacrifice of those who are righteous.
Şura Aal-e-to Imran 3 And: Ayat, India 183
(, India 183) ldhyn qalwa an llh hd alyna ala nwmn lrswl hty yatyna bqrban taklh lnar Qul qd jakm rsl mn qbly blbynt wbldhy qltm flm qtltmwhm an kntm sdqyn
(, India 183) who say, “Allah He promised us that we would not believe in any messenger until he brought us a sacrifice that would be consumed by fire. ‘ Say: Messengers have come to you before me with clear proofs and with what you say. So why did you kill them if you were truthful? ‘
183) They (also) said: “Allah took our promise not to believe in a messenger unless He showed us a sacrifice consumed by Fire (From heaven).” Say: “There came to you messengers before me, with clear Signs and even with what ye ask for: why then did you slay them, if ye speak the truth?”
Does the above verses refer to the traditional sacrifice called Eid-ul-Azhar? The
Qur’an provides for animal
sacrifice during Hajj:
Sura Al-Hajj 22 :. 2738 Aytat
(27 And) wadhn fy lnas blhj yatwk rjala wly damr yatyn mn kl kl fj myq
(28 And) lyshhdwa mnf lhm wydhkrwa sm llh ayam fy mlwmt rzqhm ly ma mn bhymt lanm fklwa mnha watmwa lbays lfqyr
(29 And) thm lyqdwa tfthhm wlywfwa ndhwrhm wlytwfwa blbyt ltyq
(, 30,) dhlk wmn yzm hrmt llh fhw khyr lh nd rbh wahlt lkm lanm ala ma ytly lykm fjtnbwa lrjs mn lawthn wjtnbwa qwl lzwr
(31,) hnfa llh ghyr mshrkyn bh wmn yshrk bllh fkanma bh thwy lryh fy mn aw lsma ftkhtfh ltyr khr mkan shyq
(32 And) dhlk llh fanha mn wmn yzm shyr tqwy lqlwb
(33 And) lkm fyha mnf aly aly lbyt ltyq mhlha ajl msmy thm
(34 And) wlkl amt jlna mnska lydhkrwa sm llh ly ma rzqhm mn bhymt lanm falhkm alh whd flh aslmwa wbshr lmkhbtyn
(, 35,) ldhyn adha dhkr llh wjlt qlwbhm wlsbryn ly ma asabhm wlmqymy lslwt wmma rzqnhm ynfqwn
(36 to) wlbdn jlnha lkm mn shyr llh لكم فيها خير فٱذكروا ٱسم ٱلله عليها صواف فإذا وجبت جنوبها فكلوا منها وأطعموا ٱلقانع وٱلمعتر كذلك سخرنها لكم لعلكم تشكرون
(37 And) ln ynal llh lhwmha wla dmawha wlkn ynalh ltqwy mnkm kdhlk skhrha lkm ltkbrwa llh ly ma hdykm wbshr lmhsnyn
(, 38,) an llh ydf n ldhyn amnwa an llh la yhb kl khwan kfwr
(27 And) ‘and to mankind the Hajj declares give They will come to you on foot and on lean camels.
(28) That they may appear in their places of well-being, and that they may remember the name of Allah on certain days over the sustenance which He has given them for cattle. Then eat from it and feed the needy. ‘
(29) “Then let them purify themselves, fulfill their vows, and circumambulate the ancient house.”
(30) This is the law, and whoever respects the sacred ordinances ordained by Allah, it is better for him in the sight of his Lord. And cattle are made lawful for you; Except what is recited to you. So refrain from the impurity of idolatry and refrain from lying.
(31) Be sincere to God and do not associate anyone with Him. And whoever associates anything with Allah, let him fall from the sky. Then the bird grabbed him and the wind blew him away.
(32) This is the law of God; Whoever honors the revelations of Allah, it is from the piety of the heart.
(33) These four-legged animals are good for you for an appointed time, then their place of sacrifice will be near the ancient house.
(34) I have made for every nation a law of sacrifice; So that they may remember the name of Allah over the animals which He has provided for them. Your God is one God; So submit to Him; And give glad tidings to the obedient ones,
(35) Those whose hearts tremble at the mention of Allah, those who are patient in their distress, those who keep up prayer and spend out of what We have provided for them.
(36) And We have made the camel of the sacrifice one of the signs of Allah for you; Therein is good for you. So recite the name of Allah over them while they are standing in rows, and eat from them when they fall down. Give food to the needy, who do not reach out to the people, and to the needy. Thus have I made them subservient to you; So that you may be grateful.
(37) Their flesh and blood do not reach Allah; Rather, your piety is to reach Him. Thus He has made them subservient to you, that you may recite the Glorious Praises of Allah, for He has guided you; So give good news to the doers of good.
(38) GOD protects the believers, and He does not like the ungrateful.
(27) “And proclaim the Pilgrimage among men: they will come to thee on foot and (mounted) on every kind of camel, lean on account of journeys through deep and distant mountain highways;
(28) “That they may witness the benefits (provided) for them, and celebrate the name of Allah, through the Days appointed, over the cattle which He has provided for them (for sacrifice): then eat ye thereof and feed the distressed ones in want.
(29) “Then let them complete the rites prescribed for them, perform their vows, and (again) circumambulate the Ancient House.”
(30) Such (is the Pilgrimage): whoever honors the sacred rites of Allah, for him it is good in the Sight of his Lord. Lawful to you (for food in Pilgrimage) are cattle, except those mentioned to you (as exception): but shun the abomination of idols, and shun the word that is false, –
(31) Being true in faith to Allah, and never assigning partners to Him: if anyone assigns partners to Allah, is as if he had fallen from heaven and been snatched up by birds, or the wind had swooped (like a bird on its prey) and thrown him into a far-distant place.
(32) Such (is his state): and whoever holds in honor the symbols of Allah, (in the sacrifice of animals), such (honor) should come truly from piety of heart.
(33) In them ye have benefits for a term appointed: in the end their place of sacrifice is near the Ancient House.
(34) To every people did We appoint rites (of sacrifice), that they might celebrate the name of Allah over the sustenance He gave them from animals (fit for food). But your god is One God: submit then your wills to Him (in Islam): and give thou the good news to those who humble themselves, –
(35) To those whose hearts when Allah is mentioned, are filled with fear, who show patient perseverance over their afflictions, keep up regular prayer, and spend (in charity) out of what we have bestowed upon them.
(36) The sacrificial camels we have made for you as among the symbols from Allah: in them is (much) good for you: then pronounce the name of Allah over them as they line up (for sacrifice): when they are down on their sides (after slaughter), eat ye thereof, and feed such as (beg not but) live in contentment, and such as beg with due humility: thus have We made animals subject to you, that ye may be grateful.
(37) It is not their meat nor their blood, that reaches Allah: it is your piety that reaches Him: He has thus made them subject to you, that ye may glorify Allah for His Guidance to you and proclaim the good news to all who do right.
(38) Verily Allah will defend (from ill) those who believe: verily, Allah loveth not any that is a traitor to faith, or show ingratitude.
If anyone knows from the above verses whether we have received Qurbani in the name of the traditional Eid-ul-Azhar, prove it with verses from the Qur’an.
♦ ️ ♦ If there was a sacrifice in the Qur’an called the traditional Eid-ul-Azhar, would the traditional sacrifice be performed according to the Qur’an
because all worship has to be done privately and each person will suffer the consequences individually. But in the conventional Qurbani, almost everyone sacrifices an animal in different parts, is it
true that the Qur’an says to take the name of Allah at the time of slaughtering the animal, but the conventional religion buys the animal before uttering the name of Allah and recites the names of the partners, is it not shirk?
In worship, one fears Allah with humility in a solemn atmosphere. But in the name of the traditional Eid-ul-Azhar, instead of worship, there is a hustle and bustle, a dirty competition to buy a big animal, a display of desire and a festival of eating beef or mutton. Is it worship?