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Damilola Sadiq ibn Owodunni (Lagos, Nigeria || Eastern Province, KSA)
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One Udhiyah is sufficient on behalf of a man and the members of his household


Q: I am married, praise be to Allah, and I have children. I live in a city other than the city in which my family lives, but on holidays I go to the city where my family is. On ŭEid-ul-Adha (the Festival of the Sacrifice), my children and I came five days before the ŭEid but we did not offer the Ud-hiyah (sacrificial animal offered by non-pilgrims) even though I am able to, praise be to Allah.

Is it permissible for me to offer Ud-hiyah? Is my fatherŭs Ud-hiyah valid on behalf of myself and my wife and children? What is the ruling on Ud-hiyah for the one who is financially able? Is it obligatory on the one who is not able? Is it permissible to take a loan in order to offer the Ud-hiyah? A.A.Sh. Rafhaŭ the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

A: The Ud-hiyah is a Sunnah (supererogatory act of worship following the example of the Prophet), not Wajib (obligatory), and one sheep is sufficient on behalf of a man and the members of his household, because the Prophet (peace be upon him) used to sacrifice two-horned rams that were white speckled with black, every year; one on behalf of himself and the members of his household, and the other on behalf of those among his Ummah (nation based on one creed) who believe in the Oneness of Allah.

If you, dear questioner, are living in a separate house, then the Ud-hiyah offered by your father on behalf of himself and the members of his household is not sufficient for you, because you are not living with them in the same house. It is prescribed for you to offer Ud-hiyah on behalf of yourself and your family. There is nothing wrong with a Muslim taking a loan to offer Ud-hiyah if he is able to repay it. May Allah grant us all success

Internet Source: alifta.com (via AbdurRahman Meda)
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Giving a part of Ud-hiyah/Aqeeqah meat to non-Muslim neighbors

Q 1: If a neighbor is a Kafir (non-Muslim), but he never disturbs me with regard to ŭIbadah (worship); is it permissible to give him from the Ud-hiyah (sacrificial animal offered by non-pilgrims) and from the ŭAqiqah (sacrifice for a newborn)? Respected Shaykh, we hope you will clarify this issue for us.

A: It is permissible to give a Kafir from the meat of an Ud-hiyah or ŭAqiqah, as a way of showing kindness to the neighbor and fulfilling our Islamic duty as neighbors.

May Allah grant us success! May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet, his family and Companions!

Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Iftaŭ
Chairman - Abdul-`Aziz ibn Abdullah ibn Baz
Deputy Chairman - Abdul-Razzaq Afify  
Member         - Abdullah ibn Ghudayyan        

Internet Source : Fatwas > [url=http://alifta.com/Fatawa/FatawaChapters.aspx?View=Tree&NodeID=126&PageNo=1&BookID=10]Dhul-Hijjah Fatwas[/url] > Giving a part of Ud-hiyah to non-Muslim neighbors (via AbdurRahman Meda)
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Is combing hair permissible for one intending to offer Ud-hiyah?

Q: Can Muslim women who want to offer Ud-hiyah (sacrificial animal offered by non-pilgrims) use a comb to arrange their hair?

A: The basic rule is that if a Muslim wants to offer the sacrifice for oneself or their family, one must not trim the nails or cut the hair once the month of Dhul-Hijjah has started. As for using a comb, there is nothing wrong in this, but one must try to use it gently in a way that does not result in breaking off any hair.

Source: [url=http://www.alifta.org/Fatawa/FatawaChapters.aspx?View=Page&PageID=125&PageNo=1&BookID=10]alifta.com[/url]  

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Q: I hear some people reciting Takbir (saying: "Allahu Akbar [Allah is the Greatest]") after each Salah (Prayer) during the Days of Tashriq (11th, 12th and 13th of Dhul-Hijjah) until the ŭAsr (Afternoon) Prayer of the third day. Is this correct or not?

A: It is prescribed to recite an unrestricted [in terms of time. Ed] or a restricted Takbir during ŭEid-ul-Adha (the Festival of the Sacrifice). The unrestricted Takbir can be recited at any time from the beginning of Dhul-Hijjah until the last Day of Tashriq. The restricted Takbir should be recited after the Obligatory Daily Prayers starting from the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer of the Day of ŭArafah until the ŭAsr Prayer on the last Day of Tashriq. The evidence for the permissibility of doing this is the Ijmaŭ (consensus of scholars) and the practice of the Sahabah (Companions of the Prophet, may Allah be pleased with them).
May Allah grant us success! May peace and blessings be upon our ProphetMuhammad, his family, and Companions!

Permanent Committee for Scholarly Research and Iftaŭ
Chairman - Abdul-`Aziz ibn Abdullah ibn Baz
Deputy Chairman - Abdul-Razzaq Afify  
Member         - Abdullah ibn Ghudayyan    

Source: [url=http://alifta.com/Fatawa/FatawaChapters.aspx?View=Page&PageID=124&PageNo=1&BookID=10]alifta.com[/url]  






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