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Adaq, Aqiqa, Shukr Qurban

Why Adaq, Aqiqa, Shukr Qurban?

Hasene helps people fulfill their religious deeds and, at the same time, distributes meat of sacrificial animals to those in need. According to data from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, the annual meat consumption per capita is,

  • 4 kg in Bangladesh
  • 4.4 kg in India
  • 6.3 kg in Sri Lanka
  • 7.8 kg in Mozambique
  • 8.1 kg in Gambia
  • 8.5 kg in Ethiopia
  • 8.8 kg in Nigeria
  • 9.6 kg in Tanzania

Sacrificial animals, donated as Adaq, Aqiqah and Shukr Qurbans, are slaughtered in the countries where Hasene is operative and distributed to the needy, orphans and students in dormitories. Slaughter of Adaq, Aqiqah and Shukr Qurbans are performed collectively.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s Adaq ?

Votive means making yourself necessary to do a mubah for the sake of Allah, even if it doesn’t have to be done. Votive is to promise Allah to make a deed a duty by another recipe. Votives made for the sake of Allah are the deeds that must be fulfilled and are valid for Allah.

In Allah Almighty, the Quran says, “Let them practice their admiration.” (Surat al-Hajj, 22:29) has commanded.

What is devoted must be in worship. For example, “I will fast for three days.”, “I will pray as much.” It is permissible and authentic to make a votive saying. Votions are divided into two parts: conditional (outstanding) and non-conditional (illegitimate) votives.

These types are also divided into several parts among themselves, as the Nezir is divided into conditional and non-conditional forms.

1) Conditional votives (outstanding votives):

Votions connected to the realization and execution of some issues. For example: “If my illness passes and I recover, I will fast as much.” or “I’m going to sacrifice so much.” votive made in the form of. Sometimes there are votives that depend on not doing or doing anything.

For example: “If I talk to anyone or something, I will be tempted to do this worship.” votive shaped.

Whenever these connected conditions occur, it is necessary to fulfill the dedication. If the devotee is done before the bound condition is met, for example, “If I have this job, I will fast as much.” If the devoted fasting is kept before the work is done, then the bound condition is formed, the previously fasted fasting must be re-held.

2) Unconditional votives (absolute votives):

Such votives are also divided into two as specific (specific) votives or non-specific (non-specific) votives. For example, “I will fast next Thursday.” unconditional certain votive; “I will fast for ten days.” The votive made by saying, is an unconditional votive.

No matter what kind of votive, these voting must be fulfilled. If not, the debtor will remain. The determined place, person and quantities can be changed.

What is Votive Victim?

What is dedicated can sometimes be a sacrifice. The following two points are important for the devoted victim:

1) Votive victims should be from four-legged animals such as cattle, cattle and camels, as in udhiyye (sacrifice sacrificed during Eid al-Adha) and hedy (sacrificial sacrifice).

2) Voters cannot eat the person (mother, father, grandmother, grandfather and above) and furry (son, daughter, grandchildren and below) from the victim’s meat. Votive victim’s meat is purely for the poor.

If those who cut the votive sacrifice, or those who are forbidden to eat from the votive, eat the votive sacrifice, they must give the poor the value of the amount they eat.

What is Aqeeqah?

The first hair on the head of a newborn is called akika. Seven days after the birth of this child, the victim who was cut after his hair was partially or completely shaved and named after him, is also called the victim of akıka.

Akika victim is an application fixed by circumcision. Hz. Aisha (ra) tells: “The Messenger of God ordered us to sacrifice two sheep for boys and one sheep for girls as’ akiki” (Ibn Mâce Sünen, Hadith No: 3163 and 1515). Aisha (ra) tells: “Our Prophet (saas) cut the victims and named them on the seventh day of the birth of their grandchildren Hasan and Huseyin.” (Translation of Tecrid-i Sarih, XI, 401)

According to the Hanafi victim Hanafi sect, mendup; According to the other three great imams, it is sunnah Akîka victim can be cut from the day of birth of the child until the age of puberty. But it is more effective to cut it on the seventh day. The child is named on the seventh day and the hair of his head is cut and weighed in gold or silver.

The conditions sought in animals to be slaughtered as Akîka victims are the conditions sought in other victims. Just as anyone who cut Akıka from the meat of Akıka victim can eat it, households also benefit from this meat. Some of them are approved by those in need.

What is the Victim of Thank God?

The victim, who was cut to thank God on any occasion, is called the victim of gratitude. Someone can cut the victim, thanks to having achieved a desired goal or having a blessing. The victim to be cut like this is not a sacrifice sacrifice. So thank God it’s not mandatory to cut the victim.

However, the devoted victim has to be cut. The victims of the people who made the pilgrimage or pilgrimage pilgrimage in the Harem region due to the fact that they did the pilgrimage and umrah together in the same season are also the victims of thankfulness.

The victim of thanksgiving can eat other members of his family, who cut the victim of the sacrifice, from the meat of this victim, who was cut because he was not a victim of votive. It can also be approved by people in need.

Adak, Akîka, Şükür Sacrifice in Which Country?

We go to countries where we have water wells and orphans in certain periods. During this time, the donated victims are distributed to orphans, orphans and needy people.

Does the Sacrifice Come Out Information?

It is sent to all donors who provide contact information and contact information via SMS.

How Can I Donate Victim?

You choose the Sacrifice section from the Donate section on our page . You choose the one suitable for you from the victims of Adak, Akîka or Şükür under this section and you determine the amount of aid you will provide. Then, you click the continue button and enter your information completely on the page that opens, making your payment.

You can also start the process by contacting our country and regional representatives .