Hadith by Imam Tarmizi

Aisha (r.a) narrated that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: "A human does no action from the actions on the day of Nahr more beloved to Allah then spilling blood. On the Day of judgement, it will appear with its horns, and hair, and hooves, and indeed the blood will be accepted by Allah from where it is received before it even falls upon earth, so keep it happy.

What is Qurban?

Qurban is an Arabic word which may be translated as sacrifice. As a religous practice that was started by Prophet Abraham (as) by the commandment of Allah (God). Through Prophet Abraham (as) act we commemorate the sacrifice and mark the completion of the annual Hajj pilgrimage.

The purpose of offering the qurban is to attain nearness to Allah (swt). The act of Qurbani encompasses the very essence of Islam; submission to the will of Allah (swt) and the willingness to sacrifice whatever is asked of us to achieve closeness to Him, just as Prophet Ibrahim (as) demonstrated so many centuries earlier.

The First Sacrifice in the History of Islam

Although we commemorate Prophets Ibrahim and Ismail (as) each Eid, sacrifice in the way of Allah (swt) actually predates Ibrahim (as). The sons of Adam (as), the first man on Earth, were the first to offer sacrifice. Habil and Qabil both offered sacrifices to Allah (swt), but only Habil’s sacrifice was accepted. Why was this? Habil’s Qurban was accepted simply on account of his piety and righteousness whereas Qabil’s was rejected because of his lack of piety and the ill thoughts he harboured towards his brother:

‘And recite to them the story of Adam’s two sons, in truth, when they both offered a sacrifice (to Allah), and it was accepted from one of them but was not accepted from the other. Said (the latter), “I will surely kill you.” Said (the former), “Indeed, Allah only accepts from the righteous (who fear Him)’. (Qur’an 5:27)

Whilst Habil offered his sacrifice with a sincere intention to be closer to Allah (swt), Qabil’s intention was driven by arrogance and the envy of his brother. This story teaches us about what Qurbani really is.

As the Qur’an tells us, ‘Their meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you’ (Quran 22:37). From this we understand that the deeper purpose of this act is to strengthen our iman and our love of Allah (swt) by showing our sincere willingness to sacrifice anything of this dunya to attain closeness to Him.

When is Qurban Performed?

Qurban is performed during the Haj season 10th,11th,12th and 13th of Dzulhijjah. The first slaughter can be performed after Solat Eiduladha and the last slaughter need to be performed before Maghrib of the last tashrik day. The animals allowed for Qurban are goat, sheep, cow, buffalo or camel.

The meat from the Qurban are distributed among 3 categories of people:
• 1/3 for the poor and needy.
• 1/3 for family members and friends.
• 1/3 for the person doing the Qurban - and this portion can be given to non-Muslims.

God says in the Holy Quran:

"Lo! We have given thee Abundance. So pray unto thy Lord, and sacrifice."
(Quran 108:1 - 2)

"Say: Lo! my worship and my sacrifice and my living and my dying are for Allah, Lord of the Worlds."
(Quran 6:162)

Why choose Us?

6th yearPerforming Qurban for the Community

This will be our 6th year performing Qurban for our community.

Why choose Us?

OUr Teams11 teams in 9 countries

As years goes on we have developed trust among many organisations and created processes to ensure that our teams delivers what is required upon them.

Why choose Us?

Put a smile on their facesMake our the beneficiaries Happy.

With their current state of livelihood, a little gift of meat and some money creates smiles and happiness in them.

Our Packages for 2018/1439H

Qurban in Australia

Sheep $330 or Cattle $2100
Qurban Meat will be flown back to Singapore & delivered to your doorstep.

Price per Sheep: $330
- Qurban for 1 Name
- Weight of meat flown back to Singapore : 18kg (average)

Price per cow: $2250
- Weight of meat flown back to Singapore : 105kg (average)

Delivery to your doorstep is inclusive.

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018

Qurban in Indonesia

From $210 onwards
Qurban Meat will be distributed
to the poor, orphans and disabled in Indonesia.

Price per Sheep: $210
- Qurban for 1 Name
Price for 3 x Sheeps: $600
- Qurban for 3 Names

Price per Cow: $1350
- Qurban for 7 Names
Price per Cow part: $200
- Qurban for 1 Name

Aqiqah Services: Add on $30

Closing date for order : 23 August 2018

Qurban in Malaysia

Sheep $330
Witness your Qurban in Malaysia, Johor Bahru.

Price per Sheep: $330
- Qurban for 1 Name
- Meat will be distributed in Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018

Qurban in India

From $210 onwards
Qurban Meat will be distributed
to the poor, orphans and disabled in India.

Price per Sheep: $210
- Qurban for 1 Name
Price for 3 x Sheeps: $600
- Qurban for 3 Names

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018

Qurban in Cambodia

Sheep $290 or Cow $990
Qurban Meat will be distributed
to the poor, orphans and disabled in Cambodia.

Price per Sheep: $290
- Qurban for 1 Name

Price per cow: $990
- Qurban for 7 Names

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018

Qurban in Sri Lanka

From $230 onwards
Qurban Meat will be distributed
to the poor, orphans and disabled in Sri Lanka.

Price per Sheep: $230
- Qurban for 1 Name
Price for 3 x Sheeps: $600
- Qurban for 3 Names

Price per Cow: $880
- Qurban for 7 Names
Price per Cow part: $140
- Qurban for 1 Name

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018

Qurban in VIETNAM

Cow $1250
Qurban Meat will be distributed in Vietnam.

Price per cow: $1250
- Qurban for 7 Names

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018

Qurban in MYANMAR

From $980 onwards

Qurban Meat will be distributed
to the poor, orphans and disabled in Myanmar.

Price per Sheep: $210
- Qurban for 1 Name

Price per Cow: $980
- Qurban for 7 Names

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018


Qurban in Bangladesh

From $15 onwards

Qurban Meat will be distributed
Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh.

Price per Sheep: $270
- Qurban for 1 Name

Price per Cow: $780
- Qurban for 7 Names

Price per Cow part: $120
- Qurban for 1 Name

Closing date for order : 16 August 2018


Fidyah/Infaq

Besides Qurban and Aqiqah, our teams also distribute rice and various staple food to the poor and in some countries, we also contribute funds and Al Quran to Tahfiz schools and madrasahs. If there is a need we will distribute praying peripherals too.

We will only accept cash and items will be bought within the country.

If you wish to make payment for fidya, you can channel this funds to us and we are able to distribute for you accordingly.

Countries accepting fidya / infaq.

1) Indonesia

Fidya / Infaq - Rice ( per kg - $2.10). Min package to purchase 5kg - $10.50
This will be distributed at Pasuruan, Indonesia.

2) Vietnam

Fidya / Infaq - Rice ( per kg - $1.60). Min package to purchase 10kg - $16.00

3) Cambodia

Fidya / Infaq - Rice ( per kg - $1.60). Min package to purchase 10kg - $16.00
To make payment, please refer to the following Qurban pages to make your order.



Other Infaq Projects

Project Goodwill in Cambodia

We have collaborated with Ikhwan Services on this project for the last 3 years and have since distribute more than 2000 packages of food packs to Cambodia. This program is only being done during Ramadan and Eiduladha period.

For this year's Eiduladha , we aim to distribute another 1000 food packs to be given to the poor there.


Check out the Infaq packages here





Project Goodwill in Indonesia ( Bali )

This will be our first time collaborating with Nadi Furqan to distribute Al Quran and praying peripherals in Bali. There is a small Muslim community group that needs support there. Nadi Furqan have identified the community and surveyed what is needed by them.

For this year's Eiduladha, we aim to distribute 500 sets to be given to the poor and children there.
Check out the Infaq packages here.

Islamicevents.sg Members

Are you an Islamicevents.sg Member?

If you have accumulated up to 300 or more points in your membership, you are eligible to obtain a qurban package worth at least $210.

If you don't have enough points, you may request for the 10% discount on all of the above packages.

Australia
- per Sheep ( 450 points)
- per Cow ( 3000 points )

Indonesia
- per Sheep ( 300 points )
- per Cow ( 1800 points )

Malaysia
- per Sheep ( 450 points)

India
- per Sheep ( 300 points)

Cambodia
- per Sheep ( 390 points)
- per Cow ( 1310 points )
Sri Lanka
- per Sheep ( 330 points)
- per Cow ( 1230 points )
Vietnam
- per Cow ( 1310 points )

Myanmar

- per Sheep ( 300 points )
- per Cow ( 1310 points )

Bangladesh
- per Sheep ( 360 points )
- infaq 1 canned of meat ( 20 points )




How to claim your points?

Step 1: Check with us. Call 6871 8744 or email [email protected] to check for your points you have. Take note our office is only open on Mondays to Fridays ( 10.30am to 6.30pm ).

Step 2: Inform us of which package that you wish to take up.

Step 3: Our admin will produce a receipt of claim and email this to you.

* if you do not have enough points to claim and wished to take up the package with the 10% discount, our admins will send you an invoice with the discount price.

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