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Sheep and goats must be at least one year old and count as one share.
Cattle must be at least two years old and count as 7 shares per animal.
Camels must be at least five years old and count as 7 shares per animal.
Animals should not be blinded, emaciated (sick), toothless or with broken limbs, preferably the ears and tail should be whole, but not a necessity.
Sharpen your knife prior to putting the animal down for slaughter.
Ensure that the correct size knife is used to slaughter the animal swiftly.
Feed the animal, give the animal water and sooth the animal, show kindness and mercy to the animal.Ensure the area of slaughter is clean and clear of live animals.
Make provision for Blood drainage, fly control and general cleanliness.
Lead the animal to its slaughter humanely. Once Umar (RA)saw a man dragging a sheep by its leg to be slaughtered, he said: ‘Woe to you! Lead it to its death in a decent manner.’ Do not abuse or torture the animals.
Do not perform the slaughter process in front of other live animals.
Maintain strict hygiene standards.According to the Shari’ah, the legal purification of the flesh of animals requires that the following conditions be met.Make your intention.
It is preferable to make the throat of the animal face the Qibla; (Mustahab)
Using a sharp knife swiftly cut the windpipe, the gullet and the two jugular veins, do not sever the entire head.Recite the name of Allah (S. W. T.) Tasmiyah, while slaughtering the animal (Preferably aloud).It is preferable for one to perform the Qurbani if it belongs to him provided he/she is able to slaughter properly otherwise he/she should entrust it to someone to slaughter on his behalf. (Women are also permitted to perform the slaughter).
Skinning of the animal should only commence once the animal stops kicking.
Keep meat and offal separate, clean and refrigerate as soon as possible.It is preferred that the meat be divided into three parts. One part for own use, one part for relatives and one part for the poor and needy (preferably Muslims).The meat and skin cannot be given as payment for services rendered BUT may be given as a gift.The skin may be kept for personal use, or given to someone else or donated to an organisation.Give such meat as you would yourself like to receive and eat.Ensure that meat is given to reputable organisations for distribution to the needy.Do not waste. Answers of the different Question about qurbani. The Best way of qurbani. This Book is very important for All Muslim.You read this book and share with friends on facebook and twitter.