A TRAVELLER AND TAKBEER
Due to following, it is also compulsory upon the traveller to say the Takbeer-e-Tashreeq.
….. People living in a small village where Jumuah and Eidain Namaaz is not Waajib, are allowed to slaughter their Qurbaani on the morning of the tenth of Zul Hijjah after Subah Sadiq. This is substantiated by the Hadeeth Shareef which explains that it is forbidden to slaughter Qurbaani animals in a place where Eid Namaaz is performed before the Eid Namaaz. Where the Eid Namaaz does not take place as in the case of small villages etc. there is no harm in doing the Qurbaani after the Fajr Namaaz.
It is permissible to cook vermicelli on the day of Eid. However, it should not be taken to be necessary.
MAKING QURBAANI FOR GOOD HEALTH
It is permissible for a sick person to slaughter an animal for the pleasure of Allaah with the intention of becoming cured. It is however better to give a live animal as charity.
MAKING A VOW OF QURBAANI
If a person made a vow of Qurbaani, then the Qurbaani becomes compulsory upon him due to the vow. It does not matter whether the person who made the vow is a rich person or a poor person. Qurbaani will become compulsory upon both types of people.
A VOW IS TAKEN
…..If a person took a vow to make Qurbaani, then Qurbaani becomes compulsory upon him due to the vow. It does not matter whether the person is rich or poor. The ruling for both is the same.
…..If a person who owns nisaab made a vow, then two Qurbaanis become compulsory on him. One for the vow and the second one was due to being a sahib-e-nisaab. This (second one) has been made compulsory upon him by the Shari’ah.
….. If a wife is wealthy and a Sahibah-e-Nisaab or she has in her possession items in excess of necessity whereby Qurbaani becomes Waajib on her, it will be necessary for the wife to make Qurbaani of one share. It is not necessary for the husband to make Qurbaani on behalf of his wife.
….. Yes, if with the permission of the wife, the husband makes Qurbaani on her behalf, her Qurbaani will be deemed to be made. If the husband does not make the Qurbaani on her behalf, it will be compulsory for her to make Qurbaani of one share.
…..It is not sufficient for the husband to slaughter on behalf of his wife or for the wife to make Qurbaani for the husband. It is necessary that they perform the Qurbaani separately.
HUSBAND DOES NOT HAVE TO MAKE QURBAANI FOR THE WIFE
It is not necessary upon the husband to make Qurbaani on behalf of his wife. However, he can perform it with the permission of his wife.
TAKING A WAGE FOR SLAUGHTERING
….. It is permissible to take a wage for slaughtering Qurbaani animals but the amount has to be fixed beforehand. For example, the price for slaughtering is fixed at so much which will be received after slaughtering.
If an animal was wounded by hitting it, then it will be valid to make Qurbaani of it, but it is better not to make Qurbaani of such an animal.
QURBAANI FOR THE SAKE OF FEEDING AT A WEDDING
If a person made Qurbaani with the intention of serving at a wedding, and not with the intention of reward and to fulfill a compulsory duty, then in this case, the Qurbaani will not be valid. It is necessary to do another share of Qurbaani.
WEALTH IS TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION
If a male or female goat was born from a goat and deer mating, then it will be valid to make Qurbaani of it. This young will be in the order of the mother, and the mother is a goat, so this young will also be a female goat. And it is permissible to make Qurbaani of a female goat.
The meat, fat, skin, head, feet etc. should not be given to the butcher as wages, but he should give wages separately, otherwise it will be compulsory to give the amount of those parts (of the animal) in charity.
If a worker owns nisaab, then Qurbaani is compulsory upon him. The ruling for governmental and non governmental workers is the same.
If a worker does not own nisaab, whatever wages he earns, is spent or some money remains at the end of the month but this amount does not equal nisaab, but is less, then Zakaat and Qurbaani is not compulsory on him.
…..It is permissible if a number of individuals take a share in a big animal for walimah and others for Qurbaani. There is no dislike for this in the light of Shari’ah.
…..By making an intention of Sunnah walimah in a Qurbaani animal, none of the partners’ shares will be invalid.