Wrong way of Camel Sacrifice People Injured on Eid Day
اونٹ کی قربانی غلط ہوگئی بہت سارے لوگ زخمی ہوگئے انتہائی غلط طریقہ کئی جانیں بھی ضائع
Qurbāni (Arabic: قربانى) (or أضحية Udhiyyah as referred to in Islamic Law) is the sacrifice of a livestock animal during Eid al-Adha. The word is related to the Hebrew qorbān “offering” and Syriac qurbānā “sacrifice”, etymologised through the cognate Arabic triliteral as “a way or means of approaching someone” or “nearness”.
In Shariah Udhiyya would refer to the sacrifice of a specific animal, offered by a specific person, on specific days to seek Allah’s pleasure and reward. The word qurban appears thrice in the Quran and in once in Sura Al-Ma’ida in reference to animal sacrifice. In the other two places the Quran speaks of sacrifice in the general sense, referring to any act which may bring one closer to Allah. Other appropriate terms are Dhabihah, Udhiyah and Nahar. A fifth term Zabah refers to normal Islamic slaughter outside the days of Udhiyah.
The ministry has proposed a ban on camel sacrifice because the animals are carriers of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) coronavirus.