Eid-ul-Adha Qurbani 2020
“The animal offerings are among the rites decreed by ALLAH for Your own good. You shall mention ALLAH’s name on them while they are standing in line. Once they are offered for sacrifice, you shall eat therefrom and feed the poor and the needy. This is why we subdued them for you, that you may show your appreciation.” – Qu’ran 22:36
By leading us in celebration of the Prophet Ibrahim (S.A)’s utter devotion to Allah (SWT) and his willingness to give up his only son, Qurbani takes a symbolic remembrance of an important example of submission to Allah (SWT) from the Qu’ran and turns it into a real moment of charity.
An ultimate expression of the meaning of the word ‘Islam’.
With COVID-19 affecting vulnerable families it is more important than ever to help Sponsor Qurbani and #MakeTheDifference to those less fortunate especially now while COVID-19 is affecting vulnerable families all over.
Alhamdullilah we managed to distribute to the orphans and vulnerable children of Umbumbulu, Kwazulu Natal and partnered with the Muslim Association of Malawi to assist the vulnerable families in Malawi.
Imaani Village in Umbumbulu – 35 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and 30 Families
Waterloo Musalla in Verulam with collaboration from Verulam Young Muslim Society (VYMS) – 75 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and 100 Individuals
Illovu Islamic Centre at Illovo South – 40 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and 30 Families
Umlazi Islamic Centre in Umlazi – 15 Families
Malukazi Islamic Centre in Malukazi – 38 Families
Malawi with collaboration from Muslim Association of Malawi – 384 Families