Friday, December 4, 2009


The cattle to be sacrificed should be matured, healthy, beefy and neither any sign of spastic nor physical injury. Each cattle or of its kind such as buffalo, camel can be shared by seven participants in maximum. As for goat or of its kind only a share is allowed.

The fallen cattle and ready to be slaughtered

There goes the slayer. The slaying should disconnect the throat, the food and air passages, the main artery and the two tendons.

The lifeless cattle

Skinning the cattle

Removing the limbs and other beefy parts for the better flesh

A high quality beef to be separated from the inferior.

The internal organs, special delicacy for lunch.

Beef and the parts are ready to be divided equally to the participants. The participants are advised to have 1/3 of the share for their own and the remainder(2/3) to be
distributed to the needy.


This annual 0ccasion falls on every 10 Zulhijjah of the Muslim calender or Hijriah, also knowns as Eidul Adha or Hari Raya Haji. It starts with Takbir as soon as night falls, performing the Eidul Adha's Pray and listening to the Qutbah the next morning. The takbir could be recited until the fourth hari raya or the third Tashriq day. After performing the praying, another significant activity, performing the Qurban or sacrificing goats or cattle or of its kinds. The sacrifices also could be performed on any one of the days, 10 until 13 Zulhijjah.

"Celebrating The Eidul Adha without sacrifice or
celebrating The Eidul Fitri without fasting in the month of Ramadhan
can be considered as a wedding without a bride"

Thank you.

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