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Types of Slaughtering Rituals
is mandatory on any pilgrim performing
. perform the Umrah during the months of Hajj and then perform the Hajj during the same year and on Qaarin i.e. any pilgrim performing the Umrah and the Hajj together by saying “Labbayka umratan wa hajjan”. The right time for slaughtering the animal is after the Eid prayer until sunset of the third day of Tashriq i.e. 13 Dhul Hijja. As for a Mufrid i.e. a pilgrim performing the Hajj only without the Umrah, they are not required to perform the Hady ritual.
is performed as a ritual during the Sharia-mandated period i.e. after the Eid prayer until sunset of the last day of Tashriq i.e. 13 Dhul Hijja.
is mandatory on a pilgrim performing either the Hajj or the Umrah if they failed to perform an obligatory ritual of the Hajj or the Umrah or did a forbidden act. The ritual can be performed at any time of the year.
can be performed as a ritual at any time of the year.
is a Sunnah ritual that is performed for a newborn as a gesture of gratitude to Allah the Almighty.
Sharia Requirements for Hajj Slaughtering Rituals
The age must not be less than six months for a ram and one year for a goat
The animal must not be apparently lame
It must not be skinny
It must not be one-eyed
More than half of its ear must not be amputated
More than half of its incisor tooth must not be broken
It must not be sick
Its horn must not be broken
Its buttocks or tail must not be amputated
Its age must not be more than three years