There are also verses pointing to the legitimacy of the verse of sacrifice. Knowing these verses and understanding the meanings of the verses is very important for the correct practice of sacrifice. The worship of sacrifice is a worship that has been made obligatory for Muslims, and there are some conditions that Muslims must meet in order to perform this worship.
What are the verses and hadiths about sacrifice? Sacrifice Verses and Hadiths
The verses in our holy book, the Qur’an, regarding sacrifice are listed below;
- – Surah Saffat, verse 107
- – 196th verse of Surah Baqarah
- – Surah Maida, verse 27
- – The 95th verse of Surah Maida
- – Surah Maida, verse 97
- – Surah Hajj, verse 28
- – 33rd verse of Hajj Surah
- – Surah Hajj, verse 34
- – Verse 25 of Surah Fatah
In these suras in the Qur’an, the worship of sacrifice is made obligatory and there is also information on how to perform the sacrifice. In particular, detailed information is given in our holy book regarding the worship of sacrifice during the Hajj. The hadiths regarding the worship of sacrifice are as follows;
“The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) sacrificed a tawny and two rams with a black head. He sacrificed them with his own hands. Before sacrificing, he uttered basmala and uttered takbir.” -Muslim
“When the time of the Eid-al-Adha came, I was present with our Master the Prophet. He prayed, finished the prayer and saluted. Thereupon, the Messenger of Allah said, “Whoever sacrifices an animal before the prayer is considered to have been slaughtered only for his own soul. Whoever performs the sacrifice after the prayer, that person is considered to have followed the sunnah of all Muslims. ” – Muslim
– “Our Master the Prophet said, “Whoever has performed the sacrifice before the prayer, should return this sacrifice.” At the same time, he emphasized that the meat of the sacrifice should be shared, as the Messenger of Allah informed him.