Islamic Fatwas 1346 Fatwas Available 
Fatwa | Islamic Rulings
  Important categories:     Purification     Prayer     Fasting     Charity     Pilgrimage  
Friday 15 December 2017  
Search FatwaIslam:         • Advanced Search
• Preferences

Home » Worship and Jurisprudence » Sacrifice and Slaughtering

The Rulings of The Sacrifice To Be Done On The Day of 'Eid Al-Adhaa
So with their (the Muslims) consensus of the sacrificing having been legislated, they have differed as to whether it is obligatory or a Sunnah, and there are two sayings:

The first saying – is that it is obligatory and it is the saying of Al-Awzaa’ee and Al-Laith and the madhab of Abee Haneefah and one of two reports from Imaam Ahmad. Shaikh ul Islaam said it is one of two sayings of Imaam Maalik or that it is apparent from the madhab of Maalik.

The second saying – is that it is a highly recommended Sunnah – and it is a saying of the majority, and it is the saying of Ash-Shaafi’ee as well as Maalik and Ahmad as is well-known from the both of them. However, many of those who hold this opinion have stated that abandoning it for the one who is able to perform it is disliked and it is mentioned in Jawaahir al ikleel sharh mukhtasar khaleel that if the people of a land abandon it, then they are to be fought against for that reason - because it is from the Islamic rites.

Shaykh Muhammad bin Saalih al-`Uthaymeen
Rasaa'il Fiqhiyyah page 46
Translated by Aboo Haatim Muhammad Farooq
Other subjects of interest:

Purification
Prayer
Charity
Fasting
Pilgrimage
Funerals
Jihad
Prescribed Punishments
Sacrifice and Slaughtering
Food and Drink
Medicine
Oaths and Vows
Judgements
Supplications And Ruqya
Dress
Travelling
Children
Masjid Rulings


2017 FatwaIslam.Com
Fatwa - Islamic Rulings - Islamic Scholars