… And whoever alleviates the need of a needy person, Allah will alleviate his needs in this world and the Hereafter…”
As we prepare to celebrate the blessed time of Eid Al-Adha, we ask you to turn your thoughts to the people of the Holy Land.
We have an opportunity to bring joy to Palestinians while fulfilling our obligations as Muslims. Through sacrifice we gain reward that will benefit us in our Akhirah.
Interpal’s Eid Al-Adha programmes will ensure that families most in need receive meat, food items, clothing and toys on the blessed days of Eid. All donations are fully Shariah compliant, allowing you to fulfil your religious duty and give with confidence.
This Eid Al-Adha, with your support, we would like to reach over 8,000 families in need.
Please contact Interpal to fulfil your Qurbani obligations during this blessed time.
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Why share your Qurbani with Palestine?
We have an opportunity to bring joy to Palestinian refugees while fulfilling our obligations to Allah, Subhanahu wa Ta’ala this Eid. Directing your Qurbani and sadaqah to struggling Palestinian families can bring great rewards for you and so much happiness for them, insha’Allah.
Interpal’s Eid Al-Adha programmes will ensure that families most in need receive meat, food items, clothing and toys on the days of Eid. All donations are fully Shariah compliant, allowing you to fulfil your religious duty and give with confidence.
As we follow in the footsteps of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) it is even more befitting to support those in Palestine, the Land of the Prophets. This time serves as an opportunity to extend our hands and share from our wealth with those less fortunate and a way for us to celebrate together and spread happiness during uncertain times.
Why give your Qurbani through Interpal?
Through Interpal, you can direct your Qurbani to ease the difficulties of our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land, sharing blessings with those in need of aid.
Your donation will allow us to provide fresh meat to families in need on Eid day and also allow us to provide canned or frozen mean at a later date- providing double the benefit!
All our Qurbanis are fully Shariah compliant, and we operate a 100% donations policy on all specified donations.
We also take Qurbani donations until the second day of Eid.
You can be assured will fulfil your religious requirements and provide aid to where it will benefit people.
How Interpal Qurbani Works
You can call or donate online. Your £90 Qurbani will be carried out in the most economical location abroad, and you can be assured it will be Shariah compliant.
Qurbani performed outside Palestine is then canned and frozen. Canned meat can last several months, feeding a family long after Eid.
Meat is often a rare luxury for Palestinian refugees, and canned meat maximises the benefit of your donation.
Interpal then delivers the canned meat to the West Bank, Gaza Strip, as well as to refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.
On the first day of Eid, we ensure fresh local meat, and frozen or canned meat, is distributed to the most needy families so they can take part in the celebrations.
Order your Qurbani today
Please contact Interpal to fulfil your Qurbani obligations and reach out to our brothers and sisters during this blessed time. Your gift will make the world of difference for a Palestinian family on Eid day, insha’Allah.
You can choose from the following:
£90 Interpal Standard Qurbani
Standard Qurbani according to Sharia.
The animal is slaughtered outside of the Middle East, then the meat is canned or frozen and distributed in our areas of operation shortly after. We also provide fresh meat on the days of eid too, so donors can be assured families are getting Qurbani meat on those days and then meat later on too.
£150-310 Special Request Qurbani
You can request for your Qurbani to be carried out in specific areas that we operate in.
Prices are continously changing for these locations, but estimated prices are as follows: £150 for Qurbani in Lebanon, £200 in Jordan and £310 in Palestine. Please contact us for more information, on 020 8961 9993 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Eid Al-Adha, Qurbani & Zakat Explained
What is Eid Al Adha? What is Qurbani?
Eid Al Adha, the Festival of Sacrifice, is celebrated during the twelfth month of the Islamic calendar, also known as Dhul Hijjah.
It is enjoined upon every Muslim who has the financial means to perform Qurbani to commemorate the sacrifice that Prophet Ibrahim (as) was prepared to carry out in the name of Allah (swt). Animals that can be sacrificed are goats, cows and camels. This occurs during the days of Eid Al Adha and people celebrate the meaning and completion of this action.
Zakat is a pillar of Islam and its reward, along with all other good acts, is multiplied during the blessed month of Ramadan. You are eligible to pay Zakat if the amount of wealth that you have earned is more than the Nisaab (the amount of wealth a person must earn in order for the payment of Zakat to become obligatory). In this case, 2.5% must be given to charity in the form of Zakat.