Ibrahim (AS) was willing to sacrifice his beloved son, Ismael, for the sake of Allah, but Ismael was spared at the last moment, and a ram was sacrificed in his stead.
Sacrificing an animal to feed vulnerable people was a devotion that the Messenger (PBUH) continued, and, today, all Muslim adults of means must continue this charity. Follow in the footsteps of the prophets, magnify your reward, and provide nutritious meals to vulnerable families this Eid al – Adha.
For £55 you can provide your Qurbani in Somalia, where 2 million people are at risk of starvation. Last year Somali experienced their worst drought in nine years, livestock were killed, and food prices very high. The results were devastating. Almost half of all livelihoods depend on agriculture in Somalia, and the United Nations has warned that 2 million Somalis are at risk of starvation.
With the arrival of COVID-19, so many vulnerable families in Somalia are putting themselves at risk, forced to choose between going hungry, or going out to crowded places in search of work.
For £110 you can provide your Qurabni in Libya, where humanitarian crisis worsening amid deepening conflict and COVID-19 threat.
One year since the launch of a military offensive in Tripoli, Libya, fighting is further worsening with COVID-19 now bringing new threats.
More than 300 civilians have been killed and 150,000 others displaced from their homes since last April. Despite the tentative agreement on a humanitarian truce, fighting escalated significantly in the past week. The deteriorating security has also undermined the ability of the tens of thousands of formerly displaced persons to safely return to their areas of origin.