Eid-ul-azha: Shahrqazi said – Do not kill animals, sacrifice means obeying Allah’s command

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Updated Wed July 21, 2021 10:46 AM IST

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Qari Hassan, the son of Qari Shafiqur Rahman Qasmi, said prayers in Shahi Idgah. During his time at Shahijama Masjid, Shahrqazi professor Jainus Sajiddin offered Siddiqui Namaz. While arguing in front of the namaz, Shahrqazi related the beginning of the sacrifice.

Shahrqazi professor Jainus Sajiddin Siddiqui
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Animal life on Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) is not just a sacrifice, it is a sacrifice to show the spirit by obeying the command of Allah. In the Shahi Jama Masjid, Shahrqazi professor Jainus Sajiddin Siddiqui explained the purpose of sacrificing the believers who came to offer namaz. Said it was absolutely wrong to buy and display expensive animals. On Wednesday, prayers were said on the occasion of Bakrid in the city’s mosques. In the Shahi Idgah, some people continued the ancient tradition by offering namaz. At 7.30 p.m., oath prayers were performed in Shahi Idgah and Shahijama Masjid.

Qari Hassan, the son of Qari Shafiqur Rahman Qasmi, said prayers in Shahi Idgah while Shahijama Masjid was offered by Shahijama Masjid, Professor Zainus Sajiddin Siddiqui. While arguing before the namaz, Shahrqazi related the beginning of the sacrifice.

Animal sacrifice to save humanity
I was told that Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) sacrificed his innocent son Ismail by order of Allah about four thousand years ago. Allah only did this to try them out for his love. But Allah also saved mankind and presented Dumba (a goat-like animal) in front of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) in place of the son.

Shahrkaji said that Allah also likes mankind, otherwise his sons would have to be sacrificed today. Islam always prescribes to save humanity and to walk on the right path. After the Namaz, Shahrkaji prayed for relief and peace from Corona in the country and in the world.

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Animal life on Eid-ul-Adha (Bakrid) is not just a sacrifice, it is a sacrifice to show the spirit by obeying the command of Allah. In the Shahi Jama Masjid, Shahrqazi professor Jainus Sajiddin Siddiqui explained the purpose of sacrificing the believers who came to offer namaz. Said it was absolutely wrong to buy and display expensive animals.

On Wednesday, prayers were said on the occasion of Bakrid in the city’s mosques. In the Shahi Idgah, some people continued the ancient tradition by offering namaz. At 7.30 p.m., oath prayers were performed in Shahi Idgah and Shahijama Masjid.

Qari Hassan, the son of Qari Shafiqur Rahman Qasmi, said prayers in Shahi Idgah while Shahijama Masjid was offered by Shahijama Masjid, Professor Zainus Sajiddin Siddiqui. While quarreling in front of the namaz, Shahrqazi told of the beginning of the sacrifice.

Animal sacrifice to save humanity

I was told that Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) sacrificed his innocent son Ismail by order of Allah about four thousand years ago. Allah only did this to try them out for his love. But Allah also saved mankind and presented Dumba (a goat-like animal) in front of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) in place of the son.

Shahrkaji said that Allah also likes mankind, otherwise his sons would have to be sacrificed today. Islam always prescribes to save humanity and to walk on the right path. After the Namaz, Shahrkaji prayed for relief and peace from Corona in the country and in the world.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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