He did not offer ‘aqeeqah for his children until they grew up Does he have to offer ‘aqeeqah on behalf of himself and his children after becoming Muslim?. ‘Aqeeqah refers to the sacrifice that is offered on behalf of the newborn on the seventh day after birth. ‘Aqeeqah was known among the Arabs. AQIQAH or AQEEQAH The ‘Aqeeqah of the newborn child is the sacrificial animal that The condition of the animal for Aqiqah; Dua before slaughtering animal.

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Dua For Slaughtering An Animal For Aqeeqah | Darul Uloom Trinidad & Tobago

Aqeeqah sacrifice is a noble Sunnah to remove harm from the baby. A ‘qeeqah is prescribed for every child. Thus shed blood on his behalf; and remove the harmful thing from him.

It is also from the noble Sunnah to sacrifice 2 animals for a boy and one animal for a girl on the 7th day with the intention of Aqeeqah. The ‘aqeeqah is two [equivalent ] sheep for the male child, and one for the female.

It is recommended for a person to feast and also share the meat with family, friends and loved ones and also distribute some of it to others. Sayyidah ‘Aa’ishah Aseeqah said concerning the meat of the ‘aqeeqah: Then it is from the Sunnah to shave the head of the child and it is preferred to start the shaving from the right hand side.


Rites At The Birth of a Child

Sayyidina Samurah ibn Jundub narrated: A boy is in pledge for his Aqiqah, Sacrifice is made for him on the seventh day, his head is shaved and he is given name. He then called for a barber and, turning his right side to him, let him shave him; after which he tiimed his left side.

He then gave these hair to the people. Aqueeqa sacrifice of an animal for a newly born child and the removal of the baby’s hair. When a child is born, male or female, it should be given a name on the seventh day of birth.

By Aqueeqa all impurities of the child are removed and the child is saved from all calamities by Allah. The method of performing Aqueeqa is that for a male childtwo goats or sheep and for a girl one goat or sheep is sacrificed. If an animal of seven shares cow or camel is used for Dja, then two shares will be taken for a male and one for a female. The hair of the head is then shaved.

Silver, equal to the weight of the shaved hair is also given in charity. However, this is not compulsory.

Dua For Slaughtering An Animal For Aqeeqah

Aqueeqa is performed on the seventh day of the birth of a child. If not done on the seventh day, then, whenever it is done, it should be the seventh day, e. If it is not performed on aqeeqag Thursday, then any other Thursday. That animal which is not permissible for Qurbani is also not permissible for Aqueeqa.



Requirements for the animals of Qurbani and Aqueeqa are the same. It is permissible to distribute the meat of an animal of Aqueeqa raw or cooked, and can also be served to guests.

If one does not possess sufficient money, then it is permissible for such a person to sacrifice only one goat for a male child. There is no harm if Aqueeqa is not performed, provided one does not have the means for Aqueeqa. Before sacrificing the animal for Aqueeqathe following Du’aa may he recited: Blood for blood, flesh for flesh, bones for bones, skin for skin and hair for hair. Lay the throat of the animal towards the Qiblah and recite: Verily my worship and my sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah.

Lord of the worlds O Allah this sacrifice is from you and is for you.

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