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Muslim Aid Offers Free Range UK Qurbani

Muslim Aid Offers Free Range UK Qurbani

This year, Muslim Aid is delighted to be able to offer quality, free range Qurbani here in the UK, sourced from British farmers and delivered straight to your door. This Qurbani option will be carried out in partnership with a British farm which promotes ethical, compassionate and natural rearing of livestock for halal slaughter.

With this option, you can fulfil the rite of Qurbani and also be sure that the meat you enjoy and share is both halal (lawful) and tayyib (wholesome/ good). This is in fact something that Allah (swt) commands in the Holy Qur’an, where He says:

“Oh, you people, eat from the earth what is halal (lawful) and tayyib (good/wholesome), and follow not the footsteps of the Shaytan” (Qur’an  2:168)

Caring for animals and treating them with respect is something which the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) taught, and this is perhaps even more important when rearing them for consumption.  Much of what we eat today is often the product of intensive and unnatural farming methods. Thus, Muslim Aid is honoured to be able to offer this option for Qurbani, allowing you to have quality, free range meat from animals that have been cared for and nurtured in small-scale UK farms. 

In accordance with religious guidelines, a third of the meat will be distributed to those in need around the UK, particularly those facing financial difficulty, single parent families and the homeless. The remaining two-thirds will be couriered in a temperature-controlled van to your home within 2-7 working days from the day of Eid.

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity share quality, naturally reared Qurbani meat with your family and friends this Eid-ul-Adha. To order your UK Qurbani, click here or call 0207 377 4200 today.


  • Amal Imad said on 07 Sep 2015, 15:34

    You can eat Qurbani meat during the days of eid and at a later time. Many people celebrate with a family meal during the 3 days of Eid.

  • Amani said on 03 Oct 2014, 22:48

    Alhamdullilah we shall all wake up to Eid and pray for the glorious day.We shall reflect on everything Allah has given us and donate in those in need.We will remember to pray to ALMIGHTY Allah for giving this privilege and it shall be a day of joy Inshallah i have prayed.

  • Asima said on 03 Oct 2014, 20:58

    Masha'Allah what a fantastic initiative!! Just a quick question though....does one have to consume from the Qurbani meat on the day of Eid?

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