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Sacrifice hajj and at home.

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I wanna know if one is performing Hajj he will give the obligatory sacrifice of the animal the next day of Hajj. Is it necessary for him to give the sacrifice of the animal in his home town too so as to fulfill the sunnah like what he do every year? Or the sacrifice which he is doing in Hajj will be enough. I request u to give the reply soon as my parents are performing hajj this year and we have only 5 days remaining for Eid ul Adah.


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Sacrifice hajj and at home

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Offering a sacrifice is an obligatory rite only for those believers who are on the Hajj pilgrimage; and if one who is performing the Hajj has offered the sacrifice at ‘Muna’ during the days of Hajj, there is absolutely no obligation or requirement for that person to offer a sacrifice again in his home town.


But if the believer who is performing the Hajj fulfills his obligatory ritual of offering a sacrifice at ‘Muna’ during the days of Hajj wishes to offer an additional sacrifice at his home town, he is well within his rights to do so.


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