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Tips For Performing Umrah After Pandemic

With the will of Allah and the prayers of millions of Muslims, it is our wish that the holy Umrah pilgrimage resumes once again for pilgrims residing outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The last year has been a testing time for us and we firmly believe that Allah will surely reward us for our patience. With this belief in our hearts, we once again raise our hands in prayer to Allah Subhananahu Wa Ta’ala, seeking forgiveness for our sins and hoping that our wish for performing Umrah this year is fulfilled.

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath, public gatherings, and specially religious gathering, have discontinued worldwide. It’s only now that they are slowly opening up and that too, with all precautions. Since Umrah is among the world’s largest continuous pilgrimages, the authorities will take maximum possible safety measures to ensure that the congregation of pilgrims does not cause a spike in cases. The pilgrims should also perform their part by practicing full safety measures.

As a pilgrim performing the holy Umrah pilgrimage, we strongly advise you to maintain the mandatory distance restriction of 2 metres between themselves so that you can safely perform the full pilgrimage, without any unfortunate break due to a possible infection because of lack of social distancing. You should also wear face masks and gloves at all times, and maintain strict personal hygiene by washing your hands at frequent intervals and avoid touching your face with bare hands. It is important that you dispose the used masks and gloves as per the protocol defined by the authorities, and not otherwise. Complying fully with all instructions of the government will ensure a smooth and hassle-free Umrah for you.

You must refrain from sharing and commenting on content which is potentially hurtful to religious and cultural sensitivities. When performing the pilgrimage, you must follow the instructions of your Umrah operator, and adhere to the different timings set for different batches of pilgrims, to avoid overcrowding. If you notice fellow pilgrims who appear sick, you must immediately move away from them.

Al Khalid Tours wishes you a safe Umrah and is humbled to serve you by helping you perform this pilgrimage in Allah’s holy land.

15 Best Places to Visit In Makkah and Madinah

The city of Makkah and Madinah are two of the holiest places on the earth. Millions of Muslims from all around the world visit these cities every year with the intention of performing the holy pilgrimage of Umrah and Hajj. 

Other than being the greatest, the city of Makkah and Madinah are immensely beautiful and have many historical and Islamic places where you should visit during your Umrah Journey. You can consider the heavenly places across Makkah and Madinah during your umrah and hajj visits.

In this article, we are going to look at 15 best places that you can visit in Makkah and Madinah during the Umrah and if you are planning to perform Umrah this year and looking for the best Umrah packages with complete accommodations, amenities, and freedom to explore these cities, than have a look at Al-Khalid’s Best Umrah Packages for 2020

Best 8 Places to Visit in Makkah 

1. Al-Kaaba 

Masjid-al-Haram is the most important mosque for the Muslims and Al-Kaaba (The House of Allah) stands at the center of Masjid-al-Haram. Muslims from all around the world offer prayers to Allah (Subhanahu wa ta’ala) in the direction of Al-Kaaba and millions of Muslims throughout the year perform tawaf of Al-Kaaba during the time of Hajj and Umrah. The history and importance of Al-Kaaba are very prominent throughout the Islamic world and every good Muslim has a clean desire to Al-Kaaba at least once in a life. 

2. Jabal-e-Noor 

Jabal-e-Noor is a mountain near Makkah Hejaz which is of great importance. The very first Aayat of the Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) at this mountain. There is a cave located at this mountain called Gar-e-Hira where the Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him) first interacted with Angle Jibreel (Peace be upon him) and the holy words of Allah (Subhanahu wa ta’ala) were first revealed to him. 

3. Mount Arafat 

Nearly a million pilgrims during Hajj visit Mount Arafat every year. According to Hadith, Mount Arafat is the location where all the Muslims will be gathered for being accountable during the time of the resurrection. Mount Arafat holds great importance for the season of Hajj, pilgrims visit there and perform their Hajj rituals, offer prayers and make important supplications (Dua) as a sunnah of Prophet Ibrahim (Blessings be upon him) to complete all the Hajj rituals. 

4. Jannat-al-Mualla 

Jannat-al-Mualla is one of the two most important cemetery (graveyard) in Islam which is also one of the oldest cemeteries in the country. Jannat-al-Mualla is located in the north of Masjid-al-Haram close to Jeddah. Jannat-al-Mualla is the burial place of many relatives and ancestors of the Prophet. Some most important people from Prophet’s family that are buried at Jannat-al-Mualla are: the blessed mother of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), the first wife of the Prophet Hazrat Khadija (Radeyallāhu ′Anhu), the grandfather of the Prophet Hazrat Abdul Muttalib, the uncle of the Prophet Hazrat Abu Talib, the eldest son of the Prophet Al-Qasim and the second son Abdullah are also buried at Jannat-al-Mualla. 

5. Masjid-e-Aisha 

Masjid-e-Aisha is the second-largest mosque in the city of Makkah after Masjid-al-Haram. This massive mosque is about 10km away from Masjid-al-Haram. This beautiful mosque is also one of the oldest mosques in Makkah which holds great importance during the time of Hajj as it is the place where Hajj pilgrims put on their Ihram and people doing subsequent Umrah renews their Ihram. 

6. The Site of Battle of Badr 

The Battle of Badr is mentioned in the Holy Quran as it was amongst the very first battle of Islam that was fought by Prophet Muhammad. People can still have a look at this battlefield while visiting Makkah city. The Battle of Badr is a very important battle in the history of Islam, and it was also very important for Prophet and his followers’ life as they were fighting for the true religion of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta Aala) against the pagans of Makkah and magically won the battle with support from the angles. The site is located nearly 330 Kilometers away from Makkah. 

7. The Birthplace of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) 

Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) was born in the Holy City of Makkah at the place that is now called Maktaba Makkah-al-Mukarramah. This place was earlier a mountain town which is now a national library. This place is very close to the city of Makkah which attracts many visitors throughout the year. 

8. The City of Mina 

Mina is also known as the city of tents where millions of Muslims gather during peak days of the Hajj. Mina is a beautiful hot valley located 3 km away from Makkah city. More than 100,000 air-conditioned tents are placed during the time of Hajj that houses more than 3 million pilgrims, providing temporary accommodation to them while they perform their Hajj ritual of Ramy al-Jamarat. Mina is very close to Masjid-al-Haram which means even the pilgrims of Umrah can visit this wonderful city during their journey. 

The Muslim community all around the world understands how important it is in Islam to perform a pilgrimage. It is compulsory for every Muslim to perform a Pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. 

Every Muslim must get a chance to perform a pilgrimage and for that reason, Al-Khalid is offering the best Hajj and Umrah Packages at the most affordable prices. For more information regarding the best Umrah and Hajj packages, view our Hajj Packages and Umrah Packages. 

Al-Khalid offers best in class Umrah Packages for the Indian Pilgrims at affordable rates. We arrange the complete Umrah for you that comes with world’s best accommodations and facilities at the most reasonable prices. Find more about Al-Khalid Umrah Packages for 2020

Best Places to Visit in Madinah 

9. Masjid-e-Nabvi 

Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) in his later life migrated from the city of Makkah to the city of Madinah which became his resting place. Masjid-e-Nabvi is the second most visited Islamic site in the world after Masjid-e-Haram of Makkah. The beautiful dome attracts millions of visitors all over the year. One of the rituals of Hajj and Umrah is also to visit Masjid-e-Nabvi and offer prayers. 

10. Jannat-al-Baqi 

Jannat-al-Baqi is one of the oldest and very first cemeteries of Madina. Jannat-al-Baqi is also known as the “Garden of Heaven” as it is the resting place of the Prophet’s blessed family (Ahl-al-Bayt). Jannat-al-Baqi is the actual resting place of Hazrat Imam Hasan Ibn Ali (Radeyallāhu Taala ′Anhu) the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and the elder brother of Hazrat Imam Hussain (Radeyallāhu Taala ′Anhu). Some Muslims believe that Jannat-al-Baqi is also the resting place of the Prophet’s beloved daughter Hazrat Fatima-al-Zehra (Radeyallāhu ′Anhu). 

11. Masjid-al-Quba 

Masjid-al-Quba has a special and unique place in the heart of Madinian Muslims because it is the very first Mosque every build by beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) in the city of Madinah after when he started preaching Islam in the country. Masjid-e-Quba is a beautiful mosque also Mentioned in the Quran because of its other Islamic importances. 

12. Mount Uhud 

Mount Uhud is a historic place that not only serves to increase the beauty of Madinah city but also carries great importance as the Battle of Uhud was fought near this mountain. Battle of Uhud which was the second Islamic battle encountered between the people of Makkah and the Muslims. The graveyards of the martyrdoms of the battle can also be found near Mount Uhud which also includes many Companions of the Prophet. 

13. Al-Madinah Museum 

This museum is the oldest and the very first museum in Madinah which depicts the history of Islam and has many different archaeological collections, rare images related to Madinah and visual galleries. You can see at least 2000 artifacts in Al-Madinah Museum featuring the rich Islamic heritage. 

14. Masjid-al-Kiblatain 

Masjid-al-Kiblatain is a huge and exceptionally beautiful mosque in Madina. Visiting Masid-al-Kiblatain certainly will give you a rich and delightful experience because Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) use to recite in this mosque when he migrated from Makkah to Madina. Masjid-al-Kiblatain is the mosque where Prophet received the command from Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta Aala) to change the Qibla direction from Masjid-al-Aqsa to Al-Kaaba. 

15. The Deserts Of Saleh 

If you have never seen deserts before, this place could be the perfect one for you while visiting Madina. Deserts of Saleh is one of the most exotic and beautiful deserts of Saudi Arabia with many gigantic tombs and caves with inscriptions and drawings from the ancient. This wonderful desert is now UNESCO World’s Heritage site which makes this place a must-visit site of Madina. 

You can consider visiting these mentioned 15 sacred destinations that reflect the essence of Islamic history while on an umrah trip.  

Plan your Umrah Journey this year with Al-Khalid’s best Umrah Packages that come with the finest accommodations and amenities for the pilgrims. You can even book your customized Umrah packages with Al-Khalid if you are looking to visit and explore all the above-mentioned places. For more information contact us or check out our Umrah Packages and Umrah deals for the year 2020 here

The Best Time to Perform Umrah in 2020

The best part about the pilgrimage of Umrah is that it can be performed throughout the year only except during the week of Hajj.

What if I tell you that there is a time in a year when you get a reward of a Hajj by performing an Umrah.

The Holy Pilgrimage of Hajj and Umrah are both full of blessings and rewards. It is obligatory for every Muslim to performs Hajj or Umrah at least once in their lifetime. Umrah is also one of the greatest sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and he had performed 4 Umrahs during his lifetime.

Find out more about the Umrah packages offered by Al-Khalid here, and now, let’s find out the best time for you to perform Umrah.

The Month of Ramzan:

Ramzan is the best month of the year for every Muslim to perform Umrah. The one who performs Umrah during the holy month of Ramzan gets numerous rewards.

Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) said:

When Ramzan comes, go for ‘Umrah, for ‘Umrah in (that month) is equivalent to Hajj.” (SubhanAllah). Al-Bukhaari (1782) and Muslim (1256).

Muslims from all around the world wish to perform Umrah during the month of Ramzan due to the significance of this holy month.

Ramzan is a blessing from Allah (Subhanahu Wa ta’ala) to the Muslim community and whatever good deeds you perform during this month gets multiplied by 70 times.

Umrah during the month of Ramzan holds great importance and benefits because you perform the Umrah while fasting and this deed is most loved by Allah (Subhanahu Wa ta’ala).

Recite the Holy Quran, “worship ardently, pray and ask for forgiveness from Allah (Subhanahu Wa ta’ala) and all of your deeds will be paid off well during Ramzan.

Book your Umrah Packages for Ramzan 2020 with Al-Khalid.

If you are looking for an early Umrah this year, make sure you check out Al-Khalid’s Umrah Packages for January 2020.

The Grand Months:

After Ramzan, the best times of the year to perform Umrah are the grand months of Islam which comes after the month of Ramzan.

The month of Muharram and Safar are considered as the grand months, performing Umrah during these months are significantly great.

We all know that Umrah is not only about traveling and returning back home rather Umrah requires you to be absolutely focused during the whole sacred journey. You need to devote to Allah (Subhanahu Wa ta’ala). You need to submit yourself and worship wholeheartedly during your Umrah visit and the month of Muharram and Safar are considered great months for worshipping.

Allah (Subhanahu Wa ta’ala) immensely love that person who makes sincere efforts to worship during these two holy months. Another good reason to perform Umrah during the grand months is that the crowd and rush get low and you can get the best hotels and accommodations at reasonable rates. Check out Muharram and Safar Umrah Packages offered by Al-Khalid and perform your Umrah and its rituals correctly without any hassle.

Spring Time:

The weather in Saudi Arabia is very extreme. During the day time, it remains hot and humid while the nights are very cold. The best season for performing Umrah is the spring season when the climate is considered to be the best in Saudi Arabia.

Visting for Umrah during the mild weather can be a very good option because it makes it easier for you to perform all the Umrah rituals.

Al-Khalid arranges thousands of Umrah packages throughout the year so make sure you reach out to us and book your Umrah Package for the spring season of 2020.


A lot of Muslims prefer to perform Ummrah with their families. Holidays and vacations can be the best time of the year if you are planning for an Umrah with your family members.

It might be possible that you can get a little bit of crowd during this time of the year because millions of families visit for Umrah each year.

Peacefully performing Umrah with your family, friends and near once can be like a blessing for you and if you already have a plan to perform Umrah with your family, we also offer Umrah packages for families in which you get world-class accommodations and facilities at extremely reasonable prices.

The best time to perform the holy pilgrimage of Umrah is right exactly when you make pure and clear intentions. There is no absolute time to visit Umrah anymore, in fact, every year it gets even busier form its previous year.

This is the reason why instead of looking for the best time and the best price you should focus more on performing an Umrah which pleases our Almighty the most.

If you already have an intention of Umrah, then the best time for doing it is right now. Book your Umrah Package with Al-Khalid and visit the blessed journey of Makkah and Madinah with complete excellence. See Al-Khalid’s January Umrah Packages here.

Here’s what’s the Greatest Sign of an Accepted Hajj

The sign of a ‘Mabroor Hajj’ or an ‘accepted Hajj’ is that upon one’s return, his life changes from worst to good. When Hajjis return to their domestic nations after completing their Hajj pilgrimage, they return spiritually revived, pardoned of their sins, and prepared to begin life once again, with a blank slate. They are expected to live a life focusing on attaining spiritual peace with lesser desire for the worldly pleasures and more love towards Allah. However, many of them perform Hajj and have a short-term otherworldly boost, and then go back to their past ways.

This must be avoided and one must channel their energies towards bettering themselves for good. They must instill in themselves good characteristics and abstain from all types of vices. One needs to work on building a strong relationship with Allah and making a permanent positive change in their life.

At Al Khalid Tours, we strive at giving you utmost comfort so that you can concentrate on your objective of the pilgrimage. We shall together learn some practical life-long lessons on how to make an everlasting shift in the direction of your life. Our effort completely revolves around giving you powerful inspiration and motivation, and to guide you on how you can attain your goal of building a meaningful connection with Allah.

Why is Hajj mandatory and when is Hajj to be performed?

Hajj Pilgrimage Facts

Hajj is a unique combination of Prayers, Fasting & Zakaat. A Muslim, who is financially & physically sound, has to go to Hajj once in a lifetime.

In Holy Quran, Allah declares: “Wa Lillaahi `Alan Naasi Ĥijjul Baiti Manis Tţaa`a ilaihi Sabeelaa. Wa Man Kafara Finnallaaha Ghaniyun `Anil `Aalameen”
(Allah has a right on the people, who can afford to reach the House, are obliged to perform Hajj there; and the one who disobeys should know that Allah is All-Sufficient and does not stand in need of any creature of the worlds. Soorah 3: Aayat 97)

Allah simply asks us to be mindful of HIM for HE is aware of our sinful hearts and knows that only HIS thoughts can inspire the fear of doing wrong in man’s conscience. Pilgrimage to Hajj expects a man to be detached from the world and into the arms of HIS creator. For the first time during the period of Hajj, man realizes HIS need for love and acceptance cannot be fulfilled by the creation but only by the creator. The sole intention should be to gain Allah’s pleasure and fulfill his obligation.

According to the Islamic calendar, on the 8th day of the Dhu al-Hijjah lunar month every year, pilgrims are meant to travel to Hajj. The pilgrimage is performed in Makkah, Saudi Arabia to celebrate the glory of Allah. The duration of the pilgrimage lasts 5 days between the 8-12th days of the lunar month.

Al Khalid Tours & Travels provides many facilities to the people going for Hajj. The facilities are customized according to your requirements. However, there are other things that you can take care on your end too.
Ensure the bags that you carry should have your name & address tag. Pack as light a luggage as you can to avoid unnecessary hassles.

Carry all your travel documents such as Meningitis Certificate, Passport, Currency, Bank Draft, Ticket and other important documents in a separate handbag and keep a good eye on this handbag.
However, if you face more discomfort during this pilgrimage, Allah will reward you more. He is always pleased with those who come to him in a tattered state.

Sponsor an Umrah/Hajj

Free Hajj Sponsorship for Poor

Sponsoring an Umrah or Hajj trip for an individual who can’t afford to make this holy pilgrimage is an act of charity. The Holy Prophet (S.A.W.) used the term Sadaqa Jaariya which means a good and charitable act and the word Jaariya means continuous. The complete term means doing a benefit for someone that will bring them continuous benefit.

An act of arranging an Umrah or Hajj pilgrimage for an individual is certainly a part of Sadaqa Jaariya because the benefits of this will not only be reaped by you but also, the pilgrim whose life will have changed after their encounter with Allah’s presence.

Offering alms, food and shelter are blessed acts on their own, however; having the heart to bless and help someone fulfill their religious obligation is a deed that will indefinitely reap multi-fold blessings. Because by doing so one is bringing Allah’s people back into HIS presence.

So, we remind you to bless another with what Allah has blessed you. By your actions, you can cause an individual to give glory to Allah. Be the reason for someone’s joy and religious fulfillment by simply sponsoring an Umrah or Hajj pilgrimage.

What is Islamic Doctrine?

Islam essentially means to surrender or submit according to its Arabic understanding. The first man to whom Allah had bestowed the faith through the book was the Prophet, Muhammad (S.A.W.).  It was through him that Allah intended to communicate to HIS people in the world and bring them back to HIM. The object of mankind was as Allah spoke through the Quran. “And I have not created the Jinn and men but that they may worship me.” (51:57)

Man’s foundation must be based on Allah and HIS living should be a form of worship to Allah. This was how HE intended it to be. It is man’s duty to love Allah’s creation and show them compassion and mercy. The fundamental principles of faith that sustain man’s faith are reflected in HIS decrees.

First being belief in Allah

According to this, Allah is the only creator of the Universe and possesses divine attributes. No other or no one comes close to HIS glory or is the opposite of HIM, is equal to HIM or is as self-sufficient. True belief rests in knowing and obeying the Benefactor, Creator, Just, Merciful, All-Knowing, etc.

As HE has bestowed mighty blessings and knowledge to comprehend the marvellous things of the earth, the responsibility of behaving and giving reverence falls on man. This is the first of the 6 doctrines that we have covered here. Stay tuned to read and know more through the next blogs.


Importance of Eid Al Adha

Reading this could help you gain an in depth understanding of the religious significance behind the sacrificing of a goat every Eid al Adha. The meaning of the Arabic word Eid is festival. The other Eid is Eid al Adha which is slowly approaching and is called as the Greater Eid or the Festival of Sacrifice.

This Festival is forever ingrained in man’s memory right from the time Allah had rewarded Ibrahim (A.S.) for his complete obedience and submission. Chronologically speaking, at the end of the holy season of Hajj or according to the lunar calendar, Eid takes place in the first few days of the last month of the Islamic calendar.

Ibrahim’s (A.S.) willingness and devotion to Allah knew no bounds and this were reflected in his decision to give up his only son as a sacrifice at one word of Allah. This was a test for Ibrahim (A.S.) given by Allah to judge how strong he was in his faith. As a reward for his complete obedience, Allah miraculously replaced his son with a ram for sacrifice instead. This was only one of the many occasions when Ibrahim (A.S.) succeeded in proving his faith. Through it all, Allah was given highest priority and was treasured more than anything by Ibrahim (A.S.).

To commemorate such a holy relationship, people on every Eid al Adha sacrifice an animal. Even on their Hajj pilgrimage, people venture to sacrifice animals in remembrance of that commitment. Muslims all over the world celebrate this festival and pray relentlessly to replicate the faith that Ibrahim (A.S.) possessed.

All over the world, millions of animals are sacrificed on Eid.  During such an act, many remember Allah’s mercy on Ibrahim (A.S.) and seek mercy for their ways from Allah in hope that their lives will reflect the glory of Allah.

This Eid, Al Khalid Tours and Travels invites you to celebrate Eid al Adha with the Pilgrim family. At Al Khalid Tours & Travels, we pride ourselves in providing excellent service and focusing only on one goal: to ensure you have the best spiritual journey.



Renew Faith Through Hajj!

The Pilgrimage is [in] the appointed months. Whosoever undertakes the duty of Pilgrimage during them, then there is no lewdness, wickedness or disputation while on the Pilgrimage. And whatever good you do, Allah knows it. And make provisions, but the best provision is piety. Therefore be mindful of Me, O people of understanding. [2:197]

Allah simply asks us to be mindful of HIM for HE is aware of our sinful hearts and knows that only HIS thoughts can inspire the fear of doing wrong in man’s conscience. Pilgrimage to Hajj expects a man to be detached from the world and into the arms of HIS creator. For the first time during the period of Hajj, man realizes HIS need for love and acceptance cannot be fulfilled by the creation but only by the creator.

Of all the 2 million Muslims that complete the Hajj every year, Allah desires to change all those million hearts for the sake of a renewed faith in HIM. Even though some embark on this pilgrimage to simply fulfill an obligation but they return back with changed hearts and a fulfillment in the soul. Having realized that more than a million pilgrims devote themselves to such an act of faith reflects their willingness to submit to Allah’s will.

Here is the period when millions experience a change that they are able to inculcate even after this journey.

We at Al Khalid tours and travels understand your dire need to praise in Allah’s presence. Our privilege to serve our brothers and sisters in Allah for the past years has blessed us with the opportunity to be known as the best tour operators for Hajj and Umrah in Mumbai.  We urge you to then to join us as we embark on the journey of a lifetime with the faithful.

The Significance Of The Sacrifice In Hajj

Sacrificing Animals in Hajj

Four of the twelve months in the Islamic calendar are considered sacred. The holy pilgrimage is performed in the holy month of Dhu’l-Hijjah which is the twelfth month in the Islamic calendar. As the auspicious time for Hajj draws near, All Muslims who can afford (financially & physically) take the pilgrimage to fulfill their sacred obligation of Islam.

It is a very divine month in which the Hajj (pilgrimage) takes place as well as it’s the Festival of the Sacrifice.

An amazing, powerful and energizing mission where one witnesses Muslims from all over the world converging to profess their faith, their submission, their belief in the one and only almighty Allah leaving behind their homes, family, comforts where in unity they worship the most benevolent and most merciful, Allah.

It signifies lots of things such as no distinction between the rich and poor, no one is superior and no one privileged. It’s a unique conglomeration where all are equal, standing at one platform seeking Allah’s forgiveness and mercy.

This pilgrimage lasts for five days and an animal sacrifice ends this marvelous spiritual feat, each ritual having its own significance and relevance. One returns having all his sins forgiven if asked truly and with the intention to not transgress again.

It is said one is as innocent as he is when at birth if pilgrimage is performed with the right spirit and manner with total submission.

Allah says: It is neither their meat nor their blood that reaches Allah: it is your piety that reaches Him. (Al-Hajj 22: 37)

The Animal sacrifice commemorates Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son on Allah’s command and in their willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice—Ibrahim of his son, Isma`il of his own life—they surpass notions of self and false attachment to the material world, thus enabling Allah’s mercy to dwelve and enlighten them with divine wisdom.

It reminds the pilgrim of sharing food with the poor and upholds the sacredness of life wherein one would slay for sustenance only as the need for food.

The pronouncement of Allah’s name over the sacrifice is an essential part of the ritual wherein meat is permitted to be eaten only if His name is pronounced at the act of taking life, in that humans are commanded to give thanks and praise Allah for the sustenance He has given them and they should sacrifice something of value to themselves to show their appreciation for what they have been blessed with (which was the very animals on which their survival was based).


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