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According to fatwa islamweb #7297: The majority of scholars say if you bought cattle with the intention of sacrifice and it was sane from any visible deficiency (that would be considered as a cause to declare sacrifice with such a cattle as invalid), at the time of acquisition. Even if such a deficiency (not an illness!) appeared later the sacrifice would ...


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You are wrongly assuming udhiyah to be a type of charity. The point of udhiyah is not giving in charity, rather the ritual of sacrifice is an act of worship in itself. This might become clearer if you consider that you can eat the meat of sacrifice yourself whereas consuming your own wealth is not charity. Giving away the meat that 'results' from the ...


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