Sacrificial meat given to Arakanese refugees
Aqiqah and nazhr sacrificial animals donated to the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and scheduled for July have been slaughtered in an Arakanese refugee camp. The meat was packed and distributed to
Arakan, Bangladesh 19.07.2011

Twenty-five head of large cattle were slaughtered for sacrificial purposes in an Arakanese refugee camp in Bangladesh. The meat was distributed to 2000 families, totally 10,000 individuals, inside the camp.

Our foundation accepts donations for sacrificial slaughters at any time of the year in addition to annual slaughters at Qurban period and distributes the meat to families in need, refugees, students and orphanages. Slaughters are performed twice a month, one early and the other late in the month. The cost of one share in an aqiqah and nazhr slaughters is 300 Turkish liras.

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