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Aqiqah, nazhr animals sacrificed
Animals donated to the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation to be sacrificed as aqiqah and nazhr in June were slaughtered and their meat was distributed to 1,950 families in 14 provinces of Turkey.
Turkey 19.07.2010

The foundation regularly slaughters aqiqah and nazhr animals donated by benevolent people and distributes the meat to needy families.    

Sacrificial animals scheduled for the second half of June have been slaughtered. The 6,500 kilograms of meat was given to 1,950 poor families in 14 different provinces in Turkey.

Each family was given 3.5 kilograms of meat. The provinces of Bolu, Ankara, Adana, Kahramanmaraş, Gaziantep, Adıyaman, Şanlıurfa, Diyarbakır, Batman, Siirt, Bitlis, Van and towns of Siverek and Viranşehir were included in the delivery. Refugees in Istanbul and Yalova were also given meat.    

Benevolent people can donate their aqiqah and nazhr sacrifices to the IHH.

The cost of one sacrifice is 300 Turkish liras.

Click to donate aqiqah

Click to donate nazhr

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