The French Council for Muslim Worship (CFCM) said in a statement that the festival of Eid al-Adha, which begins on Friday, July 20, 2021, “commemorates the work and sacrifice of Prophet Abraham (Ibrahim) and his victim son Ismail. Mercy following the apparent trial.” , The authority recalled, “Fasting in the days leading up to the festival and especially on the day before Eid, July 19, 2021, provides an opportunity to measure the suffering and misery of those suffering. Poverty on a daily basis ”.
“One-third of the animals sacrificed during the festival are donated to the poor, one-third to friends and relatives, and one-third to family consumption,” the CFCM notes. Slaughterhouses are banned and it is a crime. ” “In accordance with regulations relating to food safety, hygiene, animal protection and environmental protection, approved priests must perform the act of sacrifice in permanent or temporary slaughterhouses approved by the government,” he stressed.
Given the limited capacity of the approved assassination structures, the Council notes that “the act of sacrifice may interfere with the three days of Eid al-Adha.” “Similarly, the sacrifices of the delegation were unanimously acknowledged. The delegation may be made to a natural person or to a humanitarian charity recognized for this service, ”the statement added.
Recognition of “the feast of Eid al-Adha” [est] A moment of sharing and solidarity “and” the occasion of numerous gatherings with mosques and families “, the church again recalls that the context of the epidemic” calls for greater awareness. “