What to say when slaughtering
24 Aug 2011 01:03 GMT
 
When slaughtering, I said “Bismillâh al-Rahmân al-Rahîm” instead of “Bismillâh wa Allah Akbar”. Was the meat of that slaughtered animal lawful or unlawful? what should one do in this case?

Answered by

Sheikh Sâlim al-Qarnî

You may say “Bismillâh” (In the namer of Allah) or “Bismillâh wa Allah Akbar” (In the name of Allah; Allah is the greatest). It is permissible to add: “Rabbanâ taqabbal minnâ” (Our Lord, accept this from us).

Since you can suffice with “Bismillah”, then the slaughtering will still be correct if you add “al-Rahmân al-Rahîm” (the Beneficent, the Merciful). However, it is preferrable not to say something that is not established by the Sunnah.

Source: Islam Today



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