Qurban FAQ

Perdaus Qurban & 'Aqiqah 2018

Learn more about our aims for this annual project

About our Qurban & 'Aqiqah Services

Perdaus opens its annual Qurban/'Aqiqah 1439H/2018M project, with a few new development, alhamdulillah.

Our main intention in organising the Qurban annually is two-pronged:

  • to widen the opportunity for more Muslims in Singapore, in performing this 'ibadah Qurban,
  • while at the same time, to be able to help those in need.

You will find that our prices are competitive and affordable. This is so that more Muslims will be able to fulfil the qurban sacrifice, an act of worship which only comes once a year.

The places that we perform the sacrifice are usually in places where there are a lot of needy Muslims as well. To give them their due of the sacrificed meat brings them some happiness, and are reminders that we should continue to help our brothers and sisters in Islam.

What's New for 2018

  • Australian meat

We are excited to work again with Alqudsi Agribusiness to bring in your Qurban meat, from Australia right to your doorstep!

This year, based on feedback, the meat packed will be cut into 18 portions, compared to 12 portions previously.

And we also hear you on the meat sadaqah options. Now, you may choose to receive the whole carcass, or opt to receive only two-thirds of the meat for delivery. For the latter, our meat processor, Pondok Abang, will distribute the remaining one-third to needy people. 

  • Stripe as new payment option

We are also introducing Stripe as an additional payment option for online orders, besides PayPal and bank transfers.

We seek your understanding and cooperation to note that the Stripe payment gateway is for MasterCard and Visa cards which were issued in Singapore only. Failing this, your order could be cancelled and you will have to bear the cancellation charges and use other options to pay such as PayPal or bank transfers.

Our Track Record

  • Read more on our Qurban project here, as published in Berita Harian.
  • Our 2015 video montage of the Qurban process in Malang and Aceh here.
  • Our 2016 video here.

Please see updates on our qurban project on the Perdaus Facebook page.

 

We humbly appreciate your time and consideration to help us in this project. May Allah SWT bless our small efforts, in sha Allah.

Read our write-up published recently at Berita Harian.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need help? Be sure to look through these FAQs before calling Ustaz Raja, our Qurban officer, at 8127 3729

How to order a Qurban or an ‘Aqiqah, and what are the modes of payment

You may order via:

  1. Online, via our online shop.
    Payment modes: account transfer (ATM or online banking), cheque, PayPal, Stripe.

    Please note that there will be extra transactional charges for PayPal and Stripe.

    We accept all cards with PayPal.

    As for Stripe, it is only for Singapore-issued MasterCard and Visa cards ONLY. Failing this will result in cancellation of orders and charges for cancellation.


    2. Walk-in at our offices.

    Payment mode: NETS, cash, cheque.

East: Blk 125 Bedok North Road #01-115 Singapore 460125
Tel: 6513 2315

West: Blk 364 Bukit Batok St 31 #01-259 Singapore 650364
Tel: 6513 2300

Opening Hours:
9 am to 5 pm (Closed on Mondays and public holidays)

 

  1. Mail
    Mode of payment: cheque only.

We accept only cheques for qurban payments by post. Please download this form, or cut up the form within our ad in Berita Harian, and complete it.

📝 Perdaus Qurban & 'Aqiqah Form 2018

Prepare a crossed cheque to "Perdaus" and write your name and mobile number at the back of the cheque. Please attach it together with the completed form and send it to:

Attn: Ustaz Raja Muzaffar
Blk 125 Bedok North Road #01-115 Singapore 460125

When is the closing date?

The closing date for registration of Qurban or 'Aqiqah:

  • 13 August 2018 for Australia orders
  • 19 August 2018 for Malang and Cambodia orders.
More about Malang goats

When is it slaughtered?

10th – 11th Zulhijjah 1439H / 22nd – 23rd Aug 2018
(The day of Eidul Adha and the first day of Tashriq)

 

Which 'Ibadah is it for?

This is for both Qurban & 'Aqiqah.

 

Who will supervise the whole process?

It will be supported by LMI (Lembaga Management Infaq, Indonesia). A Perdaus official will also be on location to facilitate the whole qurban and distribution process.

 

Who is the representative?

A full-time staff from Perdaus, and one or two Perdaus volunteers.

 

How do we know our Qurban was fulfilled?

A certificate will be posted to you within two months.

More about Cambodian cattle

When is it slaughtered?

12th – 13th Zulhijjah 1439H / 24th – 25th August 2018
(The second and third days of Tashriq)

 

Which 'Ibadah is it for?

This is for Qurban only.

 

Who will supervise the whole process?

Perdaus will collaborate with the Islamic Development and Education Association of Cambodia (IDEA). Perdaus officers will also be on location to supervise the ritual and the distribution of meat.

 

How do we know our Qurban was fulfilled?

A certificate will be posted to you within two months.

More about Australian sheep

When is it slaughtered?

11th – 13th Zulhijjah 1439H / 23rd – 25th August 2018
(The whole three days of Tashriq)

 

Which 'Ibadah is it for?

This is for both Qurban & 'Aqiqah. 

 

Who will supervise the whole process?

Perdaus will collaborate with Alqudsi Agribusiness who will send their representatives to Australia.

During slaughtering, a halal officer from Alqudsi Agribusiness will be present.

 

How do we know our Qurban was fulfilled?

Qurban will be performed in Australia on the days of Tashriq, boxed and flown to Singapore, and sent to your doorstep within approximately 8-9 days after Eidul Adha. This will be fulfilled by Alqudsi Agribusiness, and meat processor Pondok Abang.


What will the portion be like?

You will have the option to receive all or two-thirds of the meat from the carcass of your Qurban. It will be cut into 18 pieces. The package will be approximately 17 to 20kg. 

For 'Aqiqah, we advise that you opt to receive all of the meat, as 'Aqiqah meat is meant to be distributed when it has been cooked. 

Did We Answer Your Question?

Call our Qurban officer, Ustaz Raja, at 8127 3729, for any enquiries.