Dubai, UAE – Dar Al Ber Society (DABS) has contributed the Adahi or sacrificial animals to 1,040 low-income families of different nationalities in Ajman during the Eid Al Adha this year.

Hassan Saleh Al-Ali, Acting Director of Dar Al Ber Ajman Branch, said they distributed the Adahi to eligible people during the feast days.

“Only indigent families, orphans, widows and most needy families benefited from this project as per the standards and conditions of Dar Al Ber.”

The scheme, meant to bring happiness to vulnerable people, is part of the Society charity projects in the emirate of Ajman and other emirates as advised in the Sharia law, he added.

“Dar Al Ber has formed a special team of staffers and volunteers to accomplish the project as due and distribute the Adahi to eligible people in a smooth and collaborative way.”

Only fit animals that meet the set Sharia and health conditions are slaughtered under the supervision of the Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai, he explained. “The Adahi were transported in special refrigerated vehicles.”