- He (Peace be upon him) never missed offering the sacrifice. He used to slaughter two rams after Eid prayer.
- He (Peace be upon him) said: “All the days of tashreeq are days of slaughter.”
- He (Peace be upon him) said: “Whoever slaughtered before the [Eid] prayer has not done a sacrifice; it is only some meat he has presented to his family.”
- He (Peace be upon him) told them to slaughter a six month old sheep or a five year old camel or a cow that had begun its third year.
- It was his guidance to select a good animal for sacrifice without any defects, and he prohibited offering a sacrifice with a cut ear, broken horn, blind eye, lame or weak. He (Peace be upon him) also ordered confirming the soundness of the eyes and the ears.
- He (Peace be upon him) ordered whoever intended to offer a sacrifice not to remove anything from his hair or body from the beginning of Dhul-Hijjah.
- It was his guidance to slaughter his sacrifice at the musalla (place of prayer).
- It was of his guidance that a sheep was sufficient as a sacrifice for a man, including his family, regardless of their number.
 The days that pilgrims remain in Mina for stoning the pillars.
 Al-Bukhari and Muslim.
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