The Feast of Sacrifice is one of the greatest holidays in the Islamic world. In Islam, only two holidays - Eid ul-Fitr (Eid al-Adha) and Eid al-Fitr (Eid-ul-Fitr) are legalized. The Feast of Sacrifice is a religious requirement, as required by the Qur'an, as one of the most important assumptions of Islam.
This holiday is part of the Muslim pilgrimage. The Feast of Sacrifice is celebrated on the 10th of the month of the Muslim calendar (the Hijri-lunar calendar) on the 10th of the month of Ziliche, during the pilgrimage to Mecca.
It is worth noting that the Feast of Sacrifice is not just a derivation of Islam. The practice of giving and sacrificing has been around in many nations long before Islam. For example, the Carthaginians sacrificed their children to pay their debts to the god Moloch. Eastern nations also had the custom of sacrificing their daughters.
The Islamic religion created by Hazrat Muhammad created a great revolution in sacrificing great faith to Allah. Mankind was reluctant to sacrifice it, and even banned it. Therefore, the Islamic religion, in the name of God, said that animal sacrifice should be slaughtered instead of human. The timing of the victim's funeral has also been set. In the past, anyone could cut off when he wanted to. In order to make the holiday even more honorable, it was legalized to hold it once a year on the 10th of Zilhicic. The Qur'an says: "Allah has appointed a holy place, a holy month, a holy month (Zilhicic), a bound and unrestrained victim to the Ka'bah.