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Regent and Media Crew Slaughtered Three Buffalo Tails


Regent of Indragiri Hilir, HM Wardan when witnessing the sacrifice of sacrificial animalsRegent of Indragiri Hilir, HM Wardan when witnessing the sacrifice of sacrificial animals - In various togetherness, this time the Regent of Indragiri Hilir together with the media crew killed three buffaloes on the Eid al-Adha Day 1441 Hijri, on Saturday, August 01, 2020.

The echo of takbir resounded to accompany the slaughter of 3 buffaloes in the yard of the Office of Communication and Information Services of the Indragiri Hilir press.

In this moment, Regent Inhil, HM Wardan expressed his happiness, not only because he could perform sacrificial worship, but also because he could be with the media crew in Indragiri Hilir Regency at the Eid al-Adha celebration this year.

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"Alhamdulillah, this year we are still given the opportunity to sacrifice. I also appreciate the participation of members of the press along with the Communication and Information Service staff who participated in offering sacrifices," said the Regent after the slaughter of sacrificial animals.

According to the Regent, the Eid al-Adha celebration is a momentum to share kindness with others. Eid al-Adha, said the Regent, is also a momentum to foster a sense of concern and strengthen the kinship.

"As humans, we should share. It would be wonderful if we could share," said the Regent who was present with his wife, Hj Zulaikha Wardan.

Furthermore, the Regent considered, the Eid al-Adha celebration was not only a ritual of slaughtering sacrificial animals, but also to be able to increase the deeds of worship.

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"Let us mean sacrifice more than the ritual of slaughtering sacrificial animals. But it can increase our religious deeds by sharing kindness and helping others through what we have," said the Regent.

Furthermore, the Regent also advised that each series of sacrificial animal slaughter during the Eid al-Adha celebration could always implement the Covid-19 health protocol.

"We know that at this time the Covid-19 pandemic is still a scourge in the community. For this reason, the implementation of a series of sacrificial slaughter should refer to health protocols, such as the delivery of sacrificial meat to each recipient's home," explained Regent.

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