The word qurban comes from the Arabic verb ‘qaruba’, which means to approach. This means in compliance with certain rules at certain times to slaughter certain animals symbolizing sacrifice to show piety to Allah, Based on the history of mankind, one can see that there is the ritual of sacrifice in almost all religions, These differ only in the purpose and the manner of slaughter. In the Quran it is pointed out that the offering is present in all religions (sura 22, verse 34 “For every community we appointed a rite of sacrifice so that they may pronounce the name of Allah over the sacrificial animals He has provided for them. For your God is only one God. So submit yourselves to Him alone. And give good news O prophet to the humble:”

The offering is a worship service that is of great benefit to both the individual and the community. By making his offering, a person submits to Allah and shows his gratitude towards Allah
Through offering, Muslims remember each time that Abraham and his son Ismael obeyed the command of Allah and successfully passed this test.
This symbolizes that you too are ready to obey the commands of Allah
From the example of Abraham and Ismael, Muslims draw the lesson that devotion to Allah alone has meaning in life. God didn’t want a person to be sacrificed. However, the examined the willingness of Abraham and Ismael to make sacrifices.

The offering maintains brotherhood, and solidarity, and contributes to the realization of social justice. This feeling is much more noticeable or only partially able to buy meat.

The Quran emphasizes that Abraham and his son proved themselves to be devoted sura, (37, 103).
Abraham’s willingness to make sacrifices as well as the sacrifice of a Muslim should therefore be an expression of uncoditional obedience to Allah. A believer who makessuch sacrifice makeshis whole life available to Allah. When one holds up the sacrificial to God, it is an expression of the piety of them (Surat 22, 32)

Surat 22,:37 speaks against the idea of a reconciliation through sacrifice, Where it says of the sacrificial animals: Neither their flesh nor their blood reaches God , but your piety reaches him. In sacrifice,, a Muslim does not hope to Be a substitute for his sins,but symbolically offers God his own piety
The idea that something else could take over the punishment on behalf of people and thereby bring about reconciliation is expressed in the Quran and in Islamic tradition as rejected (surah 6,164)