Rami of Jamarat while Hajj

Jamarat is actually the place where three pillars are erected and pilgrims threw stones upon them to recall the memory of Prophet Ismael (AS) when he would throw the stones on Satan to remove away from that place as Satan wanted to astray him from Divine’s order. Indeed, the order was given to his father Prophet Ibrahim (AS) to slaughter his son, so that’s why he took his to Mina in order to fulfill the Divine’s order but on the way, Satan planned to astray Ismael b realizing the horror of death. On the contrary, Ismael (AS) remained steadfast and removed Satan by throwing the stones.

This act is performed three times by the pilgrims who go through cheapest Hajj packages 2020 to fulfill the religious obligation. Three times is so for because Satan appeared three times before Ismael (AS) to fail such a huge trial, but each time Ismael threw seven stones on him. And, that has become the mandatory ritual of Hajj and without it, Hajj is not completed. This is the thirteenth ritual of Hajj known as Rami of Jamarat or three erected pillars the First (Oola), Middle (Wusta) and Last (Aqabah), on the eleventh and twelfth [of Dull Hijjah] also on the thirteenth, is spent in Mina.

It is mandatory for pilgrims that they must perform this act orderly such as First Jamrah, then the Middle and finally the Last. If pilgrims do not perform orderly even due to an oversight or ignorance of the rule, so the process must be repeated to attain the appropriate arrangement…

Pilgrims must throw the stones during the day time at the Jamarat. Yet, in case of serious illness which might cause danger of life, then they are allowed to carry out Rami at night instead of the day. If pilgrim fails to perform rami on the eleventh due to ignorance or oversight, so it is required on him to make up for it on the twelfth by way of qadha. If Pilgrim forgets to perform on the twelfth, so he should proceed it on the thirteenth. Also, a pilgrim should make difference differentiate between ada’ and qadha obligations; the qadha must precede the ada’. the qadha refers to at the beginning of the day, and the ada’ refers at zawal.

If a pilgrim fails to do rami because of oversight or ignorance and remembers after reaching Makkah, it is mandatory for him to return to Mina to perform it. If pilgrim had forgotten to complete rami on two or three days, so he must perceive a break between rami for the different days. And if pilgrim recalls after leaving Makkah, it is not required to return to Mina, but he must perform the qadha in the following year in person, or by an agent.

The pilgrim who cannot continue to perform in case of serious disease, so he is permissible to hire an agent to complete it on his behalf. However, his presence must be in the place Jamarat to witness his agent in action, if possible. And if the agent from Authorized Agents is performing rami on the behalf of pilgrim at a time when there is no hope of retrieval, yet the pilgrim consequently recovers, so he should perform rami by himself.

And if he is not able to hire the agent, so his rami rite can be proceeded by his guardian or any other person on his behalf. Hajj is not invalidated in case of failure to perform rami, even if it was done deliberately. But it is compulsory to do it qadha in person or by an agent in the following year, to be freed from Kaffarah (penalty) or sin.

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