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Ramy al jimar, or the symbolic throwing of pebbles performed in Mina, is obligatory upon all pilgrims of the Hajj, whether tamattu; qiran or ifrad. This rite is performed ten times during the four days. On the second day, i. This applies to the Hajj pilgrim who spends the night of the twelfth in Mina; otherwise there is no ramy for him on that day. They permit it for an excuse like sickness, weakness, or insecurity fear. Ibn Rushd's Bidayah. According to the Imamiyyah, the time of this ramy extends from sunrise until sunset on that day.
If forgotten, the rite must be performed the next day. If again forgotten, on the 12th, and if one fails again, it can be performed on the 13th.
But if one forgets until one has left Makkah, he may carry it out the following year, either himself or through a deputy who carries it out on his behalf. That each ramy must be carried out with seven pebbles; there is agreement on this point. The pebbles must reach their target through being thrown ramy ; thus if they are tossed in some other manner, it does not suffice according to the Imami and the Shafi'i schools, and is not permissible according to the Hanbali and the Hanafi schools.
The pebbles must be of stone, not of other material, like salt, iron, copper, wood or porcelain, etc. The Imamiyyah say that it is mustahabb that the pebbles be about the size of a fingertip and rough, neither black, nor white, nor red.
The other schools say that their size must be about that of the seed of a broad bean baqila'. The other schools say that facing the Qiblah is mustahabb even in this rite.