On the instruction of Hadhrat Shuayb (alayhis salaam), his daughter went to call Hadhrat Musaa (alayhis salaam). When she reached the place where the well was, she found him sitting under the same tree where he had earlier rested. Describing the scene, the Qur’aan says: “Then one of the two daughters (of Shuayb- alayhis salaam) came walking bashfully. She said: ‘My father calls you so that he may remunerate you for having watered our goats.”
Rule Of Action
If Rami for one day in full is abandoned or most of the pebbles are abandoned, a Dam will be Wajib. For instance, a person abandoned eleven pebbles in the Rami of the first day and performed it with only ten pebbles, a Dam would be obligatory. If he abandoned the Rami of more than one day or full four days, in that case as well only one Dam would stand obligatory (Zubda).
Rule Of Action
The Rami of the 13th Zilhijja stands obligatory only when the dawn of the 13th appears in Mina. In this case as well, if a person abandoned the Rami of the 13th Zilhijja, a Dam would be obligatory (Zubda).
Out of Wajibat of Hajj now there remained only a few practices. You are to stay at Mina for to or three days and to perform Rami on all the three Jamarat. To spend the nights of these days as well in Mina is Sunnat-e-Mu’akkada while according to some others it is Wajib. It is forbidden to spend the nights anywhere out-side Mina whether in Makkah or anywhere else (Irshad-us-Sari).
The Rami At Jamrat-Ul-Aqaba
Today on reaching Mina, the first thing to do is the Rami at Jamarat-ul-Aqaba which is Wajib on this very day. It may please be noted that there are three such places in Mina which are called as Jamarat. Seven pebbles are pelted on each of these Jamarat. The first Jamra is near the mosque of Mina i.e. Masjid-e-Khaif. It is called Jamrat-ul-‘Ola. The 2nd Jamra is next to the first and is called Jamrat-ul-Aqaba is situated at the end of Mina. Today on the 10th Zilhijja, you are to perform Rami with seven pebbles on Jamrat-ul-Aqaba only. Rami literally means pelting of stones or pebbles. This Rami is observed as a memorial of that approved action of Hazrat Ibrahim (Abraham) which he did at the time he took his son Hazrat Isma’il (Ishamel) for offering him as sacrifice and the satan tried to mislead him. At that time Hazrat Ibrahim repelled the satan by throwing pebbles at him.
A short while before the sunrise which may be equivalent to the time sufficing two Rak’ats of prayers, you are to proceed to Mina from Muzdalifa. Delaying your proceeding is contrary to Sunnat (Hayat-ul-Qulob). It is also a Sunnat to collect from Muzdalifa seven pebbles equal to a big gram or a date-stone in size for the purpose of Rami at Jamarat-ul-Aqaba.
(1) Eating or drinking breaks the Saum.
(2) Sexual intercourse even if there is no emergence of semen.
(4) Inhaling smoke by one’s own action, e.g. inhaling the smoke of incense, etc.
(5) Application of medication into the anus.
(6) Swallowing any substance or object which is not normally consumed as food or medicine, e.g. pebbles, paper, a coin, etc.
(7) Pouring oil into the ears.
1. Makruh is that act with which salaat does not break
but the reward diminishes and it is sinful.
2. It is makruh to play with one’s clothing, body,
jewellery, or to remove pebbles. However, if one cannot make sajdah
because of the pebbles, he could move them once or twice with his hands.
3. It is makruh to do the following in salaat: to
crack one’s fingers, to rest one’s hands on one’s hips, to turn one’s head and
look to the left or right. However, if one looks at something by glancing
sideways without turning one’s head, then this is not makruh. However, to
do this without any real need is also not good.