Q: I went to perform Hajj this year and threw the pebbles on the Day of `Eid (the Festival of the Sacrifice) for myself and on behalf of my daughter. On the following day [the 11th of Dhul-Hijjah], I threw the three Jimar [Arabic pl. of Jamarah; i.E, Al-Jamrah Al-Kubra (largest pebble-throwing area; Jamarat-ul-`Aqabah), Al-Jamrah Al-Wusta (second or middle pebble-throwing area), and Al-Jamrah Al-Sughra (first or smallest pebble-throwing area)]. But on the 12th day, I threw the first Jamarah for me and for my daughter and
I got lost because of over-crowdedness and did not complete stoning. I spent the night
though I did not throw the pebbles on the 13th day;
what is the legal ruling on not completing the stoning? Provide us with an answer, may Allah reward you.
You must offer a sacrificial animal for neglecting to stone Al-Jamrah Al-Wusta on the second day and also for neglecting stoning on the 13th of the Days of Tashriq (11th, 12th and 13th of Dhul-Hijjah). A goat will suffice as a sacrificial animal here; it is to be slaughtered in
Makkah and distributed among the poor at Al Haram (all areas within the Sacred Sanctuary of Makkah). The same ruling of sacrificing an animal, as is indicated above, also applies to your daughter.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.