To throw pebbles on their behalf

Q: I performed the obligation of Hajj this year, 1400 A.H. I started the journey from my place of residence in Khamis Mishit and I entered the state of Ihram for Tamattu` Hajj (`Umrah during the months of Hajj followed by Hajj in the same year with a break in between) in which I was accompanied by another Muslim. After we arrived in Makkah and made Tawaf (circumambulation of the Ka`bah) and Sa`y (going between Safa and Marwah during Hajj), I lost sight of my friend who had all our money in his wallet, except for a small sum I kept with me. I went to Mina, `Arafah and from there to Muzdalifah. From Muzdalifah I went to stone the greater Jamrah. Afterwards, I performed Tawaf, Sa`y, shaved my hair ending my Ihram and then returned to Mina without slaughtering the Hady (sacrificial animal offered by pilgrims) or fasting. I depended on my lost friend ,who had my money, to slaughter the Hady on my behalf. Unfortunately, I could not find my friend until I returned to my hometown, Al-Khamis. There he informed me that he had not offered a sacrificial animal on my behalf. Until now I am at a loss and could not find anyone to advise me on what to do.On the first day of the days of Tashriq (11th, 12th and 13th of Dhul-Hijjah), namely on 11/12/1400 A.H., I stoned the Jamrah (pillars at which stones are thrown during Hajj) before noon out of my ignorance of the religious ruling in this regard. A person told me that I should repeat the stoning (at the stone pillars during Hajj) before sunrise of that same day, but the sun had already set before I arrived there. I did not perform the stoning, (Part No. 11; Page No. 294) as I believed that it was not permissible after sunset. On the second day of Tashriq, namely 21/12/1400 A.H., I stoned the Jamarat, except for one pebble because the seventh one fell out of my hands and I did not try to pick it up or even make up for it.

A: Firstly: If what you have mentioned is actually what occurred, you are required to slaughter a Hady (sacrificial animal offered by pilgrims) in Makkah Al-Mukarramah for your Tamattu` Hajj (`Umrah during the months of Hajj followed by Hajj in the same year with a break in between) provided that you are able to afford it, and you are permitted to eat from it, distribute it to the poor, or even delegate another person to slaughter the Hady on your behalf in Makkah. If you can not afford the price of the Hady, then you can fast ten days instead. Secondly: You should offer a sacrificial animal that counts as Ud-hiyah (sacrificial animal offered by non-pilgrims) and slaughter it in Makkah yourself, or entrust another person to do that on your behalf. This is because your stoning on the eleventh day before noon was not sufficient, and despite your knowing that, you did not repeat the stoning at the proper time. Hence, it is as if you did not offer this religious rite and you must offer a sacrificial animal. Thirdly: There is nothing wrong with having failed to throw one of the stones on the twelfth of Dhul-Hijjah.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.