Rules of Say
Q.1 Would say on
level two [of the track between Safa and Marwah] be in order?
if the pilgrim, who is performing say, ends up on either side of mounts Marwah
and Safa and can still see them.
Q.2 Someone appointed a proxy to
perform say for him. The mandator, himself, should have been in a state of
ihram, if he were to perform say. Should the deputy perform say in a state of
ihram? What is the ruling if the deputy has volunteered to do it [i.e. not a
It is not obligatory.
Q.3 What is the ruling
on an incident, during say, where a pilgrim turned his back on some [object or
direction] which he should have faced?
Provided it is not too late
for adhering to the succession [of the laps], he should rectify the situation by
repeating the part where the doubt crept. Should it be too late for realising
the succession according to urf, the entire say must be repeated as a matter of
Q.4 If a lap was repeated, would the niyyah be as
adaa or qadhaa?
The niyyah should be adaa not qadhaa.
Q.5 A mukallaf performed tawaf at the start of sunrise or sunset. Is
it permissible for him to delay say until before sunset of the next day? That
is, is it permissible to delay say for such a period?
it is not permissible to delay [say] until the following day. A delay of few
hours is in order.