After completing the stand on Arafat God, the pilgrims in the first days of Tashreeq to Mona's hair to throw the three emperors (Jamra Aqaba Grand, and the middle and small cinders) followed by Khalil God Ibrahim, the first to these three embers threw at the devil when the latter introduced him and Hajj acknowledges.
Throwing the Jamarat is one of the authentic rituals of the pilgrimage, in which the pilgrim has to throw the emeralds into the hair of Mina, of Mecca. And between each Jamra and another about 120 meters, and the middle of the throw and remain in Muzdalifah and stand.
After the dawn of the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the pilgrim throws the three emeralds with seven stones each and says with each tone: "In the name of God, God is greater against the devil and his party and to please the merciful . " After the pilgrimage, the pilgrim raises his hands in the future of the Ka & # 39; aba and prays to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and calls to his need.
It will be thrown from the afternoon on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah until the dawn of the next day, before the pilgrims to Mecca.
In 1974 the kingdom founded the Jamarat bridge, a bridge in the Mina area of Mecca, dedicated to pilgrims pilgrims during the pilgrimage season, including the Jamra of Aqaba Minor This bridge witnessed several refugee incidents among pilgrims, which led to the death of hundreds of people. 717 people were killed and hundreds wounded in a rush, which led the government to demolish the old bridge and build an alternative four-storey bridge for $ 1.7 billion.
Since the construction of the bridge a number of development works have been carried out: the project has been extended by 40 meters, with the eastern and western insiders, and two bordering Jamra Aqaba from the upper part of the north and south.
In 1978, the development of the bridge continued to witness the implementation of slopes of reinforced concrete (mounds and houses) to the second level of the Jamarat on both sides of the bridge opposite the smaller Jamra.
In 1982 the bridge saw an extension of the width up to 20 meters and a length of 120 meters from the north side of the micro scale, in addition to another extension in 1987 with a width of 80 meters and a length of 520 meters.
Five service towers were built on both sides of the bridge and the implementation of directional signs, lighting and ventilation, with a total area of 57,600 square meters.
The Jamarat bridge entered a new phase of organization and development: in 1995 an adjustment was made in different phases, combining the view of the bridge and the representation of the pilgrim movement, followed by similar changes in 2005, including the structure of the pilgrimage movement. the bridge and the modification of the shape of the ponds from the round shape to the oval.
The last expansion, which ended in 2016, is one of the most prominent projects in the Mina area and costs more than 4 billion and 200 million riyals, with a capacity of 300,000 pilgrims per hour.
The new extension is 950 meters long and 80 meters wide, designed to house 12 floors and 5 million pilgrims in the future, if necessary.
The new bridge consists of five floors with all services to support the comfort of guests of the Rahman, including a ground tunnel for the transport of pilgrims to separate traffic from pedestrian vehicles, and the height of one floor 12 meters. The project includes three tunnels and structures with potential for future development.
It also includes 11 accesses to the Jamarat and 12 outlets in the four directions, it also offers an emergency landing platform, ground tunnels and an advanced cooling system with a desert air conditioning system that pumps some spray on pilgrims and the surrounding areas. degree.
The project is one of the most important projects that the Saudi government has gladly implemented in order to provide pilgrims with safety and security. The project also took risks from the Jamarat area and avoided all problems caused by the overpopulation.