Muzdalifah, the pilgrims come to Mina for Stoning of the Jamarāt or
Stoning of the Devil. They fling pebbles at three walls, called Jamarāt.
The stoning is performed on the day of Eid al-Adha, and two or three
days after. Until 2004 the three Jamarāt were tall pillars. After the
2004 Hajj, Saudi authorities replaced the pillars with 26 m (85 ft) long
walls for safety. The names of three jamarāt are: the smallest jamrah
(aj-jamrah aṣ-ṣughrā), the middle jamrah (aj-jamrah al-wusṭā), and the
largest jamrah or Jamrah of Aqaba (aj-jamrah al-kubrā ).