Time of Ṣalāh does not occur or Ṣalāh time re-enters
(1) If Ṣalāh time re-enters for example because of travelling on an aeroplane, and a person has already performed Ṣalāh on time, will it be necessary to perform the Ṣalāh again?
(2) In the summer months in the UK, ʿIshāʾ time does not occur. Will ʿIshāʾ Ṣalāh remain obligatory?
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Will fasting for 12 hours in the summer months or following the fasting times of Saudi Arabia suffice for Muslims in the UK?
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Tarāwīh Ṣalāh Time
Someone recently told me that in the opinion of some Ḥanafī scholars it is permissible to perform the Tarāwīḥ prayer before the time of ʿIshāʾ begins. Is this true?
Sajdah Tilāwah in Obligatory Ṣalāh
Is it permissible for an Imam to recite a verse of Sajdah Tilāwah in Ṣalāh?