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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Travelling on Plane and performing ʿAṣr Ṣalāh at Mithl Awwal
I am travelling abroad and my flight departure time is before the ʿAṣr Ṣalāh time begins. However, the time for ʿAṣr Ṣalāh begins before this according to the other schools of thought based on Mithl Awwal. As it is extremely difficult on some airlines in particular to perform Ṣalāh on the plane in a standing position, is it permissible for me to perform ʿAṣr Ṣalāh before I board, otherwise it will be qaḍāʾ?
Repeating the Ṣalāḥ performed on the plane seat
I have read your Fatwā which states that the Ṣalāh performed on the seat of a plane should be repeated. My question is that the jurists have written that Ṣalāḥ on the boat in the state of sitting is valid even if there is no excuse. Therefore, does the same not apply to Ṣalāh on the plane?
Ṣalāh on the plane
Should the Ṣalāh that is performed on the plane be repeated?