Home About Us Islamic Glossary Order Books Qibla Location Links Question and Contact
Ghusl, ablution and salât (namâz)  >  Salât (Namâz)  >  The Salat of the Traveler  >  Starting a Journey at the End of the Time for a Salat

Text size      Print
 
Starting a Journey at the End of the Time for a Salat

Question: If a person starts a journey when it is quite close to the end of the time for a fard salat or if one becomes a muqim (resident) when it is quite close to the end of the time for a fard salat, how many rak'ats should one offer if one has not performed it yet?
ANSWER
If one starts a journey when it is quite close to the end of the time for a four-rak'at fard salat, one must perform it as two rak'ats if one has not performed it yet. If one becomes a muqim when it is quite close to the end of the time for a four-rak'at fard salat, one must perform it as four rak'ats if one has not performed it yet.

A traveler, on his/her way back, remains a traveler until he/she reaches the place where he/she became a traveler in the beginning. He/she becomes a muqim as soon as he/she arrives there.
 
Back
 
 
 
KEYBOARD  


http://www.myreligionislam.com/detail.asp?Aid=4787
Date of Update
15 Aralık 2019 Pazar
All the materials on our website have been prepared for the benefit of all people.
Therefore, everybody is allowed to get benefit from them as they wish without submitting a
request for permission on condition that they will be faithful to their original forms.
Set as Homepage   |    Add to Favorites   |   Share Share
Number of Visitors


Hosted by Ihlas Net