A traveller prays ‘Isha’ behind a resident who is praying Taraweeh – should he shorten his prayer or offer it in full?
Praying on a plane when one is unable to stand or face the qiblah
They travelled for twenty days during which they shortened their prayers. Do they have to make them up?
How should the traveller pray?
Can a person who travels and stays somewhere for one day join and shorten his prayers?
A traveller joined two prayers together at the time of the earlier one, then he went back to his city before the time for the later prayer began
Do the rulings on travellers apply to one who intends to stay for three days?
The traveller may shorten his prayers even if he is not encountering any difficulty
The traveller has to offer the prayer in full if he prays behind an imam who is offering it in full
If he prays ‘Isha’ with Maghrib at the time of Maghrib, he can pray Witr immediately after that.
Should a traveler pray four rak’ahs with the congregation or pray two rak’ahs on his own?
He is traveling and joining the prayers is easier for him
Minimum distance of travel at which it is permissible not to fast and to shorten prayers
His work is 40 miles away; should he shorten his prayers?
The traveler may pray the travel (shortened) prayer once he has passed the city limits
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