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When one embarks on a journey he normally takes his home base time as his point of reference for his Salaah. How do one reconcile the effects of Time Difference on Salaah when one might have completed his prescribed prayers for the day Partly AT his HOME AND Partly in the AIR only to reach his destination at Asr Time of the same day. Is he going to Repeat his Salaatul Asr, Maghrib and Isha (which he's already done) or not?

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edited Feb 20 '13 at 17:58

**First of all, you don't need to perform a prescribed prayer again which you've already performed it. When you reach your destination, performing your prayers according to the timing of your destination but without having to repeat what has been done of your prescribed prayers.

Subhaanakal Laahumma WaBi Hamdika, Ash Hadu Allaa Ilaaha Illa Anta Astaghfiruka Wa Atubu Ilayk**

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