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Joining Salatul Magrib and Isha in The Summer

At Shaykh Saleh ibn Ghanim As-Sadlaan's (May Allah preserve him) house after
Friday Salah
2nd Rajab 1432 - 3rd June 2011

Question: This question is from the west. In UK the prayer times during the
summer times changes and it becomes difficult for people to pray times on
thier proper times...

Shaykh Saleh: Yes, I know

Questioner: Yes Oh Shaykh, to the extent that there is only three hours
between Isha Salah and Fajr. This creates great hardship so would it be
permissible to habitually combine Magrib and Isha Salah?

Shaykh Saleh: Yes it is permissible because of the hardhsip caused but once
the harship is gone and removed then you pray in the proper times.

Questioner: Even habitually, Oh Shaykh?

Saleh Shaykh: Yes, until the hardship is removed.
Categories: Fiqh issues
  1. Shehzad Sattar
    June 3, 2011 at 17:56

    I’ve never had to join any of my salaat. How does this work? Are allowed to pray them back to back in jamaat in the masjid?

    • June 3, 2011 at 19:44

      You pray Salatul Magrib and as Soon as you finish you call the Iqamah and do Salatul Isha.There is no Masjid in Leicester that practices this as far as I know.There is a salafi Masjid In Birmingham that do this at the moment

  2. ASWJ
    November 16, 2012 at 14:31

    where is the proof of this in the Quraan or Hadith?

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