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21 When Travelling If Ye Should Stop And Rest In Some Safe Spot Perform Ye






men and women alike
a single prostration in place of each unsaid
Obligatory Prayer 14


Exemption from obligatory prayer is granted to those who find themselves
in such a condition of insecurity that the saying of the Obligatory
Prayers is not possible. The exemption applies whether one is travelling
or at home, and it provides a means whereby Obligatory Prayers which have
remained unsaid on account of these insecure circumstances may be
compensated for.

Baha'u'llah has made it clear that obligatory prayer is not suspended
during travel so long as one can find a safe spot in which to perform
it (Q and A 58).

Numbers 21, 58, 59, 60, and 61 in Questions and Answers amplify this
provision.





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