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Yes, Salah (Islamic ritual prayers) times can change daily. The timing of the five daily prayers in Islam is determined based on the position of the sun in the sky. The prayer times are divided into five periods:


  1. **Fajr (Pre-dawn):** Before sunrise.
  2. **Dhuhr (Noon):** After the sun has passed its zenith (highest point in the sky) and starts to decline.
  3. **Asr (Afternoon):** Before sunset.
  4. **Maghrib (Evening):** Immediately after sunset.
  5. **Isha (Night):** After the twilight has disappeared.


The specific times for these prayers depend on your geographical location and the time of year. As the Earth rotates and orbits the sun, the length of day and night changes, resulting in variations in prayer times throughout the year.


Islamic scholars and organizations provide prayer timetables or schedules that specify the accurate timings for each prayer in different locations. These timetables take into account factors such as latitude, longitude, and the angle of the sun, ensuring that Muslims can perform their prayers at the correct times. It's important for individuals to refer to their local mosque or Islamic authority for accurate and up-to-date prayer times in their specific area.



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