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Performing Asr salah/prayer before it's beginning time

On the Islamic calendar it is stated that the Asr salah/prayer begins at 16:49 but at the mosque it is scheduled at 16:15. So is it permissible to pray before the actual beginning time?
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Exceeding fasting starting time for few seconds?

I always use my computer's clock for that, in my time it begins 4:31:00, i couldn't notice it and i drank the water in my mouth at 4:31:07, is my fasting valid?
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Global Islamic Calendar

I have an idea to make a lunar calendar that is as definite as solar calendar so that it can be used globally in day-to-day life. I have heard that Saudi Arabia use lunar calendar. This calendar will ...
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Can God/Allah سبحانه و تعالى change the past?

"Even God cannot change the past." ...goes a saying. We Indeed know that Time is the creation of Allah. Sahih Muslim: Book 027, Hadith 5584. Abu Huraira reported Allah's Apostle (may ...
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Time restriction on Salah and replacement (قضاء) Salah

Is there any specific time in which we should perform replacement (قضاء) Salah? and Is there any restriction on particular time on which we should not perform Salah?
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How is the night defined?

The word night occurs in many hadith, but what exactly is night time relative to the Prophet's time? a) Sunset to Sunrise b) Isha to Fajr c) Isha to Sunrise d) Sunset to Fajr
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For it is Allah who is the Time?

Sahih Muslim, Book 27, Hadith 5584: Abu Huraira reported Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) as saying: Do not abuse Time, for it is Allah Who is the Time. For it is Allah Who is the ...
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What is the concept of time in Islam?

In Islam a lot of thing are strictly time based like. For example Ramadan starts from this day in the evening to this day in the evening. The reward for prayers is more in Ramadan. Laylat al-Qadr ...