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Musafir is a traveler, but after covering how much distance is a person called Musafir? I've been searching for this everywhere but the distance varies everywhere.

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Assalam-O-Alaykoum

The most known response is 80 km, which is 49.70 Miles.

And Allah knows better.

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  • I think one important thing is missing a mussafir is not back home on the same day!
    – Medi1Saif
    Jul 21 at 10:30
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A musafir is the one who is travelling in a distance that is equal or exceeds two marhalah (apprx. 86 ~ 90 km) in one way direction.

If lets say a town is 45km and he travelled forth and back, which is 90km, that cannot be considered as a musafir.

If you are talking about the rukhsah on the Salaah (for example shortening zhuhr and asr from 4rakaat to 2 rakaat) a person must be musafir and the purposes of the journey must not something that is sinful.

Wallahu a'lam

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  • I think one important thing is missing a mussafir is not back home on the same day!
    – Medi1Saif
    Jul 21 at 10:30

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