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As for those who delay the Fajr prayer until its time passes – while they are able to pray it on time, then their prayer is not accepted, even if they were to pray [it] 1,000 times!
A man narrated [a story] to me, that in their town there was a blind man who knew the time of Fajr had arrived [just] by the smell [in the air]; yes, [just] by its smell – without actually [being able to] see it!
«Whoever prays ‘Ishaa in congregation, it is as if he spent half the night in prayer, and whoever prays Fajr in congregation, it is as if he spent the whole night in prayer»
Missing the Fajr prayer and sleeping during its time instead of praying it, is from the greatest of the prohibited acts, and from the acts of the hypocrites.
A woman completed her menses before Fajr, but did not have a bath [or shower] until after sunrise; so should she be fasting or not?