«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»
«…and if they knew what there is [of reward] in the ‘Ishaa and Fajr prayer, they would come to them even if they had to crawl»
Asad ibn ‘Amr said that for forty years, Abu Haneefah prayed the ‘Ishaa [prayer] and the morning (Fajr) prayer with [the same] wudhoo.
If the menstruating woman [completes her menses and] purifies herself after the the time of ‘Asr has arrived, should she pray the Zhuhr and ‘Asr prayers, or is she just required to pray the ‘Asr prayer?
In some of the masaajid, every day – particularly after the ‘Asr prayer, one of the brothers reads a number of ahaadeeth from the book “Riyaadh as-Saaliheen”; so is this practice [considered to be] an innovation?
Naafi’ reports that if Ibn ‘Umar (radhi-yAllaahu ‘anhumaa) missed the ‘ishaa prayer in congregation, he would remain awake the rest of the night standing in prayer.