As-Salamu alaikum brothers and sisters, there's a Hadith that says the best prayer to Allah, Subhannahu wat'ala, is praying the 4th and 5th part of a 6-part night (from maghrib to fajr) and sleeping the rest. If so, why did, Imam Abu Hanifa for example, pray ALL the night if he could've received more Hasanat if he had prayed two parts? and what also surprised me is that even the Sahaba Qatada (RA) did that on some days, yet Sahaba know better than all of us.

Jazakum Allah khayran and baraka Allahu feekum, and don't let this site distract you from your duties to Allah.

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