Lady Fatima (s) was the only daughter of the Prophet Muhammad (s) and Lady Khadija (s). She was born on Friday 20th Jamadi us-sani, five yearsafter the Holy Prophetdeclared his message. The Holy Prophet had lost 2 sons Qasim and Tahir, in infancy. After the loss of Tahir, Makkans led…
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Bibi Fatima (s.a) is the only daughter of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) and Lady Khadija (s.a). She was born on Friday the 20th Jamadi us-Sani, five yearsafter the Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) declared his message. She is also known by other names like She was noble, kind, generous, and always…
Holy Prophet (PBUH) also reported having said: “(bibi) Fatimah is part of me, that which annoys her annoys me, and that which harms her harms me.”Sahih Muslim, v. 5, p. 54; Khasa’is Al-Imam Ali of Nisa’i, p. 121-122; Masabih Al-Sunnah, v. 4, p. 185; Al-Isabah, v. 4, p. 378; Seir Alam Al-Nubala’, v. 2, p. 119; Kenz Al-Omal, v. 13, p. 97; similar wording is related in Al-Tirmidhi, v. 3, Chapter on the Virtues of Fatima, p. 241; Haliyat Al-Awliya’, v.2, p. 40; Muntakhab Kenz Al-Omal, in the margins of Al-Musnad, v. 5, p. 96; Maarifat Ma Yajib Li Aal Al-Bait Al-Nabawi Min Al-Haqq Alaa Men Adahum, p. 58; Dhakha’ir Al-Uqubi, p. 38; Tadhkirat Al-Khawass, p. 279; Yanabi^ Al-Mawadda, v.2, ch. 59, p. 478.
Prophet (PBUH) said: “The best of your men is Ali Ibn Abu Talib (a.s), and the best of your women is Fatimah Binte Muhammad.”
Bibi Fatimah (s.a), the daughter
She loved and cared for her father and took care of him when he was sick or injured in one of the battles to defend Islam. After the death of her mother, Hazrat Khadija, she went even more often to the Prophet (PBUH) and comforted him in times of difficulty, so much so that he called her “Ummi Abiha” which means “mother of her father.”
The Prophet (saw) used to stand up to receive her when she visited him. It was clearly against Arab custom for a father to stand up for his daughter. This shows the high spiritual status accorded to Fatimah by Allah.
It is narrated that Anas bin Malik’s mother said: “Fatimah was like a moon in the whole night, or the sun covered by no clouds. She was white (bright) with a touch of pink color on her face, her hair was black and she had the Messenger of Allah beautiful features.”
It is also reported that: “Whenever the Prophet (saw) returned from a journey, he would kiss Fatima’s neck and say: ‘From her, I smell the fragrance of Paradise’.”
Bibi Fatimah (s.a), the wife
Her home environment was an example of harmony, peace, calm, and modesty. She assisted her husband in his worldly and religious affairs and co-operated with him in the attainment of his lofty mission.
It is written in Al-Bihar, on the authority of Manaqeb that Imam Ali (s.a) said: “By Allah, I never teased Fatimah, or forced her to do anything (she did not like), until the day she died, or did she ever angry or disobedient to me. In fact, when I looked at her, depression and sadness would be removed (from my heart.)
Imam Baqir (a.s) said: Fatimah agreed to take care of the housework, making the dough, baking bread, and cleaning the house; Ali in return agreed to take care of the outside work (such as) gathering firewood and bringing food.”
Bibi Fatimah (a.s), the mother
Suffice it to say that Fatimah (s.a) raised two boys, Hassan and Hussein, the leaders of the youth of Paradise who were the purified and infallible Imams. She raised two daughters; Zainab and Umme Kulthum. The elder was Zainab (s.a) who continued Imam Hussein’s mission to the court of Yezid bin Mu’awiya and ensured its success.
Bibi Fatimah (s.a), the teacher
Since she was brought up by the Prophet of Allah (PBUH) (the city of knowledge) and in the company of her husband (the gate to the city of knowledge), it is easy to understand why she was very enlightened in the knowledge of the Qur’an. ‘one and Islamic law.
It is reported in Al-Bihar that a lady came to Hazrat Fatimah with questions, and then repeatedly came with more questions. Then she felt embarrassed and said that she did not want to trouble Fatimah. Then Hazrat Fatimah replied: “Ask me anything that is on your mind…” “My reward for (answering) every request is more than the one who fills (the space) between the ground and the throne (heaven) with pearls; Therefore, I should be more inclined to answer your questions.”
Imam Ali (a) said that the messenger of Allah (s) said to Fatima (s), “Allah is displeased for your displeasure and pleased for your pleasure.”Ref – Mustadrak al-Hakim, v3 p153, Usd al-Ghabah, v5 p522, al-Isabah, v8 p159, Tahthib at-Tahthib, v12 p441, Kanzol Ummal, v6 p219.
Musawwir bin Makhramah narrated that the Prophet (s) said to Fatima (s), “Fatima is a part of me. Whoever displeases her displeases me.”Ref – Sahih of al-Bukhari, v4 p210, 219, Kanzol Ummal, v12 p112, Faydh al-Qadeer, v4 p554
Musawwir bin Makhramah narrated that the Prophet (s) said, “Fatima is a part of me. Whatever troubles her troubles me and whatever harms her harms me.”Ref – Musnad of Ahmad bin Hanbal, v4 p328, Hilyat al-Awliya’, v2 p40, Sahih of al-Bukhari, v6 p158.
Musawwir bin Makhramah narrated that the Prophet (s) said, “Fatima is but a branch from me. Whatever delights her delights me, and whatever depresses her depresses me.”Ref – Kanzol Ummal, v12 p111, Mustadrak al-Hakim, v3 p154.
Abdullah bin az-Zubayr narrated that the Prophet (s) said, “Verily Fatima is a part of me. Whatever harms her harms me, and whatever irritates her irritates me.”Ref – Sahih of at-Tarmithi, v2 p19, Musnad of Ahmad bin Hanbal, v4 p5.
Abu Hurayra narrated that the Prophet (s) said, “The first person, who shall enter Paradise, is Fatima (s).”Ref – Mizan al-I’tidal, v2 p131.
Once, the Prophet (s) held Fatima’s hand and said before Muslims, “He, who has known Fatima has known her, and he, who has not (let him know her); she is Fatima bint Muhammad. She is a part of me and she is my heart and my soul that is between my two sides. Whoever harms her harms me, and whoever harms me harms Allah.”Ref – Noor al-Absar, p.41.
Ahmad bin Hanbal mentioned in his Musnad that the Prophet (s) had said to his daughter Fatima (s), ‘May your father be sacrificed for you!’ He repeated that three times.Ref – As-Sawa’iq al-Muhriqah, p109.
The Prophet (s) said to Imam Ali (a), “You will be with me in my place in the Paradise with my daughter Fatimah. You are my brother and companion.” Then he recited this verse, “…as brethren, on raised couches, face to face.”15:47 Ref – Ar-Riyadh an-Nadhirah, v2 p209.
The Prophet (s) said, “Fatima is part of me, and whoever pleases her, pleases me.”Ref – Al-Sawaiq Al-Muhariqa, p. 180 & 132; Mustadrak Al-Hakim; Maarifat Ma Yajib Li Aal Al-Bait Al-Nabawi Min Al-Haqq Alaa Men Adahum, p. 73; Yanabi^ Al-Mawadda, v. 2, ch. 59, p. 468.
The Prophet (s) said, “Fatima is the head of the women of Paradise.”Ref – Sahih Al-Bukhari, v. 3, Kitab Al-Fadha’il, Chapter on the Virtues of Fatima, p. 1374; Mustadrak Al-Sahihain, v. 3, Chapter on the Virtues of Fatima, p. 164; Sunan Al-Tirmidhi, v. 3, p. 266; Kenz Al-Omal, v. 13, p. 193; Muntakhab Kenz Al-Omal, v. 5, p. 97; Al-Jami^ Al-Sagheer, v. 2, no. 564, p. 5760; Seir Alam Al-Nubala’, v. 2, p. 123; Al-Sawaiq Al-Muhariqa, p. 187 & 191; Khasai’s Al-Imam Ali of Nisa’i, p. 118; Yanabi^ Al-Mawadda, v. 2, p. 79; Al-Jawhera Fi Nasab Ali Wa Aalihi, p. 17; Al-Bidaya wa Al-Nihaya, v. 2, p. 60.
The Prophet (s) said, “Fatima is a branch of me, what pleases her pleases me, and what saddens her, saddens me.”Ref – Mustadrak Al-Sahihain, v. 3, Chapter on the Virtues of Fatima, p. 168; Kenz Al-Omal, v. 13, p. 96; Muntakhab Kenz Al-Omal, v. 5, p. 97; Seir Alaam Al-Nubala’, v. 2, p. 132.
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