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Fatima al-Zahra

A Heavenly Lady: Fatima al-Zahra

A Heavenly Lady: Fatima al-Zahra

The highest degree of humanity is Infallibility, where the consent and anger is based solely upon the anger and consent of Allah (SWT). An infallible person shows content to whatever Allah (SWT) is content with, and shows anger to whatever angers Allah (SWT). Lady Fatimah (PBUH) is one whom the Almighty Allah is content when she is satisfied, and is angry when she is angry. This position has astonished many complete people.

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The Birthday of Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.)

The Birthday of Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.) Hadrat Khadija's(S.A.) excellent and noble characteristics are fantastic example for mankind to follow. She is the lady who gave birth to Fatima Zahra(S.A.) and brought her up with talents and virtues. Fatima Zahra(S.A.) was a descendant of two great people. Furthermore, there are undisputed facts that have been declared by the Sacred Messenger and Ahlul-Bayt (A.S.) that neither science nor contemporary discoveries have been able to conquer the deep meanings of, despite what science has achieved in these fields. Because these facts are beyond the reach of machines and telescopes, photographer's advanced lenses can not capture their rays, nor can natural or logical senses realize them. Actually, the truth goes beyond material and logical realization, for the five senses are unable to define it.

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The Exalted Holy Personality of Hadrat Fatimah Zahra (S.A.)

The Exalted Holy Personality of Hadrat Fatimah Zahra (S.A.) Name: Janabe Fatimah (s.a.) Kuniyat: Ummul Hasan, Ummul Husain, Ummul Aimmah and Ummul Mohsin Title: Zahra, Batool, Siddiqa Kubra, Mubarika, Tahira, and Sayyedatun Nisa. Father: Messenger of Allah, Hazrat Mohammed Mustafa (s.a.w.a.). Mother: Queen of Arab, Khadeejatul Kubra (s.a.), the first wife of the Prophet (s.a.w.a.) and the first woman to come under the Faith. Birth: Born five years after the Declaration of Prophethood in the holy city of Mecca. Martyrdom: 11th Hijri at Medina Munawwerah, just 75 days, after the demise of the Holy Prophet (s.a..w.a.). Grave: Due to political expediencies, and as per her own will, she was laid to rest by Hazrat Ali (a.s.) at the dead of the night. To this day, nobody knows where she is actually buried.

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Ziyarat to Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.)

Ziyarat to Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.) It is reported that Lady Fatima (A) said: "My father said to me: `He who prays on your behalf, Allah, Exalted and Glorified is He, shall forgive him and make him join me wherever I may be in Paradise."

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The Prophet's (as) Love for Fatima az-Zahra (sa)

 The Prophet's (as) Love for Fatima az-Zahra (sa) It is difficult to define the extent of the Prophet's (as) love for Fatima az-Zahra (sa) for she occupied a special place in his heart like no other person did. The Prophet's love for Fatima az-Zahra (sa) was mixed with respect and exaltation; and in addition to being motivated by the father/daughter relationship, this love was granted to her for the special talents, and .........

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Fadak In its Real and Symbolic Meaning

Fadak In its Real and Symbolic Meaning Yes, Fadak was in our hands out of all what was under the sky but some people felt greedy for it and others withheld themselves from it.

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The Holy Lady Fatima al-Zahra (S.A)

The Holy Lady Fatima al-Zahra (S.A) There have been many women who have made an everlasting mark on the history of civilization and humankind. They have been great in various aspects.

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The Story of Lady Fatima al-Zahra(S.A): the Daughter of the Holy Prophet

The Story of Lady Fatima al-Zahra(S.A): the Daughter of the Holy Prophet The Prophet of Islam had only one daughter named Fatima. Her mother Khadija had two other daughters from her two earlier marriages. When The Prophet married her, both daughters came with her mother to live in the house of the Prophet.

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Fadak: the property of Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.)

Fadak: the property of Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.) Fadak is a controversial issue that has since the death of Rasulullah (s) created an open wound between the Sunni and Shi'a schools of thought. The best summary exists from Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 53, Number 325:

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Hadrat Fatima's Youth

Hadrat Fatima's Youth Lady Fatima Zahra (A) opened her eyes to the world to enjoy prophetic fatherly love and to suckle Khadija's milk, which was mixed with excellent morals and perfection.

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Hadrat Fatimah Zahra (A.S.), the Greatest Woman

Hadrat Fatimah Zahra (A.S.), the Greatest Woman This Great Lady was the only daughter of the Holy Prophet (saww) and Hazrat Khadijah. She was born in Makkah on Friday, 20th Jamdi-ul-Akhar in the 5th year after the declaration of Prophethood (615 AD).

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Fatima (A.S.): The Perfect Ideal for Women of All Times

Fatima (A.S.): The Perfect Ideal for Women of All Times Hazrat Fatima-Zahra (A.S.) was born on 20th Jamadi al-Thani[1], five years after the first revelation to the Noble Prophet Muhammad (A.S.). She died at the age of eighteen.

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O Ali, Prepare My Funeral at Night

O Ali, Prepare My Funeral at Night To some it may be unclear as to whether Hadrat Fatimah al-Zahra (A.S.)was oppressed and hurt after the demise of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.). The answer to this question can be clearly and completely found in the Sunni and Shia authentic history books...

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The Ideal of Womanhood

The Ideal of Womanhood Her birth revolutionized the status and position of women after ages of oppression. It gave to the world a practical paradigm for the daughters of Eve to mould their lives upon by ending the sordid practice of denying the female her rights – as is still the case in the depraved and decadent societies of the modern world where freedom today means more wanton exploitation of women.

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Hadrat Fatimah Zahra (A.S.): "A Proof upon the Creation"

Hadrat Fatimah Zahra (A.S.): The short lifetime of lady Fatima (A.S.) was not enough for her real rank to be revealed through her words and deeds that were based on the invisible world; this is why she was likened to the Night of Power in its hidden implications and rank.

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Guidance from the Knowledge of Sayyida Fatimah Zahra (A.S.)

Guidance from the Knowledge of Sayyida Fatimah Zahra (A.S.) The Holy Prophet (saww) has said, “Fatimah is part of me, whoever harms her, harms me”. He (saww) has also said, “Fatimah is part of me, whoever disappoints her, disappoints me”.

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Hadrat Fatima (A.S.) The Sacred Spring of Kawthar

Hadrat Fatima (A.S.) The Sacred Spring of Kawthar “We have given you Kawthar… Surely your enemy is the one who shall be without posterity.” (Holy Quran 109:1,3)

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Hadrat Fatimah Zahra(A.S.) Pleads Her Case

Hadrat Fatimah Zahra(A.S.) Pleads Her Case After all else failing, the holy Lady Fatimah Al-Zahra(A.S.), in her desperation and frustration, causes a great controversy among all the Muslims. By personally going to her Father's Mosque of Al-Madinah, after prayers had ended, to publicly expose and demand the immeadiate return of her rightful inheritance from Abu Bakr and his supporters,...

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Untimely Martyrdom of Fatima Zahra

Untimely Martyrdom of Fatima Zahra Condolences to you on the anniversary of a very painful day. Today is the 3rd of Jamadi as-Saani, the day the greatest lady of all time, Hazrat Fatema Zahra (peace upon her) succumbed to her wounds and attained martyrdom a mere 95 days after the passing away of her father, Prophet Mohammad (blessings of God upon him and his progeny).

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Centuries of Poetry Speaks of Oppressions on Sayyidah Zahra (p)

Centuries of Poetry Speaks of Oppressions on Sayyidah Zahra (p) Sayyedah Fatima Az-Zahraa (a.s.), daughter of the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) and Sayyedah Khadija Al-Kobra (a.s.), spouse of Imam Ali (a.s.) and mother of Imam Hassan (a.s.), Imam Hussein (a.s.), Sayyedah Zeinab (a.s.) and Sayyedah Umm Kulthum (a.s.), was martyred at the age of 18 years on 13th Jamadi-ol Awwal, according to some traditions, while other narrations tell it was 3rd Jamadi-oth Thani.

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