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The verse of relationship, from the Quran, says:

"Say: `No reward do I ask of you for this except the love of those near of kin. 'And if anyone earns any good, We shall give him an increase of good in respect there of for Allah is Oft-Forgiving, Most Ready to appreciate (service)."(42: 23)

This verse is a clear command from Allah to His noble Prophet. It is as follows:

(Say) O Muhammad, to your nation: (no reward do I ask of you for this) the message of Islam (except the love of those near of kin) to me. (i.e.) Ahlul-Bayt (A).

It is unanimously agreed upon that the kin mentioned in this verse are Ahlul-Bayt (A). There are many traditions narrated by both Shiite and Sunni Scholars, which not only specify the kin mentioned in this verse, but also state their names. Among the narrations mentioned in this regard by Sunni scholars, are the following:

When this verse was revealed, someone said:"Messenger of Allah, who are the kin whose love is obligatory for us?"

The Prophet (S) replied: "Ali,Fatima, and her two children."

This narration has been reported by the following Sunni scholars

1. Ibn Hajar in his al-Sawa'iq al-Muhriqah.

2. al-Thalabi.

3. Al-Suyuti in al-Durr al-Manthur.

4. Abu Nu'aym in Hilyat al-'awliya

5. al-Hamawayni al-Shafi'i in Fara'id al-Samtayn

Another narration similar to the one stated above, is reported by Tabari and Ibn Hajar; according to this narration the Messenger of Allah (S) is reported to have said:

"Surely Allah made it incumbent on you to love my kin, and I will ask you about them in the hereafter."

Moreover, the following narrations mentioned on the account of Ahlul-Bayt are a few of the many saying of the Imams (A) in which they recite this verse as proof of the fact that loving them is a religious duty:

A. It is written in al-Sawa'iq al-Muhriqah by Ibn Hajar that Imam Ali (A) said:

"It is stated in the (Quranic chapter) Ha Mim that no one upholds our love save the faithful ones."

He then read:

"Say: `No reward do I ask of you for this except the love of those near of kin, and if any one earns any good, We shall give him an increase of good in respect thereof; for Allah is Oft-Forgiving, most ready to appreciate (service). "(42: 23)

B. It has also been reported in the same book that Imam Hassan (A) gave a speech in which he said:

"Surely we are among the Ahlul-Bayt whose love and support were made incumbent (upon the faithful) by Allah, the Exalted. He-- Glory be to Him, said:

"Say: `No reward do I ask of you for this except the love of those near of kin, and if arty one earns any good, We shall give him an increase of good in respect thereof. For Allah is Oft-Forgiving, most ready to appreciate (service).'"(42: 23)

C. Imam Ali Ibn Al-Hussain (Zain Al-Abedeen (A)) replied to the Syrian who said to him while he was a prisoner of the Umayyads in Damascus:

"Praise be to Allah Who killed you..etc. "

Then he (A) said: "Haven't you read the verse:

'Say: `No reward do I ask of you for this except the love of those near of kin, and if any-one earns any good, We shall give him an increase of good in respect thereof; For Allah is Oft-Forgiving, most ready to appreciate (service). "'(42: 23)

D. Jabir Ibn Abdullah said:

"A beduin came to the Prophet (S) and said: 'Muhammad, present Islam to me.'

'The Prophet replied: `Bear witness that there is no God but Allah, to whom an associate does not exist; and that Muhammad is the slave and Messenger of Allah. '

The beduin said: `Do you require any reward from me (for bringing me to Islam)?'

He (S) answered:`No, save loving the nearest of kin.'

The beduin then asked: `Mine or yours?'

The Prophet (S) said: `My kin.'

The beduin said: `Let me pay allegiance to you, and may the curse of Allah be on those who do not love you and your kin.'

Thus he (S) said: 'Amen.'"

This narration has been reported by Al-Kinji in Kefayat At-Talib p.31.

Sheikh Amini (may Allah bless his soul) listed forty-five (45) sources in v.3 of Al-Ghadeer which state that the verse was revealed regarding Ali, Fatima, Al-Hassan and Al-Hussain (A). They are: Imam Ahmad, Ibn al-Mundir, Ibn Abu Hatim, Tabari, Ibn Mardawaih, Tha'labi, Abu Abdullah al-Mula, Abu Sheikh Nisaee, Wahidi, Abu Nu'aym, Bagawi, Bazaz, Ibn Maghazili, Hasakani, Muhib al-Deen, Zamakhshari, Ibn Asaker, Abu al-Faraj, Hamueeni, Nishabouri, Ibn Talhe, Razi, Abu al-Saoud, Abu Hayan, Ibn Abu al-Hadeed, Baidhawi, Nasfi, Haithami, Ibn Sabagh, Ganji, Manawi, Qastalani, Zarandi, Khazin, Zargani, Ibn Hajar, Samhoudi, Suyuti, Safuri, Saban, Shab Lanje, Handhrami, and Nabhawi.



Allah, the Exalted said:

"If anyone disputes in this matter with thee, now after (full) knowledge hath come to thee, say: `Come! Let us gather together; our sons arid your sons, our women and your women, ourselves and yourselves. Then let us invoke the curse of God on those who lie!'"(3: 61)

This event is famous and is known to all Muslims. Islamic scholars are united on the fact that it was revealed in regard to the Christian delegation who came from Najran to dispute the issue of Isa Ibn Maryam (A) with the Prophet (S). In v.6 of Bihar, Imam Ali (A) mentioned the event in the following manner:

A delegation of Najrani Christians led by three prominent men, Al-Aqib, Muhsen, and the Archbishop; these meet along with two prominent jews came to the Prophet (S). They intended to argue with him; the archbishop started:

"Abu Al-Qasim, who was Musa's father?"

The Prophet answered: "Imran."

The archbishop then said: "Who was Yusufsfather?"

The Prophet answered: "Yaqoub."

The archbishop continued: "May I be your sacrifice; who is your father?"

The Prophet answered: "Abdullah Ibn Abd al-Muttalib."

Then the archbishop asked: "Who is Isa's (Jesus) father?"

The Prophet (S) waited a moment while Gabriel revealed the following to him: "(Say) he was the Spirit of Allah and His Word."

The archbishop then asked: "Can he be a spirit without having a body?"

Again a revelation was sent to the Prophet (S) the revelation is as follows:

"The similitude of Isa before Allah is as that of Adam; He created him from dust, then said to him: `Be.' And he was."

When the archbishop heard this, he jumped in objection to the Prophet saying that Isa (A) was created from dust, and said:

"Muhammad, We don't find this to be in the Torah, the Bible, or in the Zabour. You are the first one to say this."

This was the moment that the verse of Mubahala was revealed.

After the delegation had heard the verse, they said:

"Assign for us a solemn meeting (in which every side supplicates to Allah to curse the other side if they are followers of falsehood)."

The Prophet's answer to this was: "Tomorrow morning, if Allah wills."

The next morning, the Prophet finished his morning prayers and ordered Ali to follow him and Fatima, in turn, holding Al-Hassan and Al-Hussain to follow Ali.

The Prophet (S) then told them:"When I supplicate you should say: Amen."

When the delegation saw the holy family and that the Prophet (S) had spread a mat for himself and family, they said to each other:

"By Allah, he is a true Prophet; and if he curses us, surely Allah will answer his prayer and destroy us. The only thing that can save us, is to ask him to relieve us from this meeting."

Razi, in his interpretation of the Holy Quran states:

'The Archbishop said: "O Christians, I surely see faces of men, who if they were to ask Allah to move a mountain, He would surely do it. Do not hold this meeting, or you shall be destroyed and no Christian will remain on Earth until the Day of Resurrection."

The delegation proceeded toward the Messenger and said:"Abu Al-Qasim, relieve us (from this) solemn meeting."

The Prophet said: "Indeed I will; but the One who sent me with righteousness is my witness that had I cursed you, Allah would not have left a Christian on the face of the earth."

This has been a summary of the story. What matters to us here, is Allah's saying in the verse:

"Our women and your women."

All Muslims have agreed that the Prophet took Ali with him to represent "ourselves,"

Al-Hassan and Al-Hussain to represent "Our Sons," and Fatima Zahra to represent "Our Women," It is also a given fact that he did not accompany any other woman including his wives, his aunts, or any other Muslim women.

This proves that there was not a woman as excellent, great, holy, and chaste as Fatima (A) was. The Prophet called Fatima alone to join him, because she was the only woman capable of fulfilling the qualifications of the verse



Allah the Exalted has said:

"Verily the Good shall drink of a Cup (of wine) mixed with Kafur. A fountain where the Devotees of God do drink, making it flow in unstinted abundance. They perform (their) vows, and they fear a Day whose evil lies far and wide. And they feed, for the love of God, the indigent, the orphan and the captive. Saying, `We feed you for the sake of God alone; no reward do we desire from you, nor thanks.' `We only fear a Day of distressful Wrath from the side of our Lord.' But God will deliver them from the evil of that day, and will shed over them a light of Beauty and a (blissful) Joy. And because they were patient and constant, He will reward them with a Garden and (garment of) silk. Reclining in the (Garden) on raised thrones, they will see there neither the sun's (excessive heat) nor (the moon's) excessive cold. And the shades of the (Garden) will come low over them, and the bunches (of fruit), there, will hang low in humility. And amongst them will be passed round vessels of silver and goblets of crystal; Crystal clear, made of silver. They will determine the measure thereof (According to their wishes). And they will be given to drink there of a Cup (of wine) mixed with Zanjabil. A fountain there, called Salsabil.

And around about them will (serve) youths of perpetual (freshness): if thou seest them, thou wouldst think them scattered Pearls. And when thou lookest, It is there thou wilt see a Bliss and a Realm Magnificent. Upon them will be green garments of fine silk and heavy brocade, and they will be adorned with Bracelets of silver; and their Lord will give to them to drink of a Wine pure and Holy. Verily this is a Reward for you, and your Endeavor is accepted and recognized." (76: 5-22)

These verses were revealed after Ali, Fatima, Hassan, and Hussain (A) gave charity to needy people; this story is stated in the book Al-Kashaf by Zamakhshari; it goes as follows:

"Ibn Abbas said:

`Once Al-Hassan and Al-Hussain (A) were ill, the Messenger of Allah and a group went to visit them. The visitors suggested to Imam Ali (A) to make a vow to Allah: if He were to relieve them, he would perform some good action. Therefore, Imam Ali together with Fatima and their servant Fidhdha vowed to Allah that they would fast for three days if He would relieve Hassan and Hussain.'

'When Allah had relieved them, Imam Ali (A)borrowed three (3) aswu (a cubic measure) of barley from a Jew known as Shimon. Fatima ground one (1) sa'a (singular of aswu) of the barley and baked five loaves of bread for her family's meal at sunset. As sunset approached, a needy man knocked on the door and said: Assalamu Alaikum, Family of Muhammad. I am a needy man from among the Muslims, feed me, may Allah feed you from the food of Paradise.' The holy family preferred the needy man over themselves and spent the night with nothing in their stomachs save water.'

'They fasted the second day, and again at sunset, when they were waiting for their food, an orphan asked them for help and they again preferred him over themselves. The third evening a captive (prisoner of war) asked them for help and they repeated their preference for the needy above themselves.'

'The following morning, Imam Ali (A) took Al-Hassan and Al-Hussain to the Messenger of Allah (S)who said the following when he saw them shaking like little chicks from hunger:

"The Prophet said: It displeases us to see you in this condition.'

Then he went with them, for he wanted to see Fatima. When they arrived, Fatima (A) was in the Mehrab (prayer place), and her condition was such that it further displeased the Prophet (S).At this time, Gabriel descended and said:

`Take this chapter Muhammad, - Allah surely congratulates you for having this family. "

It is worthy to state that the Good ones mentioned here are Ali, Fatima, Hassan and Hussain; who deserve Paradise because of their act of feeding the needy, the orphan, and the captive.

Another point to keep in mind here is that despite the detailed description of Paradise given in the verses, Allah, the Exalted, does not mention the huris. This understood to be in honor and exaltation of Fatima (A) the wife of Imam Ali, and the mother of Hassan and Hussain


Hazrat Fatima (A.S.) in the Holy Quran
Allah is the light of the heavens and the earth; a likeness of His light is as a niche in which is a lamp, the lamp is in a glass ....
[ 25 : 35 ]Ibn al Maghazli al Shafi'i has related that the niche means Hazrat Fatima ( A.S.), the lamp means Hasan ( A.S.) and Hussain ( A.S.) .....
Give the kinsman his due .... [ 17 : 26 ]
Commentators have written that when this verse was revealed the Holy Prophet ( S.A.W. ) asked the Angel Gibrael : Who are the kinsmen and what is their due ? The Angel replied : Give Fidak to Fatima(A.S.) for it is her due, and whatever is due to Allah and the Prophet out of Fadak, that also belongs to her, so entrust it to her also. Thereupon the Holy Prophet called Fatima ( A.S. ) and wrote the deed of gift, giving Fadak to her.
Tafseer Durre Mansoor ( Volume 4 page 177 )
It is Allah's wish to remove all blemish from you, O Ahl al Bayt, and purify you with a perfect purification. [ 33 : 33 ]
Al Tirmizi, Ibn Manthoor, Al Hakim, Ibn Mardawaih and Al Bayhaqi in his Sunan, all recorded the report of Umme Salemah, wife of the Prophet ( S.A.W. ) in which she said :
Im my own house the Quranic verse : Certainly God wants to keep away all abominitions from you .... Ali Fatima, Al Hassan and Al Hussein were at my house. The messenger of God covered them with a garment and then said : These are the members of my House. God keep away abomination from them and make them pure and spotless.
Sahih al Tirmizi, Volume 5 page 328 Hadith no. 3875
And whoever disputes with thee concerning him after the inspired knowledge which has been given untoo thee, tell him :
' Come, let us call our sons and your sons; our women and your women; and ourselves and yourselves; then let us pray and invoke Allah's curse upon those who lie. [ 3 : 61 ]
When the above verse came down ( at the time of debate between the Messenger and the Christians from Najran ), the Messenger of God called upon Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Hussein and said : God, these are the members of my family.
Sahih Muslim Volume 15 page 176

The Marriage
One day when the Prophet ( S.A.W. ) came out and joined his companions his face was beaming with joy. Abd al Rahman ibn Awf inquired as to the cause of his ( S.A.W. ) joy and the Prophet
( S.A.W. ) said :
I have received good tidings from my Lord about my brother and the son of my uncle, that Allah has given my daughter Fatima, Peace be Upon Her and her progeny, in marriage to Ali.
Sawaiq Al Muhriqah page 103
The Prophet ( saw ) said :
O Fatima ! Are you not pleased with this, that Allah, the Mighty and Glorious, cast a glance on the dwellers of the earth and selected from them two men, one of them your father and the other your husband ?
Mustadrak Al Hakim Volume 3 page 129
Kanz al Ummal Volume 6 page 153
Musnad of Imam Ahmed Volume 5 page 39
Sharh al Nahj al Balagah Volume 2 page 451
Ibn Abu Hatam has recorded a report from Anas, who says that Umar and Abu Bakr came to the Prophet ( S.A.W.) and each of them requested to give him the hand of Fatima ( A.S. ). But the Prophet ( S.A.W. ) kept silent and gave no answer. Then both of them went to Ali ( A.S. ) and told him that they had asked for the hand of Fatima ( A.S. ), but the Prophet ( S.A.W. ) gave no answer. They requested Ali ( A.S. ) to ask for the hand of Fatima ( A.S. ).
Many eminent traditionists have copied this report from Ibn Hatam. Ibn Hajar Asqalani has recorded in the opening part of Chapter 11 of Sawaiq al Muhriqah.
Kanz al Ummal Volume 6 page 153
Musnad of Imam Ahmed Volume 5 page 31
The Prophet ( S.A.W. ) gave Abu Bakr some money and asked him to accompany Salman and Bilal to buy some house hold necessities for Fatimas house. The Prophet said to Abu Bakr :
Buy some appropriate household necessities for my daughter with this money.
Abu Bakr said :
He ( saw ) gave me sixty three ( 63 ) dirhams, so we went to the market and bought the following
a leather mat
a Khaibairion cloak
jugs and jars for water
a thin curtain made of wool
a veil costing 4 ( foour ) dirhams
a bed embellished with ribbon
a mat from Hajar
a special copper container used for dye stuff
a water skin

Salutations to Hazrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.)
Peace be upon you, Oh daughter of the Messenger of Allah !
Peace be upon you, Oh daughter of the possessor of outstanding merit
above all Prophets and messengers and angels !
Peace be upon you, Oh Leader of the Women of the Worlds.
Peace be upon you, Oh Wife of the Vicegrent of Allah !
Peace be upon you, Oh mother of Hassan and Hussein, the Leaders of the Youth of Paradise !
Peace be upon you, Oh most truthful and martyr.
Peace be upon you, who was pleased to resign to the will of Allah and Allah was pleased with you.
Peace be upon you, Oh possessor of outstanding merit of above others,and the pure.
Peace be upon you, who is holy and guarded herself against sins !
Peace be upon you, who is knowledgeable and an authority on traditions of the Prophet.
Peace be upon you, who was subjected to anger and oppression.
Peace be upon you, Oh Fatima, daughter of the Messenger of Allah, and May Allah have mercy on you and bless you.

The Value of Fatima (AS)
Imam Al Hassan Ibn Ali Al Askari reported that his father quoted Jabir Ibn Abdullah as saying : ' The Messenger of Allah, Peace be Upon him and his cleansed progeny, said : ' When Allah created Adam and Eve, they strutted through paradise and said : ' Who are better than we ? ' At that moment they noticed an image of a girl like they had never seen before; from this girl came an illuminating light so bright that it almost blinded the eyes.
They said : ' O Lord, what is this ? '
He answered : ' This is the Image of Fatima ( A.S.), the mistress of your women descendants. '
Lisan Al Mizan Volume 3 page 346
Ibn Abbas said : ' Aisha entered the house while the Messenegr of Allah was kissing Fatima ( A.S. ), so she said : ' Do you love her, O Messenger of Allah ? '
He replied : ' Indeed, by Allah if you knew the extent of my love for her, your love would increase for her. When I was in the forth heaven ... that I found these dates softer than butter, more pleasent than musk and sweeter than honey. So when I descended to earth, I came unto Khadija and she bore Fatima. Thus Fatima is a human huri, whenever I long for paradise I smell her.
Tareekhe Baghdad Volume 5 page 87 ( Al Khateeb Al Baghdadi )
Mizan Al Itidal page 63 ( Muhammad Ibn Ahmed Al Demashqain )
Al Mizan Volume 5 page 160 ( Asqalani )
Dhakhear al Uqbi page 43 ( Tabari )

Sayings of the Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) about Hadrat Fatima Zahra (A.S.) and the Response of Ummah
Now we will discuss about Hazrat Fatima Zahra(A.S.) in the light of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) sayings and will see how the ummah in general regarded the wish of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.).
Hazrat Zahra (A.S.) was the central figure of the Ahllal Bayt. If after the Holy Prophet her status and respect would have been preserved and regarded by the ummah then no trouble would have come upon the holy progeny of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) . Now just we look at the sayings of the Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) :-
1. Ref:- Zakhair ul Oqba and Neyabe ul Mowadatt.
Narrated by Hazrat Ali (A.S.) "Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) said Ya Fatima God gets angry with your anger and God pleasures with your pleasure " ( And it is very clear that Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) was very angry with some of the people among the ummah )
2. Ref. Tareekh Abul Fawada Pt.1 P-375
After the death of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) people left the body of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) and gathered in Saqifa Bani Saada. Only Hazrat Ali ( A.S.) with very few people were left to attend the final rites of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) and when the people returned from Saqifa the Holy body of Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) was buried. Instead of showing any sympathy or grief on this great sorrowful event the people started gathering with great anger on the door of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) and their main aim was to get Bayat from Hazrat Ali (A.S.)
3. Ref. Tareekh Tibri , Al Imamat wal Seyasat Pt.1 P-12.
Omer with other people came to the door of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) with fire and shouted that every one in the house must come out otherwise I will burn this house ( Be reminded that it was the same house on which Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) used to come for salam , Reference is already quoted ) Hazrat Zahra ( A.S.) herself came to the door and said Ya Ibn-e- khttaab you want to burn the house though there are Ali and Hasnain inside the house, he replied let them be .
4. Ref. Roza Al Manazer Berhashia Kamil P-113.
The door of Hazrat Zahra (A.S.) was put on fire, when Syeda Zahra (A.S.) came to the door, the burning door was dropped on her and with the result she was badly injured . Allama Moheen while commenting on the event wrote in his book Al-Mallel wal Nahal Shrestani ( P-20) that later the death of Hazrat Zahra (A.S.) was caused due to the injury of burning door which was dropped on her.
5. Ref. Maaraj-n- Nabuwat Chpt. 3 P-42 , Tareekh Yaqoobi Pt.2 P-116.
The people got inside the house of Hazret Zahra by shouting and destroying every thing, on this Hazrat Zahra came out and said go away from my house otherwise I will pray against you to the God.
6. Ref. Al-Imammat wal Seyasat Pt. 1, P-141.
Later on the Shaikhain came to the door of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) and admitted that we have made you angry and wanted to get excused but Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) turned her face away by saying that till to the last breath I will keep praying against you to the God, on this both went back .
7. Ref. Admice of Shamsul Ullama Nazir Ahmed Dahlavi with reference to these books.Estiahab Pt-2 P-772 , Alkari Pt. 12 P-18 , Roza tul Ahbab Pt. 1 P- 434, Azala tul Khafa Pt.2 P-52
Hazrat Fatima Zahra(A.S.) Stopped talking to Abubakar and Umar and at the time of her death she advised that both of them are not to be allowed to come to her Janaza prayer and my body should be buried in the darkness of night.
8. Ref. From Row-e-Sadiqa ( Dupty Nazir Ahmed )
It is very sorrowful to say that after the death of Holy of Islam(S.A.W.) the Ahlul Bayt came across very sad events and their status and respect was dropped down till the condition reached to the happening of Karbala the quite unique event of its nature.
9. As per Hafiz Mohammad bin Ali Shre Ashowb only the following people were in the Janaza Prayer of Hazrat Zahra :-
1. Hazrat Ali, 2. Hazrat Hassan 3. Hazrat Hussain, 4. Hazrat Aqueel, 5. Hazrat Sulaman .... 6. Hazrat Miqdad , 7. Hazrat Ammar Yasar, 8. Hazrat Bureda, 9. Hazrat Abbas, 10. Hazra ......... Fazal, . 11.Hazrat Hazeefa, 12. Hazrat Abu Zar.
10. Ref. Nayabe ul Mowadat P-417
From Anas , the Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) said that there are four women who are of highest status in the whole universe. They are Mariam Bint-e- Imran, Assia Bint-e- Mazahem , Khadeja Bint-e- Khulid and Fatima Bint-e-Mohemmad (A.S.)
11 Brief Comments on Fadak.
· Here we are not discussing Fadak in detail because it itself is needs a complete article, but just to point out the situation prevailing after the death of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) . To see that the people who are considered to be the most faithful to the Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) in fact were having enmity with Hazrat Zahra ( by keeping in view that as per saying of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) the enemy of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) was the enemy of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) himself but how a strange it is that enemy of Hazrat Zahra (A.S.) is considered to be the most faithful friend of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) , How the people joined two impossibilities together )
· Just after the death of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) the Fadak which was given to her by the Holy prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) was taken back from her by force by the Khalifa and when Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) forwarded her claim of Fadak to the governing authority it was turned down by taking the support of one self made hadith which was opposite to the teaching of Holy Quran.
· According to Ayah-e- Mubahela she was the central figure of Sadaqeen , as per Ayah Tatheer she was among those whose Taharat was granted by God. According to the teaching and a lot of repeated sayings of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) she was very close rather a part of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) , but the powerful governing body rejected her claim by considering her to be the wrong , false , unaware of Islamic teaching etc.
· In this regard her evidences (Ali and Hasnain ) were also rejected. Please note that these people according to Quranic standard were Sadayqeen if they were now false in their witness then , Is the Quranic standard not challenged ?
· Mullana Sadduruden Hanafi in his book " Rawaaha al-Mutafa " P-96 (urdu) comments that after the death of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) many abnormal events happened , for example Burning of the main door of the house of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) by Umar, Falling of burning door on Hazrat Zahra(A.S.), Gathering of crowed and shouting on the door of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.), And saying of Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) that these people (those who highly made her angry) should not be permitted to take part in my Janaza prayer, these all events show that the daughter of Holy Prophetof Islam(S.A.W.) left this world in a very gloomy state.
· On the grave of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) said . " Oh! my father , after you I faced such a terrible troubles that if they were to be faced by shining days they would have turned into dark nights. "
· ( Being a muslim just think that Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) after the death of Holy Prophetof Islam(S.A.W.) remained only 70 or 90 days in this world but even in such a shot time she was subjected to countless and terrible troubles after all who were be the responsible for this ? )
· Shah Abdul Haq Dahlvi in his book " Sarha -e- Meshkat Pt.3 P-453 says that among all disputes the Fadak is the most difficult one because it can not be justified in any way.
· Now at the end of this sub topic we will not comment much but leave it to the conscious of every Muslim, he himself should justify that tomorrow how he is going to face the Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) !. Did he regarded the saying of Holy Prophet of Islam(S.A.W.) in respect of Ahlul Bait and specially about Hazrat Zahra(A.S.) ? How the enemy of Hazrat Zahra (A.S.) ( in fact the enemy of Holy Prophetof Islam(S.A.W.) ) became the most respectable figures of the Muslims world?


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