Biography of Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه)

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – His Prophet Islam had just one daughter, named Fatima. The mother of Fatima Khadija had two daughters from two earlier marriages. When the Prophet got married both daughters joined her mother and stayed in the home belonging to Prophet. Hazrat Fatima (sa) was born five years earlier than Bethat at a time when Muhammad (S) had been approximately 35 years old, and her mother Khadija was 50 years old. aged.

 She also holds other titles. Zahra (Lady of Light) and Sayyidatun Nisa al Alamin (Leader of women across the world). Her birth date was the 20th Jamad al-Akhar. After the passing of her mom Khadija She looked after her father, the Prophet of Islam with such devotion she Muhammad (S) would refer to her as “Umme Abiha”, i.e. the mother of her father.

 The most difficult period for the family as the identical the year Abu Talib who was the protector of Muhammad (S) from the resentment of the Quraish also passed away the same year, as Khadija. Muhammad (S) was married to Umme Salama, an old widow, following the demise of Khadija in order to have someone else to take care of household chores.

 In the event that Umme Salama was asked to teach Fatima (sa) the youngster Fatima (sa) and was asked to tutor the child, the intelligent woman said “How can I help a child who is the embodiment of purity and virtues. It is my duty to be able to learn about the woman she is.” Her early years was therefore spent in a very clean and modest setting. 

This was the time when she witnessed her father’s reverence preaching Islam in a hostile environment. The hatred of the Quraish following the deaths of Abu Talib and Khadija was the most violent. Fatima observed and healed the wounds suffered by her father resulting from the stones thrown at him by non-believers who were in opposition to the doctrine of Islam. 

She may have heard or witnessed how some of the vile women hurled garbage at her father’s noble character. It is possible that she learned about the plans to end the life of her father. However, despite all this, Fatima was not scared nor sad. She was there to comfort her father and taking care of his wounds in her tender years. All of the members in her family were covered with gas clouds filled with sorrow due to the nearly every day humiliation and snark that her revered father was exposed.

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Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – After the transfer occurred, Fatima was left in Makka with the rest the family, that included her step mother Umme Salama, ‘Ali’s (as) mother Fatima binte Asad and many more. “Ali” (as) was the chief over the whole family. He remained in Makka for the next three days to return the money for the Makkans who handed them over to the Prophet for safekeeping. After completing this task “Ali” (as) carried his family to Madina


Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – When Fatima was old enough there were many hopefuls who were interested in her marriage. In the Holy Prophet’s presence, he was waiting for the Divine guidance in this matter until Imam `Ali approached him and requested to marry her. The Holy Prophet appeared to Fatima () and inquired “My daughter! Do you agree to be married to Ali in the manner I have been ordered to do by Allah?” Fatima () then was modest and bowed her head. Umm Salamah tells us the followingstory “Fatima’s face Fatima was radiant with joy, while her silence became so beautiful and noticeable so that Holy Prophet was able and shouted: Allahu Akbar’(Allah is wonderful)! Her silence was her acceptance.”

On the Friday of Thul Hijja 1 2 A.H., which corresponded to May 25 624 A.D. according to the Julian Christian calendar or to the 28th day of May in the same year as per the Gregorian Christian calendar which is frequently employed in the text of this book The wedding ceremony occurred. The entire Muhajirun HTML0(emigrants) as well as Ansar HTML1(supporters) who were from Medina came to the mosque, while Imam `Ali was in the presence of the Holy Prophet wearing the dignity and respect of an elopement bride.

The Holy Prophet first read an inspiring sermon, then declared: “I have been commanded by Allah to have Fatima wed to `Ali And I do hereby take the step of solemnizing the marriage between `Ali and Fatima on a dower worth 4000 mithqalof silver.” Then he questioned Imam Ali, “Do you agree to this, O Ali? ” “Yes I do, holy Prophet from Allah!” said Imam Ali (`).

Then, the Holy Prophet lifted his hands to pray as follows: “O Lord! Give them both Your blessings and their offspring, and give them the keys to Your goodness and wisdom, your treasures of knowledge and genius. Let them bring peace and blessing to my mother.” Her children, Imam Hasan, Imam Hussain, Zainab and Umm Kulthum have been praised for their devotion to God and charity as well as their generosity. Their moral vigor and actions altered the historical course and strengthened Islam that otherwise could have been lost to humanity.

As as a spouse, Ali was extremely dedicated to her husband. She did not ask Ali for anything during her whole life. As a mother, she took care for and raised wonderful children. They have left their mark in the pages of history that time and plots of the enemies in the case of Ahl al-Bayt (`) cannot erase.


Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه)Hassan (as) was born during the year 3 of Hijra, Husayn (as) was born in the fourth calendar year Hijra, Zainab was born in the year 6 of Hijra, Umme Kulthoom was born in the seventh anniversary of Hijra. It was in this home where is the famous Verses in the Book of Purification (Surah 33.Verse 33) was revealed to the Holy Prophet and its narration by Fatima is so well-known that it is used in every Muslim home as Hadith-eKisa. 

This Reading of the Hadith will bring blessings to the household. (Tafseer-e- Kabir by Al-Razi). It was the same house that the blessed family fasted for three days without eating a single meal, giving the gift of the proceeds of their Iftari to a homeless person orphan, and even a prisoner who walked up to their door and demanded food. This is the Verse from Surah Dahr revealed in praise of their generosity to the will of Allah. 

It was the same house where each morning, the Holy Prophet stood out and proclaimed with great fervor “Assalamo Alaykum Ahlebaitin Nubuwwah” Ahlebaitin Nubuwwah” Peace and blessings to those who are part of the household of Nabi. There was such respect for his Holy Prophet Fatima (sa) which each time Fatima (sa) came into the Mosque of Prophet Muhammad the Holy Prophet was able to stand up and show respect for her. The gesture was also meant to show the men the respect women were given, which was not present within this Arabian social order of the time. 

The Prophet’s actions were meant to demonstrate to his people in the house that this place and its inhabitants hold an important spot in the sight to Allah and that this position must be preserved in the event of the death that of his Prophet. It was unfortunate that this wasn’t performed according to what the Holy Prophet had commanded and his followers to perform.

 The history of the house reveals some tragic moments that were associated with the house. Following Muhammad’s death,, when the Prophet ‘Ali (as) was not able to leave to take the swearing of allegiance Abubakr the house, the entrance into the dwelling was burned down to let him out and Fatima (sa) became wounded. The 5th child she had was killed as a result of this brutal act of some of her friends and she passed away within three months after the death of her father in heaven. The lines below illustrate her struggle following the passing of her beloved father in a very clear way.

 “After the passing of my father’s death, my pains were so intense that, if such difficulties were to fall upon me during the day and nights, they would transform into night.” Afifa (sa) was the symbol of female identity in Islam. How a daughter, mother and wife should behave in everyday life. 

She was dedicated to her father and took care of her father whenever he was suffering at the hands of the unbelievers of Makka She was an most beautiful wife, the head of the household, yet gentle with her servant Fizza to share chores of the household between her as well as the maid servant. she was a devoted wife and a caring daughter to the children she raised. There were instances where there was no food available for the family but she was never one to complain. 

One time “Ali (as) was out for a job to gather food for the family , but returned empty with nothing. Fatima demanded from “Ali” (as) what was the fate of the food items. “‘Ali (as) stated that he had earned some money and purchased food however, traveling home, he came across hungry people and donated all the food he had bought to them. When the Prophet was informed of the situation, he offered food to the family and informed the family that ‘Ali’s act of charity was of the highest value in the in the eyes of Allah. 

The entire family was grateful for Allah and there were no complaints from anyone. She would visit The mosque that the prophet had built and participate in the prayers along with all the women, and she went out on the field to care for wounded soldiers. The battle at Ohud where her father was injured , she helped him and took care of his wounds, and applied burnt wool to his wounds in order to prevent the flow of blood. After the Holy Prophet returned and praised her for her outstanding work on the field.

After the Prophet’s Death

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – Ibn al-Jawzi, namely Abul-Faraj Abdul-Rahman Ibn Abul-Hassan ibn Muhammad al-Qarashi (or Quraishi of the Qraish tribal) al-Taymi alBakri was one of the Hanbali Faqih who was an expert on the Holy Qur’an by heart, historian, orator and a writer.

The place of birth was Baghdad in the year 510 A.H./1117 A.D. and died in Baghdad on the 12th day in the month of Ramadan which was 592 A.H. which coincided with August 16th 1196 A.D. according to the Gregorian Christian calendar or the 9th of the year and month in accordance with the Julian calendar. The Almighty show him His mercy and accept him into His expansive Paradise. He uses the words of Imam Ali (`) who says that after Fatima () was the Messenger of Allah (S) passed away, Fatima (`) was at his tomb and picked up a handful of dust, placed the dust on her face, shed tears, then wrote these poems:

The soul of my is bound to every sigh. What a wish it would go away as sighs leave.
There is nothing good in the world after you have been there therefore I
Fearing that my life will be prolonged if I weep.

Property Of Fadak

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) A Prophet (S) gave Fatima (Fatima () the secrets of Allah and rewarded her with a special brilliance in the field of intellect to the point that she was able to comprehend the real significance of faith, piety as well as the true meaning of Islam.

 However, Fatima () also was witness to grief and anguish since the beginning of her existence. She witnessed repeatedly how her beloved father was abused by unbelievers and then later became a victim of the same kind of abuse, but this time, by “Muslims”. For more information on Fadak be sure to look up its appropriate place in this glossary.

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Digression: Jews Of Medina

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – It is possible to ask what brought the Jews in Medina to live with people they thought of as their inferior polytheist pagans that they considered as occupations other than trade to be a snub to their position. Two theories are offered. One theory is that these Jews were driven by their desire people to accept the brand new Arabian Prophet, whose name was mentioned in their sacred books , and the mission of which was soon to commence, and which is why they began a mass move to Medina.

Their rabbis from the high places had informed them that Medina was the location in which the Prophet of the future, Muhammad (S), would preach the message of God. This theory is confirmed by the verses 40 to 103 in Surat al-Baqara (Chapter of the Cow, 2:40-103) in which the author repeatedly calls out the Israelites and harshly reproves them for believing in the truth, but ignoring it from the truth. According to this view the Jews who were religiously fervent were from Jerusalem specifically as well as Greater Syria (Sham) in particular.

Another theory is based on the historical events that occurred in the southern part of Arabia specifically Yemen and concludes that the Jews were emigrating from the region in search of more freedom from religion and more favorable economic conditions. The way in which the proponents of this theory argue:

The arrival from the vast majority of Jews to Yemen from other countries is believed to have occurred at the beginning in the second century A.D. However, the province is not never mentioned by Josephus more commonly known as Yoseph ben (ibn, i.e. the son of) Mattithyahu (37 – cir. 100 A.D.), a Romano-Jewish historian and hagiographer with royal and priestly ancestry, not by the primary texts in the Jewish oral law, specifically the Mishnah and the Talmud.

According to certain sources according to some sources, according to some sources, the Jews of Yemen prospered up to about the year 664 A.D. In the 6th century, Himyarite King Abu-Karib Asad Toban, was converted to Judaism in the middle 5th century as he was laying siege to Medina.

 It is probable that certain that some of his soldiers chose to remain in Medina for reasons of economy, or perhaps for other reasons. The army of his was marching towards the north to confront the Aksumites who were fighting for the control of Yemen for over 100 years. The Aksumites were exiled from the region after the newly Jewish king gathered the Jews from across Arabia and pagan allies. However, the victory was not long-lasting.

At 518 A.D., the kingdom of Yemen was acquired by Zar’a Yousuf, who was of “royal descent” but wasn’t the father of his predecessor, Ma’di Karib Ya’fur. Yousuf was converted to Judaism and fought conflicts to expel the Aksumite Ethiopians out of Arabia. Zar’a Yousuf is chiefly known by his nickname “Thu Nuwas” in reference the “curly hair.” The Jewish rule lasted until 525 A.D., only 85 years prior to the beginning of the Islamic Prophetic mission.

However, some historians have it earlier, dating it to 530 in the year 530, at the time that Christians who were part of in the Aksumite kingdom of Ethiopia were defeated by and executed Thu Nuwas, gaining control of Yemen. According to several ancient historians Thu Nuwas insisted that he’d be a savior to the Christians who resided in his kingdom, mainly in Najran due to the fact that Christian states had repressed his religions (the Jews) in their territories. The persecution that was carried out in 524 A.D., is blamed on one Dimnon located in Najran which is the modern al-Ukhdud, a region in Saudi Arabia.

Anyone who has read the Holy Qur’an must have come across the verse 4 in Surat al-Buruj ( 85:4) of the Holy Qur’an which refers to the ‘aSHabu’s L’ukhduwdi and the members of the Ukhdud that is ambiguously transliterated into “the ditch that self-destructs” in various English interpretations of Holy Qur’an. For the writer of this book who is a native speaker of Arabis as his primary language Dear readers, “the ditch self-destructed” is not a good idea in any way.

In actuality it was the case that this “ukhdud” is a lengthy ditch that was filled with wood. It was lit , and people who believed in it were thrown in for refusing to leave their faith. A few fled from the inferno, and it could be of a similar incident which occurred to prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) during the at the hands of Nimrud of the 13th century B.C. Assyria. The survivors, probably Christians and Jews were able to flee north towards Medina in which they settled. It is believed that the Almighty In 85:4 condemns the massacre in the strongest terms and Christians as well as Jews should be aware of the significance of this event.

According to some accounts, after he seized the throne from the Himyarites between 518 and 523 A.D., Thu Nuwas defeated his Asumite (mainly Christian) garrison at Zafar by capturing them in a fire that destroyed their church. He then fought Najran which was an important Christian and an Aksumite stronghold. 

After accepting the city’s surrender and killing the inhabitants who refused to renounce Christianity in the Ukhdud incident. Estimates of the number of deaths of this incident range from a few hundred to 20,000 according to some sources. Therefore, those who believed of God, Christians and Jews were able to move to another place where they could be able to freely practice their faith and also enjoy greater business opportunities among Arabs who at the time were mostly nomadic.

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“Death of Hazrat Fatima (sa)

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – “Ali was buried in the evening and Abu Bakr did not contact athan athan (to declare the death of her).”

Fatima (Fatima) was not able to live more than seventy-five consecutive days following the death of her father. She passed away at the age of 14 on Jumdi I, 11 A.H. Prior to her death she made her will known to her husband Imam Ali (`), thus:

1. O Ali You will personally carry out my funeral ceremony.

2. The ones who have dissatisfied me shouldn’t be permitted to be a part of my funeral.

3. My corpse must be carried to the cemetery at night.

This is how Imam Ali (`), in accordance with her will was able to perform all funeral ceremonies and was accompanied by her sons and relatives. took her up to Jannatu’l-Baqi `, where she was laid to rest with her wishes were fulfilled.

After she was buried, in the dark of evening, the husband The Commander of the Faithful Ali () wrote these lines of poetry:

What was the reason I stood at the graves of the deceased to salute, The tomb of my loved one but it didn’t respond?
Oh, my dear one! Why don’t you provide us with an answer?
Have you lost the bonds you share with your close friends?
The person you love said”How do I respond to you?

As I’m being held hostage by stones and soil?
Earth has consumed my beauty, so I didn’t think about you,
Now I am removed from my the family and my peers;
So, between me and you my tie is now severed
As are the ties to family members.

On page. 130 of Dalaa’il al Imama dly’l”lmm@” In the book, we learn that the ones who attended Fatima’s funeral in the dark of night were in addition to the spouse Ali (`), and none other than her sons al-Hassan , and al-Hussain, (`), their daughters Zainab and Umm Kulthum, her maid Fidda and Asmaa daughter of Umays. The writer, as mentioned on page. 92, Vol. 10 of the new version of Bihar al-Anwar, includes the following information:

On the early morning on the eve where the deceased (Fatima) was laid to rest Al-Baqi’ was discovered to be home to forty graves. When Muslims discovered her loss, they went to al-Baqi’ where they found forty graves that were newly constructed which confused them and were unable to determine her burial site from the graves. The people argued and blamed one the other. They declared, “Your Prophet left only one daughter among you. She is dead and burial while you don’t be there to mourn her death, or offer the prayers she needs or even know where her grave lies.”

They were the ones in charge. stated, “Bring from among the Muslims women women who would lie in these graves until we locate her, and then pray for her, and go to the grave of her.” The news reached the Commander of the Faithful His blessings were with him, so he went out in rage with red eyes and his veins swelling.

He was dressed in his yellow, outer clothing which he would always wear when he was in difficulty, leaning on his sword, Thul’Fiqar until it reached al-Baqi’. A warner was rushing to the crowds to warn them “Here is Ali Ibn Abu Talib has come as you can see, swearing before Allah that should anyone move a brick from these graves, he’ll kill each person.”

He was welcomed by ‘Umar [ibn al -Khattaband a few of his acquaintances. He declared, “What is wrong with you, dad of the al-Hassan family? According to Allah we will inter her graveand will offer the funeral prayer in her honor.” Ali (`) grabbed the garment of ‘Umar, shaken the man and threw him to the ground.

He then declared, “O son of the black woman! In regard to my right to succeed the Prophet as caliph], I’ve given up the idea because I am afraid that people will renounce their faith. Regarding Fatima’s tomb I swear to Allah, the God who holds the soul of Ali in His hand that If you and your family members would like to do any such act, I will allow the world to drink your blood, everyone of you that is why If you’d like avoid this, O ‘Umar.”

Abu Bakr greeted him and said “O father of Al-Hassan! In the name to the messenger of Allah (S) in addition to the rights of the One on the Arsh, you must leave him alone, because we will not be doing anything you do not like.” Ali (`) left ‘Umar in peace. The crowd dispersed and didn’t attempt to return. This event demonstrates the extent to which Abu Bakr was blessed with greater knowledge than the ‘Umar.

The following are the lines of poems in the memory of Fatima of Fatima, of the Women of Mankind. of all the women of Mankind written by deceased Shaikh Muhsin Abu al-Hubb senior. and presented to all women descended from Fatima:

When they talk about Eve I tell them the fact that Fatima is her most prized possession,

  • If Mary mentions her, then I will say that Fatima is more superior.
  • Is it possible to be fooled by a father like Muhammad?
  • Or is it that Mary have a cub of lions more courageous than Fatima’s?
  • Each was a person at birth that boggles Sages’ minds:
  • The date tree was resorted with fresh dates that she consumed,
  • The birth of Jesus without fear and how does that happen when Jesus is guarded
  • The most daring night is it? that you’ve ever spent as a traveler?
  • To the wall and the slab for the door, this place of retreat,
  • Prophet’s daughter. So she aborted the baby she was carrying.
  • She fell and her fetus (Muhsin) fell along with her, and was with her surrounded by
  • Every single one of a moderate descent and low birth:
  • The rogue reproaches her to reprimand her
  • The one who dismisses her is the other even punches the girl…
  • But before there was the Lion of all lions being directed
  • Through this rope …, therefore can you imagine a more disaster?
  • Fatima will be present on Judgment Day to complain
  • For The Lord in the Heavens and she will cry,
  • You will also be able to tell who her fetus was and why she cries
  • What is the reason she brings up an accusation that makes Heaven shakes:

“Lord! My inheritance as well as my husband’s right were confiscated. the authorities take away

“And furthermore all my sons were killed murder, O Lord!”

Here is a poem written by Christian poet Abdul-Maseeh al-Antaki (of Antioch city) to praise Fatima Al-Zahra (`), to those who are in agreement with our religious beliefs and for those who don’t. have all witnessed Fatima’s distinctiveness The Mistress of all women from Mankind from the earliest generations to the last

For women, this is an exceptional birth:
There is no other daughter of Eve is even in the same way.
One on whose forehead sun’s rays shine.
From her standing positions shimmers a glimmer of light.

The She is the trusted peer of the honored only one and only
In his accomplishments and her supreme honors is her only rival.
Arabs are looking for competent companions for daughters who want to marry.
A tradition that they are unable to abandon.

Every marriage without a reliable peer who they consider
It’s a shame for them, they degrade them among the rest of their peers.
Who could find a common ancestor to that daughter from one of the Chosen the other?
Who of the Arabs with honors is like her?
Who is Taha ( S ) to be his son-in-law?

A wedding tie that brings joy to the person who is the winner
Apart from Ali The one who was adored by the Chosen One?
The user accepted the Guidance as the Messenger requested it.
In addition to Chosen One, he is the most popular of Quraish

The Almighty created their souls.
and he is one of the heroes in Islam popularly recognized
In those wars, he elevated his status.

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What Is Fatima’s Mushaf?

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – Fatima (ع) has left us a book behind her which is not a Qur’an but speech of the Almighty revealed to her, dictated by the Messenger of Allah (ص) and written down by Ali (ع), according to p. 41, Vol. 26 of Bihar al-Anwar. This is why she is named “Fatima”: the one who manifests the speech of the Fatir (Creator) of the heavens and earth.

Since the angel sent by Him speaks to her on behalf of the Almighty, she is called “muhaddatha المحدثة”, one spoken to. Also, the angel used to tell her the calamities and afflictions that will happen after her death to her progeny and, more importantly, the gains such progeny will achieve, the great victories and success during the Time of Occultation then during the time when her descendant, al-Mahdi, the Awaited One, may the Almighty speed up his holy ease, reappears.

Ali (ع) was the scribe of this mushaf. Al-Zahra used to sense the presence of the angel and hear his voice, but she did not see him. When this took place, she complained about it to the Commander of the Faithful Ali (ع) because she did not expect the matter would thus continue taking place.

Ali (ع), then, was the one who thought about writing the mushaf down since he heard the voice of the trusted angels, so he would write down what he heard till a complete mushaf was gathered which is al-Zahra’s mushaf, peace with her. You realize that it is not easy to write down what Gabriel was dictating; rather, this was among the special divine sciences which characterized the Commander of the Faithful (ع). He was the one who used to write down what the Messenger of Allah (ص) used to dictate to him, and he was the one who compiled together the Holy Qur’an as is confirmed.

Mushaf’s Contents

Fatimah Bint Muhammad (رضي الله عنه) – Fatima’s mushaf (book) contains many matters which can be summarized thus: It absorbs all upcoming serious events, especially the calamities and afflictions her progeny would face as well as the victories.

 It contains names of all kings and rulers till Judgment Day, according to this tradition which is recorded on p. 32, Vol. 47, of Bihar al-Anwar: “There is no prophet or wasi or king except that he is mentioned in Fatima’s mushaf.” It also contains matters relevant to the person of the Messenger of Allah (ص) as well as her own will (ع).

Ibn Hisham quotes Yahya ibn Abu Omran quoting other sources citing Abu Abdullah (Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq [ع]) saying that it contains the will of Fatima (ع) as stated on p. 43, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar. Naturally, the said will contains personal matters relevant to her grief and the predicaments she had to go through which her enemies caused so her descendant, the 12th Imam, the Awaited Mahdi, may Allah Almighty hasten his sacred ease, would carry it.

This is so because the Mahdi is the one who will have the power to do so, who will be empowered by Allah to fill the earth with justice and equity after having been filled with injustice and iniquity.

The Imams (ع) And Fatima’s Mushaf

Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (ع) used to always emphasize the significance of the sciences of Ahl al-Bayt (ع). In one tradition, he used to say, “Their knowledge, peace with them, transcends time, comprehended and recorded, effective in the hearts, having an impact on those who hear it,” that they have الجفر الأحمر و الجفر الأبيض, the Red Wide Well (or pool) and the White one, Fatima’s mushaf and al-Jami’a.”

The red and white wells or pools referred to above are connotations of what is prohibitive and permissible in Islam. As for al-Jami’a , it is a collection of writings by the Commander of the Faithful Ali (ع) who held them so precious, he attached them to his sword, Thul-Fiqar. The contents of this Jami’a were recorded on animal’s skin and used to be inherited, as is the case with Fatima’s book, by the immediate family of the Prophet (ص), the Ahl al-Bayt (ع), who were subjected to untold trials and tribulations, persecution, imprisonment, poisoning, beheading and a host of injustices because of which these precious writings are now lost.

Ahl al-Bayt (ع) used to maintain connection with the angels and adhere to the contents of Imam Ali’s book, the Jami’a which contained all judicial rulings, including the penalty for one slightly scratching someone else’s cheek. Their knowledge included the “science of Jafr” which contains branches of knowledge relevant to what is permissible in Islam and what is not needed by people of all times till the Judgment Day.

But they used to depend in understanding serious events on Fatima’s book according to a tradition that says, “We follow its contents and do not go beyond them.” Such contents include all external [beyond the Household of the Prophet {ص}] incidents as well as the names of kings till the Day of Judgment.

One tradition states that Muhammad son of Abdullah son of Imam al-Hassan (ع) was once asked and he said this in his answer: “The names of every prophet, wasi, king… is with me in a book,” meaning Fatima’s book, adding, “By Allah! It does not contain any mention of [Prophet] Muhammad ibn Abdullah,” according to p. 32, Vol. 47, of Bihar al-Anwar.

This mushaf reached a high level of loftiness, so much so that it became a source of happiness and optimism as is concluded from the phrase “apple of his eyes” in the following tradition: “Fudhail ibn Othman quotes al-Haththa saying that Imam Abu Ja’far [al-Baqir] (ع) said to him, ‘O Abu Ubaidah! He used to have the sword of the Messenger of Allah (ص), his shield, winning banner and Fatima’s mushaf, the apple of his eyes,” as indicated on p. 211, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar.

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Is Fatima’s Mushaf The Holy Qur’an?

Most people used to, and still do, imagine that this mushaf contains the sacred Qur’anic verses, or that there is another Qur’an the Shi’as have, as ignorant commoners claim. But the reality is contrary to this:

This mushaf does not contain a single verse of the verses of the Holy Qur’an, as is understood from many traditions. Also, it is not similar to the Qur’an, nor is it like it from the standpoint of context at all. It tells quite a different tale. Traditions are clear in this regard: One tradition says, “… quoting Ali ibn Sa’eed citing Abu Abdullah (ع), ‘It does not contain any verse of the Qur’an,’” according to p. 42, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar.

In another tradition, it is indicated that “… from Ali son of al-Hussain who quotes Abu Abdullah (ع), ‘We have Fatima’s mushaf. By Allah! It does not contain a single syllable of the Qur’an,” as stated on p. 46, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar.

• Abdullah ibn Ja’far quotes Musa ibn Ja’far quoting al-Washa citing Abu Hamzah citing Abu Abdullah (ع) saying, ‘The mushaf of Fatima, peace with her, does not contain anything of the Book of Allah,’” according to p. 48, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar.

• Anbasah ibn Mus’ab has said, “We were in the company of Abu Abdullah (ع)… and Fatima’s mushaf; by Allah, he did not claim at all that it is a Qur’an,” as we read on p. 33, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar.

When examining these traditions, you will come to know that this confusion spread even during the time of the Imams (ع); therefore, we find them strictly and seriously denouncing it, swearing about denying it.

There is one tradition which indicates that this mushaf “contains three times the like of your Qur’an,” according to p. 38, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar. It is quite obvious the comparison is with regard to the quantity and size of information, not from that of context. You can conclude that from the phrase “your Qur’an”; so, carefully ponder.

Many traditions conclude that the mushaf of al-Zahra (ع) does not contain anything about what is permissible and what is not; among such traditions is this statement (by Imam al-Sadiq, peace with him): “It is not about what is permissible and what is not,” as stated on p. 44, Vol. 26, of Bihar al-Anwar.

The list of the other Infallible Fourteen (ع) is as follows:

  • Ali ibn Abu Talib (ع)
  • Al-Hassan ibn Ali (ع)
  • Al-Hussain ibn Ali (ع)
  • Ali ibn al-Hussain (ع)
  • Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir (ع)
  • Ja’far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq (ع)
  • Musa ibn Ja’far al-Kadhim (ع)
  • Ali ibn Musa al-Rida (ع)
  • Muhammad ibn Ali al-Taqi (ع)
  • Ali ibn Muhammad al-Naqi (ع)
  • al-Hassan ibn Ali al-Askari (ع)
  • Muhammad ibn al-Hassan al-Mahdi (ع)

The author of this book, his family and ancestors up to about 150 years back are followers of the Shi’a Ithna-Ashari faith. Earlier than that, his ancestors were Sunnis, and the conversion of his first ancestor took place in al-Kadhimiyya city following a bloody incident which shook him.

Details of this incident and the persecution to which early Jibouri (author’s tribesmen) Shi’as were exposed, as well as the prejudice the author received from Sunnis in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was studying for his higher degree, are all recorded in his Memoirs.

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7 things you should know about Fatima Bint Muhammad (RA)

1. She is the daughter of Prophet Muhammad and Bibi-Khadija (p.b.u.t)

Hazrat Bibi Fatima mother’s name is Bibi Khadija one of the most influential women in history.

2. She was born with difficulty

Bibi Khadija was boycotted by the women of Arabia for her to give birth to her beloved daughter. Allah (s.w.t) sent over the spirit of Sarah, wife of Prophet Ibrahim (p.b.u.h), Asiyah, daughter of the wife of the Pharaoh, Maryam, mother of Prophet Isa (p.b.u.h) and Kulthum, the sister of Musa (p.b.u.h) to help Fatima-Zahra see life.

3. She was supportive to her father

Fatimah bint Muhammad (R.A) experienced tough early childhood days, while her father was faced with oppression from the disbelievers when he used to pray near the Kaaba. When they used to tarnish his face with rubbish, Fatima-Zahra would wipe it.

4. Her marriage was an example of modesty

Fatima-Zahra was married, modestly, to Ali ibn Abi-Talib out of her content will despite the several proposals she received. On her big day, she gave her wedding gown as ‘Sadaqa’ (charity) to someone and obtained a blessed wedding gown from the heavens through Jibraeel.

5. She was a fighter for justice

Fatima Bint Muhammad (RA) was a courageous young woman who was dedicated to her religion, Islam, and those qualities enabled her to be at the forefront of Islamic political movements. She never stepped back to fight injustice.

6. She gave birth to two sons

Fatima Bint Muhammad (R.A) is the mother of the Princes of Youth in Jannah: Imam Hasan (R.A) and Imam Hussain (R.A).

Children of Hazrat Fatima

She had two children, Hasan (R.A) and Hussain (R.A).

7. She died while being angry with an Islamic leader

The Prophet Muhammad said that whoever angers his daughter will anger him and will, in turn, anger Allah. Fatima Bint Muhammad (RA) died angry with a historical Islamic leader and mentioned in her will that this person and followers should not attend her funeral.

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