Oppression upon Fatimah Zahra (sa)

Prophet Mohammad (saww) informs about the oppression upon Fatimah Zahra (sa):

From a narration from Imam Musa Kazim (asws):

قال: فقال : لما كان اليوم الّذي ثقل فيه وجع النبي صلى‌الله‌عليه‌وآله وخيف عليه فيه الموت

يا عليّ ، ادن منّي ، فدنا منه ، فأخذ بيد فاطمة عليها‌السلام فوضعها على صدره طويلا ، وأخذ بيد عليّ بيده الأخرى.

فلما أراد رسول الله صلى‌الله‌عليه‌وآله الكلام غلبته عبرته فلم يقدر على الكلام ، فبكت فاطمة ـ بكاء شديدا ـ وعليّ والحسن والحسين عليهم‌السلام لبكاء رسول الله صلى‌الله‌عليه‌وآله


"When the Prophet ص was about to die, he gathered Imam Ali, Hasan, Husain & Fatimah عليهم السلام. He took the hand of Fatimah ع and placed it on His chest and took the hand of Ali ع with His other hand. When the Prophet ص intended to speak he was overcome by crying/tears and was not able to speak anything. So Fatimah ع cried intensely and Ali, Hasan & Husain عليهم السلام cried due to the crying of the Prophet ص"

ويدها في يده ، فوضعها في يد عليّ عليه‌السلام ، وقال له : يا أبا الحسن هذه وديعة الله ووديعة رسوله محمّد عندك ، فاحفظ الله واحفظني فيها ، وإنّك لفاعل يا عليّ

"The Prophet ص then placed the hand of Fatima ع in the hand of Imam Ali ع and said, “O Abal Hasan ع, this (Fatima ع) is the trust (Amanah) of Allah (swt) and the trust of His Prophet ص with You, so protect it"

يا عليّ ، ويل ( لمن ظلمها ، وويل ) لمن ابتزّها حقّها ، وويل لمن انتهك حرمتها ، وويل لمن أحرق بابها ، ( وويل لمن آذى جنينها ، وشجّ جنبيها ) ، وويل لمن شاقّها وبارزها

"O’ Ali ع, Woe be upon those who oppresses Her and woe be upon those who snatch Her rights and woe be upon those who violate Her esteem/respect and woe be upon those who burn Her door and woe be upon those who hurt her unborn child and break/fracture Her side near the ribs and woe be upon those who troubled Her & came to fight her."

(Only required part of a longer narration is quoted here)

[Source: Turf - Sayed ibn Taoos, Pg. 167 / Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 22, Pg. 484]



Door of Fatemah (sa) is the Veil of Allah (swt)

كتاب الطرف للسيد علي بن طاووس نقلا من كتاب الوصية للشيخ عيسى بن المستفاد الضرير، عن موسى بن جعفر، عن أبيه (عليهما السلام) قال: لما حضرت رسول الله (صلى الله عليه وآله) الوفاة دعا الانصار وقال … ألا إن فاطمة بابها بابي وبيتها بيتي، فمن هتكه فقد هتك حجاب الله "، قال عيسى: فبكى أبو الحسن (عليه السلام) طويلا، وقطع بقية كلامه وقال: هتك والله حجاب الله، هتك والله حجاب الله، هتك والله حجاب الله يا امه صلوات الله عليها


From" Kitab al-Turf" of Sayed ibn Taoos quoting from Kitab al-Wassiyah of Shaikh Isa bin al-Mustafaad al-Zareer from Imam Musa bin Jafar al-Kazim (as) from his Father (as):

"When Prophet Mohammad (saww) was about to die, He called the Ansaar's and said, ... "Indeed the door of Fatema (sa) is My door, and Her house is My house. So whoever disgraces it has disgraced the Hijaab (veil/covering) of Allah (swt)."

The narrator Isa then says, "Abu al-Hasan Imam Kazim (as) then cried for long and cut of rest of his speech and said, "By Allah (swt) the Hijaab of Allah (swt) was disgraced, By Allah (swt) the Hijaab of Allah (swt) was disgraced, By Allah (swt) the Hijaab of Allah (swt) was disgraced, O My Mother (sa)..."

[Source: Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 22, Pg. 476-477]

(Only required part of a longer narration is quoted here)




Who witnessed against Fatemah Zahra (sa) in the matter of inheritance?

وعنهما ، عن حنّان بن سدير قال : سأل صدقةُ بن مسلم أبا عبدالله عليه‌السلام ـ وأنا عنده ـ فقال : من الشاهد على فاطمة بأنها لا ترث أباها؟ فقال : شهدت عليها عائشة وحفصة ورجل من العرب يقال له : أوس بن الحدثان ، من بني نضر. شهدوا عند أبي بكر بأن رسول الله صلى‌الله‌عليه‌وآله قال : لا اُورث. فمنعوا فاطمة عليها‌السلام ميراثها من أبيها صلى‌الله‌عليه ‌وآله

From Hanan bin Sadeer who said, Sadaqah bin Muslim asked Imam Sadiq (asws) while I was with him,

"Who witnessed against Fatema (sa) that She does not inherit from her father?"

Imam (asws) said, "A'ishah, Hafsah and man called Aus bin Hadasan from the tribe 'Bani Nadhr' testified in front of Abu Bakr that the Prophet (saww) said, "I am not inherited", and so they denied Fatemah (saw) her inheritance from Her Father (saww)."

[Source: Qurb al-Asnaad, Pg. 99, Hadith. 335]