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Khutba e Fidak Urdu – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Bagh e by Muhammad Tariq Hanafi Sunni Lahori. Usage CC0 Universal. Topics Bagh e , urdu, islamic book. Collection. Hazrat Syedina Abubakr Siddique aur dosray Khulafa nay Bagh e Fidak kyu Syeda Fatima RaziAllah anha aur Ahlebait kay hawalay nahe kia.

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At that time the Muhajireen and Ansar were summoned, a purdah was made between Fatima and the Sahaba. The daughter of the Prophet sad in a distressed manner, that led to the Sahaba crying.

After a short pause she praised Allah, sent Salaam on her father the Prophet and said: You are listening to baggh words why are you lax with regards to helping me? Why do you not support my right? So it is that Abu Bakr gave Fatima nothing, as a result of which lady Fatima got hurt. Ayesha narrates that Abu Bakr said: Abu Bakr urdi to give Fatima any of it so Fatima was angry and disappointed with Abu Bakr and she never spoke to him until she died.

Now was this anger due to her being denied the inheritance of her father by Abu Bakr or was it because she deemed her husband to be more worthy of being the Khalifa than Abu Bakr?

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It should be pointed out that Abu Bakr was not alone in making Fatima Zahra cidak angry he was joined by his sidekick Umar. We read in Sunan Tirmidhi:. I will never talk to you two again. They both went to the house and asked permission to enter. Sayyida Fatima did not grant them this permission. Al-Imamah wa al-Siyasa, Vol. Not all the children of Adam are the same; some are superior to others as is the case with Sayyida Fatima as.

Sayyida Fatima as is no doubt from the loins of Adam, but her anger and distress is on par with the anger and distress of Allah swt and his Prophet s. There was no proof that she should have had the land of fadak.

She produced no proof to Abu Bakr As Siddeeq. It is possible that Faatimah alayhas salaam did not know that the Nabi forbade monetary inheritance and that when she heard it from Abu Bakr, it upset her for not getting what she had hoped for. For her anger against him was not based upon proof. It is responses like this that demonstrate the type of hatred that these Nawasib harbour in their hearts towards Sayyida Fatima as. We have already advanced evidence that refutes the last paragraph, proving:.

Was she not already Rafeeq ul Alameen, or is she dependent on the plea of a band of Nawasib? This is a very painful reference for the followers of Abu Bakr to accept hence his advocates have presented a revised version of events, led by Imam of Sipah-e-Sahaba namely Haq Nawaz Jhangvi:.

It is stated in the book Fasl ul-Hitab: The single narration in Sahih Bukhari makes this claim baseless! Abu Salih al Dirari- Abd al Razzaq b.

Hammam- Mamar- al Zuhri – Urwah- Aishah: Fatimah and al Abbas came to Abu Bakr demanding their [share of] inheritance of the Messenger of God. The family of Muhammad will eat from it. Ali buried her at night and did not permit Abu Bakr to attend [her burial]. The English translator of this edition of Tabari Ismail Poonawalla in the footnote of this narration cites three other Sunni sources wherein these facts can be found.

Some narrations state that they were read by Ibn Abbas [ra]. He [‘Ali] stated that he had acted in accordance with the wishes of Fatima. And some unreliable narrators narrated from Malik from Jaffar bin Muhammad from his father the same. But Darqutni and Ibn Uday discredited it. This was the reason for the secrecy surrounding her burial.


Both Bawasib are of course suggesting that if Sayyida Fatima as was angry at Abu Bakr, then why was his wife a participant in her funeral arrangements?

It is not necessary that the character of a husband and wife be the same. In the same way that Rasulullah s was unable to change the attitude of Ayesha, Abu Bakr was also unable to change the attitude of Asma.

Ayesha complained to Abu Bakr that: Abu Bakr then personally asked Asma: These references prove that Sayyida Fatima as was angry at both Abu Bakr and Ayesha, those that Sayyida Fatima as are angry at cannot be the most beloved of Rasulullah s.

The end of this reference makes it clear that Sayyida Fatima as finished ALL relations with these individuals, she wanted nothing to do fiddak them, and never spoke to them again while she remained alive. Nasibis often suggest that good cordial relations were resumed soon after the Fadak dispute though one wonders how this could be the case when Ayesha in the Sahih of Bukhari testifies to the bqgh the Leader of the Women of Paradise NEVER spoke to Abu Bakr w.

This is not such a big deal, nor is it a long time. Perhaps she died so suddenly, within the span of a few months, baagh she did not get a chance to cool down; had she lived longer, then she would no doubt have let her anger subside.

Who does not get into arguments with their siblings on other family members? Surely, a brother getting in an argument with a sister for a few months is not unheard of. But obviously the Shia are super human beings and they do not ever get into arguments with family members.

Sayyida Fatima did not speak to Abu Bakr for the last six months of her life and this is significant since it is also stipulated in Sahih Bukhari Bab al Adab, Volume 8, Book 73, Number It is unlawful for them that when they meet, one of them turns his face away from the other, and the other turns his face from the former, and the better of the two will be the one who greets the other first.

Sayyida Fatima as certainly did not concur with this ijma and one can clearly see the low estimation that she held of Abu Bakr.

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Such was the anger of Sayyida Fatima as with regards to the treatment that was meted out to her, she never spoke to Abu Bakr for the last six months of her life, and when Abu Bakr sought forgiveness as we cited in al Imama wa al Siyasa she turned her face away. The person who stops talking for more than three days and passes away in such a state i. Was she ignorant of the Hadeeth of her father? Or did she blatantly disregard the word of her father?

Her anger at Abu Bakr went far beyond three days, how do you reconcile this with the fact that according to this Hadeeth one whose separation through anger of a fellow Muslim exceeds three days shall go to Hell? It has been narrated on the authority of Abu Huraira that the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him said: One who defected from obedience to the Amir and separated from the main body of the Muslims-if he died in that state-would die the death of one belonging to the days of Jahiliyya i.

One who withdraws his band from obedience to the Amir will find no argument in his defence when he stands before Allah on the Day of Judgment, and one who dies without having bound himself by an oath of allegiance to an Amir will die the death of one belonging to the days of Jahillyya. The meaning of bayah is same in both sects.


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Of relevance is this Hadeeth:. Not only this, but she died angry with him and Abu Bakr was not allowed to attend her funeral prayers. Fatima as died the death of Jahilyah naudobillah. If the answer Option Two, then who was her Imam? We have already proved that Maula Ali as and Fatima as were not happy and never accepted the decision of Abu Bakr and not only this, but she died angry with him and insisted that he be prevented from attending her funeral prayers.

Based on these facts.

Were Sayyida Fatima as and Maula Ali as rafidhis? They would fall within the definition of Rafidhi that Nawasib give. Abu Bakr said to the Ansar I have heard and refuted and analysed the words of the stupid. We appeal to justice, a man that uses such filthy language against Sayyida Fatima ashas no right to be referred to as the Khalifa of Rasulullah sit is not appropriate for a leader to use such language in his court before an ordinary member of the public and here Abu Bakr sought it fit to attribute such terms to Fatima as daughter of the Prophet s.

He stated as follows in Minhaj as Sunnah:. What is the point in having a Khalifa that Rasulullah s shall not even wish to look at on the Day of Judgement? When Sayyida Zaynab as appeared before Yazid as a prisoner in Sham Syriaeven he never subjected her to the type of swear words that Abu Bakr exposed Hadhrat Fatima as to.

As evidence we shall cite the following esteemed Sunni works:. Jalaluddin Suyuti in Tafseer Durre Manthur under the commentary of this verse records the following:. We had also cited earlier from Hayatus Sahaba Volume 2 page 51 that Abu Bakr used his famed kindness to donate Muslim lands to two Sahaba.

Ali bin Abi Talib narrated: Then we passed through another one, thus I said: We passed through seven gardens and about each of them I said: We have proved from an esteemed Sunni source that Rasulullah s acknowledged that the hearts of the Sahaba towards his true rightful Khalifa Imam Ali as were not pure. This hatred shone after the death of Rasulullah s the opponents of Imam Ali as headed by Abu Bakr, Umar and Abu Ubaydah sought it fit to squabble over the Khilafat whilst the funeral arrangements of Rasulullah s were being prepared by the other grieving Muslims.

She died in a state of displeasure towards Abu Bakr. We read in Musnad Ibn Hanbal: We read in Kanz ul Ummal: We read in Sunan Tirmidhi: Sayyida Fatima as said that she would complain about the Shaykhayn before Rasulullah s and would curse them in every Salat Ibn Qutaybah in al Imamah wa al Siyasa page 14 records that: Reply Not all the children of Adam are the same; some are superior to others as is the case with Sayyida Fatima as.

Comment Sayyida Fatima as is no doubt from the loins of Adam, but her anger and distress is on par with the anger and distress of Allah swt and his Prophet s. We have already advanced evidence that refutes the last paragraph, proving: That it is illogical that the Prophet s would fail to tell Sayyida Fatima as about a matter that was consequential to her alone.

What we have issue with here is with the comment of this Nasibi: Ibn al Hashimi states: Latest shiapen No public Twitter messages. Shia Pen Newsletter Subscribe to our newsletter to receive regular updates on our new publications.

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