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Website of the Office of Grand Ayatullah Saanei :: FATIMA ZAHRA (PBUH)
FATIMA ZAHRA (PBUH) The daughter of Islam’s Holy Prophet, in absolute innocence and at the height of loneliness, proved to all her followers that a woman, too, can rise up against oppressive rulers and dislodge the roots of discord and hypocrisy, showing humanity the real face of truth and justice

Fatima Zahra (PBUH) is the essence of feminine pride and chastity and the reflection of purity. She stands presenting a picture of the measure and comparison of truth and falsities. For all that in Her we find the just presentation and introduction of her father, husband, Hassan, and Hussein, i.e. those mentioned in “Kasa” tradition.

Within Her short life and with firm and painful sermons, she gave life to the culture of resistance and protest for generations to come and threw back the curtains, making visible for all, the essence of paganism and its ignorant thoughts and ideas. Fatima (PBUH) is pure as the waters of paradise itself and the real manifestation of the innocence of a woman in two ages. Her belief in the Prophet and Ali (PBUT) is as deep as the ages of history itself.

The daughter of Islam’s Holy Prophet, in absolute innocence and at the height of loneliness, proved to all her followers that a woman, too, can rise up against oppressive rulers and dislodge the roots of discord and hypocrisy, showing humanity the real face of truth and justice. With her struggle and her constant outcries, she showed that in revealing oppression, there is no difference between the sexes.

Zahra (PBUH), The Pure, grew up in an age of pain and suffering, and grieved in loneliness after losing her beloved father. Finally, with a wounded body, she left her adobe home in the hope of seeing her father and to console herself by telling him her sad story of her lonely life of struggle and her innocent martyrdom.

Date: 2016/02/19
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