04 Mar 2015
Fatima az Zahra (sa) - the Radiant one
Compiled by Daughter of Shaheed
"After you, O` father, so much suffering has fallen upon me that, if they were to fall upon bright Days, they would turn into dark, gloomy nights." Bibi Fatimah az-Zahra (sa)
The sweet period of the Lady of Islam`s life quickly came to an end with the death of the Holy Prophet of Islam (even though throughout her lifetime there was no real sweet period, because there were the constant pressures, wars, and plots of the enemies against Islam and the Prophet of Islam (s.w.a.), taking away her spiritual peace).
With the death of the prophet, new storms of complicated critical events blew up. The hatred and grudges of Badr, khaibar and Honain that were during the prophet`s time hidden beneath the ashes became visible.
The sects of the "Hypocrites" went to action to take their revenge of Islam and also from the Prophet`s family. Fatimah Zahra (s.a.) was in the center of this circle, of which the poisonous arrows of the enemy flew at her from every direction.
Her separation from her father; the sad, tormenting innocence of her husband Ali (a.s.); the plots of the enemy against Islam, and the worry of Fatimah (s.a.) for the future of the Muslims and the Quranic heritage, all joined together, severely straining her pure heart.