Our Lady, Fátima, (born c. 605 or 615 – died 633) was the daughter of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and Khadijah, wife of Imam Ali (AS) and mother of Imam Hassan (AS) and Imam Hossein (AS), and one of the five members of Ahl al-Bayt.
She became the object of great veneration by all Muslims, because she lived closest to her father and supported him in his difficulties, because of the historical importance of her husband and her two sons, and because she is the only member of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)’s family that gave him descendants, numerously spread through the Islamic world.
For Muslims, Fatimah is an inspiring example and Fatimah is one of the most popular girl’s names throughout the Muslim world.
She died a few months after her father’s death, and was buried in Jannat Al-Baqi’, but the exact location of her grave is unknown. Many Twelver Shia Muslims believe that she died as a result of her injury caused by Umar, incurred while defending Ali against Abu Bakr.
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH):
Arabic: َإنَّ اللهَ یَغْضَبُ لِغَضَبِ فَاطِمَةَ، وَ یَرْضَی لِرِضَاهَا
Persian: خداوند با خشم فاطمه به خشم میآید و با خشنودی او خشنود میشود.
English: Surely, God will be angered by Fatimah’s displeasure and will be pleased by her pleasure.
Prophet Mohammad (PBUH):
Arabic: یا فاطِمَةُ! مَنْ صَلَّى عَلَیْکِ غَفَرَ اللهُ لَهُ وألْحَقَهُ بِی حَیْثُ کُنْتُ مِنَ الْجَنَّةِ
Persian: ای فاطمه! هر که بر تو درود فرستد، خداوند او را بیامرزد و هر جای بهشت باشم او را به من ملحق کند.
English: O Fātimah, if someone utters Salawāt upon you, God will forgive him and lead him to my position in paradise.