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Shamali Hijaz main Khayber k qareeb Madina se 2 roz k faslay per, Fadak aik qadeem qasba ka naam tha jiss per yahodiyon ka qabza tha. 7 Hijri k shroo main Rasool(SAWW) ne Islam ki dawat k liye aik sahabi ko Pori fouj(Army) day kar Fadak k logon ki taraf rawana kiya ta'a k wahan k logon ko Islam ki dawat day sakain. Ahl-e-Fadak ne Islam tu qabool na kiya lakin unhon ne Rasool(SAWW) se iss base per sulah kar li k wo Adhi(half) zameen or uss ki pedawar(production) Musalmano k Hawalay kar dain gy. Jab tak Allah k Nabi(SAWW) Hayaat rahy tu uss zameen ki Aamdani Ahl-e-bait or Musafiron per kharch karty rahy thy. Aap(SAWW) k wisal k bad Umahat-ul-Momineen(RA)(Wives of Prophet(PBUH)) ne Hazrat Usman(RA) ko, Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) k pas apna numaenda bana kar bheja ta'a k Warasat ka hasool kya jaye, Lakin Hazrat Aysha(RA) ne un ko bataya k main ne Rasool(SAWW) ko farmatey suna ha k
"Mera koe Waris na hoga, mery bad mera Matrokat(Legacy) sadqa hon gy".
Ye sun kar sab khamosh ho gyen or apna Mutalba wohin per khatam kar diya.
Dosri taraf Syedah Fatima(RA) or Hazrat Abbas(RA) ne Hazrat Abu bakar(RA) se apni wirasat ka mutalba kiya. unn k mutalba k jawab main Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) ne farmaya,
" Main ne Rasool(SAWW) se suna ha, Aap(SAWW) farmaty thy," Hamary maal main wirasat nahi hogi, Ham jo kuch chorain gy, sadqa hoga, Albata agar Aal-e-Muhammad(SAWW) uss main se Nefqa lay saktey hain. Khuda ki qasam! Salook k mua'amla main Rasool(SAWW) ki qarabat mujh ko apni qarabat se zyada mehboob ha".(Bukhari)
Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) ka jawab sun kar Syeda Fatima (RA) ka Rad-e-Amal kya tha? iss k bary main Mukhtalif Rewayat hain.
1. " Hazrat Fatima(RA), Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) se Naraz ho gyen or Akhir waqat tak un se guftagu nahi ki".(Bukhari)
2." Hazrat Fatima(RA) ko Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) k jawab se Ranj zaror hva or wo Naraz b hoen Lakin bad main Raazi ho gyen thn.(Tabqat Ibn-e-Saad).


"Hazrat Fatima(RA) Bemaar hoen tu Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) Unn ki Eyadat k liye tashreef lay gye-Un ki Mizaaj pursi ki or farmaya:-
" Main ne tu ghar baar, Mal-o-Dolat, Kunba(Family) or qabeela Mahaz Allah(SWT) or uss k Rasool(SAWW) ki raza or Aa Ahl-e-Bait tumhari Raza k liye chora tha."
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Iss per Hazrat Fatima, Hazrat Abu Bakar se khush ho gyen or koe Gubar Dil main na rakha.
(Albadaya walnehaya-Hafiz Ibn-e-Kaseer)
Hazrat Fatima(RA) ne Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) ka jawab sun kar farmaya:-
"Phr Aap(RA) ne Rasool(SAWW) se jo kuch suna ha uss k Mutabiq amal karain."
(Masand Ahmad Bin Hanbal)
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Wafat k bad Hazrat Fatima(RA) ki Namaz-e-Jinazah kis ne parhaye?
Imaam Bukhari(R) or kuch dosray Mohadiseen ne likha ha k Syeda(RA) ki Namaz-e-Jinazah Hazrat Ali(RA) ne parhaye.
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Aik Rewayat main Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) ka zikar aya ha.(Albadaya walnehaya-Ibn-e-Kaseer)
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Kinzul Aamal main Hazrat Imam Jaafar Sadiq(R) apny Walid(Father) Hazrat Imam Muhammad Baqir(R) se rewayat karty hain k,
"Hazrat Fatima(RA) ne wafat paye tu Abu Bakar(RA) or Umar(RA) Namaz-e-Jinazah parhney k liye tashreef laye. Abu Bakar(RA) ne Hazrat Ali(RA) ko Namaz-e-Jinazah parhney k liye kaha, k Aagay tashreef laye, tu Hazrat Ali(RA) ne jawab diya k Aap Khalifa-tul-Rasool(SAWW) hain main aap se paish qadmi nahi kar sakta, phr Abu Bakar(RA) ne agay barh kar Namaz-e-Jinazah parhay".(Kinzul Aamal)
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Iss k elawa or b bht se sahi rewayat Mohadaseen se sabit hain k Syeda Fatima(RA) ki Namaz-e-Jinazah Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) ne parhaye thi.
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Iss sab k bawjood ye kehna k "Syeda Fatima(RA) Hazrat Abu Bakar(RA) se Naraz ho gye thin or akhir waqat tak mulaqat nahi ki thi" bilkul sahi nahi ha.
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Qur’anic verses and historical documents reveal that the land of Fadak situated near the Fort of Khaibar, formerly belonging to the Jews, was the personal property of the Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h). It was neither a government property owned by the treasury nor was it war booty. The seventh verse of Surah Hashr, explains the point in detail:

“Whatever Allah has restored to His Apostle from the people of the towns, it is for Allah and for the Apostle, and for the near of kin and orphans and the needy and the wayfarer, so that it may not be a thing taken by turns among the rich of you. . .” (59: 7)

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If property of Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH) was not for heirs but for all muslims then why Prophet(pbuh) gave it to Hazrat Fatima(s.a) at first place? and if it was given by mistake or by any other circumstances then why they did not confiscate it soon after Prophet's death?
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REGARDING HAZRAT FATIMA (RA) ANGER

This has been taken from “Tufa Imamiya” a book written in 1981 by Maulana Hafiz Maher Muhammad. It has been translated from Urdu. The passage is found in page number 183 of the book. It is also available in Urdu for download.

The number of hadith which mention about Hazrat Fatima RA demand for share of the Fadak land are fifteen in number. There are five hadith in Sahih Bukhari, two hadith in Sahih Muslim, two hadith in Ibn Tirmidhi, four hadith in Sunan Abi Dawood, and one hadith in Sunan Nisai. The word “anger” is only mentioned in the Hadith transmitted from Hazrat Aisha RA. It is not mentioned in the Hadith narrated from other companions like Hazrat Abu Huraira, Hazrat Um Hani, etc. Further the hadith narrated from Hazrat Aisha is of two types, one type mentions the word “anger” while the other type does not mention “anger”. The hadith which mention the word “anger” are all narrated by Ibn Shahab Zehri. This means that after Hazrat Abu Bakr RA had mentioned the reason for not giving Hazrat Fatima RA the share in Fadak, the latter had become silent after being satisfied. The narrator equated “silence” to “anger” and added the words to the hadith. This is also known as Mudraj in Hadith sciences.

“An addition by a reporter to the text of the saying being narrated is termed mudraj (interpolated). For example, al-Khatib relates via Abu Qattan and Shababah --- Shu'bah --- Muhammad b. Ziyad --- Abu Hurairah --- The Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace), who said, "Perform the ablution fully; woe to the heels from the Fire!"

Al-Khatib then remarks, "The statement, 'Perform the ablution fully' is made by Abu Hurairah, while the statement afterwards, 'Woe to the heels from the Fire!', is that of the Prophet (may Allah bless him and grant him peace). The distinction between the two is understood from the narration of al- Bukhari, who transmits the same hadith and quotes Abu Hurairah as saying, "Complete the ablution, for Abu 'l-Qasim (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) said: 'Woe to the heels from the Fire!'."

Such an addition may be found in the beginning, in the middle, or at the end, often in explanation of a term used. Idraj (interpolation) is mostly found in the text, although a few examples show that such additions are found in the isnad as well, where the reporter grafts a part of one isnad into another.

A reporter found to be in the habit of intentional idraj is generally unacceptable and considered a liar. However, the traditionists are more lenient towards those reporters who may do so forgetfully or in order to explain a difficult word”.
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