About the life of Fatima Zahra
The Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, married Lady Khadija bint Khuwaylid, may God be pleased with her, and she bore him most of his children, including Lady Fatimah, may God be pleased with her, who was one of the closest people to the Holy Prophet, so what is the merit of Lady Fatimah and what is her position among Muslims? When did she die and where was her grave?
Historical narrations say that Lady Fatima was born five years before the Prophet’s mission and three years before the Al-Isra and Al-Miraj incident. The way of da’wah was to remove the dirt and dirt that the infidels used to put on the back of the Prophet while he was praying, as she was patient with those of Banu Hashim who were besieged in the reefs of Mecca for three years, and she was an example of the patient woman who counts for that reward from God Almighty.
When God authorized His Messenger to migrate to Medina, Fatima and her family emigrated, and after the Muslims settled in Medina, Ali ibn Abi Talib thought to propose to Fatimah from the Holy Prophet, but the prestige of the Prophet in his heart made him hesitate until he resolved to express his desire to him, so he sat down to him to ask The hand of Fatima, so the Prophet agreed to that in exchange for his dowry of his shield that he had spared from the battle of Badr.
The position of Lady Fatimah, may God be pleased with her, is great in Islam. What upset her, and she is the wife of Ali Ibn Abi Talib, may God be pleased with him, whose virtue and position is not hidden from anyone.
Fatima Al-Zahra’s death
When the time of the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, drew near, his daughter Fatimah suffered greatly, and she grieved as much as he grieved, so the Holy Prophet confided to her a secret, and she was saddened, then he told her a secret, and she laughed. He followed him, as she died, may God be pleased with her, six months after the death of the Holy Prophet.
She died, may God be pleased with her, on the three days of Ramadan of the eleventh year of migration, and Ali, may God be pleased with him, prayed for her.
Where is Fatima al-Zahra buried?