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  1. Umar b. Khattab wrote a letter to Muaiyah l.a., the contents of which were as follows: ‘I went to the house of Ali, after having decided with others to bring him out of the house. Fatima came out and I told her, ‘Tell Ali to come out and swear the oath of allegiance to Abu Bakr for all Muslims have done so.’ Fatima replied that Ali was busy in arranging the Quran. I said, ’Keep this talk aside, tell Ali to come out or else we will forcefully enter the house and bring him out!’ At that moment, Fatima came and stood with her back towards the door and said, ‘O misled liars! What do you say and what do you want from us?’ I addressed her and she said, ‘What do you want O Umar?’ I replied, ‘Why has your cousin sent you here to reply while he remains seated behind veils?’Fatima said, ‘Your rebellion has brought me out O Umar and I have ended my proof upon you, and every misled is erroneous.’ I said, ‘Keep these vain and womanish words aside and tell Ali to come out of the house.’She replied, ‘You are not worthy of love and generosity. Do you make us fear the ‘Party of the Devil’ O Umar? Verily the Party of the Devil are the losers!’ (Surah Mujadilah (58): 19)Hearing this I said, ‘If Ali does not come out of the house, I will bring fuel and kindle a fire and burn down the house along with its dwellers or I will take Ali to the Masjid for (the oath of) allegiance.’ Then I took the whip (of Qunfudh) and struck Fatima with it and told Khalid b. Walid, ‘Bring firewood’, then again I told her, ‘I will burn down the house!’Fatima said, ‘O enemy of Allah and enemy of the Prophet of Allah s.a.w.a. and the enemy of the Commander of the Faithful!’ VISIT OPPRESSIONS UPON JANABE ZAHRA BLOGSPOT Two hands came out from behind the door to stop me from entering the house, however I pushed back the hands and then pushed the door with force, while striking at her hands with the whip, so that she would let go of the door. She wailed and wept due to the intense pain of the whip and her weeping was such a heart-rendering scream that it was as if my heart was going to melt and I almost retreated. Suddenly, I recalled the envy and avarice which I had towards Ali because he was the one that had shed the blood of the eminent Quraish apostates and thus, I kicked at the door, however she had grasped the door such that it would not open. When I kicked at the door, I heard the cry of Fatima and thought that this cry would topple the entire city of Medina. In this state Fatima called out, ‘O Father! O Prophet of Allah! How do they treat your beloved and your daughter! O Fizza! Hasten to my aid, for by Allah, the child in my womb has been killed.’I presumed that Fatima had stood with her back to the wall due to the extreme pain of labour and at this point, I pushed at the door with intense force and the door opened. When I entered therein, Fatima came and stood in front of me (even though she was in immense pain), but my intense anger had overwhelmed me as if a veil was cast before my eyes. In this state, I slapped her on her face, striking her veil, and she fell down to the ground.’” (This letter is quoted by Allamah Majlisi r.a. in Behaar al-Anwaar in which he says - I have related this letter from Dalail al-Imamah vol. 2 of Emaad al-Deen Tabari r.a. that after the martyrdom of Imam Husain a.s. at Karbala, Abdullah b. Umar along with a group of people from Medina came to Syria. They protested in front of Yazid l.a. regarding his atrocities at Karbala and in this gathering, Yazid l.a. told Abdullah b. Umar, “Do you wish to see the letter of your father”, saying this he brought forth the letter (quoted in the text) of Umar which was kept in a case and then he gave it to Abdullah )
  2. Avenging the Martyrdom of Muhsin bin Ali (as) on the Day of Judgement in the words of Prophet Muhammad (saww) The narration is quite big and detailed and I am only quoting a part of it here. You can read the complete narration at the following link on my website: http://www.marefatea...day-of-judgment Allah (swt) says to Prophet Muhammad (saww): As for your daughter, I will make her stand next to My Throne and she shall be told, "Verily Allah has appointed you as the ruler over His creation. Therefore, rule however you want regarding those who oppressed you and your children, for your ruling will be executed." So she will come to the courtyard (where the judgment will take place) and she will order those who oppressed her to be taken to Hell. Then the oppressor shall say, "Alas, woe to me for what I neglected toward Allah"(39:56) and he will wish to return to life. "The oppressor shall bite his hands saying: 'Would that I had taken the Path with the Messenger. Woe to me! Would that I had not taken so-and-so as my friend" (25:27- 28). And "until when he comes to Us he will say: 'Would that there was a distance of two easts between you and me, you are an evil companion.' It will not profit [them] on this day because [they] have oppressed, and [they] will be partners in chastisement" (43:38-39). The oppressor shall say, "You alone shall judge between Your servants concerning that wherein they have differed' (39:46) or is the judge someone else?" They will be told, "The curse of Allah be on the oppressors who hinder (people) from the path of Allah and seek to make it crooked, and disbelieve in the Hereafter" (7:44-45). The first judgment will be between Muhsin ibn 'Ali (as) and his killer - referring to the second usurper. Then he will be brought forth along with Qunfudh and they will be lashed with whips of fire. The whips will be such that if one of them hits the oceans, all of the oceans will boil from the east to the west and if (even one whip) touches the mountains, they will all melt and turn to ash. Then the Commander of the Believers (as) will kneel in front of Allah so that Allah judges between him and the fourth (usurper) - referring to Mu'awiyah. Thereafter, they (the second usurper, Qunfudh, and Mu'awiyah) will be thrown in a well (of fire) which will be covered so no one can see them and they will not be able to see anyone. So those who followed them (in this life) will say, "O Our Lord, show us those two among the Jinn and men who had led us astray. We will trample them under our feet so that they may become of those who are the lowest" (41:29). Allah, the Great and Almighty, will reply, "It will not profit you on this day because you have oppressed, and you will be partners in chastisement" (43:39). This is when they will scream in distress and call for destruction."' The Two will come to the Pool, (imprisoned) by the Keepers (of Hell) and will say to the Commander of the Believers (as), "Forgive us, give us some water, and save us." They will be told: "But when they shall see it near, grieved shall be the faces of those who disbelieve, and it shall be said (to them): this is what you have been calling for" (67:27) by referring to yourselves as the commanders of the believers. Return to Hell thirsty. You shall receive no drink but Hamim and Ghislin and "the intercession of the intercessors shall not avail you (74:48). Source: Kamil Al Ziyarat Chapter.108 Hadees.11
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