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Special Salawat of Fatimah al-Zahra Black Flag
This beautiful flag with the holy name of Fatima printed on them, in addition to beautifying the house, can keep the memory of Fatimah bint Muhammad alive in our minds.
Fatimah bint Muhammad
Fatimah bint Muhammad ( 605 CE/15 BH – died 28 August 632 ), commonly known as Fatimah al-Zahra , was the daughter of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and Khadijah. According to Sunni Muslims, Fatimah was the youngest of their daughters; according to Shia Muslims, she was their only biological child who lived to adulthood. Fatimah’s husband was Ali, the fourth of the rightly guided caliphs and the first Shia imam, and her children include Hasan and Husayn, the second and third Shia imams, respectively. Fatimah is a significant character in early Islam, considered by both Sunni and Shia as the purest woman of all time and the dearest person to Muhammad. It is through Fatimah that Muhammad’s family line has survived and her name remains a popular choice for girls throughout the Muslim world. However, controversy surrounds Fatimah’s sudden death shortly after Muhammad’s demise. Sunni Islam holds that Fatimah died from grief. According to Shia Islam, her miscarriage and death were the direct result of the injuries that she suffered during a raid on her house, which was ordered by the new caliph, Abu Bakr, to cement his authority. Fatimah and her husband, Ali, had refused to acknowledge Abu Bakr’s authority and held that Muhammad had appointed Ali as his successor in the Ghadir Khumm event.
|Approximate weight||500 Gram|
|Place of production||Iran|
|Application||Decorative & Consumables|
|Handling time||7 Days|