If not then tell us why did the holy prophet say, "Fatima is a part of me, and he who makes her angry, makes me angry."
Sahih al Bukhari Volume 5 hadith 61
Actually this was said when Ali [ra] angered Fatima [ra] according to the shia ahadith.
If it is permissible to obey her then it is reported in Saheeh Bukhari that Hadhrath Sayyedah Fatima was displeased with the two shaykhs. She had even instructed (in her will) that they should not participate in her funeral procession.
Please see our article "Burning the house of Fatima[sa]"
If Hadhrath Fatima's displeasure towards the two shaykhs was not against Islam then why is it important upon the general mass to love them? Allah[swt] deemed His anger and Fatima's to be the same, and Syeda Fatima left the earth angry with the 2 Shaykhs.
Her claim was wrong, so on which basis should we dislike Abu Bakar [ra]? Refer to our article , Fadak.
Ali also angered Fatima on many instances according to shia books , Click here.
Prophet (peace be upon him) himself got angry at Fatima , Jilal ul Ayoon, by Baqir Majlisi.
Again, Ali angered Fatima , Ilalul Sharaie by Shaikh Sadooq.
Once again, Ilalul Sharaie by Shaikh Sadooq.
If you are blind in blaming Abu Bakar , than open your eyes today. You have to look whether her claim was correct or not. If her claim was not correct, than on what basis can you blame Abu Bakr?
You are of the opinion that there had been no opposition between Hadhrath Ali (as) and the three companions. Suppose I accept that, but let me tell you, I have a very deep respect and honour for the pure lady Fatima (as) who was part of the flesh of the holy prophet (saww) and she has this esteem to her credit that whenever she appeared in the presence of the holy prophet (saww) he used to stand up as a welcoming gesture of honour to her. Therefore, will following such a respectful personality be a cause of salvation or not? Decide by keeping Bukhari and Muslim before your sight.
Yup if you truly follow her.
Shia records confirm that Fatima (رضّى الله عنها) became pleased with Abu Bakr (رضّى الله عنه). The Shia author of Hujjaajus Saalikeen states:
“Verily, when Abu Bakr saw that Fatima was annoyed with him, shunned him and did not speak to him after this on the issue of Fadak, he was much aggrieved on account of this. He resolved to please her. He went to her and said: ‘Oh daughter of Rasool-Allah! You have spoken the truth in what you have claimed, but I saw Rasool-Allah distributing it (i.e. the income of Fadak). He would give it to the Fuqaraa, Masaakeen and wayfarers after he gave your expenses and expenses of the workers.’ She then said: ‘Do with it as my father, Rasool-Allah had done.’ Abu Bakr said: ‘I take an oath by Allah for you! It is incumbent on me to do with it what your father used do with it.’ Fatima said: ‘ By Allah! You should most certainly do so.’ Abu Bakr said: ‘ By Allah! I shall most certainly do so.’ Fatima said: ‘O Allah! Be witness.’ Thus, she became pleased with this and she took a pledge from Abu Bakr. Abu Bakr would give them (Fatima and others of the Ahlel Bayt) expenses therefrom and distribute the balance to the Fuqaraa, Masaakeen and wayfarers.”
In the very reliable narration of Sunan Al-Bayhaqi, we read:
“When Fatima became ill, Abu Bakr came to her and asked for permission to enter. So Ali said, ‘O Fatima, this is Abu Bakr asking for permission to enter.’ She answerd, ‘Do you want me to give him permission?’ He said, ‘Yes.’ So she allowed him (to enter), and he came in seeking her pleasure, so he told her: ‘By Allah, I only left my home and property and my family seeking the pleasure of Allah and His Messenger and you, O Ahlel Bayt.’ So he talked to her until she was pleased with him.” (Sunan Al-Bayhaqi)
This Hadith is narrated by Bayhaqi in al Sunan al Kubra (6:300-301) and Dala’il al-Nubuwwa (volume 2, page 517-518) click here , who said: “It is narrated with a good (hasan) chain.” Muhibb al Din al-Tabari cited it in al Riyad Al Nadira (2:96-97 #534) and Dhahabi in the Siyar (Ibid). Ibn Kathir states it as Sahih in his Al Bidayah and Ibn Hajar in his Fath Al Bari.
Fatima (may Allah be pleased with her) said :
Instruct your folks to speak only good wording near the corpse. As the harem of Bani Hashim asked her to poetize near her father’s corpse, Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet (peace be upon him and his family), said, “Leave mourning and supplicate to God.”
Tuhaf ul Aqool (تحف العقول عن آل الرسول) : You can download from http://shia-online.com/books.php
While departing from this world, did the holy prophet (saww) leave the Qur'an with the ummah or not?
No, as proven from shia books also, Ali [ra] says that Prophet [peace be upon him] told him to collect Quran.
If he did then why did the need for the collection of the Qur'an arise? And why were the Ummah kept without the Qur'an till the period of Uthman?
He didn't , Quran was indeed revealed completely, but it was not in arranged form, but it was written on different pieces, the Quran was arranged in the form of book by the Caliphs.
If the holy prophet (saww) did not leave the Qur'an with the Ummah prior to his departure then the task of Risallah was not accomplished because the purpose of his arrival was to convey the message of Allah to the ummah. How then is the religion complete?
The message was conveyed, to convey the message, it is not necessary that it must be in the form of a book , i can convey my message to anyone without writing a book, but in the form of letters too. The message was indeed conveyed, but Quran in itself was not in an arranged form. This great work was done by the Caliphs as proven from lots of your books.
You make a long list of Muslims who compiled the revelations which proves the fact that the holy prophet (saww) had himself been causing the Qur'an being written and preserved it. But to our surprise, after the holy prophet (saww) up until the period of Uthman, people could not get the Qur'an. Could you explain why this gap occurred?
Seems the scholar you are so fond of hasn't read even the shia books very well. Anyhow, people had the Quran, but not in an arranged form, but in pieces. One chapter or some part written on one piece , another chapter or part on another piece.
You are proud of the memorizers of the Qur'an and even claim the fact that there had been many such people among the companions of the holy prophet. Then, tell us, from among Ali (as), Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman who knew the Qur'an by heart? Give your answers with complete sources and refer to your books.
If none of the three companions had been Haafidh of the Qur'an then why scoff the Shias despite the presence of many Haafidh among them?
Indeed they knew Quran by heart, Uthman would recite the entire quran in one or two rakah.
Al bidaya wan nihaya , volume 7, page 214
Tabaqat ibn saad , volume 3, page 75
Tarikhul Khulufa, Imam Suyuti
Al Farooq, Shibli Numani
Is it allowed to scoff shias now?