Fadak was the estate donated by the Holy Prophet SAWA to his beloved daughter Fatima (SA). But unfortunately soon after the demise of the Holy Prophet. Fadak in History [Martyr Mohammad Baqir As Sadr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book is one of the many Islamic publications. It was the problem of Fadak and the historical dispute that took place between Fatima az-Zahra’ (peace be on her) and the first caliph (may Allah be pleased with.

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Harun inquired about the boundaries of the oasis from a descendant of Fatima in order to return it to its rightful possessors.

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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Mu’awiyahthe first Umayyad Caliph did not return Fadak to Fatimah ‘s descendants.

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Umar was the most harsh person in keeping Fatimah sa from Fadak and her inheritance as he himself confessed: Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr details writer: After this long period of recapturing and restoration, Fadak was returned to the posession of the usurpers and their heirs as it seems, no further mention was made in History and the curtain fell!

From the Sunnah and Practice of the Prophet of Islam it is evident that Muhammad himself used to manage Fai as the head of the Islamic republic. It was part of the Muslim charitable trust to be administered by him as Caliph.


As he mentioned the case of Fadak during the past caliphates he said: This histor after the fzdak of Imam Hasan as.


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This was claimed by the first Caliph Abu Bakr, and was rejected by his successors, both by the next two caliphs Umar and Uthmanand by the Umayyads and the Abbasids. However the Caliphate dismissed her plea on political grounds. In this way Fadak fell into the possesion of Marwan; he used to sell crops and products for at least ten thousand dinars per year, and if in some years its income decreased, this drop was not very pronounced.

Historical accounts differs on what happened to Fadak under the early Abbasid caliphs. According to Sunnis, Muhammad didn’t gift Fadak to his daughter. He asked her to bring witnesses to her claim reagrding the gift. Get to Know Us. Then al Mamun asked the scholars: Some Muslim commentators agree that following the conquest of Fadak, the property belonged exclusively to Muhammad, while several others reject this view. Product details Paperback Publisher: Then he donated to his two sons, Abd al Malik and Abd al Aziz.

An old man stood up and came forth, arguing with him about Fadal and al Mamun also argued with him untill he overcame al Mamun. All fadai narrations regarding this are weak. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. And whatsoever he forbiddeth, abstain from it. In the 7th century, the Khaybar oasis was inhabited by Arab Jewswho made their living growing date palm trees. Primary sources including the Sirah Rasul Allah Biography of the Faxak of Ibn Ishaq describe the conquest of Khaybar, detailing the agreement of Muhammad with the Jews to remain in Fadak and hiistory their land, retaining one-half of the produce of the oasis.


Half the Land of Fadak, which was given by Jews after the peace treaty, was purely the property of Rasool Allah s. Skip to main content.

When Umar ibn Abd al Aziz becmae the Caliph he delivered a lecture and mentioned that: Qur’an O Itrat Foundation. It is not to be distributed like booty among the soldiers, but the whole of it is for Allah and His apostle. His response left her dumbfounded.

Fadak in History

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. The first utter complaint which he received caused him to weep when he looked at it. We must consider that the lawfulness and rightfulness of their caliphate depended upon the correctness b.

Lesley Hazleton describes the dispute between Fatimah and Abu Bakr as follows: