On the anniversary of the martydom of the Lady of Light, Sayeda Fatima (as), we look at the narration speaking about her on the day of Judgement.

Abu Abdillah Ja’far b. Muhammad, peace be upon him, said: On the Day of Judgement, Allah will bring together the first and the last people on one plane and then He will cause an announcement to be made: “Cast down your glances and lower your heads, so that Fatimah (peace be upon her), daughter of Muhammad, peace be upon him and his progeny, crosses the Bridge (al-Sirat).” He said: “People will cast down their glances and then Fatimah, peace be upon her, will arrive seated on one of the highbred animals of Paradise, followed by 70 thousand angels. Then she will make a distinguished pause at one of the high stations on the Day of Judgement, dismount and take the blood soiled shirt of al-Husain b. Ali peace be upon him, in her hands, saying: “O Allah! This shirt belongs to my son, and You know what was done to him.”
There will be proclamation from Allah, Most High: “O Fatimah, you have My pleasure.” She will say: “Help me avenge from those who killed him.” Allah will then command a flame from hellfire to leap forth and devour all the killers of al-Husain b. Ali, peace be upon him, the way a bird devours a seed. The flame will take them back into the hell pit, subjecting them to various chastisements. Then Fatimah, peace be upon her, will ride again and proceed to enter Paradise, accompanied by the angels following her, her descendants before her and her friends and partisans on her right and on her left.”

Source: al-Amali al-Mufeed, Assembly 15, Hadith #6 (See First Image below)

Sanad: He said: Abu Ja’far Muhammad b. Ali b. Musa reported from his father, who reported from Ali b. Ibrahim b. Hashim, from his father, from Ibn Abi Umayr, from Aban b. Uthman, who said the above hadith

Grading: Sh. Haadi al-Najafi says it is a Sahih/Authentic hadith [Mawsu’atu Ahadith Ahlulbayt, Volume 8, Page 252 (See Second Image below);for gradings of each narrator and original translation, please see here



Ya Fatimah (as)