1. Loving Lady Fatima (AS)
Whoever loves my daughter, Fatima (AS), will be with me in heaven, and whoever holds grudges against her will reside in hell.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.27, p.116.
2. The Best in Worshiping Allah
Fatima (AS) is the best companion in the path toward serving and worshiping Allah.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.43, p.117.
3. The Dearest
Fatima (AS) is the dearest of people to me.
Al-Shaykh al-Saduq, Al-Amali, p.259.
4. Lady Fatima (AS), the Joy of Her Father's Heart
Fatima is of my flesh, who is the light of my eyes and the warmth of my heart.
Al-Shaykh al-Saduq, Al-Amali, p.486.
5. Injustice to Lady Fatima (AS)
Woe to whoever does wrong to my daughter, Fatima (AS), after my death.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.73, p.354.
6. Paying a Visit to Lady Fatima (AS)
Visiting Fatima (AS) equals to visiting me.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.43, p.58.
7. Part of Her Father, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH&HP)
O’ Fatima (AS)! You are part of me, and I part of you.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.43, p.32.
8. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH&HP)'s Deep Love for Her
O’ Fatima (AS)! I’m ready to give my life for you!
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.22, p.490.
9. A Heavenly Angel
Fatima (AS) is an angel who smells like heaven.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.87, p.112.
10. An Avid Worshipper
Verily, Allah has poured faith and belief into the veins of Fatima (AS); thus, she is consistent in worshiping Allah.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.24, p.74.
11. Lady Fatima (AS)'s Marriage
I did not give permission for Fatima (AS)’s marriage until I received Allah’s command as to her marriage.
Al-Shaykh al-Saduq, Uyoun Akhbar Al-Ridha, vol.2, p.59.
12. Lady Fatima (AS)'s Status
My daughter’s light is of Allah, and her status is higher than heaven and earth.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.15, p.10.
13. The Four Honored Women
Heaven looks forward to four women: Mary, the daughter of Joachim, Asyia, pharaoh’s wife, Khadija, Khuwailad’s daughter, and Fatima (AS), Muhammad (PBUH&HP)’s daughter.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.43, p.53.
14. Asking Allah's Pardon for Others
O’ Fatima! I give you the glad tiding of holding a high status in Allah’s regard, which provides you with the power to ask pardon for other people.
Bihar al-Anvar, vol.76, p.359.