Khatoon-e- Jannat Hazrat Fatima Radi Allahu anha?

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Hazrat Hudhaifah Radi Allahu anhu narrates that the Noble Prophet Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa Sallam said, “There is an angel who before tonight had never come down to earth, asked ...show more
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  • The Truth Seeker answered 4 years ago
    Feminine Power - Zahir/Batin

    Laylatul Qadr is the most blessed night. A person who misses it has indeed missed a great amount of good. The Mu’min should search for it in the last ten nights of Ramadan, passing the nights in worship and obedience. For those who catch the opportunity, their gift is that of past sins wiped away.

    At a more deeper level - the Night of Qadr is a mystery that no-one can really fathom. It is shrouded in mystery and represents the Batin (inner / esoteric) as opposed to the Zahir (outer / exoteric). The Surah is believed tohave been revealed at the time of birth of the Beloved's daighter, Fatima tul Zehra (Fatima the Radiant, Fatima the Brightest Star, Fatima-Star of Venus, Fatima-The Evening Star).

    She embodies and represents the unknown or the hidden. Indeed, the fact that the verses state that one night is better than thousand months represents the potency of the Batin over the Zahir, the Feminine over the Masculine.

    ...and people think Islam is misogynistic!
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  • The Bricklayer answered 4 years ago
    Why would someone need 70,000 servants?
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  • Ismail answered 4 years ago
    What are the references for these narrations?
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