Publish dateThursday 8 December 2022 - 16:10
Story Code : 262040
The institutionalization of the Fatimi culture in the society depends on knowing the personality dimensions of Hazrat Fatima Zahra (s.a.).
On the occasion of martyrdom day of Hazrat Fatima Zahra (s.a.) the daughter of beloved Prophet of Islam (PBUH), religious experts say that the institutionalization of Fatimi culture in the society depends on the acquaintance of Muslims with the dimensions of her personality.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Mohammad Ali Fitri, an expert on religious affairs, said in an interview with AVA: Hazrat Fatima Zahra (s.a.) has important and significant personality dimensions in our life.
According to Fitri, Hazrat Zahra (s.a.) is a role model in all scientific, cultural, moral and family fields, so if we want to institutionalize the Fatimid culture in our society, we must pay attention to her personality traits.
He pointed out that in the first step, research should be done and books and articles should be prepared and placed at the discretion of the enlightened class, and at the same time, the people of the pulpit should also recount and depict the untold stories of Hazrat Fatima (s.a.) through masjids, so that the Fatimi culture To be exploited according to the needs of the society.
Fitri also addressed another characteristic of Hazrat Fatima (s.a.) and said: Fatima Zahra (s.a.) is a complete role model for Muslim women from the point of view of husbandry.
Fitri explained: Hazrat Fatima Zahra (s.a.) respected all the legitimate rights of the husband, especially in the division of work between these two important members of the family as directed by the Holy Prophet (PBUH). The Prophet (PBUH) had told Imam Ali (s.a.) to do the outside work and the housework should be for Fatima Zahra (s.a.).
According to Fitri, although Fateima Zahra (s.a.) was a housewife, she was never oblivious to social and political issues and did not hesitate to advise and support Hazrat Ali (a.s.) in wars.
At the same time, Mrs. Nusrat Hussaini said in an interview with AVA: "In order to institutionalize the Fatimi culture, we need to model the behavior, words and actions of Hazrat Fatima (s.a.), in today's society, women should use the only daughter of the beloved Prophet of Islam (PBUH) as their model.
According to him, Hazrat Zahra (s.a.) was a perfect example of a woman or mother in the direction of take caring her children, she raised children such as Imam Hassan (a.s.), Imam Hussein (a.s.), Zainab (s.a.) Umm Golsum (s.a.), who are the eyes and light of the world, if every mother has the life of Fatima, she will be successful if she follows Hazrat Zahra (s.a.) in her life.
Mrs. Nusrat added: Fatima Zahra (s.a.) is a role model in terms of worship to Allah (SWT).
However, Mrs. Salima Mashhadi also said: The best lesson we can learn from Hazrat Fatima Zahra (s.a.) is the take caring of children, chastity and good behavior with family members.
According to her, Hazrat Zahra (PBUH) was generous and kind, even inside the house she did not look at her maid with the eyes of a slave and respected everyone's character.
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