Fatima (a.s.)continued, saying, "By Allah I shall curse you inevery prayer I mayperform!"Here, our question is: What is your opinion in this regard, to themannerof the two Shaykhs toward the Household of the HolyProphet (s.w.)?Wasn't it more humane for Abu Bakr and `Umar tosatisfy the Householdof the Holy Prophet (s.w.), especially duringand after loosing their (theHousehold's) Great Father, the HolyProphet (s.w.)? Would it not havebeen more honorable if AbuBakr and `Umar tried to solve thesuspended issues between themand Ali (a.s.) and Fatima (a.s.) and atthe same time they couldhave keep the respect of the Holy Prophet(s.w.) and guarded thebenefit of the Islamic Ummah?Question No.
5 :What was the reason for the argument between the Muslims in thesituation when some companions were preventing theHolyProphet (s.w.) from writing down his will?1- The holy body of the Prophet (s.w.) was still lying on the bedwhen allthose disputes occurred, concerning the matter of whoshall succeedhim after his demise.
And if some of thecompanions had done what theHoly Prophet (s.w.) had askedthem (i.e.)
by bringing the ink and a pen)such catastrphies wouldn'thave happened among the Islamic sects.
In a tradition narrated in the sahih of al-Bukhaari (vol.
83), itis said that the companions who were present during themoment of theHoly Prophet's death divided into two parties: aparty called to bring theink and pen to the Holy Prophet (s.w.), andthe other party tried toprevent that.
And if the second party hadobeyed the Holy Prophet(s.w.), would they therefore, need tofabricate a false character calledAbdullah ibn Saba' and relate allthe confusions to him, and free thosecompanions who were themain players in this objection from any chargeor responsibility? Isit possible for anyone who works in the field ofresearching andstudy history to be convinced with illogicalinterpretations of thoseevents?2- Without doubt the source of the Islamic differences returns tothosewho did the following:a\ Preparing the appropriate ground and time for the Umayyad andtheAbbaside dynasties.
This is especially seen in the time ofMu`awiyah,who had destroyed the powers of Islam and distortedits facts.
b\ Excilling many of the faithful companions of the Holy Prophet(s.w.)from Medina, such as Abu Tharr al-Ghifaari whom the HolyProphet(s.w.) had described him saying, "There isn't a personupon whom atree's shadow fell, or a piece of ground hold, truerthan Abu Tharr!" Andon the other hand, they had returned all thosewhom the Holy Prophet(s.w.) had exciled or dismissed likeal-Hakam ibn al-`Aass, Marwan ibnal-Hakam (to whom Othman hadgiven his daughter as a wife) while it isnot compatible with the HolyProphet's (s.w.) tradition.