The Quranic in the speech of the Lady Al-Zahra (peace be upon her)
Keywords:God, the Lady, Fatimah Al-Zahra, sermons, the Qur’an
God Almighty has favored His Messenger, the believers, and all people to make his pure progeny equal to the Book of God and bound by it until God inherits the earth and those on it (I am leaving among you something that if you cling to it, you will not go astray, the Book of God Almighty is a stretched rope, and my progeny are my household, and they will not separate until they respond to me Al-Hawd) and (will not) in Al-Mawrid dictionary indicate the permanence of the non-separation between the Qur’an and the Progeny, and the eternal non-misguidance of those who adhere to them.
And because al-Zahra (Fatima) is the pole of the millstone between prophecy and the progeny, and because she is the mother of her father, his progeny, and his kawthar, which the Lord of Glory gave to him in reply to his disgrace. God endowed them with blessings that were unique to her without his creation, so it was an introduction to what she had become of the Qur’an in her words and actions, including the tenderness of two hearts that have no similarity: the heart of the Prophet, whom God made a container for the greatest Book (for He revealed it to your heart, by His willing) and the heart of the mother of the believers, Khadija, and that she heard the Noble Qur’an from the Prophet And she heard it from the prince of believers; Ali, and that she connected with him and understood the rulings of his obligations, and that she learned everything that an Arab girl of pure race and lineage can learn, and she added to it what no one else could understand.
It can be said that Al-Zahraa had an upbringing that no one else had, for she grew up in the cradle of faith, and she learned in her parents’ house what no other child learned from the verses of the Qur’an.
So she heard God’s revelation descending upon her father, and she saw and aware His words in her insight, so her flesh and blood mixed with it, rather the verses of the Qur’an mixed with every cell of her, so her spirit heard the verses of God, so the Qur’an in its language, style, and meanings was her intellectual nourishment. So how does it not appear in her speech? Because of what is in it of realizing the truth, refuting falsehood, and revealing the truths, so the position of Al-Zahraa was like the position of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) from the Qur’an and the family. The Qur'anic speech was not confined to citing the verses of the Qur'an, but rather included the use of a passage from a verse, or a word from it, or the employment of a meaning or character. So Her thoughts crossed with its words and meanings, producing an integrated intellectual fabric, as if it was the hand of divine power that created it and formulated what is in it.