Shiite scholars have suggested many reasons for this:
First of all it was the choice of Lady Fatima(a.s.) to have a clandestine and overnight funeral and that her grave whereabouts be kept from public knowledge. Only her husband Ali Ibn Abi Talib who buried her holy body and her children knew about her grave whereabouts and didn't disclose it to anyone as ...
She was injured when defending her husband Imam Ali --peace be upon him-- at the time that Abu Bakr and Umar were trying to force Imam to give the pledge of allegiance to Abu Bakr, and she was later martyred from that injury that also immediately killed the embryo in her womb:
وَ قَدْ كَانَ قُنْفُذٌ ... ضَرَبَ فَاطِمَةَ ع بِالسَّوْطِ حِينَ
First, please note that the belief in revelations after the Holy Prophet does not whatsoever imply revelation of new religion.
According to Shia Islam, prophets do not leave wealth as heritage but same as the Quran says their heritage is divine knowledge from God. Likewise Prophet Muhammad PBUH left his divine knowledge as a heritage for Imam Ali a.s. This ...
Since hazrat Fatima is very eminent and just few achieve that understanding,Imam Sadiq (A.S.) interpreting this verse to hazrat Fatima and said: "Who knows Fatima the way it should,then could understand Laylatul Qadr.
Fatima is Laylatul Qadr of ahlul bayt and surat al-Qadr represent magnitude of her and is interpreted to hazrat Fatima through this reasons:
A Sunni view on the issue is that these are not accurate.
First, it is not established that the prophet gave Fadak to her.
Contrary to that there are hadith stating that she asked for it during the prophet's lifetime but the prophet refused her request. See e.g. [Sunnan Abi Dawood; Kitab Al-Kharaj, Wal-Fai' Wal-Imarah; hadith 2966].
Abu Bakr refused the ...
When Fatima (a.s.) grew youth, the great companions hurried to the
Prophet (a.s.) one after the other so that he might honor them by
marrying his pure daughter to them but the Prophet (a.s.) responded to
none of them. From those who had asked the Prophet (a.s.) for his
daughter’s hand was Abu Bakr whom the Prophet (a.s.) refused his
request and ...
All perfect praise be to Allah
First of all i would like to encourage you on starting exploration of ahadees, but i would like to add that you need to keep in contact with a good shiekh al hadith for getting all the answers of your questions side by side, and have a book on history of sunni ahadees, their rules and history, such book will also be suggested ...
According to the few inormation (No Hadith Number, No Narrtor quoted) i tried to find any support for this "Hadith", what i could say after a certain search:
Well there's no such hadith as far as i can say after a certain research. The only version which seem near to this which is in Musnad al-Imam Ahmad is the Version which says that our Messenger sucked ...
There is no doubt about the high status of bibi zehra(A.S.). For instance, look at the following hadith (narration) that Prophet Muhammad (S) said regarding his daughter (Fatimah (s.a.)):
Prophet (sawa):'Fatimah is the mother of her father!' Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 43, p. 19; this nickname 'Ummu Abeeha', mother of her father, is included as one of the names ...
Note that this incident happened after fath Mekka.
There are several ahadith quoting the words:
Fatima is a part of me. He in fact tortures me who tortures her. (sahih Muslim)
إِنَّمَا فَاطِمَةُ بَضْعَةٌ مِنِّي يُؤْذِينِي مَا آذَاهَا
One which might get close to the one you posted is:
I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) who was on the pulpit, saying, ...
There can be diverse reasons for that, such as:
Narrating of historical events was not like now (to be written…), and
actually the narrating of the events was often verbally, consequently
perhaps wrongly …
On the other hand, the Muslims were busy in fighting at that time,
and as a result were not so worry to register the dates of events
Another Shia argument why the hadith cannot be authentic:
Ali ibn Abi Talib never intended to have a second wife whilst he was married to the daughter of the prophet, as it was not a "normal" marriage. Allah (swt) decided the marriage of Ali and Fatimah and it was celebrated in the heavens. The Prophet was informed about Allah's (swt) decision by Gibraeel.
Shias believe that the narration regarding Imam Ali isn't true:
As the prophet is commanding against Qur'an. According to Qur'an any man is allowed to marry up to 4 women.
The narrator of the this narration is Meswar ibn Makhrama (مسور بن مخرمه) who is an enemy of the Ahl al-Beyt. He was from a Khawarij. From Al-Zahabi's Siyar A'lam al-Nubala Vol. 3 Pg. 391 ...