Aisha angered Sayyidah Fatimah and made her weep due to the former’s hatred for the latter and the Ahlul Bayt. Al Saduq says:
Muhammad ibn al Hassan ibn Ahmed ibn al Walid narrated to them that Muhammad ibn al Hassan al Saffar narrated to them — from Ahmed ibn Muhammad ibn Khalid who says that — Abu ‘Ali al Wasiti informed him — from ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Ismah — from Yahya ibn ‘Abdullah — from ‘Amr ibn Abi al Miqdam — from his father — from Abu ‘Abdullah rahimahu Llah who said:
Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam entered his home and found Aisha addressing Fatimah and shouting her.
Aisha was saying, “By Allah, O daughter of Khadijah, You feel that your mother enjoys superiority over us. What superiority does she enjoy over us? She is just like one of us.”
Fatimah listened to her statement. When Fatimah saw Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, she cried.
He asked her, “What makes you cry, O daughter of Muhammad?”
She explained “I mentioned my mother and she (Aisha) disparaged her so I cried.”
Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam became angry and said, “Enough O Humaira’! Certainly Allah subhanahu wa ta ‘ala blessed al walud (one who bears plenty children) al wadud (one who deeply loves her children). Indeed, Khadijah radiya Llahu ‘anha gave birth to Tahir for me, who is ‘Abdullah and al Mutahhar, and she gave birth to al Qasim, Fatimah, Ruqayyah, Umm Kulthum, and Zainab for me. Whereas you are one whose womb Allah has rendered barren so you gave birth to none.”
Firstly, we seek Allah’s protection from ever believing such disgusting words could have emanated from the mouth of the Prophet salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam. May the curse of Allah be upon the liars who attribute such lies to his blessed personality.
Secondly, this narration is makdhub (false) and one of the Rawafid’s deceptions. It is rejected by both the Ahlus Sunnah and Shia. In relation to the Ahlus Sunnah, it is very simple; they do not regard the Rawafid’s narrations as credible. In relation to the Shia, the isnad is da’if since there are two majhul (unknown) persons present in it.
‘Ali al Namazi al Shaharudi comments, “‘Abdullah ibn ‘Ismah: They have not mentioned him.”‘=
Muhammad al Jawahiri comments, “Abu ‘Ali al Wasiti is majhul. He narrates two narrations in al Kafi.”
Ghulam Rida ‘Irfaniyan says, “Abu ‘Ali al Wasiti: He is not mentioned at all.”
Thirdly, the only thing found in the relationship between Sayyidah Aisha and Sayyidah Fatimah radiya Llahu ‘anhuma is love and admiration. There are numerous ahadith which the former has narrated on the virtues of the latter and in her praise. This shows the deep love she possessed for her. So how can it ever be claimed that she hated her?
Jafar al Hadi al Shi’i has written a book with the title al Sayyidah Fatimah al Zahra’ ‘ala Lisan Aisha Zawjat Rasulillah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam (Sayyidah Fatimah al Zahra’ on the tongue of Aisha, wife of Rasulullah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam). He has gathered forty ahadith therein on the virtues of Sayyidah Fatimah radiya Llahu ‘anha narrated by Sayyidah Aisha radiya Llahu ‘anha.
It is not comprehensible for her to have narrated all these narrations on the virtues of Sayyidah Fatimah radiya Llahu ‘anha while at the same time harbouring hatred for her. She has narrated such an abundance of ahadith on her virtues that it compelled a Shia to write an exclusive book on this subject. The truth is what the enemy acknowledges.
Purity belongs to Allah! When falsehood is pure, it carries its own destruction.
 Al Khisal of al Saduq pg. 404, 405; Bihar al Anwar vol. 16 pg. 3
 Mustadrakat ‘Ilm Rijal al Hadith vol. 5 pg. 55.
 Al Mufid min Mu’jam Rijal al Hadith of Muhammad al Jawahiri pg. 714.
 Mashayikh al Thiqat of Ghulam Rida ‘Irfaniyan pg. 92.
 A contemporary Shia.