Al-Zahraa Tragedy is a historical book written by the Lebanese writer Sayed Jaafar Murtadha Al-Ameli. The book tackles the biography of the daughter of the Holy Prophet, peace be upon him and his progeny, Lady Fatimah Al-Zahraa, peace be upon her, including her virtues and the oppression she facedin her noble life.
The book falls into two volumes: the first volume consists of seven chapters in which the virtues of Lady Fatimah Al-Zahra, peace be upon her, are discussed, and the opinions of eminent scholars, like Allamah Mufeed and Khashef al-Ghetaa on her rib-breaking story, along with discussing the topic whether the doors of the Holy Madinah contained nails or not.
The second volume consists of two parts; the first part is of five chapters, while the second one is of three. The chapters deal with the poems and narrations of Ahlul Bait, peace be upon them, that speak about the oppression that Lady al-Zahra, peace be upon her, faced, including the abortion of Muhsin, her squeezing behind the door, and the burning of her house.