Ref: Sahih al-Bukhari, Chapter of "The battle of Khaibar", arabic version, page 1040.
After the death of Allah 's Apostle Fatima the daughter of Allah's Apostle asked Abu Bakr As-Siddiq to give her, her share of inheritance from what Allah's Apostle had left of the Fai (i.e. booty gained without fighting) which Allah had given him. Abu Bakr said to her, "Allah's Apostle said, 'Our property will not be inherited, whatever we (i.e. prophets) leave is Sadaqa (to be used for charity)." Fatima, the daughter of Allah's Apostle got angry and stopped speaking to Abu Bakr, and continued assuming that attitude till she died. Fatima remained alive for six months after the death of Allah's Apostle.
Ref: Sahih Muslim, page 841.
The same narration is found in other Sahih Muslim books, as following:
“…Abu Bakr questioned about those who had refused to pay allegiance to him and had gathered near Ali like Abbas, Zubair and Sa’d Ibn Ubaadah, who were sitting in the house of Fatimah, refusing to pay allegiance. Abu Bakr dispatched Umar Ibn Khattaab to them. Umar went to the house of Fatimah and screamed (inviting them to come out of the house to pay allegiance). They refused to come out of the house. At this juncture, Umar called for firewood and said, ‘I swear by the One in whose hand is Umar’s life! Come
out of the house or else I will burn down the house along with its inmates! One person said to Umar, ‘O Aba Hafs (referring to Umar’s agnomen)! Fatimah is in this house.’ Umar shot back, ‘Even if Fatimah is in this house, I will burn it " down...'
Ref: A’laam al-Nisaa Fi Alam Al Arab Wal Islam, by Umar Reza Kahhaaleh, a contemporary Sunni scholar, page 115.
“Narrated Muhammad bin Bashir from Ubaidllah bin Umar from Zaid bin Aslam that his father Aslam said: ‘When the homage (baya) went to Abu Bakr after the Messenger of Allah, Ali and Zubair were entering into the house of Fatima to consult her and revise their issue, so when Umar came to know about that, he went to Fatima and said : ‘Oh daughter of Messenger of Allah, no one is dearest to us more than your father and no one dearest to us after your father than you, I swear by Allah, if these people gathered in your house then nothing will prevent me from giving order to burn the house and those who are inside.’
So when Umar left, they (Ali and Zubair) came , so she (Fatima) said to them: ‘Do you know that Umar came here and swear by Allah to burn the house if you gather here, I swear by God that he (Umar) will execute his oath, so please leave wisely and take a decision and don't gather here again.’ So they left her and didn't gather there till they give baya to Abu Bakr.”
Ref: Musnaf of Imam Ibn Abi Shebah, volume 7, page 432, tradition 37045.
All the narrators are authentic as they are the narrators of Sahih Bukhari & Sahih Muslim. Muhammad bin Bashir: Imam Al-Dhahabi said: ‘Thabt’ (Al-Kaashif, v2 p159), Imam Ibn Hajar Asqalani said: ‘Thiqa’ (Taqrib al-Tahdib, v2 p58). Ubaidllah bin Umar: Al-Dhahabi said: ‘Thabt’ (Al-Kaashif, v1 p685), Ibn Hajar Asqalani said: ‘Thiqa Thabt’ (Taqrib al-Tahdib, v1 p637). Zaid bin Aslam: Al-Dhahabi said: ‘Hujja’ (Siar alam alnubala, v5 p316), Imam Ibn Hajar Asqalani said: ‘Thiqa’ (Taqrib al-Tahdib, v1 p326). Aslam al-Qurashi (the slave of Umar): Al-Dhahabi said: 'Faqih, Imam' (Siar alam alnubala, v4 p98), Ibn Hajar Asqalani said: ‘Thiqa’ (Taqrib al-Tahdib, v1 p88).
Abu Bakr sent for Ali to pledge allegiance to him (Abu Bakr), but he (Ali) refused. So Umar came (to his house) with a fire-lamp. Fatimah encountered him at the door (of the house) and said: “O Ibn Al-Khattab, are you going to burn the door on me?” He said “Yes! And this (burning the house) makes what your father had come with stronger…”
Ref: Ansaabul Ashraf, by Ahmad bin Yahya Jabir al-Balathari, volume 1, page 589, hadith 1184.
Under the chapter captioned, ‘Mode of Allegiance by Ali (as)’ vide his chain of narrators citing on the authority of Abdullah Ibn Abdur Rehmaan Ansaari, writes,
“Verily, one day Abu Bakr enquired about those who refused to pay allegiance to him and had gathered around Ali. He dispatched Umar to pursue them while they had gathered in the house of Ali. When they declined to emerge from the house, Umar thundered, ‘Pile the firewood’ and screamed at the inmates, ‘I swear by the One in whose hands is Umar’s life! Come out, otherwise I will burn down the house along with its inmates.’ Somebody asked, ‘O Aba Hafs! Are you aware that Fatemah is present in this house?’ Umar shot back, ‘(I don’t care) even if Fatemah is present in the house!"
Ref: 'Al-Imaamah wa al-Siyaasah’ by Abu Muhammad Abdullah Ibn Muslim Ibn Qutaybah.
Ibn Abi shaybah in his Musnaf and Allamah Tabari in his Tarikh have narrated that Umar stood on the door of the house of Janabe Fatimah (A) and said :
“O daughter of Allah (SWT)’s Messenger (SAW)! By Allah (SWT)! You are the dearest amongst us . But by Allah (SWT)! But this will not stop me from seting your house ablaze if these persons keep gathering in it .”
Ref: 'Al Farooq '- Biography of Hazrat Umar Farooq by Allamah Shibli Nomani, page 66.
Ibn Humayd - Jarir - Mughirah - Ziyad b. Kulayb:
Umar Ibn al-Khattab came to the house of Ali. Talha and Zubair and some of the immigrants were also in the house. Umar cried out: "By God, either you come out to render the oath of allegiance, or I will set the house on fire." al-Zubair came out with his sword drawn. As he stumbled (upon something), the sword fell from his hand so they jumped over him and seized him."
Ref: History of al-Tabari, volume 9. pages 186 and 187.
Imam Ali (A) , Abbas , zubayr were gathered at the house of Janabe Fatimah .
'Abu Bakr ordered Umar to bring them from the house of Fatemah (RA). Abu Bakr told Umar, ‘If they refuse to come out of the house, wage a war against them.’” At this juncture, Umar went towards the house of Fatemah with some fire to burn it down, when he encountered Fatemah who came to the door of the house and asked, ‘Where are you going, o son of Khattaab? Have you come to burn our house down?’
Umar replied, ‘Yes.. '
Ref: Edqul Fareed, by Ahmad bin Mohammed bin Abd Rabbih al-Andalusi, page 13.
"Narrated to us from Ibn Hamid . He said narrated to us Jurair , from Mugayrah, from Ziyad bin kaleeb. He said 'from there ( saqifa) Umar went to the house of Ali , in it were present Talha , Zubayr and some other members from the muhajireen. Umar said "come and pay allegiance, else i willset this house on fire and burn you all". Zubayr came out with his sword and charged towards Umar. But his foot got entangled in the floor and he fell down and his sword fell off from his hand. Immediately people pounced upon him and overpowered him."
Ref: History of al-Tabari, in arabic version, volume 3, page 202.
“…Thereafter, Abu Bakr ordered Umar to bring out Ali (RA) and those with him from the house of Fatemah (RA). Abu Bakr told Umar, ‘If they refuse to come out of the house, wage a war against them.’” At this juncture, Umar went towards the house of Fatemah with some fire to burn it down, when he encountered Fatemah, who asked, ‘Where are you going, o son of Khattaab? Have you come to burn our house down?’
Umar replied, ‘Yes '.
Ref: Kitab al-Mukhtasar fi Akhbaaril Bashar, by Muayyed Emaaduddin Ismaeel, page 64.
"Umar on the day of allegiance struck Hazrat Fatima Zahra so severely on her stomach that she had to suffer the miscarriage of Janabe Mohsin."
Ref: 'Kitab al-Wafi bi-al-Wafayat (al-Nasharat al-Islamiyah), by Khalil ibn Aybak Safadi, page 15.
"Verily Umar stuck so hard at Hazrat Fatima Zahra in her stomach on the day of allegiance that she suffered the miscarriage of Janabe Mohsin. And Umar was shouting to burn the house of Janabe Fatimah along with the people inside it, although at that time there were none other than Hazrat Ali, Hazrat Fatima, Hassan, and Hussain in the house."
Ref: Al-Melal wa al-Nehal -Abu al-Fath Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Karim Ibn Abi Bakr Ahmed Shahrastaani (exp. 548 A.H.), page 51.
Abu Bakr said: As for the three things that I wish I never did, that I wish I did not raid Fatima’s house and I left it …
He (the author) said: and this hadith is hasan (reliabe) from Abu Bakr.
Ref: Al-Mujma' al-Kabir, by Abul-Qasim Sulayman bin Ahmad At-Tabrani (360 A.H.), volume 1, page 62.