Was Ali related to Muhammad?

Was Ali related to Muhammad?

Shi’a Muslims consider him the First Imam appointed by the Islamic prophet Muhammad and the first rightful caliph. Ali was the cousin of Muhammad, and after marriage to Fatimah he also became Muhammad’s son-in-law.

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ʿAlī, in full ʿAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib, (born c. 600, Mecca, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia]—died January 661, Kufa, Iraq), cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, and fourth of the “rightly guided” (rāshidūn) caliphs, as the first four successors of Muhammad are called.

How old was Ali ibn Abi Talib when he died?

61 years (599 AD–661 AD)
Ali/Age at death

Who is the governor of Kufa?

Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad

Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad
Governor of Kufa
In office 679/680–683/684
Preceded by Nu’man ibn Bashir al-Ansari
Succeeded by ‘Amir ibn Mas’ud ibn Umayya al-Jumahi

Where in Iraq is the city of Basra located?

southeastern Iraq
Basra, Arabic Al-Baṣrah, city, capital of Al-Baṣrah muḥāfaẓah (governorate), southeastern Iraq. It is the principal port of Iraq.

Why did Ali refuse to take up the Office of Caliph?

“You [Ali] are my brother in this world and the next.” (Hadeeth) After Uthman’s martyrdom, the office of the caliphate remained unfilled for two or three days. Many people insisted that Ali should take up the office, but he was embarrassed by the fact that the people who pressed him hardest were the rebels, and he therefore declined at first.

Why did Ali ibn Abi Talib become the caliph?

While beginning his tenure as the new caliph, Ali faced a number of challenges – the likes of which none of the three previous caliphs had experienced. There was chaos all over the Islamic State. The wounds from Uthman’s brutal assassination were still open, and people wanted justice.

Who was the first caliph of the Muslim world?

Throughout Islamic history, one of the uniting aspects of the Muslim world was the caliphate. After the death of Prophet Muhammad, his close companion, Abu Bakr, was elected as the first khalifah, or caliph, of the Muslim community. His job as leader combined political power over the Muslim state as well as spiritual guidance for Muslims.

Who was the fourth caliph in the Quran?

The Fourth Caliph, Hazrat Ali (ra) (656-661 A.C.) “You [Ali] are my brother in this world and the next.” (Hadeeth) After Uthman’s martyrdom, the office of the caliphate remained unfilled for two or three days.

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