Ali Haşim (Hz) 600–661 – Family Tree of Prophets

Family Tree of Prophets

Ali Haşim (Hz)Yaş: 61 years600661

Adı
Ali Haşim (Hz)
Alıntı Detayı: Ali
Alıntı Detayı: 55
Alıntı Detayı: Efendimizin Seceresi
Metin:

Efendimizin Seceresi

Paylaşılan not: 'ali Ibn Abi Talib 4Th Muslim Caliph Of Arabia
Doğum 600 40
Alıntı Detayı: Ali
Rumuz
Ali bin Ebu Talib

EvlilikEsma bint-i Umeys Aileyi görüntüle
evet

Babanın ölümüEbu Talib Haşim
619 (Yaş 19 years)

Alıntı Detayı: Ali
EvlilikFatıma MuhammedAileyi görüntüle
622 (Yaş 22 years)

Alıntı Detayı: 55
Oğlunun doğumu
#1
Hasan Muhammed
624 (3) (Yaş 24 years)
Alıntı Detayı: Hasan
Oğlunun doğumu
#2
Hüseyin bin Ali Muhammed
626 (5) (Yaş 26 years)

Annenin ölümüFatıma bint Esed
626 (5) (Yaş 26 years)

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Erkek kardeşim ölümüCafer bin Ebu Talib Haşim
629 (8) (Yaş 29 years)

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Kızının doğumu
#3
Ümmü Gülsüm Muhammed
6 Temmuz 630 (17 Rebiülevvel 9) (Yaş 30 years)

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Oğlunun doğumu
#4
Muhammed bin el-Hânifîyye Haşim
633 (12) (Yaş 33 years)
Hanımın ölümüFatıma Muhammed
633 (12) (Yaş 33 years)
Hanımın ölümüEsma bint-i Umeys
661 (41) (ölümün tarihinde)

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Notlar

Vefat
Kufah, Iraq (Murdered)
Ocak 661 (Ramazan 40) (Yaş 61 years)
Alıntı Detayı: Ali
Araştırma görevi
Descendants of Ali ibn Abi Talib
16 Ekim 2014 (22 Zilhicce 1435)

tarafından: Süleyman Arslan
Kaynak: Wikipedia
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Metin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Descendants_of_Ali_ibn_Abi_Talib http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alids

Ebeveynlerle Aile - Aileyi görüntüle
baba
anne
Evlilik:
ağabey
erkek kardeş
erkek kardeş
kız kardeş
kız kardeş
kendisi
Fatıma Muhammed ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
Evlilik: 622
oğlu
kızı
kızı
oğlu
3 years
oğlu
Ümmü'l-Benin bint-i Hizam ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
oğlu
oğlu
oğlu
oğlu
Leyla bint-i Mes'ud ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
oğlu
oğlu
Esma bint-i Umeys ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
Evlilik:
oğlu
oğlu
Ümame ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
oğlu
Havlet bint Câ'fer ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
oğlu
Ümmü Said ile aile - Aileyi görüntüle
kendisi
hanım
kızı
kızı
Cafer bin Ebu Talib Haşim + Esma bint-i Umeys - Aileyi görüntüle
ağabey
hanım
Evlilik:
yeğen
Hz. Ebu Bekir + Esma bint-i Umeys - Aileyi görüntüle
hanım’sının koca
hanım
Evlilik:
üvey-oğlu

DoğumEncyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on
Alıntı Detayı: Ali
EvlilikGEDCOM File : 2746994.ged
Alıntı Detayı: 55
AdıEncyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on
Alıntı Detayı: Ali
AdıGEDCOM File : emsuggs.ged
AdıGEDCOM File : 2746994.ged
Alıntı Detayı: 55
AdıEfendimizin Seceresi
Alıntı Detayı: Efendimizin Seceresi
Metin:

Efendimizin Seceresi

VefatEncyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on
Alıntı Detayı: Ali
Araştırma göreviWikipedia
Yayınlayan: Location: http://en.wikipedia.org;
Metin:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Descendants_of_Ali_ibn_Abi_Talib http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alids

Notes

'Ali, in full 'ALI IBN ABU TALIB (b. c. 600, Mecca--d. January 661, Kufah, Iraq), son-in-law of Muhammad, the Peygamber of Islam, and fourth caliph (successor to Muhammad), reigning from 656 to 661. The question of his right to the caliphate resulted in the only major split in Islam (into Sunnah and Shi'ah branches).He is revered by the Shi'ah as the only true successor to the Peygamber.

'Aliwas the son of Abu Talib, chief of a local clan. When his father became impoverished, 'Ali was taken under the care of Muhammad, then still a businessman in Mecca, who himself had been cared for by 'Ali's father as a child. When Muhammad felt God's call to become his Peygamber, 'Ali, though only 10 years old, becameone of the first converts to Islam and remained a lifelong devoted follower ofMuhammad. According to legend 'Ali risked his life by sleeping in the Peygamber's bed to impersonate him the night that Muhammad fled in 622 from Mecca to Medina from enemies who were plotting to assassinate him. In addition, 'Ali is saidto have carried out Muhammad's request to restore all the properties that had been entrusted to him as a merchant to their owners in Mecca. Only then did 'Ali himself leave for Medina. There he married Muhammad's daughter Fatimah, who bore him two sons, Hasan and Husayn.

'Ali is said to have displayed rare courage in battle during the military expeditions Muhammad conducted to consolidateIslam and always obtained a lion's share of the booty. 'Ali was also one of Muhammad's scribes and was chosen to lead several important missions. When the hostile inhabitants of Mecca finally accepted Islam without battle, it was 'Ali who smashed the pagan idols in the Ka'bah (holy shrine).

Muhammad died on June 8, 632. Some say he had unequivocally nominated 'Ali as his successor while he was returning from his "farewell pilgrimage" to Mecca. Others reject this claim, maintaining that Muhammad died without naming a successor. 'Ali, while attending the last rites of the Peygamber, was confronted by the fact that Abu Bakr, Muhammad's closest friend and father of 'A ishah, one of the Peygamber's wives, had been chosen caliph. 'Ali did not submit to Abu Bakr's authority for some time, but neither did he actively assert his own rights, possibly because he did not want to throw the Muslim community into bloody tribal strife. He retired into a quiet life in which religious works became his chief occupation. The firstchronologically arranged version of the Qur an is attributed to him, and his excellent knowledge of the Qur an and Hadith (the sayings and deeds of Muhammad) aided the caliphs in various legal problems.

Following the murder of 'Uthman, the third caliph, 'Ali was invited by the Muslims of Medina to accept the caliphate; reluctant, he agreed only after long hesitation. His brief reign wasbeset by difficulties due mostly to the corrupt state of affairs he inherited.Acutely aware of the neglect of the Qur an and the traditions of Muhammad that his predecessors had allowed to develop, he based his rule on the Islamic ideals of social justice and equality. His policy was a blow to the interests of the Quraysh aristocracy of Mecca who had grown rich in the wake of the Muslim conquests. In order to embarrass 'Ali they demanded that he bring the murderers of 'Uthman to trial, and when he rejected their request, a rebellion against himwas instigated in which two prominent Meccans along with 'A ishah, Muhammad'swidow and the daughter of Abu Bakr, the first caliph, took a leading part. This rebellion, known as the Battle of the Camel (the camel ridden by 'A ishah), was quelled. A second rebellion was on the point of being crushed when its leader, Mu'awiyah, a kinsman of 'Uthman and the governor of Syria, averted defeat by proposing arbitration. 'Ali saw through the stratagem but was forced by his army to accept adjudication, which greatly weakened his position. Soon, moreover, he had to fight some of the very people who who

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'ali Ibn Abi Talib 4Th Muslim Caliph Of Arabia

AdıPeygamber Efendimiz Hz. Muhammed in SeceresiPeygamber Efendimiz Hz. Muhammed in Seceresi
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