Timeline of Ali's life
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- 17 March 599 coincided with Thirteenth of Rajab, 24 BH: Birth of Ali ibn Abi Talib in the Ka'ba, in the city of Mecca.
- 610: Ali converted to Islam soon after the first revelation of the Quran.
- 613: Yawm al-Inzar: Muhammad invited the Banu Hashim to Islam; Ali alone accepted his call.
- 617-619: Meccan boycott of the Hashemites
- 619:Year of Sorrow:Death of Abu Talib, Ali's father.
- September 622: Laylat al-mabit: Ali risked his life by sleeping in Muhammad's bed to impersonate him and thwart an assassination plot, so that Muhammad could escape from Mecca in safety and migrate to Medina.
- 622: Ali migrated with his mother, Fatima Zahra, Muhammad's daughter, and two other women.
- 622 or 623:The prophet chose him as his brother.
- 623: Ali married with Fatima Zahra, Muhammad's daughter.
- March 17: Battle of Badr: Ali first distinguished himself as a warrior and killed about 20 to 22 pagans.
- Expulsion of the Bani Qainuqa Jews from Medina.
- 644: Umar, the second Rashidun caliph, was assassinated. Ali was one of the electoral council to choose the third caliph
- 648: Birth of Al-Abbas ibn Ali
- 657:Ali shifted the capital of Rashidun empire from Medina to Kufa in Iraq.
- May–July 657: Battle of Siffin
- 28 January 661 coincided with Twenty-first of Ramadan: Ali dead in Kufa and buried in Najaf two days after he was struck by Abd-al-Rahman ibn Muljam in the Mosque of Kufa.
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