Template:Muhammad timeline in Mecca

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Timeline of Muhammad's Life
Important dates and locations in the life of Muhammad
c. 569 Death of his father, Abdullah
570 Date of birth:Monday 12 Rabi al Awal in the ancient (intercalated) Arabic calendar (2 June): in Mecca Arabia[1][2][3][4]
c. 576 Death of his mother, Amina
c. 583 his grandfather transfers him to Syria
c. 595 Meets and marries Khadijah
597 Birth of Zainab, his first daughter, followed by: Ruqayyah, Umm Kulthum, and Fatima Zahra
610 Qur'anic revelation begins in the Cave of Hira on the Jabaal an Nur the "Mountain of Light" near Mecca
610 At 40 years old Angel Jebreel (Gabriel) said to appear to him on the mountain and call him: The Prophet of Allah
610 Begins in private to gather followers in Mecca
c. 613 Begins spreading message of Islam publicly to all Meccans
c. 614 Heavy persecution of Muslims begins
c. 615 Emigration of a group of Muslims to Ethiopia
616 Banu Hashim clan boycott begins
619 The year of sorrows: Khadija (his wife) and Abu Talib (his uncle) die
619 Banu Hashim clan boycott ends
c. 620 Isra and Mi'raj (reported ascension to heaven to meet God)
622 Hijra, emigration to Medina (called Yathrib)
623 Battle of Badr
624 Battle of Uhud
627 Battle of the Trench (also known as the siege of Medina)
628 The Meccan tribe of Quraysh and the Muslim community in Medina signed a 10-year truce called the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah
629 Conquest of Mecca
632 Farewell pilgrimage and death, in what is now Saudi Arabia
  1. ^ Sayyid Ali Ashgar Razwy. "The Birth of Muhammad and the Early Years of his Life". Retrieved 3 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Muhammad Husayn Haykal (2008). The Life of Muhammad. Petaling Jaya. p. 52. Retrieved 3 January 2016. 
  3. ^ As-Sallaabee, Dr 'Ali Muhammad. "The Noble Life of the Prophet". pp. 76,82. Retrieved 3 January 2016. 
  4. ^ Carimokam, Sahaja (2010). Muhammad and the People of the Book. Bloomington, Indiana. p. 17. ISBN 978-1-4535-3784-8.