Islamic Timeline

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In History
  • Nov 8, 610

    Gabriel speaks to Mhuammad

    Gabriel speaks to Mhuammad
    Mhuammad had spoken to Gabriel near mecca while he was meditating. The Angel Gabriel had told him that God was calling him to be the messager of his voice. He accepted the call by the help of his wife Khadija, which was the first person to covert. Then he began to spreading Islam.
  • Nov 11, 622

    Muhammad's Hijra

    Muhammad's Hijra
    Muhammad's Hijra was a journey were he lerft Mecca to go to Yathrib. Later on, He went to Yathrib to spread his faith and welcomed everyone.
  • Jun 8, 632

    Muhammad's Death

    Muhammad's Death
    Muhammad had died unexpectedly without naming a succor.
  • Nov 11, 632

    Sunni and Shia Split

    Sunni and Shia Split
    Sunnis and Shia separation is present today. This happened because religion practices and laws. They both believed in the same God, and used the Quran for guidance, and they also both followed the 5 pillars of Islam. Conflict other took them. Still violence in the Middle East today.
  • Nov 11, 830

    House Of Wisdom

    House Of Wisdom
    The way things started to change was because of The House of Wisdom. It is a library and university in Baghdad. Many different professors would come and share ideas, cultures, and translations. The house of wisdom held great works of the classical world and translated them into Arabic. This included the Qur’an.
  • Nov 11, 850

    Fall of the Abbasids

    Fall of the Abbasids
    The dynasty lasted 500 years. Long before the Abbasid Caliphate was officially destroyed, it had ceased to have real power. There were many causes of the fall, but probably the main one was a failure to find a good solution to the difficult problem of holding together a very large empire, it soon became weak lie the other empires.
  • Nov 11, 1095

    First Crusade

    First Crusade
    The Turks went to Asia from the middle east. Turk ruled Baghdad, he pushed into the Asia Minor wee he was a greater threat to the Byzantine Empire. The byzantine empire, like other empires, had a weak military and started to fall. The first Crusade was caused by the prevention of Christians to travel to Jerusalem. They did not tolerate Christians and also did not want expand their region.
  • Period:
    Nov 11, 632
    to
    Nov 11, 661

    Abu-Bakr Rule

    Muhammad's successors was Abu-Bakr. Abu-Bakr was Muhammad's father-in-law and later named successor but the Sunnis did not agree with that. The Shia had agreed. Ali was the leader if the Shia group and he was named successor because a group believed that Muhammad designated for his son-in-law had the same blood of Muhammad himself. After Ali died a new Umayyad dynasty arose.
  • Period:
    Nov 11, 661
    to
    Nov 11, 750

    Umayyad Dynasty

    The Umayyad dynasty was done after Ali's death were the Sunnis took over They planned to kill Ali then take over and build a new empire. Their rule expanded the spread of Islam and to the Muslim Civilization. The Umayyad Dynasty ruled for about 90 years.
  • Period:
    Oct 11, 770
    to
    Oct 11, 1258

    Rise of Abbisids

    The Abbasids rose in the year 750 for the Umayyad dynasty, by making unity with many groups. This included the Shia, who liked the fact that the Abbasids, unlike the Umayyad. And the sunset which they also like Abbasid ideas.
  • Period:
    Nov 11, 1258
    to
    Nov 11, 1492

    Abbasids Move the Capital of Islamic Empire

    Abbasid Kilafah was the only surviving member of the Umayyad Dynasty. When he left it he had fled to Spain and established a capital. He made sure learning grew and expanded even more to create the capital even lager then it was.