In this infographic you will have a quick glance at the life of lady Fatima (AS), the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH&HP) and the wife of Imam Ali (AS). She is considered as one of the most revered women in Islam:
28 March, 615 AD Lady Fatima (AS) was born five years after Muhammad’s (PBUH&HP) prophetic mission (Be' that).
615 -618 AD she exposed to the harsh financial and social sanctions in the Shi'b Abi Talib.
22 April 620 AD she lost her mother, lady Khadija (AS), at the age of five.
622 AD Accompanied with other ladies and Imam Ali (AS) migrated from Mecca to Medina.
September 623 AD Married to Imam Ali (AS), Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH&HP) cousin.
1 March 625 AD Her first son, Imam Hasan (AS), was born.
23 March 625 AD Her presence in place of Battle of Uhud to take care of Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH&HP) wounds.
8 January 626 AD Her second son, Imam Hussain (AS), was born.
22 September 627 AD Birth of Lady Zaynab (AS).
14 April 629 AD Fadak, a village in Hijaz, which was conquered by Muslims after the Battle of Khaybar, was given to her by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH&HP)
630 AD Birth of Umm Kulthum (AS), her second daughter.
25 May 632 AD she lost her dear father, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH&HP)
June 632 AD Usurpation of Fadak by the government of the time which made her deliver a Sermon in al-Masjid al-Nabawi known as Fadakiyya Sermon
June 632 AD Being faced with severe mental tribulations and distressed with the present situation after the demise of the Prophet (PBUH&HP), Imam Ali (AS) built her a place in the outskirts of Medina to mourn and grieve for her deceased father, called Bayt al-ahzan (the house of sorrows).
July 632 AD Attack to her house, burning its door which wounded her severely and killed her unborn baby through a miscarriage
26 August 632 AD Becoming fatally ill after the attack, she was sadly martyred in a few days and buried secretly at night by her own will.