at least did not consider Uthman a just ruler.
During the reign of Ali, she wanted to avenge Uthman's death, which she attempted to do in the Battle of the Camel.
In 650 during pilgrimage, he confronted Uthman with reproaches for his change of the prayer ritual.
Ali rejected the third condition while Uthman accepted it.
Uthman's assassination meant that rebels had to select a new caliph.
Although pledging allegiance to Uthman, Ali disagreed with some of his policies.
There is controversy among historians about the relationship between Ali and Uthman.
Uthman was assassinated in 656.
At this time,'Ali had acted as a restraining influence on Uthman without directly opposing him.
The Umayyads, kinsmen of Uthman, fled to the Levant,
Under the first three caliphs Abu Bakr, Umar, and Uthman, Medina was the capital of a rapidly increasing Muslim Empire.
Ali had acted as a restraining influence on Uthman without directly opposing him.
In particular, he clashed with Uthman on the question of religious law.
Uthman ibn Affan advised that the amount should
The order of this text differed from that gathered later during Uthman's era in that this version had been collected in chronological order.
Umar, and Uthman who pledged allegiance to Ali.
During the period of Uthman, the third caliph,
but most of the electors supported Uthman and Ali was reluctantly urged to accept him.
Abdallah and Uthman, the four sons born to Fatima binte Hizam;
and the future Caliph Uthman stayed behind to care for his sick wife Ruqayyah,
Ibn Abi Sarh had been granted protection under Uthman ibn Affan
and then Uthman ibn Affan and so on.
He conveyed to Uthman the criticisms of other Companions
Nevertheless, Marwan, who was a cousin of Uthman, was unconvinced,
Some others, who are known as party of Ali, believed Uthman had fallen into error,