The Election of Uthman

The Election Of Uthman

Family

Father Affan ibn Abu al-As
Mother Urwa bint Kariz
Brother(s) -
Sister(s) Amna
Spouse(s) • Ruqayyah
• Umm Kulthum
• Naila
• Ramla bint Shuibat
• Fatima bint Al-Walid
• Fakhtah bint Ghazwan
• Umm Al-Banin
• Umm Amr
Son(s) • Amro (عمرو)
Umar (عمر)
• Khalid (خالد)
Aban (أبان)
• Abdullah Al-Asghar
(عبد الله الأصغر)
• Al-Walid (الوليد)
• Saeed (سعيد)
• Abdulmalik (عبدالملك)
Daughter(s) • Maryam (مريم)
• Umm Uthman (أم عثمان)
• Ayesha (عائشة)
• Umm Amr (أم عمرو)
• Umm Aban Al-Kabri
(أم أبان الکبرى)
• Aurvi (أروى)
• Umm Khalid (أم خالد)
• Umm Aban Al-Sagri
(أم أبان الصغرى)
Genealogy Family tree of Uthman
Descendants Ghani Reign

11 November 644 – 17 July 656

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Uthman ibn Affan, the third caliph, was chosen by a council meeting in Medina, in northwestern Arabia, in AH 23 (643/644).

The second caliph, Umar ibn al-Khattab, was stabbed by an angry Persian slave named Feroz. Mindful of the tumults that had occurred after the death of Muhammad (see Succession to Muhammad), on his deathbed Umar appointed a committee of six men, to choose a new leader.

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