The First Martyrs Of Islam: Sumayya Bint Khubat And Yasir

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Kaleef K. Karim

The early converts to Islam faced a lot of persecution as a result of them abandoning their polytheistic beliefs. The tortures they went through at the hands of the Quraysh polytheists was relentless. The first Muslims to be murdered for merely converting to the new faith of Islam, was Ammar Ibn Yasir’s mother, Summayya bint Khayyat (Khubat). Ammar’s father, Yasir also met the same faith as his wife, Sumayyah, both cold-bloody murdered by the Quraysh polytheists for accepting the new faith of Islam. Below are some of the earliest reports on how Yasir and Sumayyah were murdered.

Note: There were other Muslims murdered too in the Makkan period by the polytheists. This has been alluded too in a number of classical sources.

Ibn Ishaq (704 – 768 AD):

“The B. Makhzum used to take out Ammar b. Yasir with his father and mother, who were Muslims, in…

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8 replies

  1. Moses said Thou Shalt not Kill.

    Did Mohammed ever say that?

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    • LOL, are you serious Ignoramus?

      Hmmm, let’s see…the commandment was “thou shalt not kill”…and then…Moses allegedly killed everyone on the hit-list!

      Do you enjoy getting humiliated? I see you ran away from the other thread after failing to defend your position, so now you come here and say something utterly stupid?

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    • “Take not life, which Allah hath made sacred, except by way of justice and law: thus doth He command you, that ye may learn wisdom” (6:151).

      “Those who invoke not, with Allah, any other god, nor slay such life as Allah has made sacred except for just cause, nor commit fornication, and any that does this (not only) meets punishment” (Quran, 25:68).

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  2. You just asserted something without any proof. Why should I take the trouble to respond?

    Moses killed as an instrument of God’s judgement on the ethical behaviour of a certain tribe, not because he was a delusional megalomaniac.

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    • Can you prove moses killed as an instrument of God judgement and was not a delusional megalomaniac?

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    • Lol, ignoramus has to be one of the dumbest apologists I have ever met!

      The irony is that you just asserted something without any proof. Go figure…

      The point is though that saying “thou shalt not kill” seems meaningless…when you end up killing thousands of people. This is why Christianity is an utterly bankrupt religion.

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    • god’s judgement on the ethical behaviour of a certain tribe!!!!! who they are today????

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  3. OMG!
    I almost swear by God that you’re in denial. You know what you wrote is irrelevant. We have nothing to do with your misinterpretation for the texts in your bible. Why do you do that , Ken?
    Moreover, all my points, which you have not dealt with any, are based on (your answer).

    It’s a very old christian tactic, btw. When christians got cornered, they always avoid the main points to scatter the opponents. However, the reality is that they avoid the truth which eats their falsehood. You can’t stand the truth when it comes.

    Explain how my example is a different parallel?
    Jesus is a man for the jews by default, so when you say Jesus should have said “I am not good; I am only a man; only God the Father is inherently good” to deny his alleged divinity, that means you assume Jesus for the jews is God by default, which is very dumb idea to have.
    Also, I challenge you to give us one reason why we cannot have the same conclusion when Jesus said “But about that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father” ?

    If you think asking your fellow in the church to provide an evidence to prove that he is not a potato is very stupid, then try to be in our shoes when christians say Jesus said to a jewish man in the first century
    ” Why do you call me good?” , “No one is good—except God alone”? is an evidence for Jesus’ deity!

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