Persecution of Muslims by Meccans
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- 1 Overview
- 2 Migration age
- 3 Post Migration age and response
- 4 List of Specific Recorded Instances
- 5 References
Muhammad was protected somewhat by the influence of his family. Abu Lahab's wife Umm Jamil would regularly dump filth outside his door. An eyewitness mentioned that the worst thing he ever saw the Quraish doing to Muhammad was that a person from Quraish clutched his clothes.
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In 6 BH (616 CE) almost one hundred Muslims made a second migration back to Abyssinia where they stayed protected. After the Muslims in Arabia had migrated to Medina in AH 7 (628/629) and attained security, the Muslims in Abyssinia migrated back to Arabia and reunited with them in Medina  after six years absence.
Post Migration age and response
Invasion of Safwan
Muhammad ordered an attack to pursue Kurz bin Jabir Al-Fihri.
Invasion of Sawiq
List of Specific Recorded Instances
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Slaves who were Muslims
- Abu Fakih – tied and dragged on burning sand, had a very heavy stone put on his chest 
- Ammar ibn Yasir – tortured.[unreliable source?][better source needed]
- Al-Nahdiah – tortured [unreliable source?][better source needed]
- Umm Ubays – tortured 
- Lubaynah– extensively beaten 
- Zinnira – beaten until she lost her eyesight temporarily.
- Umm Kulthum bint Muhammad – was divorced on orders of Abu Lahab [unreliable source?][better source needed]
- Ruqayyah bint Muhammad – was divorced on orders of Abu Lahab 
- Sa'd ibn Ubadah – tortured and almost killed.[dead link]
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