Umm Shareek

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Umm Shareek (Arabic: أم شريك‎‎) was a female Companion of Muhammad.

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During the 620s, when Islam was new, the ruling class of Mecca used to torture people who accepted Islam in order to have them renounce their new faith.

Umm Shareek, a lady who accepted Islam, was made to stand under the hot sun for three days and was not allowed to drink water.[1]

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  1. ^ Witness to Truth