Hadhrat Ammaar (Radhiyallaho anho) and His Parents:
Hadhrat Ammaar (Radhiyallaho anho) and his parents were also subjected to the severest afflictions. They were tormented on the scorching sands of Mecca. The Prophet (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam) while passing by them would enjoin patience giving them glad tidings about paradise. Ammaar's father Yasir (Radhiyallaho anho) died after prolonged sufferings at the hands of persecutors, and his mother Sumayya (Radhiyallaho anha) was killed by Abu Jahl, who put his spear through the most private part of her body, causing her death. She had refused to renounce Islam in the face of terrible torture in her old age. The blessed lady was the first to meet martyrdom in the cause of Islam. The first mosque in Islam was built by Ammaar (Radhiyal-laho anho).
When the Prophet (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam) emigrated to Madinah, Ammaar (Radhiyallaho anho] offered to build a structure for him where he could sit, take rest in the afternoon, and say his Salaat under its roof. He first collected the stones and then built the musjid in Quba. He fought against the enemies of Islam with great zeal and courage. Once he was fighting in a battle when he said rejoicingly:
"I am to meet my friends very soon, I am to meet Muhammad (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam] and his companions."
He then asked for water. He was offered some milk. He took it and said:
"I heard the Prophet (Sallallaho alaihe wasallam) saying to me, *'Milk shall be the last drink of your worldly life."
He then fought till he met his coveted end. He was then aged about ninety-four.