Amr b. Abd Allah al-Jundu'i
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|Amr b. Abd Allah al-Jundu'i|
|Native name||عَمرو بن عبداللّه الجُنْدُعی|
|Full Name||Amr b. Abd Allah al-Jundu'i|
|Companion of||Imam al-Hussain|
|Cause ofDeath/Martyrdom||Battle of Karbala|
Amr b. Abd Allah al-Junduʿi was among companion of Imam Hussain who was martyred on the day of Ashura.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Amr b. Abd Allah al-Junduʿi was from Hamdan tribe and joined the army of Imam Hussain.
Martyrdom.[edit | edit source]
There is disagreement over the way Amr b. Abd Allah al-Jundu'i was martyred:
- According to some sources, Amr was martyred in the first attack of the army of Umar b. Sa'd to the companions of Imam Hussain before the day of Ashura .
- In other sources, it is mentioned that Amr fell unconscious due to many wounds he received and a strike at his head and his family took him out of the battlefield, and he passed away one year later. In Ziyara of al-Shuhada, we read, "Peace and greetings be upon the wounded who passed away out of the battlefield."