In one of his books, Chashma-e-Ma‘rifat, the Promised Messiah (as) has quoted some extracts from the biography of the Holy Prophet (sa), written by a Hindu, Parkash Devji. The Promised Messiah (as) advised his Jamaat to buy this book and read it as it was written by a non-Muslim.
(Chashma-e-Ma‘rifat, Ruhani Khazain, Vol. 23, p. 255)
Following this, the Promised Messiah (as) said that he was going to include some of the passages of the Brahamu Sahib to give an overview of the book. The Promised Messiah (as) wrote [quoting from the book of Parkash Devji], “The Holy Prophet (sa) endured the cruelties that were inflicted upon him however he could, but it was unbearable for him to see his companions suffering.”
The Holy Prophet (sa) was able to endure the cruelties that were inflicted upon him. However, the sufferings of his companions caused him great pain and “…he would become restless. Severe cruelties were inflicted upon these poor believers. They would capture these poor people, take them into the jungle, take off their clothes, lay them down on the burning sand and place rocks on their chests. Their tongues would hang from out of their mouths as a result of the suffering in the burning heat and being subdued by the weight. Many lost their lives due to this torture. One person among these victims was Ammar, who demonstrated great courage and patience in the face of these cruelties. In fact, one should say Hazrat Ammar.”
The Promised Messiah (as) further states, “He was tied, laid down on the rugged floor, rocks were placed on his chest and he was instructed to insult the Holy Prophet (sa). They treated his elderly father in the same manner and his poor wife, whose name was Sumaiyyah, was unable to bear this torture. She uttered a humble prayer as a result of which the clothes of this innocent and faithful lady, whose husband and son were tortured before her eyes, were removed and she was tortured in an utmost shameless manner, that even to describe it one feels ashamed. In the end, this faithful lady suffered severely as a result of this torture and passed away.”
(Swanih Umri Hazrat Muhammad, quoted in Chashma-e-Ma‘rifat, Ruhani Khazai, Vol.23, p. 258).
This is the passage quoted by the Promised Messiah (as) from the book of this Hindu as an overview of the book he penned about the life of the Holy Prophet (sa) and his Companions.