torturing Summayah and Yasir to death by Abu jahl is mentioned in ibn ishaq's biography of Mohammed.<quoted text>
Strangely this isn't mentioned in the Quran or hadiths yet as the first martyrs they should be.
And the sentence for apostasy in Islam is still death.
the sentence for apostasy in Islam is not always death as I told you each case has its different circumstances, and anyways the sentence of apostasy in Islam can only be applied under proper sharia law where one can easily see the beauty of Islam, because its all connected, not to mention that under sharia law all people are equally partners in pasture, water and fire (oil and gas).
so I wouldn't mind if that infidel Abu Jahl offered such rights to the family of Yasir and applied the economical, judicial, personal and political systems before torturing them to death, and by the way I am quite certain that there isn't any kind of law regarding anything from Al Lat ,Al Uzza and the bunch of idols Quraysh used to worship.
thus the comparison of the penalty of apostasy in Islam and Quraysh is irrelevant, or maybe you just want to start a discussion about the penalty of apostasy in Islam in that case I can only tell you throughout recorded human history, treachery and betrayal have been considered as hideous crimes and the penalty of such crime is death in most of the countries all over the world.