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Hadith on the ProphetPutting His Tongue in Hasan’s Mouth

“It is related that Abu Hurayra said, “I never see al-Hasan without my eyes overflowing with tears. That is because the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, went out one day and I found him in the mosque. He took my hand and I went along with him. He did not speak to me until we reached the market of Banu Qaynuqa’. He walked around it and looked. Then he left and I left with him until we reached the mosque. He sat down and wrapped himself in his garment. Then he said, ‘Where is the little one? Call the little one to me.’ Hasan came running and jumped into his lap. Then he put his hand in his beard. Then the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, opened his mouth and put his…

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  1. The following narration makes above event contextually clear:

    Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, heard Hasan and Hussein crying while they were with their mother, so he hurried to them and he said:

    What is the matter with my boys?

    Their mother said:

    It is thirst.

    The Prophet went to the source of water but at that time water was scarce. The Prophet called out:

    Does anyone have any water?

    But no one had any water, so the Prophet said to their mother:

    Bring me one of them.

    Abu Huraira said:

    He massaged his tongue and moistened it until he calmed down.

    Source: al-Mu’jam al-Kabīr 2588, Grade: Hasan

    This tradition was declared reliable by Al-Haythami in Majma’ al-Zawā’id 9/183 and by Ash-Shawkani in Darr al-Saḥābah 242.

    https://abuaminaelias.com/sucking-the-tongues-of-children/

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    • “it was the practice of Arabs who lived in the dry desert climate to moisten the lips and mouth of a child who was suffering from thirst. If a child had parched lips or dry mouth and water was scarce, they could be relieved by sharing saliva. This was something practical and necessary in the tough climate in which they lived.”( Source quoted above post)

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