About this episode

In this video relating to the Prophet's ﷺ early childhood, we are acquainted with a plethora of credible and authentic information by Shaykh Yasir Qadhi.

The first topic for discussion comes at the custom of the elite of the Quraysh to give their child away to be raised. Why was this done? How was it beneficial and what did they want to imbibe and inculcate in their offspring? We find answers to these pertinent questions with utmost ease.

Also discussed at length is the famous and most mind boggling incident of Shaqqu’s-Sadr - The splitting open of the heart. What is the  spiritual aspect of the above incident?

What did our Prophet ﷺ not have a luxurious and affluent childhood as opposed to living the life of an orphan? Why were such trials and tribulations meted out on our Prophet ﷺ? What is the wisdom of Allah SWT behind this?

Get your most bewildering questions answered by Shaykh Yasir in the wake of authentic facts.


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