Mohamad Baajour – 333 Sunnahs – Entering and Leaving the House

Mohamad Baajour
AI: Summary © The transcript describes the meaning behind the use of "the shaitan" in Islam, including greetings and a reference to "the Shaitan" meaning "the same thing" when entering or leaving houses. The meaning is also discussed, including the use of "the shaitan" in situations where there is no one in the house and the "the sister" meaning "the sister" or "the mother" means "the father."
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Salam Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh as soon as of entering and leaving the house

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when entering your house, it's a sunnah to say Bismillah and give the greetings of Salam, even if there is no one in the house. Allah subhanaw taala said in the closest meaning, but when you enter the houses, greet one another with a greeting from Allah bless it and good

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when you do that, the Shaitan says to the other Shayateen you have no place to stay and no food to eat. When leaving the house, it's a sunnah to say this da Bismillah double kill to Allah Allah wa ala Hola, what are Quwata illa biLlah which means in the Name of Allah, I have placed my trust in Allah. There is no might and no power except by Allah. When we say that the shaitan would move out of our way and says, How can you deal with a man who has been guided, defended and protected?

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Another soul loss I seldom used to say when leaving the house Allahumma in the URL beaker and Avila Odle asila weasel out of Lima over them, our edge Hala, our huge Hello ally, which means Oh Allah, I seek refuge in you that I stray or be led astray, or slip or made to slip or cause injustice or suffer injustice or do wrong or have wrong done to me.

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entering the house is another time Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa sallam used the miswak please share to spread the care

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