Waleed Basyouni – The Meaning Behing Salaam And Peace

Waleed Basyouni
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In Alhamdulillah hinomoto who want to start you know who want to study he want to start

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when RO billahi min sharoni um fusina women say, Melina Maja de la bufala mobila Who am I? fella? hodja y shadow Allah ilaha illAllah hula hula Sheree Cara. Y shadow a nun Mohammedan Abdullah who are pseudo? Yeah yo holla Deena Amana taco la haka. Takata while at the moon Illa to Muslim moon. Yeah, you have NASA Takara Bakula de Hala camino Silva ada wahala permin has jaha what best Semin humare. Jalan Cathy euro one Isa, what de la la de Luna be he was out of him in a la haka la maratea maraca yeah yo holla Deena de la waku Colin sadita useless American welfare electron do Nova come. What may you clean la hora Sula, who faqad faza fosun alima and burglary by de la for in higher al

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Qaeda McCallum Allah Wa how y'all howdy? Howdy Rasulullah sallallahu alayhi wa alayhi wa sallam will shovel more remote data to her local demo data team bedarra wakulla be the atom la wakulla Allah Allah infinera bat, all praise due to Allah, and his praise and blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his family, his companions and his followers until the day of judgment, and all the prophets and the messengers and their followers. We bear witness that Allah is the only one worthy of fortune, and Muhammad sallallahu alayhi wa sallam, his final and last messenger. My dear brothers and sisters, if we look at the most common words that we use every

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day in our daily life,

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if you will ask any non Muslim even about what is the words that usually we hear from Muslims, usually, the top three, and most of the statistics, mentioning these three words are Shahada time, La ilaha illAllah, Muhammad Rasul Allah, it says, The most common word that Muslim always use and refer to themselves or connected to them, they keep repeating it, the second one would be Bismillah it's a very common word that we use in every day. And the third word will be

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As salam o Alaikum, even not a Muslim when they come to address Muslim and mustards and convention Assalamualaikum. The first thing that you hear that they copy that my talk today about the third one, the word Assalamualaikum, this greeting, which we use it so often, it's one of the most common word that we use in our day, every day and every night. And I have noticed that so many of us have not yet come to learn much about the nature of this grieving. What this grieving really means. What the mean the message behind it, something Islam order you to say it every time that you meet somebody, and you enter to mute your How does your family in the house after you finish your salad,

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and I will come to mention when you should say a Solomonic, but it's something you repeating it every day, so many times. It must be a message behind this greeting. It must be a lesson that Allah and His Messenger sallallahu Sallam want the Muslim Ummah to learn from this greeting. As salam aleikum became like a sign for Muslims, Shia Islam, what the * is a man? It is something so common to hear from every movement a Muslim, male or female. Allah subhanho wa Taala refer to this greeting by saying that he I mean in the law he mubaraka this greeting that you use a Salam or Aleikum, it is from Allah and listened carefully. He said, This greeting you've been giving to

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you've been giving you from Allah mubaraka a blessed greeting. Blessings, it means a lot of good in it. So let's explore in this hotma What is so blessings about this greeting

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What is so special about this word as salaam alaikum because unfortunately, we found that a lot of Muslims in recent days, they start replacing this greeting with other greetings. Other than salaam aleikum, which is will never ever

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give any meanings close to the meanings that are the meanings that we learn from the word, a Solomonic. Why do we say that a ceremony? When you say to somebody Assalamualaikum when I start my speech before the one the brother called, then I said, Assalamualaikum I agreed with you. Why do we do that? Why do we say that? What's the meaning of this? First, when you say I said, Mr. alikum, as salam is Allah Subhana Allah is named as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, in a law who has set up a law, one of his names is a solemn. So when I say a ceremony come, yeah, and I'm saying our last names be upon you.

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Or I greet you with a last name. So uh, last names be upon you a Solomonic and look carefully to the word la come, it's not to you it is upon you. Move Assalamu alaikum As salam or Aleikum, because in Arabic language, it's as well as in English. When you say Allah, it means for all of you cover you all, it will cover all your body and it will basically go to every single part of your body. What that means when they said a last names should be upon you as a person. What that means, what the word Salah means, it means that Allah subhana wa Taala as a name, that Allah subhanaw taala is complete, free from anything evil, free from anything harmful, three, free from anything would be

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considered less than being perfect. Because as Sally Moomin could Linux, the one who's free from any this effect, the one who free from anything negative. So when they say a last names be upon you, at means that since Allah is the complete, I ask him to also complete you and to make you perfect, and to make you free and protected from whatever could be considered negative or evil.

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So I ask Allah to make you under the protection of his name, which is a Salaam, so you will be protected by his name Subhana wattana. Since Allah as the perfect He is the one who can make other perfect since a Salah means the one who have been protected from any negative, protecting from any kind of dis effect. He will also will protect you because of this name from whatever can be considered negative or bad.

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Not only that, also, when you say As salam or Aleikum, you making up not only greeting, it is you asking Allah you praying to the Lord of the whole of the world by saying Oh Allah, I ask you to make him Salim. I ask you to make him protected from whatever can harm him or her. So when you say I said Mr. alikum, I ask Allah to protect you from whatever can harm you in this dunya and in the hereafter. So when you say Assalamu alaykum it means Allah, I ask you to protect such person from whatever can harm him or her in the dunya and in the hereafter. Can you think of how many things can harm your dystonia?

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Can you think of how many things can harm you in your grave? Or in the hereafter? And I'm asking a lot every time I meet you, that Allah protect you from these things. I ask Allah subhana wa Tiana to make sure that you will be perfect. So you will not be ever be affected by any kind of diseases. So you can you will be sick because asylum The one who will be healthy in a good conditions. And this is the prayer that I asked Allah subhanaw taala for you. Every time I see you. It's been said in the old days, Salama La

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la la la la barossa Lambo is far away from his wife.

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So he it was raining. So he said he looked at the rain and he said this very

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famous poet, which is a line he said, Oh rain, carry as much as drugs that talking to the cloud, as much as water in this clouds and drama friends. In this cloud, I asked Salaam to my beloved wife who fought away from me, because this cloud will travel. He said, I want her to be protected from anything can armor as much as the number of the drops of rain in this cloud. And I don't intend to make up for the rain or for the cloud. I intend that this will be carried by cloud to my wife. So a salon it's a form of art that you'd say, That's why when you go to the graveyard, you don't greet the dead, because they don't reply to you. But when you say salam aleikum, Allah de Are you are you

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praying for them to be protected, you're praying for them to be in a good shape. you're praying for them. So whatever is harming or bothering them, or any kind of punishment that they are suffering, that they are ending their grave, this to you asking a lot to protect them from it. It's not to greed them.

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when you say a Salam or Aleikum, they're in a man who has a man.

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If a person who is in a status of war between you and him, let's say that his two armies and one of the enemy came and said a Salam Alikum or you told him as salaam alaikum you have given you him, you are worried that he will be protected from you.

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And you cannot betrayed him, you cannot kill him. You cannot abuse him. You cannot do anything to harm him. It's like a contract, even the word. That's why he became under your Zima under your protections, every time I meet you. And I said Salaam Alaikum. I made a promise that I will not harm you.

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I made a promise that you will not see anything from me. Except what is good. I will not treat you. I will not talk to you. I will not deal you deal with you. With any kind of evilness. You will not see from me anything but what is good, no plotting, no jealous, no envy, no betrayed thing. Nothing like that. What you're going to see as a seller is peace is purity. What you're going to see as a very clear clarity and my intention towards you.

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The herb in the old days, they used to say whenever somebody approached them, they said that was a Billa him and Sheree qualified him. It was a common practice that always I see Intel today some brothers. I see them doing that. Every time the phone ring or somebody comes out oh Billa shala good. Scared from any stranger coming. Islam replaced that fear by giving a positive attitude to the society. Then when you approach Salam aleikum, you always expecting good you should not expect the bad from anybody when you meet that person.

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That's why we said As salam or Aleikum, we don't say in Salam aleykum selam that's why the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam as reported by Abbe de would and tirmidhi

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mean Hadith he Abby Julia Jamie Jamie

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Lj me actually, that he said that the Prophet sallallahu Ala Moana Miriam first time I said alayka Salam ala rasulillah then the prophets of Salaam said don't say alayka Salam

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say assalamu aleikum wa salam alayka rasulillah Assalamu alayka rasulillah. That's Abubakar Allah and he used to say, as Salam amanatullah he fill out as salam. It is a security that Allah sapan it is basically declaring that the person that you are meet is in secure position that you will not harm him. It is basically giving your word to the other person that he will be safe he will be secure as the prophets of Salaam said and Muslim men Solomon Muslim una melissani via the real Muslim is the people the Muslims will be safe from his hand or his tongue, that he will not harm them with anything. I sell them. As I said, means purity. Means clarity. means that you telling the

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person who said Assalamu alaykum in telling him My heart is clean. My heart is pure, my intention is pure. And as if you telling him that everything no matter what happened between us in the past it's already raised just by

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As salam aleikum, one of the early Muslim generations used to say, sometimes I will have something in my heart against my brother. The moment he would say to me as salam or Aleikum, it will erase everything in my heart. Because I know now this is means that our relationship has to be based in clarity, I have to be based impurity based on purity, purity.

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My brothers and sisters, all these meanings come together. I attach a lot of names to you. So, the Baraka, the blessings of this name as salam will be upon you, I make do out for you. I made that count, I make that declaration, the moment I see by saying, you will not should not expect anything from me, but Peace and good. And also I'm telling you, my heart is free from anything evil against you.

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What that mean, what these meanings means to our society as a community. One, whenever you say a salam, a Salam or Aleikum, remember that you mentioned a last name. And that should make you respect this greeting. You should not just say it without realizing the status of it. That's a last name that you mentioned. It's not just any name. Also.

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It means that there is no doubt great lessons and meanings behind this greeting. And before we even go further, I would like to extend my doctor include the word Russia to law, because we say salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah. Imagine not only a Salaam. Now you're saying what law

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was mercy, one of the best quality that he has, he said that my mercy have taken over my anger

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dominate most of the other, actually, most of the other quality that Allah subhanho wa Taala has, so when you say assalamu Aleikum, wa rahmatullah. Yanni, I ask that Allah mercy will be upon you. What that means, when Allah is mercy to be upon you,

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that you will live in good and you will die in good and you will be resurrected in good and you will intergender which is the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala my brothers and sisters, the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam told us they will hammelmann fill out their henkelman wsmr Be merciful with those on Earth. So the one who heavens will be merciful with you reported by a Muslim Rahim Allah, that's also teach us the titling that person, you expect nothing but peace, you expect nothing but mercy from me. Mercy indicate the quality of mercy, that Rama indicate that you are gentle, that you are gentle Rafiq that you are forgiver merciful people are forgiver also mercy it

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means that you are kind. That's why Allah's mercy was referred to in the Quran as Jenna because this is out of kindness, that we reward you and mop out the rain referring the Quran as Allah's mercy because it's out of his kindness. apana what the ANA mercy it means also safe, you cannot be merciful. If people don't save around you. merciful people are people that you can feel safe around them. Also, it means compassion. That's why the prophets are seldom said in the rush mentality. Holla Allah philippou Bill mahat that the mercy that Allah created in the heart of the mothers towards the children's, he called it mercy, that love compassion that you have in your heart, it is

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a mercy. So when you greet somebody with that, you're asking for him to be loved by Allah, to be rewarded by Allah, that Allah will be kind to him that Allah will treat him with kindness and forgiveness and gentleness. And the same for me.

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Not only that,

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you say

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about a cat.

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But the cat the single cat is Baraka, which is originally comes in Arabic land from the word burka Baraka, it means pools, where all the rain gathered in one place in the desert, and basically became a place with a lot of water in it. What do you expect when a lot of water gather in one place in the desert? What would you expect this place looks like,

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full of life full of green. People will move and live around it. And Baraka. It means a lot

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Have good gathered in one place.

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Then not only that Alibaba can means and the lot of good come out of the same place.

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So two things that when you say Baraka, it means a lot of good comes together in one spot, and a lot of good comes out of that spot. So when they say ullas Baraka in you, yeah and a lot of goodwill come on you and a lot of goodwill comes out of you

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as a person,

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which is totally changing the attitude the characteristic of the person when you say a Salam aleikum, wa Rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh Not only that, and Baraka, it means something would remain

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alive I said, No am Rahim. Allah said this greeting

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indicate three things that you're asking for this person that a lot of good happened to him when you say Rahmatullah Allah's mercy upon you Yeah. And whatever you think kindness good, naughty word gentle is from Allah will come to you. Then Not only that, then you see a Salam before that, which is to be protected from anything evil or can prevent you from taking advantage of this Mercy is that Oh, no, you also asking Allah that that we're this situation will remain in this status. That will never change. In order for you to enjoy anything in life the most. You make sure that you have access to it to have it and you make sure there is nothing else will appear to prevent you from

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enjoying it. You know what, I love certain food. But if I got diabetes, I cannot eat this food. I will not benefit from it. Even if I have it. Okay, I'm not diabetic. I have it. I eat it. It's finished tomorrow. I don't have it. I'm not enjoying it anymore. Here. No, you will have what you like, and nothing will prevent you from having it and it will remain with you all the time. I'm asking Allah assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. catcher.

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To bless you with so much good.

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And make sure there is nothing will prevent you from enjoying this good. And I asked him to keep this good with you all the time.

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I don't do this one time.

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I do this all the time when I see you.

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I say this for you, every time I meet you. And every time I depart from you,

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Baraka blessings, a lot of good in and out Baraka in your body. So you want to be healthy, Baraka in your body. So when you're healthy body, you will use this body to do something good. Baraka in your knowledge, so, you will be able to learn that beneficial knowledge, Baraka in your knowledge. So, you will be able to deliver the beneficial knowledge to others, in and out barakah in your wealth, so, you will have access to so many helpful resources, then Baraka in yourself, that you will be able to use it to help so many others Baraka in your family. So, Allah blessed you with the blessings, family, with good wife, good children, then they will be good to others and prevent and

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bring another generations which is will be very blessed as well Baraka in your time. So, you learn and you use it in what is beneficial, then you will have the ability to also exercise and basically give back so much Baraka in your whole entire life.

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Can you compare this

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with I

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can draw

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from suar?

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What's up?

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can you compare this to this?

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To hear me in de la Hey, Mubarak. That's why I would describe it as Baraka in this greeting. Because there's so much in it. You've been ordered to say this, when you finish of salaat. It's a message that is sent to the people in the left and the right, that as a person as a Muslim Lee

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as the one who just finished his prayer, you should not expect anything from me, but always good meanings to the society that the salaat have prepared me to be a person who spread peace and gentleness and mercy and Baraka in the society. You say it, when you meet your friends and you depart from your friend, even when I leave you. Don't expect anything from me to harm you in your absence. When I say you don't expect anything from me, but what is good for you. When you enter your house.

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Ask yourself when I say to my family

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Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. Do you really your wife, your husband, your kids, expect a Salama security, safety, to be free from anything will harm or they would say, Oh, he came, and everybody terrified. And everybody worry that maybe something will come out of your mouth, or some move or physical abuse will happen to really your family. When you go to your family, do you apply the meaning of trauma, mercy inside our houses, with our spouses, with our children's with our parents? Do we really see ourselves blessings and Baraka in our homes? Do we bring a lot of good and we receive a lot of good in our homes.

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If just every couple, look at this greeting and take it as a guidelines in their homes, in the societies, I think our society will not be the same and been ordained for us to say when you enter the masjid. So, when you deal with the community, this is the guidelines.

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Even when you give lectures, when you give a speech,

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this room should reflect upon such messages that we send every day. This every one of us should not just say this greeting every day now, or every time you say it, you should think about the great meanings that that this greeting carry.

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One of the lessons to learn from this greeting as a society and a community that we all should always remember Allah subhana wa tada and always allows names to be mentioned so often, even our greeting we remember and mention his name. Also for a society and community. We need to know that it's very important for society, to live in peace in secure in a secure society. Security is a very important element for any community to be successful to be successful. That's why peace and security and mercy on the sign for this. Chateau de Roma

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in Ibiza Salam said, f shoe seller Medina, come spring Salam among yourselves. That's one of the first words that he said. As Abdullah Hadley Salaam, said, I heard from the prophet SAW Selim, the first thing I heard it from the prophet SAW Selim, when he entered Medina, to establish the society in Medina, based on these great meanings, also, this is means to us as a Muslim Ummah, that even our greeting by chosen by Allah was not chosen by somebody individuales something from a lot of them in in de la greeting from Allah subhana wa to Allah to you. Not only that, this greeting connects us as a Muslim Ummah, to the to the Muslim, live in this word, the life and his heart attached to the ACA,

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every time you say Salaam Alaikum. I want you to know that this is the greeting that you will hear when you enter the gates of Paradise to hear to whom he has said,

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angels, greeting them with the Salam. Allah Himself will greet you with this when you enter agenda. And he would say As salam or Aleikum er Abadi.

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As he said Salam

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salam, aleikum. libitum fed Hulu hardeen A Salam for us as it means it teach us a society that we love good for others. Every time you see somebody says Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. This is not the this is against the greed, that jealous, the hate towards others. That's not how Muslim function. This is not how the society built. it teach me to love good for others. I'm happy when you are good. I'm happy when there is a lot of good happening to you.

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This greeting, also

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very clear, to forbade us from by cutting one another. Turning our back to one another. This greeting is to me, it's actually we've been encouraged to start our brothers and sisters with a setup. So whenever you see somebody and maybe someone said if there's two people have a problem with each other, they don't talk to each other, the best among them. The one who starts with the ceram will have a woman Lydia, Sarah, this greeting teach us to leave

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harshness and being mean or rigid. This is not what this greeting will lead to. This greeting will lead us to be

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Gentle, merciful, kind, nice, soft with each others. I think

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I learned from this. It's very important that we contemplate on things, what we're getting in for granted, something we do every day. But unfortunately, we're not starting thinking about what kind of message that Islam wants to send through this. We just take it for granted as a culture, we don't even reflect upon it. And this is very important for us, as a community aside as individual to go back and to check all these words that we commonly use, what kind of messages that the implies also, when we teach our children from now on assalamu Aleikum when your little boy starter, the girl teaching us and America, make sure that you teach them not only how to say it, and they learn what

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it means, but they will learn what it means mighty brothers, sisters in the community based on these fundamentals, mercy, safety, security, clarity, pure hearts, love for one another. No doubt. It will be an A model, a role model for other communities as well. It will be strong it will be successful. According

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to the law you will come first off you're in a * of a ride.

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Rely on Bill alameen wa Salatu was Salam ala nabina Muhammad Ali he was

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a salaam aleikum wa rahmatullah it's a greeting been ordained for us by Allah subhana wa tada or legislated for us to greet humans,

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not to greet animals.

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Don't be surprised, I have seen people greet animals

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not to greet jinn,

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not to greet angels. Like some people enter an empty house and say Sarah Marie Kumar from Allah.

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Why you say Solomonic, I'm greeting the angels.

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I'm greeting the jinn, the Muslim jinn in the house. So this is actually have no basis in Islam to enter an empty house and to say Salaam Aleykum Selam Aleykum is a greeting pin or dead free to greet the living Muslim brothers and sisters, that you have them around you not to greet angels not to greet jinn not to greet animals or anything like that. There is no harm in Islam to add other greetings after Salam Alikum such as Hi, welcome. Good morning, Francois. Whatever you want to say, after that initial Salam have greeted people other than after salaam aleikum. He said, for example, social Buhari, he said model haben he said marhaba welcome. Also,

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if somebody greeted you with a Salam aleikum, you have to reply to him with similar to what he said that became watch obligatory in you. But it's recommended to do more so if he said or she said, as salaam alaikum warahmatullah Rahmatullah you say wailuku salam alaikum wa Taala wa barakato Salam alikoum yusaku salam, wa Taala somebody Baraka if you want to add, what if somebody said As salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. you reply by saying, what la consola Muhammad rahmatullah wa barakato. There is an aeration also said that you can say woman filetto only in replying but you cannot say it in greeting. You cannot say to somebody when you greet him, as salam aleikum wa

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rahmatullah wa barakato. Among fellow to know you cannot add the word mcphatter only you can add it and reply so you will always have something extra to reply. What? There is another header also the prophets Allah told us when you say a Salam aleikum, you take 200 words, what are hematoma 21 Baraka 230 in one duration said and if you add the filter and the reply, you take 40 but it's a week duration it's a week duration it's a week generations.

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What about giving salame or replying to non Muslims agree anymore Muslim greedy with with a Salam aleikum wa rahmatullah you greet him with the same by saying, Where are they from salam wa rahmatullah. He said, What can you see can see you about a cat because of Allah give him put his mercy and His Salam and his Baraka on him, it will guide him and there is no proof that a person that a person cannot basically reply with something with saying that actually answered whether he to be a hater, if any one greed you very general terms and you

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cannot specify this only to Muslim unless you have a proof. As for the Hadith, that the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said, what are they come? What are they come and say Buhari when they the Jewish, basically greet him. The process of them said why they come because they never agreed him. They were saying a Sam or alikum, not Sam, Sam or Alec used to say it very quick like how in America sometimes we eat some words when we talk, they eat the lamp, this is some icon. So this is a Sam, which is death upon Mohammed. So since he doesn't know what he's saying, he doesn't want to enter the fight. Did you say Sam? Sam, very smart. He got this fight by saying Same to you. So if

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they said a solemn Same to you, if they said death, same to you, I will accept from us and will not accept from them. But as they say clearly As salam aleikum, hear the verse that I just mentioned early tech president and will be the reply. What aliko salam rahmatullah wa barakato can you start greeting him with a Salam Alaikum this is an issue of difference of opinions among the companions. For instance, Massoud used to believe that assalamu aleikum wa rahmatullah also you can start a non Muslim with it by saying as Salam Alikum initiate that and they use the habit and somebody had some have been said that the Prophet sallallahu Sallam have seen a group of Medina among the non Muslim

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and Muslim and he approached them by saying as salaam alaikum to all of them. And they said that the Hadith don't start not some would say as salaam alaikum. It is not a very authentic narration. But it is a sound narration. And that's what led

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to him a lot to come to a conclusion by saying, you don't start them with Assalamualaikum but you can start them with other than assalamu alikum not because discriminations it is because you want to give your brothers and sisters who are so close to you who share with you your belief, extra advantage in greeting than any other person who's far away from you. Also, the prophets of Salaam teach us that As salam, it's a form of taking permission to enter somebody's house. When you call somebody in the phone. A lot of people think it is must when you answer the phone, he said as salaam alaikum. And I think this has no basis in Islam. When you reply, or you think it's a sinner when you

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pick up the phone he says as salaam alaikum as you just receiving the phone call. It makes sense for why's that if you the caller, you start with the setup, but if you are the one who's receiving the phone call, it doesn't make sense to say Assalamualaikum because basically you give Sam when you approach somebody when you approach somebody

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anyway, it is a good habit if you say Alhamdulillah inshallah Allah also one of the things that the prophets of Salaam said whoever start talking to you before greeting you with a salaam aleikum? Don't answer him. It has been narrated civil generation people will talk to some of the early generation they will said we're not going to answer until we say cinematic to remind him and it's a good habit to remind people by saying be gentle and nice to tell them hey, by the way, you forgot to say cinematical also can you greet somebody with hand would not like with the sign language you say like this. A lot of people say that the prophets of Salaam forbade us to give greet somebody and

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assign language without verbally saying it. So let's say in the car somebody outside you say like this, if you say like this, you should say also Assalamualaikum even if he doesn't hear you,

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we are on the hook by cannot ask your question but

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that reason behind this because cinematic can you learn now it is a form of drag

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and drop can be in his present or in his absence and her present or her absence also you can give Salaam to the people even if they are praying and the signature apply by moving your hand and answering them Can you give Salaam to a brother or a sister opposite gender if it is in public place and there is nothing at no bad intention which it should be because he talked about a Salaam free of any evil. It will be allowed under Rule apply to both some restrictions on young men or young woman. They don't greet each other just because of the fitna but there is no proof for that as long as it is in public place or

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basically in group l handle if somebody don't feel comfortable with starting the salon as soon as any Why is starting the salon as soon anyway, it is not allowed

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Not to give your brother Salam not to greet him because of personal problem between you and him or you and her more than three days after three days it's forbidden to buy cut him or her by not giving them Sam my brothers and sisters this greetings is a lot of means. No pain Rahim Allah have wrote more than 300

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masala benefits of the word As salam aleikum wa rahmatullah wa barakato. I tried to sum up some of his work, and just hope what do you today and I really want us all of us after this hotma that every time we walk in our home, we greet somebody, we write to somebody, when we say Salaam Alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh that we respect this word, respect the meanings that this work carried. May Allah Subhana Allah I know you're coming in with

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