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Asalamu alaikum

When you have a moment, please read this reminder:- When Islam came, Allah prescribed that the manner of greeting among Muslims is ^Al-salaamu alaykum, and that this greeting should only be used among Muslims and not for other nations.

The meaning of salaam (literally, peace) is harmlessness, safety and protection from evil and from faults.

The name al-Salaam is a Name of Allah, may He be exalted, so the meaning of the greeting of salaam which is required among Muslims is, "May the blessing of His Name descend upon you." The usage of the preposition 'ala in 'alaykum (upon you) indicates that the greeting is inclusive. Ibn al-Qayyim said in Badaa'i' al-Fawaa'id (144): "Allaah, the Sovereign, the Most Holy, the Peace, prescribed that the greeting among the people of Islam should be "al-salaamu 'alaykum", which is better than all the greetings of other nations which include impossible ideas or lies, such as saying, "May you live for a thousand years," or things that are not accurate, such as "An'im sabaahan (Good morning),' or actions that are not right, such as prostrating in greeting. Thus the greeting of salaam is better than all something good. Keeping safe from evil takes precedence over getting something good "The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) made spreading salaam a partof faith. Al-Bukhaari (12, 28 and 6236), Muslim (39), Ahmad (2/169), Abu Dawood (5494), al-Nisaa'i, (8/107) and Ibn Hibbaan (505) narrated from Abd-Allaah ibn Umar that a man asked the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him): 'What is the best thing in Islam?' He said, 'Feeding others and giving the greeting of salaam to those whom you know and those whom you do not know. 'Ibn Hajar said in al-Fath 'i.e., do not single out anybody out of arrogance or to impress them, but do it to honour the symbols of Islam and to foster Islamic brotherhood.' Ibn Rajab said in al-Fath (1/43): 'The hadeeth makes the connection between feeding othersand spreading salaam because this combines good actions in both word and deed, which isperfect good treatment (ihsaan). Indeed, this is the best thing that you can do in Islam after the obligatory duties.' Al-Sanoosi said in Ikmaal al-Mu'allim (1/244):' What is meant by salaam is the greeting between people, which sows seeds of love and friendship in their hearts, as does giving food.

There may be some weakness in the heart of one of them, which is dispelled when he is greeted, or there may be some hostility, which is turned to friendship by the greeting. 'Al-Qaadi said in Ikmaal words and deeds. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) urged the Muslims to foster love between one another by exchanging gifts and food, and by spreading salaam, and he forbade the opposite, namely forsaking one another, turning away from one another, spying on one another, seeking out information about one another, stirring up trouble and being two faced. Love is one of the duties of Islam and one of the pillars of the Islamic system.
One should give salaams to those whom one knows and those whom one does not know, out of sincerity towards Allaah; one should not try to impress other people by giving salaams only to those whom one knows and no-one else. This also entails an attitude of humility and spreading the symbols of this ummah through the word of salaam. 'Thus the Prophet(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) explained that this salaam spreads love and brotherhood. Muslim(54), Ahmad (2/391), and al-Tirmidhi (2513) narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:'You will not enter Paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love one another. Shall I not tell you about something which, if you do it, you will love one another? Spread salaamamongst yourselves.'Al-Qaadi Ayaad said in al-Ikmaal (1/304): 'This is urging us to spread salaam, as mentioned above, among those whom weknow and those whom their distinctive symbols and spread a feeling of security amongst themselves. This is the meaning of Islam.'It is clear that it is obligatory to say salaam and return salaams, because by doing so a Muslim is giving you safety and you have to give him safety in return. It is as if he is saying to you, 'I am giving you safety and security,' so you have to give him the same, so that he does not get suspicious or think that the one to whom he has given salaam is betraying him or ignoring him. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) told us that if Muslims are ignoring or forsaking one another, this will be put to an end when one of them gives salaam. Al-Bukhaari (6233) reported that Abu Ayyoob (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: 'The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: 'It is not May Allah give us guidance and strengthen us in Iman and Love of one another:) Wassalamu alaikum,
Asalamu alaikum
When you have a moment, please read this reminder:---When Islam came, Allaah prescribed that the manner of greeting the manner of greeting among Muslims is ^ÓAl-salaamu alaykum,and that this greeting should only be used among Muslims and not for other nations. The meaning of salaam (literally, peace) is harmlessness, safety and protection from evil and from faults. The name al-Salaam is a Name of Allaah, may Hebe exalted, so the meaning of the greetingof salaam which is required among Muslimsis, "May the blessing of His Name descend upon you." The usage of the preposition 'ala in 'alaykum (upon you) indicates that the greeting is inclusive.Ibn al-Qayyim said in Badaa'i' al-Fawaa'id (144): "Allaah, the Sovereign, the Most Holy, the Peace, prescribed that the greeting among the people of Islam should be "al-salaamu 'alaykum", which is better than all the greetings of other nations which include impossible ideas or lies, such as saying, "May you live for a thousand years," or things that are not accurate, such as "An'im sabaahan (Good morning),' or actions that are not right, such as prostrating in greeting. Thus the greeting of salaam is better than all something good. Keeping safe from evil takes precedence over getting something good"The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) made spreading salaam a partof faith. Al-Bukhaari (12, 28 and 6236), Muslim (39), Ahmad (2/169), Abu Dawood (5494), al-Nisaa'i, (8/107) and Ibn Hibbaan (505) narrated from Abd-Allaah ibn Umar that a man asked the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him): 'What is the best thing in Islam?' He said, 'Feeding others and giving the greeting of salaam to those whom you know and those whom you do not know.'Ibn Hajar said in al-Fath 'i.e., do not single out anybody out of arrogance or to impress them, but do it to honour the symbols of Islam and to foster Islamic brotherhood.' IbnRajab said in al-Fath (1/43): 'The hadeeth makes the connection between feeding othersand spreading salaam because this combines good actions in both word and deed, which isperfect good treatment(ihsaan). Indeed, this is the best thing that you can do in Islam after the obligatory duties.' Al-Sanoosi said in Ikmaal al-Mu'allim (1/244):'What is meant by salaam is the greeting between people, which sows seeds of love and friendship in their hearts, as does giving food. There may be some weakness in the heart of one of them, which is dispelled when he is greeted, or there may be some hostility, which is turned to friendship by the greeting.'Al-Qaadi said in Ikmaal words and deeds. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) urged the Muslims to foster love between one another by exchanging gifts and food, and by spreading salaam, and he forbade the opposite, namely forsaking one another, turning away from one another, spying on one another, seeking out information about one another, stirring up trouble and being two faced.Love is one of the duties of Islam and one of the pillars of the Islamic system. One should give salaams to those whom one knowsand those whom one does not know, out of sincerity towards Allaah; one should not try to impress other people by giving salaams only to those whom one knows and no-one else. This also entails an attitude of humility and spreading the symbols of this ummah through the word of salaam.'Thus the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) explained that this salaam spreads love and brotherhood. Muslim(54), Ahmad (2/391), and al-Tirmidhi (2513) narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah bepleased with him) that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:'You will not enter Paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love one another. Shall I not tell you about something which, if you do it, you will love one another? Spread salaamamongst yourselves.'Al-Qaadi Ayaad said in al-Ikmaal (1/304):'This is urging us to spread salaam, as mentioned above, among those whom weknow and those whom their distinctive symbolsand spread a feeling of security amongst themselves. This is the m
Asalamu alaikum
When you have a moment, please read this reminder:---When Islam came, Allaah prescribed that the manner of greeting the manner of greeting among Muslims is ^ÓAl-salaamu alaykum,and that this greeting should only be used among Muslims and not for other nations. The meaning of salaam (literally, peace) is harmlessness, safety and protection from evil and
Asalamu alaikum

When you have a moment, please read this reminder:---When Islam came, Allaah prescribed that the manner of greeting the manner of greeting among Muslims is ^ÓAl-salaamu alaykum,and that this greeting should only be used among Muslims and not for other nations. The meaning of salaam (literally, peace) is harmlessness, safety and protection from evil and from faults. The name al-Salaam is a Name of Allaah, may Hebe exalted, so the meaning of the greetingof salaam which is required among Muslimsis, "May the blessing of His Name descend upon you." The usage of the preposition 'ala in 'alaykum (upon you) indicates that the greeting is inclusive.Ibn al-Qayyim said in Badaa'i' al-Fawaa'id (144): "Allaah, the Sovereign, the Most Holy, the Peace, prescribed that the greeting among the people of Islam should be "al-salaamu 'alaykum", which is better than all the greetings of other nations which include impossible ideas or lies, such as saying, "May you live for a thousand years," or things that are not accurate, such as "An'im sabaahan (Good morning),' or actions that are not right, such as prostrating in greeting. Thus the greeting of salaam is better than all something good. Keeping safe from evil takes precedence over getting something good"The Prophet (peace and ...


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