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Salam Guyz n galz
Posted 13 Mar 2005

guest. says
WSALAM!

kia haal hai app ka??
Posted 13 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ says
moi fine wat abt u .. kash :)
Posted 13 Mar 2005

guest. says
ALLAH ka shukar hai..ek dam theek hein
Posted 13 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ says
dats nice .. n wat abt other fellaz
Posted 13 Mar 2005

guest. says
jin ka hamay pata hai woh ek dam theek thaak hein

or jin ka hamay nahin pata..woh hum kaisay bata saktay hein


wht abt u!...whts up!!..howz life??
Posted 13 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ says
life is same .. bus na janey apni bhi khaber kuch nahi hai aab hum ko
Posted 13 Mar 2005

guest. says
kyun nahin hai

ek acha sa shair ho jay!...itnay arsay baad app aayein hein

request hai
Posted 13 Mar 2005

Ashii says
ws salam



yeh kaun hai
Posted 13 Mar 2005

guest. says
pata hai kafi arsay baad aayein hein!
wc karo bilbatori!
moun na banao
Posted 13 Mar 2005

SALL said:

ws salam



yeh kaun hai



wsalaam means tum par lanat ho..say properly
Posted 13 Mar 2005







Posted 13 Mar 2005

Fairl_Girl says
ws
Posted 14 Mar 2005

Bazigaar says
kuch samajh nahi lagi
Posted 14 Mar 2005

Bazigaar says
kiyon nahi ana
Posted 14 Mar 2005

lol
Posted 14 Mar 2005

joker says
wa salam and salam how are you
Posted 14 Mar 2005

Ashii says
kash_beauty said:

pata hai kafi arsay baad aayein hein!
wc karo bilbatori!
moun na banao


arey nahi nahi mu nahi banaya
hum soch rahe the k yeh akhir hein kaun,,
dekhi dekhi surat hai
Posted 14 Mar 2005

Ashii says
shahrukh khan said:

SALL said:

ws salam



yeh kaun hai



wsalaam means tum par lanat ho..say properly

kya na yarrr,,
phir tum heran hote ho k me tumhein saru kyun kehti hu


araam se keh dete k 'ws salam' nahi kaho balke poora kaho
""ws salam means tum pe lanat""
kya naaaa,, hadd ho gai bewakooofi ki


ab kal ko kaho ge SALAM ka matlab bhi kuch galt hai
Posted 14 Mar 2005

Ashii says
frangi bawwaaaaaaaa..
ohh humein yaad aa gaya,,,,



yeh koi baat nahi hui,, bass 1 post
aap k mu pe taala laga ho to aap pehchane nahi jaate
hamara koi kasoor nahi
Posted 14 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ said:

Salam Guyz n galz

wa alaikum assalam
h r u fragi
Posted 14 Mar 2005

WAFA says
hi fragi
Posted 14 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ said:

Salam Guyz n galz



Salaam Salaam Salaaaaaaaaam Flogi brooo

Tome back pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeejjjjj
Posted 14 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ says
hum yahan hain yahan hain yahan .... arey thz bhai n bhenazz



dil kuch udas hai .. per
Posted 16 Mar 2005

~khushi~ says
oye fragi where da hell have ya been

long time no see
Posted 16 Mar 2005



fargiiiiiiiiiiiiii broooo taichay ho aap?
Posted 16 Mar 2005

salaam and wasalaam ke means kharab hain...main apne paas se nahi keh raha...properly kehna chahiyey...
Posted 16 Mar 2005

Praise be to Allah.

It is not permissible – firstly – to initiate the greeting of salaam to a non-Muslim. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Do not initiate the greeting of salaam to a Jew or a Christian…” (Narrated by Muslim, 2167).

If one of them says “As-Saam ‘alaykum” – meaning, may death be upon you – or it is not clear whether they have said “salaam”, then we should respond by saying “Wa ‘alaykum” (and upon you).

It was reported that Ibn ‘Umar (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “When the Jews greet you, they say ‘Al-saam ‘alaykum (may death be upon you),’ so respond by saying ‘‘alayk (and also upon you).’” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 5902; Muslim, 2461).

If a non-Muslim greets us with the correct shar’i greeting (i.e., says ‘Al-salaamu ‘alaykum’ clearly), the scholars differed as to whether we have to return the greeting. The majority of scholars said that we do have to return the greeting, and this is the correct view.

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: they differed as to whether it is obligatory to return the greeting. The majority said that it is obligatory and this is the correct view. A group of scholars said that it is not obligatory to return their greeting just as it is not obligatory to return the greeting of those who follow bid’ah. But the correct view is the first one. The difference is that we are commanded to forsake the followers of bid’ah by way of rebuke and to warn others about them, which is not the case with the Ahl al-Dhimmah (Jews and Christians).

(Zaad al-Ma’aad, 2/425, 426)

The Muslim who is returning the greeting should respond in the manner prescribed by sharee’ah, giving a similar or better greeting, because of the general meaning of the Aayah (interpretation of the meaning):

“When you are greeted with a greeting, greet in return with what is better than it, or (at least) return it equally.” [al-Nisa’ 4:86]

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: if the person is certain that the Dhimmi (Jew or Christian) is clearly saying ‘al-salaamu ‘alaykum’ to him, and he has no doubts about that, should he say ‘wa ‘alayka al-salaam’ or shorten it to ‘wa ‘alayk’? What is indicated by the evidence and principles of sharee’ah is that he should say ‘wa ‘alayka al-salaam’, because this is more just, and Allaah commands us to be just and to treat others well… this does not contradict any of the ahaadeeth on this topic at all, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) commanded us to shorten the greeting to ‘wa ‘alayk’ because of the reason mentioned above, which is that they deliberately used to say ‘al-saam ‘alaykum’ instead of ‘al-salaam ‘alaykum’, as indicated in the hadeeth narrated by ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her). He said, “Do you not see that I say ‘wa ‘alaykum’ when they say ‘al-saam ‘alaykum’?” Then he said, “If the People of the Book greet you with salaam, say, ‘Wa ‘alaykum.’”

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“… and when they come to you, they greet you with a greeting wherewith Allaah greets you not, and say within themselves, ‘Why would Allâh punish us not for what we say?’…” [al-Mujaadilah 58:8]

If this reason is not there, and the Jew or Christian says, ‘Salaam ‘alaykum wa rahmat-Allaah,’ then it is only fair to respond in kind.

(Ahkaam Ahl al-Dhimmah, 1/425, 426)

The hadeeth of ‘Aa’ishah was narrated by al-Bukhaari (5901) and Muslim (2165)

Posted 16 Mar 2005

~Fragi~ says
well yaheen hoon mein ney kahan jana hia .. bus time hee kuch aisa chal raha hai
Posted 16 Mar 2005

Posted 16 Mar 2005

Bazigaar says
abhi ho gaya na hiya
Posted 17 Mar 2005

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