Published on December 12, 2019
The Traditions of Salaam: The Traditions of Salaam Slide 2: The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) used to welcome individuals by saying As- salamu Alaikum and urged his adherents to do as such also. The convention helps security Muslims altogether and build up solid network connections. The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) once told his adherents that there are five obligations every Muslim has toward their siblings and sisters in Islam: welcoming each other with salaam, visiting each other when somebody is wiped out, going to memorial services, tolerating solicitations, and requesting that Allah show benevolence toward them when they wheeze. Slide 3: It was the act of early Muslims for the individual who enters a social affair to be the first to welcome the others. It is likewise suggested that an individual who is strolling ought to welcome an individual who is sitting and that a more youthful individual ought to be the first to welcome a more established individual. At the point when two Muslims contend and cut off ties, the person who restores contact with a welcome of salaam gets the best endowments from Allah. Slide 5: The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) once said: “ You will not enter Paradise until you believe, and you will not believe until you love one another. Shall I tell you about something which, if you do it, will make you love one another? Greet each other with salaam." Slide 6: Salaam is essential for Muslims, and it is a kind deed that will take you to Paradise. Muslims do all types of kind deeds, such as performing Umrah and Hajj Pilgrimage. Muslims from all over the world get Umrah Packages from Sharjah and take Umrah Package by bus from Sharjah and go Makkah in Saudi Arabia to perform their Umrah Pilgrimage.