Från: Umm_Amatillaah (Ursprungligt meddelande) Skickat: 2005-09-18 10:16
Bismillaah wal hamdulillaah was salaat was salaam 'ala nabiyyina Muhammad, wa ba'!
As salaamu 'alaykunna wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatoh ukhtil mobaarakah
Question: Suppose someone gives us greetings of peace and ends his greeting with, 'Wabarakaatuhu.' In order to respond with a better greeting, as is mentioned in the verse
"better than it",
may we add, 'wa-maghfiratuhu Wa-Ihsaanuhu... (And His forgiveness and generosity...)?
Answer: When responding to another person's greeting, you should not add anything after, "Wabarakaatuhu," even if that is where the other person ended. Ibn 'Abdul-Barr said, "Ibn 'Abbaas (radiya Allaahu 'anhumaa) and Ibn 'Umar (radiya Allaahu 'anhumaa) said to, 'Finish [greetings of peace with Al-Barakah (i.e., 'Wabarakaatuhu'), just as Allaah ('azza wa djall) said about His righteous slaves:
"The Mercy of Allaah and His Blessings be on you, O the family [of Ibraaheem]" (Qur'an 11:73)
And they both disliked for anyone to add anything after 'Wabarakaatuhu' in his greetings of peace."
Excerpt from The Book of Manners, p. 58.
Compiled by: Fu'aad Ibn 'Abdul-'Azeez Ash-Shulhoob
Translated by: Faisal Shafiq, Montréal, Canada
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Was salaamu 'alaykunna wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatoh
Al-faaqirah ilaa Allaah
Umm Amatullaah Nadiyah al-Athariyah
Subhaanaka Rabbanaa maa 'abadnaka haqqa ibaadatik