As Salam u Alaikum – The Peace Be Upon You

Arabic speakers or many other Muslims speaks this: “As Salam u

AlaikumWaRahmatullahiWaBarakaatuhu” it is an Arabic greeting which majority of Muslims uses while meeting others. It translates in to English language as “The Peace Be Upon You”, (May Allah Almighty’s peace, mercy, and blessing to be upon you) however is often used as a parting and greeting and is believed to be the equal to “hello”, “good day” or “hi” as a greeting and “farewell” and “goodbye” as a parting in English.


The greeting is frequently interchanged during Muslim sermons and lectures sp, book your full month Ramadan package 2019. The classical reply to the greeting is “Wa Alaikum Salaam” and the meaning of this reply in English is “And upon You Peace” or “WaAlaikumus Salaam” (“and upon you the Peace”).

WaAlaikumus Salaam1
WaAlaikumus Salaam

It is also favored to utilize the greeting when receiving and also leaving. It was described that Abu Hurayrah (R.A) said “When one of you joins a gathering, let him speak salaam. When he wants to get up and want to leave, let him say salaam. The first is not more important than the latter.” (Hasan Hadith Described in Jami al Tirmidhi).

As Salam u Alaikum – The Peace Be Upon You1
As Salam u Alaikum – The Peace Be Upon You

According to hadith, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be on him) was questioned who should “start” the salaam greeting and he said: “The one who is riding should greet the one who is walking and the one who is walking should greet the one who is sitting and the smaller group should greet the larger group” (Saheeh Al Bukhari 6234; Muslims, 2160). The Prophet Allah is one who begins Hajj London Service and other five pillars of Islam.

Salaam is also implemented by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and to let others know that it spreads love and peace among society. After Hajj or Umrah in UK consultants 2019 for family with Visa, flight and Transportation when we go to we use to do a Salaam to our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).