|fatima16||-- 09-30-2009 @ 8:31 PM|
What is the differenc betweem the greetings?
|Moosaa||-- 04-22-2011 @ 6:25 PM|
they are just spelled incorrectly, or maybe its better to say: improperly represented, with these two transliterations, and Allaah knows best.
as-Salaamu alaykum (or alaikum)
the red letters may be added for an attempt at a closer representation of the arabic. some people may write a symbol over the second a in salam to indicate that it is lengthened.
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|wasim.ahmed||-- 05-01-2011 @ 11:29 PM|
ash-Shaykh Salih aal-ash Shaykh in the Audio Tape 'Wasaaya Abu ad-Dardaa' quotes one of the Sahaabah writing a letter which starts with Salaamun 'alaikum ie., with Tankeer & ends it wirh Assalaamu 'alaikum ie., with Ta'reef.
The Shaykhs goes on to explain this that it is way when writing letters but not when communicating with one another orally.