Arabic Hello Ramadan Eid doormat



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What is a traditional greeting for guests in Islam?

In Arabic culture, a common formal way to welcome guests is by saying "Ahlan Wa Sahlan," which means "Welcome", but is also used as a common greeting just like “hello” in English. It is a warm and hospitable greeting that reflects the importance of hospitality in Muslim culture.

A traditional greeting is very important and it reflects the warmth and hospitality of the Muslim people. The most common formal greeting in Arabic language is "as-salaam 'alaykum" which means "peace be upon you". This common phrase is used by Muslims all around the world as a traditional way to greet each other. It is a sign of respect, goodwill and peace. It's also important to reply with "wa 'alaykum as-salaam" which means "and peace be upon you too".

Arabic welcome pronunciation

Learn to pronounce the Arabic greeting Ahlan Wa Sahlan by Arabic speakers


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