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The conclusion of prayer is Tasleem

 
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abrahamson



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PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 7:13 am    Post subject: The conclusion of prayer is Tasleem Reply with quote

In a Haddith by Ah (r.'a.), the Prophet said: "The key to the prayer is cleanliness and its consecrated state is Takbeer, and its conclusion is Tasleem." As-Salaam is to announce the end of Salaah by saying "As-Salaamu 'Alaikum warahmatullaah," turning the face to the right shoulder, and As-Salaamu 'Alaikum warahmatullaah," turning the face to the left shoulder.

The Gemara (Yoma 53b) teaches that upon concluding Shemoneh Esrei, one should retreat in a respectful manner. "Rabbi Alexanderi said in the name of Rabbi Yehoshua ben Levi: "After praying one must take three steps back, and then bid shalom [peace, i.e., farewell]" and "We learned this also [in a beraita]: "After praying, one must take three steps back and then bid shalom; if he fails to do so, it would have been better had he not prayed at all""

The Gemara concludes that after taking three steps backwards, one should "bid shalom," first to the left, and then to the right. However the there were differing customs.

"In the name of Shemaya, they said that one should give shalom to the right and then to the left, as it is said (Devarim 33:2) "From His right [hand] a fiery law for them;" and it is said (Tehillim 91:7) "A thousand will fall at your side and a myriad at your right"

Rava saw Abbayei giving shalom to his own right first. He said, "Do you think it means YOUR right side? I meant your LEFT side, which is the right of the Holy One, Blessed be He."

Rav Chiyya son of Rav Huna said: "I saw that Abbayei and Rava would step three steps in a single bow." At the end of the Shemonah Esreh prayer Jews look to the left and to the right saying "Oseh shalom bimromav, Hu yaseh shalom, alenu ve'al kol Yisrael"

In general the Pharisaic Jews said "Shalom" to the LEFT first, and Sadducean custom was to say "Shalom" to the RIGHT first. Islamic practice universally says "As-Salaamu" to the RIGHT first.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 5:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This dove is the same symbol as that adorning the duplicate "ark of the covenant" stored in a Church in Axum, lost by Dhu Nuwas, the last king of Himyar in his battle with the Ethopians in 525 CE.
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Nazzam



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There is no tasleem in the quran.

Its very likely this is a jewish practice introduced into islam by ex-jews.
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