Dos & Don'ts On The Day Of Eid-ul-Adha

The video emphasizes the importance of the traditional Islamic greeting "Assalamu Alaikum," especially on the day of Eid.

This greeting, meaning "Peace be upon you," is the greeting of Paradise, Allah, the Angels, and the Prophets. It should not be replaced with any other greeting, though additional cultural greetings like "Eid Mubarak" can be used secondarily.

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