2 thoughts on “Grammatical Explanation of “Ahlan wa Sahlan wa Marhaban”

  1. Assalaamu a’alikum

    This is a beautiful and enlightening lesson by our respected Shaykh Dr. Abdur Rahim (may Allaah preserve him) and one that brought wide smiles when I read it.

    It is a common welcome phrase but very rarely do we find such insight into what it actually means – lexically and grammatically – such as the kind of insight given in the Shaykh’s dars.


  2. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Yes, the explanation is enlightening and far more detailed than what I’ve read in the past.

    An enjoyable and beneficial read indeed.

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