He extended greetings to one child who recognised him, and who then gave the Shaykh a miswaak (tooth stick). The Shaykh accepted it, smiling with complete humility and a welcoming heart.
If I was reading the Qur.aan, and someone came along and conveyed the salaam [greeting] to me, should I respond to his salaam or should I [first] complete [reading] the aayah?
If the presenter on television or radio extends the greeting or [likewise] the writer in a magazine, then is it obligatory upon us to respond in this case?
Is there any legal prohibition in replying to the greeting of the woman on the telephone or in any other [circumstance], or [her] replying to the greeting of the man on the telephone?
What is the ruling regarding saying ‘as-salaam [‘alaykum] to someone on the telephone if you do not know whether they are Muslim or not?
I am a university student, and sometimes I extend salaam to the female students. So is it halaal or haraam for a male student to extend salaam to his female colleagues at university?
I see some people, after shaking hands, they either kiss their hands or place it on their chest as a form of increased [brotherly] love, so is this permissible?