What are Arabic greeting beyond السلام عليكم that don't involve religious references?
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

Let's say I want to greet someone in Arabic without any religious references. What are my options beyond the casual

السلام عليكم
اهلا وسهلا

What can I say to make the greeting "stronger"?

May 21, 2019 1:15 PM
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In fusha .. we can say اسعد الله اوقاتكم ...or اسعد الله صباحكم/مساءكم according to the time of the day ....

In syrian dialect "for example" we can say يسعد صباحكن/مساكن 

By th e way , i think السلام عليكم is the best greeting even if it s an islamic term ... because it means pease be upon u ♡ ...and its a wonderful meaning .. espetially when we lose it ..then we realise how pease is so important 💔

June 26, 2019

Watch this. It's specifically for Gulf Arabic but quite comprehensive.

May 21, 2019
أهلين و سهلين
May 25, 2019
ايضا حسب الوقت نستطيع ان نقول

صباح الخير

مساء الخير

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للوداع نستطيع ان نقول وداعاً

May 25, 2019
حياك الله

يا هلا



May 25, 2019
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