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Question ID  2518  -  Interaction in Social Life
Salamun Alaikum. I wanted to clarify the validity of someone saying salaam and others replying back as wassalam. Will salaam will be considered as Salam Alaikum and Wassalam as Walekum Salam? In short, is wassalam wrong in itself as a reply to salam?
Answer:-  The Salam or Salaam must be replied at least as it was offered and not
less. The obligatory reply of ( Salaamun Alaykum) is not (Wassalam) because
it is less than what was been offered. It should be at least ( Wa Alaykum
Assalam) . The reply of (Salam or Salaam) can be Wassalam or Wassalaam as a
minimum obligatory reply.
It is always recommended to reply in a better way by adding e.g. Wa
Rahmatullah or Warahmatullah Wabarakatoh.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  2485  -  Interaction in Social Life it jaiz for a shia to get treated in a hospital which is running under agha khan mujtahid is ayatullah sistani.
Answer:-  Yes, it is allowed even if it is run by non Muslim management. Many
Maraaje' of Taqleed was treated in hospitals run by non Muslims.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  2448  -  Interaction in Social Life
"is it ok or forbidden or makrooh or haram to chat on whatsapp or Facebook with namahram women or men"
Answer:-  Chatting with non Mahram is not allowed in Islam unless it is a serious
matter like seeking advice from a specialist or learning from your teacher
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  2447  -  Interaction in Social Life
Slam un alakom I would like to ask the ruling of Aytullah Ali sistani that if it is allowed to decorate house/room with wall papers of birds/ butterfly painting on them. Please note we mostly pray 5 daily prayers at home. Wassalam Wakil
Answer:-  Yes it is allowed, but it is Makrouh (disliked) to face pictures or
drawings of living beings while performing Namaz (prayers). Makrouh means
here less reward.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  2291  -  Interaction in Social Life
Assalamu Alaykum I have a question. What is the evil eye? and is jealousy a sin if it only happens in your thoughts?
Answer:-  Evil eye is the eye of bad persons who look with hatred and do not like the
bounty to be with others.
Jealousy is bad and it does not happen but only in the hearts of bad
persons who do not trust the generosity and wisdom of Allah (SWT).
We should not allow any thought of jealousy to enter our mind at all and
Mohammad al-Musawi

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