according to muhammed assad, a warm welcome expression used by the arabs for a long time, meaning "you are among your family and relatives, now you can walk on a flat and safe ground".
mot a mot translates to: "with skill and ease (you have come)". used to mean welcome. to extend the welcome ceremony when welcoming someone you love very much, "hello and sleep and hello!" it can be tried.
i haven't heard in a long time. i have to go to iskenderun urgently. then i'll be able to hear "ooo heck ehlen and sahlen". i miss a lot. i longed to hear even a crooked tea.
a recently increasing form of greeting.
mado writes on the door of the independence branch.
its original spelling is not "ahlan wa sahlan". it is written in english. its original writing is something with elif and vav.
a welcome word in arabic.
in response: "ehlen bik" is the answer you get when you say "salamu aleykumde" to leftists. something useful