Taslim

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An Iranian Twelver Shia cleric has been pictured after finished his Salat lonely in the 1940s. Taslim is last portion of a Muslim prayer (salat) and every salat ends by Taslim.
For the refrain in Arabic music, see Teslim.

Taslim (تسليم) is the concluding portion of the Muslim prayer (salat), where one recites السلام عليكم ورحمة الله As-salāmu ʿalaikum wa-raḥmatu 'llah ("Peace and blessings of God be unto you")[1] once while facing the right, and once while facing the left.[2]


Performing the Taslim Taslim right.jpg Taslim left.jpg
Reciting the salam facing the right direction Reciting the salam facing the left direction

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