Greeting in all languages; Wishing a non muslim a good day

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How are you. Eid Mubarak in advance.

1)If a Muslim teacher verbally says Good morning, Aslamualaykum, Sastrikal(sikh greeting) and Namaste(Hindu greeting )at the start of school assembly. He says all the non Islamic greetings to impress his head teacher and staff as they are sikh, Christian and Hindu. Although he does not believe in the non Islamic greetings. Does he lose his imaan(Muslim Faith)by saying the non Islamic greetings and trying to impress his staff and head teacher?

Does a Muslim loose his imaan(Muslim Faith) by any of the below or if wishes or says to a non Muslim: “have a nice day/weekend/evening”.
Before the Muslim says it, he thinks what if it’s wrong to wish a kaafir a nice weekend or a nice day. However he says to himself “I will say it now or this time”.

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Asked on June 16, 2017 2:07 pm
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1) No. He must avoid.
2) No. He must repent and avoid.

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Answered on June 17, 2017 6:17 pm