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Can we say "Shabbat Shalom" on Shabbos
Hi Director Michael, Rabbi Yitz and Rabbi Schochet-
Can we wish Jews at a synagogue on Saturday, "Shabbat Shalom!" and "Gutte Shabbos!"? Can we say it back to Jews if they say it to us first? Can we say it to them first?
Thank you!
If the Noahide is greeting first, it's better for him or her to just say "Shalom!" so the Jew has the opportunity to respond "Amen!" (as the Talmud instructs) and then return the greeting.

If a Jew wishes a Noahide "Shabbat Shalom" or "Gutte Shabbos" by mistake, the Noahide can say "Thank you" (the polite response) and then "Enjoy your Sabbath!"
What do the words Shabbat Shalom and Gutte Shabbos mean?
"Shabbat Shalom" is in Hebrew. The literal translation is "[Have a] peaceful Sabbath."

"Gutte Shabbos" is in Yiddish. The literal translation is "[Have a] good Sabbath."

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