hetta kulshai ana 'a’ila u-sahebs lla ybarek fik
This doesn’t sound like a native speaker again, so my guess is:
Everyone too, me, the family, and friends. God bless you.
The God bless you part was a thank you in response to a feast greetings.
It’s interesting how the person put saheb (friend) in plural by adding an s at the end :).
loooool its a smart tactic when u don’t know the plural, especially in a language like arabic when there are broken plurals