Arabic language

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Synonyms for Arabic language

the Semitic language of the Arabs

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Many Arab countries need legislations and laws to ensure that the Arab language is used in tourism and education.
Languages can divide, but what is special about the Arab language is that it combines.
In 1990, he was elected as a member of the Arab Language Academy (Damascus) and in 2000, he received The Babatin Prize for poetical creativity.
We are in talks to shoot Arab language films for the Arab market here in London and the US, the same way Bollywood films are now shot all over the world," said Mr Black.
Iran seeks a peaceful solution to the Syria crisis, which would be Syrian-Syrian and allow the Syrian nation to choose its suitable options and pave the way for negotiations between the Syrian government and opposition groups, Salehi told Al Alam Arab language TV network in Cairo on Thursday.
The minister pointed out to the necessity for the organization to care for the Arab Language in Diaspora countries, like Africa and Latin America, so as to boost the relation between the homeland and the countries.
The cultural and multicultural development of new generations requires us to make endeavors to ensure that the Arab language may come to terms with modernity.
In fact none of the men surveyed used Arabish, suggesting women were more comfortable in mixing Arab language with English script.
I don't believe that one party will be able to reach a level (of support) allowing them to obtain a majority," Daho Ould Kablia told the Arab language Ennahar daily.
The souk of ancient times played a vital role in the development of a unified Arab language and culture.
Dean Wafaa Berri from LU's Faculty of Arts, who was representing LU President Adnan Sayyed Hussein, said that there was a pressing need to reclaim the Arab language, literature and culture.
The Prince said that Arab Christians are the pioneers in preserving the Arab language and identity,.
An Ottoman scholar, historian and geographer, Katip Celebi is known for his encyclopedic contributions, a bibliographical dictionary in the Arab language, with over 14,500 entries in alphabetical order.
The Small Arms Survey Sudan said the Justice and Reform Movement are a 'small and highly localized splinter of the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM)C* led by al Din Mohamed Mahin, who left JEM in April--May 2010 during a government offensive against the Jebel Moon heartland of his Missiriya Jebel tribe (a group of Arab lineage which lost the Arab language several generations ago).
We will not withdraw from our (nuclear) rights with threats and pressure, resolutions and sanctions", Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast told Arab language TV Alalam.
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