Friday, 30 September 2011

New Class

Alhamdu-lilaah we have had a great response in terms of interest for the New Arabic Class:  Understand Al-Quran Book One.

Here are some of the students during one of the sessions:

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

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If you are not a FaceBook follower, share this with your children and friends.  In this way they may become interested in pursuing Arabic Studies.

Idrees Kamish

Why Learn Arabic?

Arabic is spoken by more than 300 million people living in twenty three Arab nations, occupying a vast expanse of land from Morocco in the west to Oman in the east, and from the borders of Turkey in the north to Sudan and the Sahara in the south. Each Arab nation has a different form of colloquial Arabic, however, Modern Standard Arabic remains the formal Arabic which is written and spoken in all nations of the contemporary Arab world. Due to this rather wide span of Arabic usage around the world, the United Nations adopted Arabic as one of its six official languages in 1974.
Arabic is also the language of Islam and it is widely understood by over one billion Muslims from Morocco to Bangladesh, Malaysia and Indonesia and from Turkey to Yemen, and all the Arabs and Muslims emigrated to western countries.

Arabic is a very rewarding language to learn and understand for professional reasons, academic scholarship, and in order to enjoy a rich cultural exchange with a large population of the world. The following are some rather obvious advantages for learning Arabic.