Submitted by ZahoorYousaf on Tue, 02/05/2008 - 22:21.
I remember this summer 2007 just gone; we had the noble scholar of Kuwait Shaykh Falaah Isma'eel al-Mundakharee in Slough giving a lecture. In it he mentioned the statement of Umar al - Faarooq (radiAllahu anhu): "learn arabic, for verily it is from your religion" - showing and stressing the importance of learning the Arabic language. Having attended lessons of Madeenah Arabic Book 1, the teacher introduced the importance of learning Arabic and the general principle from Shaykh - ul - Islam Ibn Taiymiyyah (rahimahullah) that "the means to an obligation, is an
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Submitted by Farhad on Thu, 01/10/2008 - 09:56.
Salam, By the Grace of Allah, I will be departing for Egypt today from the UK to pursue my Arabic learning. Here is some general advice on preparation before departing
Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 19:46.
The present University of Khartoum is the result of the natural transformation of the University College of Khartoum when the country became independent in 1956, since then, the University witnessed considerable expansion.
Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 19:44.
The Arabic language for beginners program at I.U.A is made up of three levels of four months duration each. The duration of the program is thus fourteen months including semester breaks. Exams are held and a certificate is issued at the end of each level.
Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 19:37.
As an academic institution currently affiliated to the university of Tunis El Manar, its mission is to teach modern languages to a wide range of learners and to conduct applied research in methodologies for teaching modern languages to adults.
Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 19:28.
DMG's main office is situated in Fez, and have branches in Casablanca, Rabat and Meknes. The centre offer courses in Moroccan and Modern Standard Arabic. The institute is managed by a German director. The centre offers tuitions for groups as well as private classes.
Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 19:24.
The University has an Arabic program for foreign students. They have two courses on offer for students. The first is an 8 week Modern Standard Arabic program beginning May 28 2005. Their second course is a 4 week summer program, with beginning dates of May 28 or June 27 2005.
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Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 17:03.
IASP at the King Fahd Advanced School of Translation offers Modern Standard (at intermediate level), with elementary and intermediate Moroccan colloquial. From our research it seems that this course is conducted in cooperation with some American Universities, fellowships are available for American students. This may be a good opportunity for American Muslims wishing to study Arabic Abroad.
Submitted by studyarabic on Mon, 12/03/2007 - 16:58.
The Arabic Language Institute in Fez (ALIF) offers courses in Modern Standard Arabic and Colloquial Moroccan Arabic. The institute offers six and three week courses in all levels of Arabic. Most courses consist of six-week sessions of 120 hours of classroom instruction given four hours per day. Private or specialised lessons can also be arranged at the students request.