Styles of Arabic Handwriting
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In arabic we have 13 different styles of handwriting (i think we have more though). In this picture the sentence "by the name of Allah the most merciful" is written 13 times with different handwritings.
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Lord JJ, If you were wondering how your name looks like in arabic, your welcome .
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(Interest check) ovo arabic calligraphy owl hoodie reddit.com/gallery/lgvvwb
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Today marks the 75th year since Chemist Ahmed Zewail was born. The first Egyptian/Arabic speaker to be given Noble prize in Chemistry for his work in Femtochemistry in 1999.
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Dialects of the Arabic language
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Arabic penmanship
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Possible cognate of Spanish β€œusted” and Arabic β€œΨ£Ψ³ΨͺΨ§Ψ°"
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Just because of the word Arabic
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Early game progression PoE, Arabic Guide. Ψ¨Ψ§Ψ« اوف Ψ§ΩƒΨ²Ψ§ΩŠΩ„. ΩƒΩŠΩ ΨͺΨͺΩ‚Ψ―Ω… في بداية Ψ§Ω„Ω„ΨΉΨ¨Ψ© Ψ΄Ψ±Ψ­ ΨͺΩΨ΅ΩŠΩ„ΩŠ youtu.be/W5aemrlCVj4
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The Arabic one piece opening is a total banger v.redd.it/quq3s8537ph61
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The friendship pyramid (arabic)
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If I don’t deserve a badge on RepTime now I don’t know when I will haha! (Custom Arabic Dial Carbon Fibre Rolex Daytona with N4130)
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AITA for being upset that my boyfriend won't try Arabic food?

I am half Palestinian. I love my culture and hope to go to Jordan soon to see my family. Arabic food is a big part of this love. Growing up, my dad would always cook for us and take us to restaurants in my area. My boyfriend and I have been together for about 3 years now, and he has no interest in trying anything I like. When I want Arabic food, I either have to go alone or take him somewhere else to eat. It's starting to really upset me that he has no interest in something that really brings me joy. We've gotten in spats with him saying I'm pressuring him and me saying that he doesn't care about my culture. I really think if he just tried it he would like it but he is "never in the mood to try something new." AITA for being upset?

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Jordan Peterson's videos are getting translated to Arabic by reactionary and Islamist channels and getting hundreds of thousands of views
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I have this map of the Ottoman Empire (probably at the start of the 20th century) with a bunch of Arabic or old Ottoman language, if anyone could translate it would be helpful. reddit.com/gallery/lfmdeb
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[Mail Sport] Manchester United and Liverpool won’t support Rainbow Laces campaign on Arabic and Indonesian social media channels dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo…
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Le Arabic learners have arrived reddit.com/gallery/le2bni
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Olive & Thyme is a delicious arabic restaurant that recently opened on High St. and Henderson. The flavors are jaw dropping and the lentil soup is so rich. I recommend it to anyone trying to expand their palette
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Most Arabic speaking countries in Europe according to Wikipedia
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Saudi Arabian lesbian couple declare their love to the world on Arabic TV show pinknews.co.uk/2020/02/21…
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Arabic theme tune to a cartoon about Davy Crockett (called here Havy Crockett for some reason). I used to watch this as a kid and I always assumed it was some imported American cartoon, but now I can't find any info about it in English, or in any other language really. (1990)s youtu.be/_dIachlp_zg
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I'll do a weekly live 30-mins Arabic language reading and writing tutorials for absolute beginners.. tell me what you think!

Hello there, As the title says! I'll do 8 weeks live sessions to teach Arabic for absolute beginners, I'll teach you reading, writing, with reading/ writing exercises and homeworks, and also dictation tests.

They're totally free but I'll take max. 20 people so I can give enough attention. but initially I want to know the time that mostly fits the target learners.

If you're interested, please write the day (one week day) and time (30 mins) that fits you more in the comments sections in GMT timing (convert your local timing), but try to keep it fit with these constraints:

Sun-Thu: 1 pm to 6 pm (GMT)

Sat, Fri: 4 am to 6 pm (GMT)

Thank you everyone! hope you're very excited as I am!

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My mother is Russian and my father is Tatar (distant Anatolian & Mongol roots, his family lived in Uzbekistan). My grandma speaks Arabic. Am I considered white?

I'm not sure how to identify.

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Female protagonist from an old Arabic romance film starter pack
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Alliance CRAZY backdoor casted in arabic. v.redd.it/anftq8cg2le61
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I'll do a weekly live 30-mins Arabic language reading and writing tutorials for absolute beginners.. tell me what you think!

Hello all brotherz and sisterz! Hope you're safe and fine.. may god bless you all and protect you and your families in this pandemic..

so, I'm planning to do 8 weeks live sessions to teach Arabic for absolute beginners. I'll teach you reading, writing, with reading/ writing exercises and homeworks, and also dictation tests.

They're totally free but I'll take max. 20 people so I can give enough attention. but initially I want to know the time that mostly fits the target learners.

If you're interested, please write the day (one week day) and time (30 mins) that fits you more in the comments sections in GMT timing (convert your local timing), but try to keep it fit with these constraints:

Sun-Thu: 1 pm to 6 pm (GMT)

Sat, Fri: 4 am to 6 pm (GMT)

Thank you everyone! hope you're very excited as I am!

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Pakistan senate passes bill making teaching of Arabic compulsory in capital google.com/amp/s/www.dawn…
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The elegance of simple, yet ostensibly intricate at breadth, Arabic lexicons
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I mean who doesn't love Arabic news sources
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Ban Arabic in India. Restrict those Muslims residing India to pray in Indian languages only. Let there be transparency about what they "pray" in day to day life.

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How to learn Lebanese Arabic?

Hello, I am not Lebanese, but would like to learn Lebanese Arabic. I have the basics and trying to learn more through film / tv / music. I love languages and I find Lebanese Arabic easiest and the most attractive Arabic dialect to speak. It is hard to find resources online as I understand it is only a spoken dialect, compared to standard Arabic. I would be grateful for any info / tips to continue learning! Thanks :)

Edit: I cannot see all the comments for some reason so please pm!

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What is the basis in 4:34 for beat ''lightly'' instead of ''beat''? (Arabic analysis)

As you know there are many, many translations, so let's start with that:

discipline them (gently) (mustafa khattab) strike them (fadel soliman) beat them (maarif-ul-quran) beat them (lightly, if it is useful) ( taqi-ud-Din al-hilali & muhsin khan) beat them (mufti taqi usmani) strike them (i.e. hit them lightly) (dr. ghali) beat them (abul ala maududi) hit them (abdul haleem) scourge them (pickthall) beat them (lightly) (yusuf ali) hit them (gently*)* (ruwwad center) hit them (very lightly and symbolically, if necessary) (muhammad hijab) strike them (lightly) (saheeh international)

Let's now analyze the Arabic. There are two possible ways a language can express this ''lightness'',

One is by an adverb: beat lightly , beat softly, beat in a light manner etc., a word or phrase modifying the verb.

Another way is by a verb or expression that already expresses this ''lightness'', e.g. to tap, pat, nudge, etc. There is no other way. It has to be one of these

Since there is no adverb surrounding the verb, we have to research the second.

wa-i ḍ'ribΕ«hunna ΩˆΩŽΨ§ΨΆΩ’Ψ±ΩΨ¨ΩΩˆΩ‡ΩΩ†Ω‘ΩŽ

and- (you men) ''imperative verb'' - them (feminine plural object pronoun) with stem ḍād rā bā (آ ر ب)

This root means: beating, striking, to battle, to sting; to travel, to go fast; to appear; type; white honey; head, a muscular person, to sire.

One form of this root is the verb in this verse: ḍaraba. This is a transitive verb, meaning it can take an object.

If we compare how it's used in the Quran (ignoring the other meanings, because they do not take an object pronoun in this way and because all the translations above use this meaning)

8:12 fa-id'ribu fawqa l-a'naqi wa-id'ribu min'hum kulla bananin

''so strike [them] upon the necks and strike from them every fingertip."

38:44 fa-id'rib bihi

''and strike with it'' (''it'' meaning bundle of thin grass, so as not to break his oath)

2:60 id'rib bi'asaka l-hajara

''strike with your staff the stone''

8:50 yadribuna wujuhahum wa-adbarahum

''they struck their faces and their backs'' (the angels beating the disbelievers)

From these examples, even if it does not necessarily mean ''to beat harshly'', we have to conclude it just means 'to beat'', not ''beat softly'' or ''beat lightly'. What then is the basis for this insertion in all of these translations?

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[Ben Crellin]- Man City's offcial Arabic account has tweeted their upcoming schedule. The text in the fixture that's second from the left on the top row means "postponed match to be played - decision not yet made" - it's in the midweek of Gameweek 24 and there's a faint image the Everton badge. twitter.com/bencrellin/st…
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In your opinion, what is an Old Arabic name that you probably don't think you'll ever come across?

Hello there, I was inspired by the What are the "old people names" in your country? in South America. And was fascinated by there responses. I was curious about the Arab world and the "old" names that you perhaps won't ever come across.

So, if you can think of a name or a few, I'd love to hear them!

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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs uses the term "Arabic Gulf" when referring to the Persian Gulf. Russia has never been an ally of Iran and it's people.
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Cries in Arabic
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Car in Arabic
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The complexity of the Arabic language.
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Very sensitive and controversial question, but is Mecca an older city than 1300 years, that is, older than the first appearance of the city name in non-Arabic texts and writings? What does archeology say?

It is often said that Mecca could not have been older than 1300 years and inhabited before that because the name of this city is never mentioned before the 700s in any texts outside of the Arabic culture. But personally, I would rely more on archeology than on texts and writings as long as the research is impartial and honest. (Similarly, in the 19th century, it was claimed that Nazareth was not founded until the 4th century, because there wasn't any mention of this village in older texts, but archaeological excavations show that the village has been inhabited since at least the Bronze Age - which shows that mere staring only the texts is not a relevant study of history if no field work on excavations is taken into account at all and the texts should be viewed in the light of archeology: For example, the era when the name of some place is mentioned the first time doesn't mean that it was established just then.) But there are very few writings referring to archeology available online and most of them are very politically colored what is so sad. But, however, this question is very daring and that is why I'm excited and scared to ask it.

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