Repeat of Arabic Wed 0400

 

The Arabic language is come from Semitic languages

The Semitic languages are a branch of the Afro-asiatic language family originating in the Middle East. Semitic languages are spoken by more than 470 million people across much of Western Asia, North Africa and the Horn of Africa, as well as in large expatriate communities in North America and Europe. The terminology was first used in the 1780s by German orientalists von Schlözer and Eichhorn, who derived the name from Shem, one of the three sons of Noah in the Book of Genesis.

The most widely spoken Semitic languages today are (numbers given are for native speakers only) Arabic (300 million), Amharic (22 million), Tigrinya (7 million), and Hebrew (unknown; 6 million native and non-native L1 speakers).

Classical Arabic is the language of the Qur’an. Arabic is closely associated with the religion of Islam because the Qur’an is written in the language, but it is nevertheless also spoken by Arab Christians, Mizrahi Jews and Iraqi Andeans.

Currently Christians live in the Middle East and North Africa speaks Arabic due to the Arab and Islamic conquests in those areas. And The Islamic conquests introduced Arabic to new non-Arab regions.

As in other Semitic languages, Arabic has a complex and unusual morphology, The Arabic alphabet derives from the Aramaic through Nabatean, to which it bears a loose resemblance like that of Coptic or Cyrillic scripts to Greek script.

The oral poetic tradition had been alive and well for centuries in the Arabian Peninsula before it was eventually recorded. Arab poets blossomed in the 6th century AD but their work was not recorded or written down until the 8th or 9th century AD.

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25 Mar 2020, 11pm

25 Mar 2020, 11pm Arabic Global Wed 2300 A music and news program presented in Arabic

18 Mar 2020, 11pm

18 Mar 2020, 11pm Arabic Global Wed 2300 A music and news program presented in Arabic

11 Mar 2020, 11pm

11 Mar 2020, 11pm Arabic Global Wed 2300 A music and news program presented in Arabic

4 Mar 2020, 11pm

4 Mar 2020, 11pm Arabic Global Wed 2300 A music and news program presented in Arabic

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2 Mar 2020, 11pm

2 Mar 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

27 Feb 2020, 11pm

27 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

26 Feb 2020, 11pm

26 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

25 Feb 2020, 11pm

25 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

25 Feb 2020, 8pm

25 Feb 2020, 8pm Arabic Arabic Programme

24 Feb 2020, 11pm

24 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

20 Feb 2020, 11pm

20 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

19 Feb 2020, 11pm

19 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

18 Feb 2020, 11pm

18 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

18 Feb 2020, 8pm

18 Feb 2020, 8pm Arabic Arabic Programme

17 Feb 2020, 11pm

17 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

13 Feb 2020, 11pm

13 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

12 Feb 2020, 11pm

12 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

11 Feb 2020, 11pm

11 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

11 Feb 2020, 8pm

11 Feb 2020, 8pm Arabic Arabic Programme

10 Feb 2020, 11pm

10 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

6 Feb 2020, 11pm

6 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

5 Feb 2020, 11pm

5 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

4 Feb 2020, 11pm

4 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

4 Feb 2020, 8pm

4 Feb 2020, 8pm Arabic Arabic Programme

3 Feb 2020, 11pm

3 Feb 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

30 Jan 2020, 11pm

30 Jan 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

29 Jan 2020, 11pm

29 Jan 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

28 Jan 2020, 11pm

28 Jan 2020, 11pm Arabic Arabic Programme

28 Jan 2020, 8pm

28 Jan 2020, 8pm Arabic Arabic Programme