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How can a man ponder over the Holy Quran unless he understands the meaning of the verses of the Holy Quran, and for this understanding it is indispensable for him to learn the Arabic language.
He said that from this angle, the Arabic language learning becomes a religious requirement for each Muslim.
Saideh Ahmar, a member of the independent Center for Educational Research and Development's Arabic language department, said her organization was working with the Lebanese government to improve the Arabic curriculum taught in public and private schools.
The opening ceremony of this international event was attended by the interim Prime Minister, some ministers, academics, Arabic language experts and Arab officials, namely Undersecretary of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Adel Al-Falah and President of Libyan "Al-Dawa Al-Islamia" organisation Abdelkarim Khalil.
My Heart Speaks Arabic" project will support the beauty of Arabic language through a three-pronged approach that includes organising exhibitions and networking forums to showcase the Arabic work of regional authors, poets, artists and musicians, sponsoring or supporting organisations that work on like-minded initiatives and co-ordinating interactive fun activities in Arabic language on social media platforms.
To strengthen the Arabic language in Lebanon, we should revise school curriculum and the distribution of courses," he added.
Al-Tayeb lauded the distinctive standard of the Arabic Language Curriculum in Kingdom of Bahrain, stressing that it is considered one of the best curriculums being taught in the Arab World and UK due to its easy, educational and useful preparation to students.
al-Attar's comments came during a meeting with the committee supervising the national Arabic Language competition which awarded her with the shield of the competition in appreciation of her efforts and her pioneering role in supporting the Arabic Language.
They agreed on expanding the collaboration to different disciplines including Arabic language, Mass Communication, Environment and Business.
This affected the Arabic language and drove people away from it.
PNN The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) said in a press release that on Tuesday 18th December 2012, the organisation celebrated the first World Arabic Language Day .
A REGIONAL initiative to promote the Arabic language has been rolled out in Bahrain.