The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UESCO) has declared 18 December as World Arabic Language Day.
Arabic is an official language of the UN and has been since 18 December 1973 when the UN General Assembly designated it as the sixth official language of the United Nations. Each of the official languages is celebrated with an international day and it was during its 190th session that the UNESCO Executive Board adopted a decision to celebrate 18 December of every year as World Arabic Language Day. MORE routesintolanguages
Islam is the last message to the world and God wants the miracle of Islam to be witnessed by the people from Prophet Muhammad’s, peace be upon him, time till the day of Judgment. The miracle is the Qu’ran, Muslims holy book.
- Why is the Qur’an a miracle ?
1- The Qu’ran is an untouchable book : After 1400 years, from the begining of Prophet Muhammad’s, peace be upon him, message, the Qu’ran has not changed in any way, even as a matter of one charachter. Prooving this is very easy, since you can compare all the versions of the Qu’ran everywhere in the world and you will find them all the same. God ensured that this book would be saved from any changes attempted by human beings. God said in the Qur’an : ” We have, without doubt, sent down the Message; and We will assuredly guard it (from corruption)”
2- The Qu’ran, which is in Arabic, was revealed to the people of the Arabian Gulf who invented the Arabic language. Through Muhammad, peace be upon him, Allah challenged the people who claimed that a human wrote it to emulate such a book. No one from the time of the Prophet till now could write a book that contained the many scientific facts, miracles and similar effects on people that the Qu’ran did and still does today. more /why-muslims-believe
The Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts will offer a free Arabic class for beginners every Tuesday from 6:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. starting on September 9, 2014. This class will focus on the teaching of “modern Arabic vocabulary combined with…
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The Islamic Law interpreter “Fuqaha’a’ are unanimously agreed that it is better for the khutbah to be in Arabic, but they differed as to whether that is essential. There are three points of view: 1- That it is essential for it…
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