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What Algeria and Sudan Can Learn From Egypt: Lessons From a Failed Revolution

Image result for What Algeria and Sudan Can Learn From EgyptEight years after the Arab Spring transfixed the world, the Middle East has once again lit up with protest. In April, popular movements in Algeria and Sudan forced the ouster of two long-serving autocrats: Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who resigned on April 2, and Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who was removed from power on April 11.

These uprisings show obvious parallels with the 2011 revolution in Egypt that led to the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. In both…MORE:  foreignaffairs

Reading Made Easy (Learn to Read Qur’an) Book (3) Arabic/English

cover front 3rd.This is the best book for learning Arabic writing because it is easy to understand. The Phonics method  is used. This means learning the sound of the letter, not its name – except for the Noraani letters found at the beginning of the Holy Qur’aan. These letters start with the vowel point, Fat’ha, Thammah etc. which are added to the letters .
At the same time, the book teaches structural analysis skills: starting first with the letter, then the word and finally, the sentence.The basic reading rules are taught in a very practical and simple way. All the words used in this book have been taken from the Holy Qur’aan… PDF. it is  great for  Muslim School, Sunday school..Cover

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Reading Made Easy (Learn to Read Qur’an) Book (2)

COVER READ MADE EASR BOOK 2This is the best book for learning Arabic writing because it is easy to understand. The Phonics method  is used. This means learning the sound of the letter, not its name – except for the Noraani letters found at the beginning of the Holy Qur’aan. These letters start with the vowel point, Fat’ha, Thammah etc. which are added to the letters .
At the same time, the book teaches structural analysis skills: starting first with the letter, then the word and finally, the sentence.The basic reading rules are taught in a very practical and simple way. All the words used in this book have been taken from the Holy Qur’aan… PDF. it is  great for  Muslim School, Sunday school..

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Reading Made Easy (Learn to Read Qur’an) Book (1)

Reading Made Easy 1This is the best book for learning Arabic writing because it is easy to understand. The Phonics method  is used. This means learning the sound of the letter, not its name – except for the Noraani letters found at the beginning of the Holy Qur’aan. These letters start with the vowel point, Fat’ha, Thammah etc. which are added to the letters .
At the same time, the book teaches structural analysis skills: starting first with the letter, then the word and finally, the sentence.The basic reading rules are taught in a very practical and simple way. All the words used in this book have been taken from the Holy Qur’aan… PDF. it is  great for  Muslim School, Sunday school..

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Jundub ibn Abdullah reported: “We were with the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, while we were strong young boys. We learned faith before we learned the Quran, then we learned the Quran and it strengthened our faith” (Sunan Ibn Mājah)

Forget French and Mandarin – Arabic is the language to learn, says the British Council

With more than 300 million people speaking it, no wonder the British Council is promoting its teaching in schools.The 10-year-old was looking at the card in front of him which showed an image of a fish. “Samak,” he said decisively..He and his classmates at Horton Park primary school, in Bradford, have been learning Arabic for three years now, courtesy of a drive by the British Council to boost the take-up of the language in state schools.His teacher, Saleh Patel – one of the few Arabic teachers working full-time in a British primary school – had told the class to link the pictures on the cards with the correct word in Arabic to describe them…more: independent.co.uk