Which Arabic writer was known as a dean of Arabic literature?

Answer Taha Hussein (1889- 1973) nicknamed "the dean of Arabic literature"

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Where did the Arabic language start?

The Arabic language was once thought to have emerged in the Arabian Peninsula. Scholars now believe that Arabic originated in the eastern regions of the African continent, probably around modern-da... Read More »

Where do people speak Arabic?

Arabic has official or national language status in the countries of Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Chad, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oma... Read More »

Where can I learn Arabic for free?

Arabic is one of the oldest languages in history. There are over 250 million speakers of Arabic in the world. Learning this language will be a challenge if you only speak English, as it has an unf... Read More »

Where can you watch anime arabic dub?

Well in Canada, it airs in September 2009. I'm not sure about the UK but they have finished shooting. It should be airing soon.