What is arabic gum made out of?

Answer Gum arabic, a natural thickening agent used to bind ingredients in medicine, food and cleaning products, derives from Acacia senegal tree sap. Farmers carefully remove tree bark to encourage sap pr... Read More »

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When were the Arabic numerals made?

Arabic numerals, also called Hindu-Arabic numerals, developed in India in the fourth and third centuries B.C. They reached the Arab world by the seventh century. The mathematician Fibonacci introdu... Read More »

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

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

What is Arabic?

Arabic is the fifth most commonly spoken language in the world. It is believed that more than 200 million people around the world speak Arabic as a first language, while more than 20 million indivi... Read More »

What is an Arabic numeral?

Arabic numerals are the numerals used in the United States and most of the world. Arabic numerals originated in India and were adopted by the Arabs. The current form of Arabic numerals dates from a... Read More »