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Arabic language

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

This language has its own Wikipedia Project.

Arabic (العربية) is a language similar to Hebrew and Aramaic. It is a very big language, and 250,000,000 people understand it for their first language. Many more people understand it for second and third languages. It is written with the Arabic Alphabet. It is very important in Islam because Muslims believe Allah (God) used it to talk to Muhammad through the Archangel Gabriel jibreal. In the West, it is becoming a more popular language to learn. Arabic is spoken in:


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