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Arab

(ā`răb), in the Bible, hill town of S ancient Palestine, near Hebron.

Arab

1. a member of a Semitic people originally inhabiting Arabia, who spread throughout the Middle East, N Africa, and Spain during the seventh and eighth centuries ad
2. a lively intelligent breed of horse, mainly used for riding
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They said the exhibition which contains 320 antiquities has been one of the best exhibitions held in Washington, displaying ancient antiquities that reflect Arab civilization and culture throughout the ages.
He includes an essay on the differences between the phenomenon of an Arab civilization and a Moslem civilization.
It presented a new image of Arab civilization that had been forgotten.
According to the London based Elaph, Saba said that Egypt is a very important part of the Arab world and it is sad to see so much destruction and chaos specifically to the Egyptian National Museum that is a symbol of Arab civilization.
Sometimes there is concentration on security field but the culture is rich as this country has been the foundation of Arab civilization and it is important to the region and the world.
It includes notably several chapters dealing with the origins of the Arab civilization , the role of Islam in the building-up of the Arab nation, the golden age of this civilization and the future challenges facing it.
Her current book attempts to make her work accessible beyond academic audiences and reach a general audience interested in the problems of Arab civilization.
Islamic calligraphy has always occupied a special place in Arab civilization and culture, and has been acclaimed around the world for its aesthetic and expressive nature," said Abdul Rahman Mohammad Al Owais, UAE Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development.
Within artistic displays, theatrical expressions, and a panorama of contributions from Arab civilization, were statements that ordinarily don't appear at Washington's Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
In this essay, I am not going to shed light upon subjects like Syrian Kurdistan, the Kurdish nation in Syria, the history of "the Kurdish neighborhood" in Damascus, the role of the Kurds in founding the Arab civilization in Syria from the old ages to the era of Salahaddin al Ayubi, or the administration of the Syrian Communist Party by Kurds.
Many already have concluded that the seeds of democracy never can be planted in a failed Arab civilization, as the region is to be forever plagued by tribalism, economic backwardness, religious hatred, and contempt for the non-Muslim world.
Thanks to Islam, the Arab civilization preserved ancient knowledge and continued to develop it.

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