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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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The Arab-Islamic heritage has also been compromised by certain outside cultural elements that were integrated within Arab civilization.
She added that Portuguese was affected by the Arab civilization and art in Andalusia and moved this art to Brazil.
Sleiman called on Arab regimes to ponder seriously preserving pluralistic structures "because Arab civilization is the cradle of religions.
It is a great achievement for culture in Yemen and highlights the importance of art today as a continuation of a long history of art in a country that is the cradle of Arab civilization,e he said.
During the meeting, the two sides have discussed some issues related to the important role of media in circulating the national thought and highlighting the true image of Arab civilization.
In the introduction to his translations, Lewis makes a telling point about the primacy of poetry in Arab civilization from before the rise of Islam to the 19th century.
The thinking that groups in the East and West are conspiring against Islam and Arab civilization satisfies the most narcissistic of people's fantasies.
HH Shaikh Abdulla bin Hamad Al-Khalifa described the project as vital to protect and conserve this species which is considered as an icon of Arab civilization and traditions, stressing the importance of providing sustainable habitat for houbara birds for future generations.
Al-Bader stated that the cultural cooperation between Kuwait and Vietnam would contribute in bolstering the overall bilateral relations between the two countries, portraying the actual image of the Arab civilization and culture.
He expressed desire of finding the suitable mechanism to dispatch British students to Syria to study Arabic and the Arab civilization at the Syrian universities.
Indeed, such a development is not implausible: today, from Rabat to Beirut, Cairo to Damascus, Arab governments are restoring Jewish synagogues because the historic, legitimate Jewish presence in their countries is part of their interpretation of Arab civilization -- an interpretation shared by the API.
I demand that Israeli agents in Arab countries be aware of that the Arab nation will be united again and sooner or later Arab civilization will come back.

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