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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 lecture comes within the ARC-WH's strategy to raise awareness of Arab civilization and heritage.
"We are both facing the same enemy that threatens our religion, culture and Arab civilization," Al-Hariri said during the meeting.
Arab civilization, such as we knew it, is all but gone.
This is also probably why the Arab civilization of the golden age, from the eighth to the 13th century, had no inferiority complex vis-a-vis past Hellenistic and Roman civilizations or the Western Christian world.
Lawrence, "Lawrence of Arabia." From the British, Kim Roosevelt and his cousin Archie, another senior officer in the early CIA, inherited an appetite for personal adventure in the Orient and a romantic attraction to Arab civilization.
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.Even US President Barack Obama was forced to comment on the events in Egypt after the ouster of Mubarak, recalling Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.
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.
She is a leading academic expert in Arab culture, and this volume continues the inquiry begun in her 1998 book Limbaj si cultura in civilizatia araba (Language and Culture in Arab Civilization), which was well received internationally as well as in Romania.
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.

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