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For some Arabic names beginning thus, see the second part of the name; e.g., for Anwar al-Sadat, see Sadat, Anwar al-Sadat, Anwar al-
, 1918–81, Egyptian political leader and president (1970–81). He entered (1936) Abbasia Military Academy, where he became friendly with Gamal Abdal Nasser and other fellow cadets committed to Egyptian nationalism.
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Arabic articles were marked by phrasing such as Syrian refugee, crisis, people, and Syria.
"We started working on this project five years ago and today we launched it with 500,000 Arabic articles, the largest content of Arabic [information in one place].
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There were many English and Arabic articles that were written about Sweden in Saudi newspapers.
"Our goal is to increase Arabic e-content, whether written or audio, and to do that we have got to increase Arabic content," said Mubarak, who pointed out that Taghreedat's other projects include increasing the number of Arabic articles in Wikipedia since there are only 154,000 articles, as well as in Wikiquotes that has only 540 Arabic quotes.