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By ISABEL DEBRE and FARES AKRAM
October 25, 2021
AP NEWS
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- In Gaza and Syria, journalists and activists feel Facebook censors their speech, flagging inoffensive Arabic posts as terrorist content. In India and Myanmar, political groups use Facebook to incite violence.
News Desk
August 26, 2021
News18
'Shura' is Arabic for consultation or council. The word provides the title of the 42nd surah of the Quran, in which believers are exhorted to conduct their affairs "by mutual consultation."
Hozpitality Group
June 11, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Hozpitality Group opened free online nominations for the 7th Middle East Hospitality Excellence Awards 2021. Danube Hospitality Solutions and...
Tage Kene-Okafor
May 31, 2021
TechCrunch
There are more than 400 million Arabic speakers globally and that number isn't slowing down anytime soon. Arabic, to most people, is a tough language even to those who speak it. According to Duolingo, someone fluent in Egyptian Arabic might not fully understand Yemeni Arabic speakers because of the vast difference in dialect. While individuals [...]
Science X staff
May 31, 2021
phys.org
Arabic speakers worldwide can now access a library of kid-friendly scientific articles thanks to a newly launched educational resource. Penned by leading scientists and published in Arabic by scholarly publisher Frontiers, the online learning resource includes a collection of fascinating scientific articles designed to inspire the next generation of young scientists. Ranging from galactic astronomy to treating human diseases to environmental sciences, this is the first free resource of its kind to be available in Arabic.
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