Best Learning Arabic Podcasts

Best Learning Arabic Podcasts

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Language Learning Collection by Various
Language Learning Collection by Various
11 h ago
Loyal Books
This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource. The Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and encountering new languages or provide guides for correct pronunciation, writing or discourse in a language. These works could describe English or any other language whatsoever, from Latin to Sumerian, Chinese to Wampanoag, Esperanto to Swahili (etc.).This Volume includes a treatise by Sir Arthur Cotton, author of an "Arabic Primer". His daughter, Lady Hope, on page 523 of her biography of her father, writes that he "had very strong theories on the subject of learning “Living Languages,” his opinion being that, as every child who comes into the world learns its mother tongue orally, and at first without grammar… so the learning of all modern languages would be very much facilitated by a similar process." Also included are the orientalist E.G. Browne's opinions on language learning (taken from the introduction to A Year Amongst the Persians), the first lesson from Dr. Emil Otto's "French Conversation-Grammar", a talk by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá on the need for a universal auxiliary language, Samuel Johnson's "A Grammar of the English Tongue", several sections from Henry Sweet's "First Steps in Anglo-Saxon", Lessons 1 - 5 from "Esperanto in Twenty Lessons", two sections on language by Varro, a story in Latin from "Fabulae Faciles", "Greek Lessons: 1-10", the Phonology Section from a "Primer of Persian" and Lessons 1 - 19 from "A Practical Arabic Course".
Omar Suleiman
Omar Suleiman
3 d ago
Muslim Central
Imam Omar Suleiman is the Founder and President of the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research and a professor of Islamic Studies at Southern Methodist University. He’s also the resident scholar of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center, and Co-Chair of Faith Forward Dallas at Thanks-Giving Square, a multi-faith alliance for peace and justice. Originally from New Orleans, LA, he began his journey of traditional Islamic learning in the year 2000 and has spent years studying in the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Malaysia, etc. Upon becoming certified in various traditional sciences, he completed a Bachelor’s degree in Islamic law, a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, a Master’s degree in Islamic Finance, a Master’s Degree in Political History, and is in the process of completing his PhD from the International Islamic University of Malaysia in Islamic Thought and Civilization. His career started in his hometown of New Orleans where he served as the Imam of the Jefferson Muslim Association in New Orleans for 6 years and directed the ICNA Relief “Muslims for Humanity” Hurricane Katrina Relief effort. It was in this time that he was noted on a national level as being a strong advocate of community service, interfaith dialogue, and social justice. He co-founded the East Jefferson Interfaith Clergy Association and was awarded for his outstanding civic achievement by the Mayor and City Council of New Orleans in 2010. He then moved to Dallas and became the Resident Scholar of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center in 2013 and more recently, Co-Chair of Faith Forward Dallas at Thanks-Giving Square. In Dallas, he has been a noted leader and voice for peace, and has partaken as a representative of the Muslim Community in many city functions. He has since been a guest at various national functions to share his experiences in community building. Shaykh Omar most recently founded the Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research which is a think tank that focuses on instilling conviction based on Islamic texts, and producing contribution. He also founded M.U.H.S.E.N (Muslims Understanding and Helping Special Education Needs), a nonprofit umbrella organization serving the community to establish a more inclusive “Special Friendly” environment for our Brothers & Sisters of all Disabilities.
Ahmed Aissa El Masarawi
Ahmed Aissa El Masarawi
2019 SEP 24
Quran Central
Ahmed Aissa El Masarawi was born n March 1953, a truly able and eminent Quran reciter, Sheikh Dr. Ahmed Aissa Hasan El Masarawi, stepped into this world in Dakahlia, Egypt. The seeds of the passion and love for Quran were embedded into him from childhood in Dandit village. His grandfather took him to the school only specialized in Quran learning where he learned the Quran by heart at the age of 10. Then Sheikh Ahmed al Masarawi got approval of his hard work in memorization from Sheikh Abdul Hakim Abdul Latif and Sheikh Muhammad Abdul Hamid Abdullah. The Institute of Shubra al-Azhari Balkhazindarh was his true homecoming where he met the stalwarts of the field such as the late Sheikh Al Hamzana, Sheikh Mohammed Elitr, and Sheikh Ahmed El Ashmouni. The Faculty of Islamic Studies Al-Azhar University helped him achieve Bachelors degree in Islamic and Arabic Studies followed by a Masters in Hadith and then succeeded with a Doctorate in the same field in 1992. Sheikh al Masarawi had an illustrative career what with teaching at Al Azhar institute and then being rightfully leveraged to Assistant Professor and then Head of the entire department. Another noteworthy feather in his cap was being designated as the Chairman of the Committee review of the Quran in the Islamic Research Academy in 2003. Sheikh al Masarawi has authored many wonderful and well-documented books to his credit among which some find special mention such as “Minhat Alfattah fi Ahadith Annikah”, “Nikah Al Mut’a Bayna attahlil wa At Tahrim”, and “Ahkam Annodor Min sunnati Ar Rasul”.

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