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Worried about learning Arabic fast? We got you covered with the right ways on how to learn Arabic the fastest way. Click here for more.

You may be wondering how to learn Arabic fast. With us, you will know all about the tips and tricks of doing it the best way. We call it the Kaleela way. Listen to this.. There are so many ways of learning languages nowadays. Education has evolved and people look for the best ways every single day. Unfortunately, due to the new discoveries in education, technology, and...

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With all of the benefits that come along with learning Arabic today, why haven’t you started today?

Thinking about learning Arabic but unsure what you’ll gain from it? Maybe you’ve thought Well, today’s your lucky day as we present ten great reasons why Arabic might just be the choice language for you! Arabic Is The Fifth Most Commonly Spoken Language In The World The first reason why Arabic language is important to learn is that it’s the official language of 20 countries. And within...

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Watching Arabic TV shows, movies, series are a great way to immerse in the language. Watch more TV and learn more Arabic. It’s just that simple.

It’s no secret that when you’re learning a language, you’re also learning a culture. This means if you’re learning Arabic, you’re also learning about Arab culture. So, why don’t you use the culture of Arab TV to learn to speak Arabic better? We’ve talked before about the amazing Egyptian film industry. If you are watching films in Arabic, this can help you better learn Arabic language...

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Islamic art has notable achievements in ceramics. Find out why this Islamic art has endured for years in this article on Middle Eastern ceramics.

The history of ceramics in Islamic art is unique like none of its contemporaries. The rest of the world was making unglazed pottery. Meanwhile, Islamic potters were developing a tin-opacified glazing. Some of these are on the blue-painted ware of Basra, Iraq, that dates as far back as 700 AD. Additionally, 9th century Iraqi Islamic potters also contributed to the creation of stonepaste ceramics. This is...

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If you’ve been studying Arabic for awhile now and you’re not reading blogs in Arabic yet, today is the day to start. Find out why and how to get started in this article.

There are plenty of blogs out there for just about any subject you might be interested in from sports blogs to make-up tutorial blogs to blogs on how to make better blogs. And these blogs on just about every subject come in just about every language – including Arabic. Now, you may be thinking: “Sure, I know there’re Arabic blogs out there, but I don’t think...

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You’ve filled your stomach with Moroccan main courses like spicy couscous and savory tagine. Now fill your sweet tooth with these Moroccan desserts!

We’ve already talked about Moroccan food and how mouthwatering it is. However, do you want to know what’s even more mouthwatering than Moroccan main courses? That’s right! Moroccan desserts and here are a few to whet your appetite: Halwa Chebakia Halwa Chebakia is a chewy, crunchy, honey-coated Moroccan sesame cookie. Moroccans make it by arranging rolled-out dough into a flower shape, frying it and then dipping it into...

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“Is Moroccan food spicy?”. Find out the answer to this question along with other facts about Morocco's food and the culture behind in this article

In the United States in 2018, culinary experts from all over America were hyping Moroccan food as the next “up-and-coming cuisine”. Four out of 10 consumers had an interest in the kingdom’s savory dishes. However, what Western chefs were touting as the latest fad in food was really nothing new to Moroccans. They had already been “trending” the blend of irresistible flavors and beautifully textured...

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Follow our seven simple steps to creating the traditional Jordanian dish of the Bedouins known as zarb. You will never go back to traditional barbeque

If you were to ask for zarb’s definition, we’d have to describe it as the ancient, traditional, and probably most dramatic, Bedouin style of cooking meat or chicken. Basically, it's an underground oven of hot coals beneath the desert sands. The cooking method makes the meat so tender, it literally falls right off the bones. If you’ve ever been on one of those Wadi Rum...

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For some natural cave art like you’ll see no other place on Earth, read this article on visiting Jeita Grotto in Lebanon.

From the fertile Bekaa Valley to its snow-capped peaks of its mountains, Lebanon offers an all at once diverse landscape for its somewhat small size. However, take a look closer into one of its regions known as the Nahr El-Kalb Valley. It is here that you’ll find one of the most splendid wonders of nature in the Middle-East. Of course, we’re talking about the Jeita...

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