This month (01/24) in Media Arabic Booster: articles expressing solidarity with Wael Dahdouh and a translation of "From the Renaissance Dam to Somaliland" in Al Modon
In Arab culture, "marhaban" (مرحبًا) is commonly used as a greeting to welcome someone. However, the core meaning of the root ر-ح-ب is somewhat surprising and shows how deeply the word is connected to Arab culture.
After an Egypt Air flight crashed in 1999 at JFK airport, the US investigators stiffened on the last words of the flight officer: "tawakkaltu ala Allah"
This three-part series of articles is designed to get the trouble out of the way once and for all. Part two is about the conditional words (mainly إن and إذا).
Superman is called Kal El. Batman's enemy is Ra's al-Ghoul. Many names in the comic universe have an Arabic or Hebrew flavor. Why is that? And what do they mean?
Episode #23 of "9273 roots": An interview with Sami Morcos - the man who created a great website that converts any number into Arabic text.
In the Holy Quran there are certain rhetorical styles that are unique. Among them are Iltifat and various forms of emphasis. An overview.
Muslim viewers of the Netflix series "Messiah" were irritated - because they were reminded of the al-Dajjal. Who is the Dajjal?
Episode #18 of my series "9273 roots": 20 questions for the woman who wrote a book about her journey to the Arabic language: Zora O'Neill