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Libyan Porridge: ʕASSeedah عَصيدَه Posted by on Nov 8, 2021

In this post, you will be introduced to the Libyan version النسخة الليبية of porridge من العصيدة. I decided to dedicate this post to this dessert as the Islamic world celebrated بما أن العالم الإسلامي قد احتفل the birth of the Prophet Muhammad مولد الرسول محمد (صلّى الله عليه وسلّم) (Peace be upon him) a…

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Domestic tourism in Covid-19 times السياحة الداخلية (2) Posted by on Sep 27, 2021

Welcome to the 2nd part of this blog post مرحبًا بكم في الجزء الثاني من هذه المدونة. Last week, we started talking about domestic/ local tourism السِّيَاحَة الدَّاخِلِيَّة that has been quite popular lately because of the pandemic. We started focusing on article from BBC Arabic that focuses on the tourism situation within the UK…

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Domestic tourism in Covid-19 times السياحة الداخلية (1) Posted by on Sep 20, 2021

Welcome to a new blog post مرحبًا بكم في مدونة جديدة. Since the beginning of the pandemic, most people were prevented from traveling مٌنِعَ كَثِيرٌ مِنَ النَّاسِ مِنَ السَّفَرْ. Many, as a result, started to travel within their countries بدأ الكَثِيرُونَ فِي السَّفَرِ فِي الدَّاخِل  and explore the parts واكْتِشَافِ الأَجْزَاءِ  they have not been…

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Song: “Oh Eid  يا عيد “ Posted by on May 13, 2021

The Eid spirit is all around us! Today is first day of عيد الفطر Eid Al-fiTr. I wish those who celebrate Eid a very joyful one  كل عام وأنتم بخير – عيد مبارك Kul  ‘aam  wa  aantu-m  bi-khair, Eid Mubarak     On this day, I would like to share a lovely song, produced by Zain…

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Another Ramadan رَمَضان During the Coronavirus Pandemic Posted by on Apr 14, 2021

Ramadan رَمَضان is here so رَمَضان كَريم! ☺Despite this being the second رَمَضان during the pandemic, many people are still trying to keep the رَمَضان spirit going. In this post, I thought we’d first read a news update in Modern Standard Arabic regarding the danger of gatherings during رَمَضان in Middle Eastern countries. We’ll then…

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