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Reading Comprehension Exercise: “Shop Bahrain” Posted by on Nov 26, 2015

اِقــرأ الـقــطـــعــــة  الـتــالــيـــة ثــم أجـــب عـــن الأســئــلـــــــة Read the and following passage and then answer the questions:      “تـسـتـعـد مـمـلـكـة الـبـحـريـن لاسـتـضـافـة مـهـرجـان الـبـحـريـن لـلـتـسـوق فـى نـسـخـتـه الـثـانـيـة (الـبـحـريـن .. تـتـسـوّق) فـى اِحـتـفـالـيـةٍ عـائـلـيـةٍ مـمـتـعـةٍ و مـلـيـئـةٍ بـالـمـفـاجـآت ، حـيـثُ سـتـكـون الأكـبـر عـلـى مـسـتـوى الـمـمـلـكـة. و سـوف تـسـتـمـر فـعـالـيـات الـمـهـرجـان لـمـدة ثـلاثـيـن يـومـاً بـدءاً مـن…

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How Ancient Arabic Books Help Understand Today’s Weird Climate Change Posted by on Mar 1, 2012

  Who would have anticipated that كُتُبٌ عَرَبِيَّــــــــــة قَدِيــــــــــمة (old Arabic books), far from being “woefully outdated”, would maintain a thriving relevance for several centuries to come, and help humanity understand a world beyond the time and place they were written in—Our world today? Three days ago, the UK’s Daily Mail published an article citing an academic…

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Even Stronger Winds of Change Posted by on Feb 23, 2011

The winds of change started in Tunisia, followed by Egypt. Now, demonstrations are everywhere in the Arab world, Yeme, Libya, Morocco, Bahrain and Kuwait. Libya in particular presents a very critical situation at the moment, as the Libyan regime under Gadafi is using unprecedented violence to crush the revolution, including the use of live ammunition…

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