Arabic-language love

Arabic-language

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  • The movie makers released four takes of the movie through the Arabic-language web site and asked for feedback from forum users.

    Al-Qaeda plans cartoon recruiting film for kids

  • The movie makers released four takes of the movie through the Arabic-language web site and asked for feedback from forum users.

    Al-Qaeda plans cartoon recruiting film for kids

  • As a language instructor at a military academy, I can echo what many of the comments made concerning both the quantity of Arabic-language specialists the Armed Forces are producing, as well the differences between dialects.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Arabic Language Expertise in the Military

  • Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images This car, which belongs to the Arabic-language television network al Jazeera, was torched in Tripoli.

    Lebanese Protest Prime Minister Pick

  • Abu Walid al-Masri, the Egyptian editor of the Arabic-language magazine of the Taliban, recalled that al-Qaeda hard-liners, like the military commander Mohammed Atef, pushed for acquiring nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons capabilities.

    The Longest War

  • Mr. Salim has become increasingly vocal since the Brotherhood in late April backed the protest movement, appearing on Arabic-language television programs to support what the group has called a "peaceful, popular intifada," or resistance.

    Brotherhood Raises Syria Profile

  • Abu Walid al-Masri, the Egyptian editor of the Arabic-language magazine of the Taliban, recalled that al-Qaeda hard-liners, like the military commander Mohammed Atef, pushed for acquiring nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons capabilities.

    The Longest War

  • Abu Walid al-Masri, the Egyptian editor of the Arabic-language magazine of the Taliban, recalled that al-Qaeda hard-liners, like the military commander Mohammed Atef, pushed for acquiring nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons capabilities.

    The Longest War

  • IRIB also runs an Arabic-language news channel and a number of Persian-language channels.

    Tehran's TV Channel Loses British License

  • Abu Walid al-Masri, the Egyptian editor of the Arabic-language magazine of the Taliban, recalled that al-Qaeda hard-liners, like the military commander Mohammed Atef, pushed for acquiring nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons capabilities.

    The Longest War

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