Arabic By ajay sharma

Where is Aribic Spoken

In 14 countries Arabic is the official language. These countries are, Bahrian, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Libya, Mauritania, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

How Many People Speak It

One hundred and eighty six to three hundred and twenty three million people speak it natively. Altogether native and non native speakers totals somewhere around four hundred and twenty millionbi

Arabic Foods

Common Arabic dessert called Baklava

Lamb and chicken are the most used, with beef and goat. Other poultry is used in some regions, and fish is used in coastal areas like the Mediterranean sea, Atlantic Ocean or the Red sea. Pork is banned for Muslim Arabs, being both a cultural and religious restriction, and banned under Islamic law. Whereas many Christian Arabs do eat and enjoy pork products, especially in Lebenon, where cold cuts of ham are frequently consumed in Christian neighbourhoods.

Arabic Art

Mandala

Arabic art looks very similar to Buddhists and Hindus mandalas which have many patterns.

Arabic Music

Arab music, while independent and flourishing in the 2000's, has a long history of interaction with many other regional musical styles and genres. Genres of Arabic music consist of R&B, hip-hop, reggae, jazz, rock, and electronic.

Arabic Religion

The most common Aribic spoken religion today is Muslim. The minority religion is Christan.

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