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Abu Dhabi, UAETuesday 25 September 2018

Beyond the Headlines podcast: World Arabic Language Day special 

The National's Mina Aldroubi is joined by Naser Al Wasmi and Saeed Saeed on World Arabic Language Day to discuss how a language that has prevailed in the Islamic Golden Age is coping in today’s modern world

With the latest investment, Amanat's portfolio has expanded to include three education assets in the UAE.  Antonie Robertson / The National
With the latest investment, Amanat's portfolio has expanded to include three education assets in the UAE.  Antonie Robertson / The National

Today dozens of countries around the world mark World Arabic Language Day in celebration of the language spoken by more than 420 million people.

The National's Mina Aldroubi, Naser Al Wasmi and Saeed Saeed discuss whether the language is being lost, the importance of preservation and education among Arab youths, and more on this special edition of Beyond the Headlines.

World Arabic Language Day:

The fight to keep Arabic relevant

Parents blame video games, TV for declining Arabic skills

Editorial: Preserving the lingo for future generations is key

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