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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › InshallahInshallah - Wikipedia

    In sha'Allah (/ ɪ n ˈ ʃ æ l ə /; Arabic: إِنْ شَاءَ ٱللَّٰهُ, romanized: ʾIn shāʾ Allāh Arabic pronunciation: [ʔin ʃaː.ʔa‿ɫ.ɫaːh]), also spelled In shaa Allah, InshAllah, Insya Allah and İnşAllah is an Arabic language expression meaning "if God wills" or "God willing".

  2. The Simple English Wikipedia is an English-language version of Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia, written in a language that is easy to understand but still natural and grammatical. [1] All of the articles in the Simple English Wikipedia use shorter sentences and easier words and grammar than the regular English Wikipedia . [2]

  3. Arabic script (Arab 160, Aran 161) – used for Arabic and many other languages. Hebrew alphabet (Hebr 125) – used for Hebrew, Yiddish and some other Jewish languages. Thaana (Thaa 170) – used for Dhivehi. Syriac alphabet (Syrc 135, variants 136–138 Syrn, Syrj, Syre) – used for varieties of the Syriac language.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Rotana_GroupRotana Group - Wikipedia

    Rotana Media Group, commonly known as Rotana (Arabic: روتانا, romanized: Rōtānā), is a Saudi Arabian entertainment company. It is primarily owned by Saudi prince Al Waleed bin Talal . The media conglomerate includes a film production company (Rotana Studios), free to air television stations (Rotana TV), music channels (Rotana Radio), a ...

  5. Arabic speakers make up 85% of the population. Several modern Arabic dialects are used in everyday life, most notably Levantine in the west and Mesopotamian in the northeast. A report published by the UNHCR points out that "while the majority of Syrians are considered Arabs, this is a term based on spoken language (Arabic), not ethnicity."

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  7. Ibn Sirin (654-728), author of work on dreams and dream interpretation; Al-Kindi (801-873) (Alkindus), pioneer of psychotherapy and music therapy; Ali ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabari (9th century), pioneer of psychiatry, clinical psychiatry and clinical psychology

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