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French influence in North Africa falters amid new global realities

The Arab Weekly 01 Dec 2022
It ranked behind English, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic ... Linguistic usage in Tunisia, for instance, has increasingly made French an elite language while a process of “creolisation” installed a hybrid form of Arabic peppered with French as the common spoken tongue ... Oussama Romdhani is the chief editor of the Arab Weekly.
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Genocidal Antisemitism Is Conquering American Campuses

The Algemeiner 30 Nov 2022
In the words of Abdul Rachman Azzad, Secretary-General of the Arab League, “This will be a war of extermination and momentous massacre which will be spoken of like the Mongolian massacre and the Crusades.”Related coverage ... The Palestinian Arabs subsequently labeled this outcome their “Naqba,” or “catastrophe.”.
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Census 2021: England no longer a majority Christian country

The National 29 Nov 2022
The proportion of people describing themselves as Christian in England and Wales has fallen below 50 per cent for the first time, statistics released from the 2021 census show ... · Arabic was spoken by 159,000 people, rising from seventh to sixth most common other language, and more common than French, Chinese, Portuguese or Spanish ... ....
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Sharjah's National Day 2022 celebrations will showcase strong sense of culture

The National 28 Nov 2022
Much like its neighbouring emirates, Sharjah has curated an eventful weekend to celebrate National Day — from cultural activities to musical performances ... Al Madam ... Aside from singing, he also performs spoken poetry. Billed as one of the most prominent Arabic pop artists since the mid-1990s, Haddad comes from Lebanon, but holds Emirati citizenship.
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Flashes of Arab unity at World Cup after years of discontent

Chatanooga Times Free Press 27 Nov 2022
Such Arab unity is hard to come by and fleeting when it arrives ... The Arab world's division start even with the Arabic language. Spoken Arabic changes regionally, with the Berber-infused Arabic of North Africa, the rapid-fire Egyptian heard in movies and television comedies, the soft Levantine drawl and the guttural dialect of the Gulf Arabs.
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Herdman’s inspiration try at World Cup, provokes Croatia

The Associated Press 26 Nov 2022
Such Arab unity is hard to come by and fleeting when it arrives ... The Arab world's division start even with the Arabic language. Spoken Arabic changes regionally, with the Berber-infused Arabic of North Africa, the rapid-fire Egyptian heard in movies and television comedies, the soft Levantine drawl and the guttural dialect of the Gulf Arabs.
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Algeria introduces English to counterbalance French

The New Arab 22 Nov 2022
But as there were not enough Arabic-trained Algerian teachers, the regime came up with a solution ... In fact, literary Arabic is the language taught in Algerian schools. From the age of six, schoolchildren learn it even if it is not the language spoken at home, since this may be Algerian Arabic or Berber or – rarely – French.
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Denmark held by fired-up Tunisia in World Cup opener

Gulf Daily News 22 Nov 2022
Tunisia, who this week had spoken of their pride at qualifying for World Cup in an Arab country, were fired up from the first whistle, celebrating each tackle like a goal, and had two excellent chances to open the scoring ... There were other chances in the game as well ... .
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Denmark and Tunisia play out first goalless stalemate of World Cup

Independent online (SA) 22 Nov 2022
CHECK OUT THE FREE IOL SPORT WORLD CUP DIGIMAG HERE! ... Tunisia, who this week had spoken of their pride at qualifying for World Cup in an Arab country, were fired up from the first whistle, celebrating each tackle like a goal, and had two excellent chances to open the scoring ... There were other chances in the game as well ... Reuters .
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World Cup: Tunisia dare the Danes, snatch a point

The Telegraph India 22 Nov 2022
“We played too nervously and too slow, and we didn’t find ourselves in the first half,” Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand said ... Tunisia, who this week had spoken of their pride at qualifying for World Cup in an Arab country, were fired up from the first whistle, celebrating each tackle like a goal, and had two excellent chances to open the scoring ... .
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Denmark held by fired-up Tunisia in World Cup openerTunisia, who this week had spoken of ...

Deccan Herald 22 Nov 2022
Also Read — Messi laments 'five minutes of mistakes' against Saudi Arabia ... Tunisia, who this week had spoken of their pride at qualifying for World Cup in an Arab country, were fired up from the first whistle, celebrating each tackle like a goal, and had two excellent chances to open the scoring ... There were other chances in the game as well ... Sign Up.
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Denmark and Tunisia fight to scoreless draw at World Cup

Toronto Sun 22 Nov 2022
Advertisement 2. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below ... Postmedia Network Inc. ... Tunisia, who this week had spoken of their pride at qualifying forin an Arab country, were fired up from the first whistle, celebrating each tackle like a goal and had two excellent chances to open the scoring ... .
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Tunisia need to pull out all stops against Denmark

Business Day 21 Nov 2022
“Our group will not be easy, the draw has not been kind,” he told reporters on Monday. “Denmark is among the best squads in Europe ... “But we will give our all ... We are representing all Arab nations and we deserve to be here,” he said ... “I think everyone has spoken about this, we are in an Arab country and we have to respect the culture,” Kadri says.
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FIFA World Cup 2022: Alcohol norms to what to wear, here are travel tips for those visiting Qatar

Financial Express 21 Nov 2022
FIFA World Cup 2022. Qatar is expecting around 1.5 million spectators during the FIFA World Cup 2022 matches, from November 20 to December 18. Follow Us. FIFA World Cup 2022 started on Sunday in Qatar ... COVID Regulations.  ... The ultimate burger list ... The official language in Qatar is Arabic, but English is commonly spoken throughout all public places.
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Readers reply: what would happen if we changed our spellings to match phonetics?

The Observer 20 Nov 2022
We have its legacy today in, for example, “was” – which people used to pronounce “wass”, or “knight” which was spoken as something like “k-nikt” ... The Roman alphabet contains only five vowels; however, spoken English has 12, so presumably you would need a new alphabet – along the lines of the International Phonetic Alphabet – in order to write them.

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