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Studio Arabiya was recently interviewed by a staff member of SuhaibWebb.com  as a part of the "Muslims Making a Difference" series.  The interview covers the background and history of starting up Stud...
As I was browsing the Internet last night, I was surprised at the many websites - for teaching Arabic as well as other languages - claiming that they can teach you a language in an amazingly short tim...
One of the many neat things a student of Arabic will first learn about the language is that many of its words can be traced back to a triliteral root.  This means that there are usually three base let...
Bismillah Arrahman Arraheem  In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Kind My adventure in learning the wonderful Deen of Al-Islam has brought me upon many paths.  For so many years, since em...
Studio Arabiya has recently been featured at  ummihomeschoolsme.wordpress.com - a blog by Umm Raiyaan, a homeschooling mom. I would thoroughly recommend the Arabic program at Studio Arabiya. I’ve seen...
Learning Arabic can be an amazing experience.   For Muslims, one of its greatest benefits is in helping one understand the sacred words of the Quran, the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be up...
I'm so excited about our review in Al Jumuah Magazine that came out in late February, I wanted to quickly share a few features that were pointed out by the author.   Alhumdulillah, Studio Arabiya got ...
Searching for the right language teacher for your Arabic studies can, at first, seem very easy.  Search online and you'll see Arabic classes taught by 'Native Speakers' all over the place, ready to te...
Dar al-Uloom was founded in 1871 in Cairo, Egypt.  It is both an Islamic and modern secondary educational institution.  It began as a means to introduce those in mosque colleges to new knowledge emana...
Al-Azhar University was founded in Cairo, Egypt around 970-972 by the Fatimid dynasty of Egypt, descended from Fatimah, daughter of Muhammad.  Fatimah was called Az-Zahra (the brilliant) and the unive...

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