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Arabian Culture and Customs
Descriptions of some of the customs followed in different social interactions in Arab nations.
Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Aims to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, and empower American muslims.
A Chilean site provides information about the Arab immigration to South America, institutions, community, photos and more. In spanish.
A quarterly Arab cultural periodical published by the Research Center of Arab Heritage.
Arabic culture and traditions website, offers Arabic stories and tales, profiles of Arab personalities, information on Arab cities, Arabic music and arts and more.
Oriental Institute - Chicago Hittite Dictionary Project
Conceived in answer to a recognized need for a Hittite-English lexical tool, a concordance for lexicographical research for all parts of the corpus of Hittite texts.
Culture of the Middle East
Focuses on the cultures and traditions of Oriental and Middle Eastern countries.
Arab cultural and social website. Provides a collection of Arab cultural information, books, islamic resources and more.
Ethnologue.com - Arabic, Gulf Spoken
Spoken in Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Yemen.
Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)
Association of muslim organizations and individuals that provides a common platform for presenting islam, supporting muslim communities, developing educational, social and outreach programs.
Ethnologue.com - Arabic, Moroccan Spoken
A language of Morocco.
International Institute of Islamic Thought
A private, non-profit, academic and cultural institution, concerned with general issues of Islamic thought.
Project funded by the German Foreign Office. Aims to promote dialogue with the Islamic world.
Institut Francais du Proche Orient (IFPO)
Website of the French Institute for the Near East, center for social studies on Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Palestine and Iraq. Currents projects, publications and latest news.
Arabic Chat Alphabet - Wikipedia
A special Arabic chat alphabet aka Arabizi that uses Latin alphabets and numbers to replace Arabic characters, frequently used to communicate over the Internet and in sending messages.