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Brothers and sisters in Islam,

This beneficial blog presented by From Print to Practice is the manifestation of massive ambitions. We are committed to making what can be a difficult experience while learning Arabic, simple just for you. As our name conveys, we revive the ink on the pages in the books of knowledge, making it a comprehensive reality to be practiced and implemented by you, the learner. Concerning Arabic, we have focused on removing the difficulties for those who struggle to become proficient in this beautiful, picturesque language. No, you are not alone in your plight. Students from all over the world embark upon learning Arabic only to find several obstacles and pitfalls on their path, which prevent them from exceeding. This frustration has caused many hard-working and diligent students like you to despair of ever obtaining a strong comprehension of the Arabic language, while others hold on to lingering hopes of proficiency. In consideration of this dilemma, we are more than honored to take you by the hand and lead you step by step to the threshold of studying Arabic with proficiency. Verily, there are plenty of misconceptions, exaggerations, and blatant fabrications regarding learning Arabic. There are those who claim to have found newly invented ways to grasp this language. Some assert this can be accomplished easily, within a short time. In contrast, others promise this goal by memorizing an abundance of vocabulary words. The truth of the matter is there are no shortcuts. However, with proper directions, good study habits, and a well-structured course, learning can be simplified, and the goal can be achieved.

Our intention with this blog is to pave the way for you to learn Arabic correctly by explaining to you the necessary tools needed to achieve your goal and to rid you of erroneous conceptions which only cause intimidation. Do not be from among the innumerous who embarked upon studying Arabic but did not excel. Learning Arabic requires more than a class. Instead, it necessitates a course of study. Thus, we present to you the curriculum that was used in the renowned School of Hadith in Damaaj, Yemen, founded by the late honorable Shaykh Muqbil Ibn Hadi Al-Wadi’ee (may Allah bestow His mercy upon him). The reputation and scholastic achievements of this institution speak for themselves. At this prestigious school, students from various parts of the world learned Arabic by utilizing a concise curriculum titled “The Beneficial Fundamentals in Learning the Arabic Language,” written by Abu Rayhana Abdul-Hakim Kamil, a student of the late Shaykh Muqbil Ibn Hadi Al-Wadi’ee. He was motivated to write what became a series of 5-books when he found many non-Arab students struggling to learn Arabic and became overwhelmed by these difficulties and eventually abandoned their studies. He observed these difficulties primarily stemmed from faulty study habits along with many deficiencies he found in the books that were written to teach Arabic. Thus, before the book distribution and the commencement of our free online classes, we want to prepare you with the do’s and don’ts of learning Arabic to ensure that you achieve the full benefit of each lesson and proceed through the book with confidence and satisfaction.

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  1. السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته! جزاك الله خيرا! بارك الله فيك!

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With over 20 years of experience in studying and teaching Islam and the Arabic language, Abu Rayhana Abdul-Hakim Kamil has authored the 5 part Arabic course entitled “The Beneficial Fundamentals in Learning The Arabic Language” with the goal of enabling students across the globe to become proficient in the Arabic language.

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