Effects of Global War on Terrorism on the Growth of Arabic Language
Dr. Ibrahim Abubakar Imam

The growth in the study of Arabic language and indeed Arabic literature has been fluctuating over time. Arabic has been a language of interest from the early stage of Islamic civilization for many individuals, groups and governments around the world since then. However, the episode of the September 11,2001 attacks on the World Trade Centre WTC at the United State of America has drawn more attention towards Arabic as a language spoken by most, if not all of the Caribbean suddenly became curious in understanding not only the language of Arabic, but also literature of the language as a means getting into the dynamics and under-currents inherent within the Arab culture and perhaps their religion that gingered some of its people into such a massive planned and courageous’ act of violence on other peoples. For this many thing affected the language positively and negatively. Many enrolled themselves in different institutions to learn Arabic language. In addition to this, Arabic and Arab nations in Middle East are currently important factors influencing the trends in global politics today. This is because the economic, political and strategic importance they constitute to the interests of the so-called global powers of the world. This paper examines the impact of global war on terrorism on Arabic language with aim at proffering some solutions.

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