Human Values in the Structure of the Arabic Language: A Descriptive Analytical Study

Usama Khalid Hammad Usama Khalid Hammad

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This study aims at discovering the relationship between the structure of the Arabic language and the traits, characteristics, ethics and values of the Arabs which are originally connected to the Islamic religion. The study is built on the assumption that there is large harmony between the structure of the Arabic language on one hand and the human characteristics which Islam came to affirm on the other. The reflections of these values are clearly present in the Arabic language as if to say that the structure of the Arabic language is in harmony with these human values just as the Islamic Shariah does. This is why God chooses this language to carry the message of this true religion, which is the religion of pure human instinct. This study also reaches another conclusion which is that the Arabic language has characteristics that are non-present in any other language in the world.


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