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Youth development in Saudi Arabia Focus in the direction of young people and their view of development

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Traditional Arabian Gulf fishing/cargo boats Traditional Arabian Gulf fishing/cargo boats..
Tags: doha, قطر, qatar, old, لولوه, pearl, ship
Mariam95 Photography, Colour
Old Souk Moroccan old Souk where Sun play a game with shops and roofs
Tags: souk, arab, orientalist, ink, pastel, morocco, ancient
ReneBrichaux Drawing, Pastel
arabisc decoratio
ZeinabAhmedAli Drawing, Pencil
Arabian Prisoner change your life fight for your life dont share in makeing yourself an arabian prisoner
Tags: what is it
MarwaAdel Mixed Media
Mono Carablanca Un mono muy común en el Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio.
ReinerMora Photography, Colour
Arab Icons....معالم عربية The Arab World consists theoretically of 22 countries: Morocco, Mauritania, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Djibouti, Somalia, Comoros, Yemen, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Kuwait.. While all of these countries share so much in common, in terms of language,...
aymanelhakea Computer Graphics
Arabian Horse Painted in 1988 Watercolour
sassisassoon Painting, Watercolour
Vegetation in 'Arab-Abu-Sa'ed Agricultural plains, 40 kms south of Cairo, Nov. 2006.
aymanelhakea Photography, Colour
Village of 'Arab-Abu-Sa'ed An overview of the village from the top of a bridge "during construction". This area is a typical rural Egyptian region. The cow flock scene has not changed since the time of ancient Egypt! 40 Kms south of Cairo-Nov. 2006.
aymanelhakea Photography, Colour
Ad-Du'aliy, Founder of Arabic Grammar Abul-Aswad Ad-Du'aliy is the founder of "Nahw" or Arabic Grammar. He set up Arabic punctuation, including letter movements "Tahkeel" and added points to differentiate between similar old letters. He lived in Al-Kufa, now in Iraq, by the time of the Caliphate of 'Aliy Ibn Abi-Talib. This cartoon was published for me in fall 2004, by the "Caravan"...
aymanelhakea Cartoons