Whoever Digs a Hole for His Fellow Man – Arabic Proverbs

Proverbs have always been words of wisdom uttered by our ancestors in an eloquent style. Whoever digs a hole for his fellow man [to fall into], falls into it himself. The proverb is used when someone tries to harm his fellow man but gets harmed himself.

By |2017-03-18T04:48:23+00:00June 22nd, 2015|Culture, Videos|0 Comments

Maqam Nahawand: Maqamat (Musical Odes) Overview

The Maqamat (Arabic musical odes) are 8 scales in number. Contained in the mnemonic  (Made by your magic). Today's lesson is about Maqam Nahawand. It is a maqam that is romantic and passionate. It is loved by many for it's ability to bear the feeling of yearning. Yearning that from the heart that swiftly strikes [...]

By |2017-03-25T20:38:00+00:00April 2nd, 2014|Videos|0 Comments


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