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Language of Europe, superimposed over the political borders. What struck me: Basque and Hungarian have their own categories. Technically, so does Maltese, but that’s a semitic language and related to Arabic and Hebrew, among others. Also, “other...


Who are the Semitic people? The shocking true answer is;The LARGEST POPULATION OF SEMITES ARE THE ARABS WITH THEIR DIFFERENT RELIGIONS ( ATHEIST, CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS ,JEWS, OR ANY OTHER FAITH) AND NOT JEWS ONLY,followed by large numbers of non-Semitic Berbers in North Africa and Ethiopian Semites in the Horn of Africa.The whole world have been deluded by this biggest falsification of mankind history,as it is used widely to cover the non Arab jews who are not semites!!!!

Greek Alphabet Greek civilization laid the foundation for many of the accomplishments of the western world. the Greeks took the Phoenician or North Semitic alphabet and changed five consonants to vowels. Greeks applied geometric structure and order to the uneven Phoenician characters, converting them into art forms of great harmony and beauty. greeks developed Boustrophedon writing method-for every other line reads in the opposite direction.


5.2.6 - VSO word order Present in most Semitic languages, some Nilo-Saharan languages (Maasai for example), most Phillipine languages, all Oceanic languages, most Celtic languages and some families in central and north America (including...

Semitic Geographic distribution:Middle East, North Africa, Northeast Africa and Malta Linguistic classification:Afro-Asiatic Semitic Proto-language:Proto-Semitic Subdivisions:East Semitic (extinct) Central Semitic South Semitic Approximate historical distribution of Semitic languages


Maha has tons of videos on YouTube with Arabic lessons - this one was super useful for me, to learn the pronunciation of the very difficult Arabic- A'yn (ع) sound