This is the article I wrote for elan Magazine.
The evolution of languages is an everlasting process. Since the dawn of humanity, mankind has sought to communicate in various ways. The invention of languages, whether written or spoken, was a milestone in our progress as human beings towards a civilized society. The case with the Arabic language is not different. A Semitic language with over 280 million native speakers spread mainly in the Arab World, Arabic has witnessed major challenges throughout its history. These challenges are a direct threat to the identity of Arabs and the practical use of Arabic in general.
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