Online Arabic Language Course

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ILF ICNA-NJ Presents
Madinah Arabic Course – Online

What’s so unique about this course?
Watch this video to find out! Video Glimpses of the Course

Interestingly, the course is taught in Arabic only, where instructor doesn’t use english or any other language to explain the concept. This methodology employs NLP techniques where concepts are taught through body language, drawings, without resorting to translation. This generates amazing results, as this is the same methodology used at Islamic university of Madinah where in each class there are students from 30 different language backgrounds, and teacher has no choice but to explain the concepts in Arabic only. The session in this video is 5th session of Arabic course.

Course Objective:

The course will instill in students the love and motivation to learn Arabic language and enable them to start thinking directly in Arabic without using the translation methodology.


As taught at Islamic university of Madinah along with Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques.

The curriculum will be a combination of selected parts from:
* Madinah Arabic book One; and

* “Arabic in your hands” العربية بين يديك Book One


8 online sessions (one month – twice a week)
At the end of level one, the students will be able to:
* Construct sentences
* Start developing brief Quranic understanding
* Discuss their daily routine
* Count from 1 to 100
Ability to read Quranic text.
Note: Course content can be modified subject to participants’ proficiency.
About the Instructor:
Muhammad Ibrahim Ali studied Arabic language at Islamic University of Madinah in 2003. He has ever since been involved in teaching and promoting Arabic language, developing effective teaching techniques to non-natives, training teachers, designing effective curriculums. He is the founder & director of “Arabic for Ummah”. He has conducted various intensive, short and long Arabic language programs. He is also a Society of NLP (USA) Licensed NLP(Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Practitioner. He incorporates NLP techniques while teaching Arabic.

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