Arabic for Dummies
Amine Bouchentouf talked about his book, Arabic For Dummies, published by For Dummies. He argued that private citizens and government employees would increase their understanding of Middle East culture by learning the Arabic language, or becoming familiar with the language. The interview was recorded at the Strand Bookstore in New York City. close
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