تأثير اللغة العربية في لغات الشعوب الإسلامية وآدابها

الصلات، التلاقي الفكري، التأثير العربي في الأوردية والفارسية والتركية والملايوية

  • صلاح الدين الأزهري
  • سارة الحاج أحمد

Abstract

The national intolerance and arrogance often leads to the isolation of national language and literature from the useful intellectual and cultural currents help to enrich the language and literature. The Languages and Literatures by the connection among the different languages and literatures gain the cultural reflections and social concepts vary in different societies and environments. We present a manifestation of the links among the languages and literatures of Islamic peoples, and the influence of Arabic in the languages of Islamic Literatures, such as Persian, Urdu, Turkish and Malay and other languages and their literatures. All of these languages and literatures are influenced in their depths and dimensions by the Islamic civilization, and in any way we cannot cut the link amongst them, because they all present the images of Islamic nation and civilization. The languages of these literatures are affected by Arabic language, as there are countless Arabic words in their use, this is an evidence that they all branched out from one origin, which is the religion of Islam, therefore, who will study them study the civilization of Islam in all of its manifestations. The impact resulted from the mixing and contact between two nations is very necessary and a normal thing, which is very important, because it leads the national languages and literatures to alleviate the intolerance. It should be also noted that the best part of these literatures is that one, which was produced after the intellectual convergence between these literatures without the feeling of national intolerance.

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Published
2018-12-28
How to Cite
الأزهري, صلاح الدين; الحاج أحمد, سارة. تأثير اللغة العربية في لغات الشعوب الإسلامية وآدابها. Al-Ḍād Journal, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, p. 117 - 127, dec. 2018. ISSN 2637-1146. Available at: <https://ejournal.um.edu.my/index.php/aldaad/article/view/15482>. Date accessed: 24 may 2019.
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