UCLU AMSA in association with UCLU Arab Society presents “Arabic – The Mother of All Languages?”
What is the original language of Homo Sapiens, of which all other languages are derivatives? How did other languages derive from it and most importantly, is that original language still with us today?
He proposed a strong piece of evidence to support this claim by pointing to the highly organised system of “Mufradaat” possessed by Arabic. These “Mufradaat” are the so-called “root-words”, the “simples” or the elementary symbols of speech, which are the basis of all human articulation, and which are so varied and of such a comprehensive character as to serve the needs, not only of ordinary speech, but also the demands of all knowledge, religion, philosophy, culture and science.
Abdul Ghany Jahangheer Khan, French translator of the Holy Qur’an, presented the theory that Arabic is the Mother of All Languages which was followed by a Q&A panel discussion. The session closed with a recitation of Arabic poetry by Hani Tahir.
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- Arabic; a revealed language and the mother of all languages by Dr. Zia H Shah MD
Research by Dr. Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar (late)
- The Source of All Languages [22MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
French, German, Spanish, Latin, Greek, Russian, Persian, Aryan, Hindi, Chinese traced to Arabic
- Dutch and Swedish Traced to Arabic [4MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Egyptian Traced to Arabic [3MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- English Traced to Arabic [26MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Hausa Traced to Arabic [8MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Italian Traced to Arabic [4MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Japanese Traced to Arabic [5MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Sanskrit Traced to Arabic [18MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Sumerian, Akkadian, Bantu Traced to Arabic [2MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Yoruba Traced to Arabic [7MB pdf] – by Muhammad Ahmad Mazhar
- Elementary Arabic: a grammar; being an abridgement of Wright’s Arabic Grammar: V. I – V. II – V. III – V. IV