Arabic-speaking Semitic related to each other, but are not mutually intelligible.
The majority of people can be found in Saudi Arabia.
Arabic was limited to the Arabians before the expansion of Islam, and before the creation of the Berber languages.
The Persian of the Quran was not finished until 1999.
The Nilo-Saharan-speaking peoples of Sub-Saharan integrity of these Berber languages are threatened by the decline in pas Gulf to the Atlantic and southward into Sudan.
There is a scattering of Arabic-speaking Africa.
As the language has changed, it has slowly diverged from one another as far as the east as Egypt.
The everyday Arabic spoken is the center of this language group, where it plays an important role on the streets of Fes, which is quite different from the role in shaping that nation's cultural identity.
The Arabic language has a special religious significance for Muslims because it was used by both Persians and Kurds.
Although most of the world's Muslims do not speak Arabic, the faithful memorize certain prayers in other languages.
The region's cultural geography is dominated by Arabic, a Semitic Afro-Asiatic language.
500 miles are important exceptions, and differences within the region can have long-term political consequences.
The region's linguistic geography is complicated by the introduction of Hebrew.
Since the 10th century, the Persian language has been enriched with Arabic words and written in the Arabic across much of modern Turkey and in portions of far north script.
Like other languages, Persian has developed a distinct Iran.
The larger Altaic local dialects include the Turkic languages.
Tens of millions of people in other countries of Iraq are Islamic nations, their ethnic identities Southwest and Central Asia speak related Altaic languages.
The Kurdish speakers of northern Iraq, northern Iran, Ottoman Empire, Turkic speakers ruled much of Southwest and eastern Turkey, but Iran is the only other large coun pattern of languages.
In the northwest part of the country, Kurdish is spoken by 10 million people.
The group remains a minority in several countries beyond, which ties the region with the world.
There are global connections in the region.
The Kurds emerged and are expressed in surprising ways during the 2003 war in Iraq.
Kirkuk has been called the "Kurdish Jerusalem" because its Indonesia to the United States, traditional Muslims and Jews history and settlement is so rich that it captures the group's cultural preferences that are based on holy teachings identity.
The Iraqi Kurds have suffered in the Quran and Torah.
Thousands of people have left the country since the beginning of the year because of pork and the consumption of animal practices.
Kurds in eastern Turkey are also under blood, and foods are traditionally prepared using siege.
Some wonder if hol consumption is banned in the Islamic world, and if they will attempt to join forces with their Iraqi neighbors, because they complain that their ethnic identity is frequently prescribed methods of slaught challenged by the majority Turks.
In addition to traditional food preferences, many younger, more urban residents in the region are growing more accustomed to American-style fast food.
The young Kurdish women are from eastern Turkey.
The practice transfers sins into the bird according to religious Jews.
The meat is usually donated to the poor.
Islam has become a globally dispersed religion.
Falafel Round the World is the fundamental unity of their religion, which extends far beyond Southwest Asia and North Africa.
Central alafel has arrived on the global stage, as Islamic commu F nities are well established in such distant places.
The ancient Middle Eastern food China, European Russia, central Africa, Indonesia, and possibly Coptic Christians in Egypt, is becoming a southern Philippines.
The Muslim congregation is also vegetarian with worldwide appeal.
Islam remains centered on Southwest Asia and North ong a national dish in both Egypt and Israel, even with its global reach.
As Islam spans religious and political divides, it is well-designed as street food and expands in number of followers and geographic scope, as fast food.
The Hajj is a big business for Makkah and Egyptian chefs.
The judges finally awarded the Egyptian chef the top prize, and authorities are trying to cope with the crowds and impose limits on how many celebrate Egypt's conquest of its neighbor.
Falafel could be coming soon to a community near you.
The business of rap and Islamism focuses attention to the region, as evidenced by Just Falafel, a business that opened in Abu Dhabi in 2007.
Starbucks did for Frappuccinos what company owners want to do for deep- fried chick peas.
The oil wealth accumulated by many Islamic nations has sprouted in the United Kingdom and plans are afoot for 70 branches to sustain and promote the religion.
As a marketing director for your new fast-food restaurant.
In Southeast Asia, a restaurant can make a case for their food's appeal.
Explain why another authentic "foreign" food is popular in your new mosques being built in several Muslim portions of that community.