The Arab World and Today’s Arabia

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The car is rushing through a wide concrete road. Glass-covered buildings on either side. What an architectural craft! At the bottom of the building are big shops, supermarkets. Names were written on signboards in the modern artistic script. Palm trees on the island in the middle.

After a while, a mini park is set up to widen the island. The green grass grows at a huge cost in the park, small rides to entertain the children. The car is running. Luxurious mosques of beautiful construction style are often seen. The flyover is going overhead somewhere.

Suddenly closed all around. What a mess! No, there is nothing to fear. In fact, the car crashed into a tunnel cut through the hill. Cars are running across the tunnel.

Locals, buildings, shopping malls all disappeared. Now there are open deserts on both sides. Shrubless, rough. Rows of rocky mountains can be seen in the distance.

Surely you understand, the car is moving along the roads of an Arab country. Such is the view of developed Arab cities everywhere.

The map of the Arabian Peninsula has changed radically in the last century. Much more has changed over time. There has been a lot of money. Somewhere there is fuel oil called black gold, somewhere there is a lot of foreign currency in the hands of tourism.

With the exception of a few underdeveloped countries like Yemen and Somalia, all other Arab states have prospered. There is a huge difference between the Arabs and the Arab lands that can be seen in the Kitabism of Islamic history.

There was a time when a traveler on a camel would travel from distant Damascus to Mecca. A businessman could have left Yemen for Morocco.

The whole of the Arabian Peninsula, located throughout Southwest Asia and North Africa, was identical. The Arabs were also a common nation. Their language, culture are all the same. They did not know any doctrine other than Islam and Islamic society. Now that whole territory has been torn to pieces.

Strong in faith, strong in self-esteem, free-spirited, hospitable, kind, accustomed to a simple unpretentious life, the Arabs we get today are not as described. Not so long ago, the Arab lands were ruled by the British and the French. Once the imperialists are gone, everything is ruined. Many small states have been formed.

Sad but absurd Islamic consciousness has been replaced by various man-made doctrines such as secularism and nationalism. As a result of cultural aggression, the Arabs are now considering the West as their standard of living. Their pure lustful language is lost. If you say pure Arabic in front of them, they will be surprised.

Sometimes you will clap your hands and say, ‘Arabicatuka Fasiha’ which means your Arabic is pure. Diameter, so far. You don’t even understand the monotony of the conversation they will start by thanking you.

Not only that, but most of the Arabs don’t even know how to write Arabic correctly. Don’t believe me, I have seen an Arab who makes a mistake in spelling a widely used word like the Arabic synonym ‘anta’ of ‘you’. The last letter ‘ta’ is followed by an alif.

This does not mean that the Arabs are the last. There must be a golden age Arab sleeping inside this Arabia. Maybe one day they will wake up again. The Arabs can change the seat of world leadership again. Even in this age of backwardness, the Arabs are revered for many characteristics such as hospitality and kindness. Despite their reluctance, their faith is still quite advanced.

The biggest problem in present-day Arabia is the misery of consciousness. Nothing but the pleasures of life enters their heads.

By selling the interests of the Muslim Ummah, most of the Arab rulers are subservient to the West. They are squandering the vast wealth of their country at the feet of foreign masters at negligible prices. They invited Western engineers for a hefty fee for everything from infrastructure construction to technical work. Contracts with foreign companies.

Given the opportunity, the western countries are selling various unnecessary products, old technology military weapons to them at high prices. The Arab world is also a major market for a variety of daily necessities produced in the West.

The Arabs do not have time to think about the good and bad of the Ummah. Instead of one and the same ummah-consciousness, the idea of ​​’we are Arabs’ has now entered their minds. They never completely adopt a non-Arab Asian or African Muslim.

The Arab League was established in 1945 on the basis of Arab nationalism. All Arab states are members, with a total of 22 members. 

1. Saudi Arabia

2. Egypt

3. Iraq

4. Syria

5. Jordan

6. Lebanon

6. Kuwait

6. Qatar

9. Bahrain

10. United Arab Emirates

11. Morocco

12. Algeria

13. Libya

14. Palestine

15. Tunisia

16. Sudan

17. Oman

18. Yemen

19. Mauritania

20. Djibouti

21. Somalia

22. Comoros

There are more than 209 million Arabs living in the Arab world.
The Arab countries are mainly located around the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. The Arab world has already endured many conspiracies, intrigues and unjust dominations. Since the fall of the Ottoman Caliphate, the greedy clutches of imperialism, political and cultural aggression have repeatedly turned the Arab lands upside down.

Those stories have occupied a large part of the history of the Arab world. He has gone through many ups and downs in history. The big complex is history.

Author- Naeem Abu Bakr

Source- Natun Dak


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