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Thursday, 5 March 2015

Why Arabic is Superior to Other Languages?

In contrast with Arabic words, the words of other languages appear lame, maimed, blind, deaf and leprous, and entirely bereft of a natural pattern. The vocabulary of those languages is not rich in roots, which is a necessary characteristic of a perfect language....

If any Arya or other challenger of ours is not convinced by our research, we wish to inform him by means of this announcement that we have set out in this book, in detail, the reasons in support of the superiority, perfection and excellence of Arabic which fall under the following headings:

(1) The perfect pattern of the roots of Arabic words.
(2) Arabic possesses an extraordinarily high degree of intellectual connotations.
(3) The system of elementary words in Arabic is most complete and perfect.
(4) In Arabic idiom, a few words convey extensive meanings.
(5) Arabic has the full capacity for the exposition of all human feelings and thoughts.

Now everyone is at liberty after the publication of our book to try, if possible, to prove these qualities in Sanskrit or any other language.

[Dia-ul-Haq, Ruhani Khaza’in, vol. 9, pp. 250,320-321]

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