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      Culture of the Middle East and North Africa


      The Near East Today: Customs, Language, Celebrities

      History of the Middle East and North Africa

      The Ancient Near East

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      Culture of the Middle East and North Africa

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      • The Near East Today. Learn a bit of introductory information about the Arabic language and customs in the Near East.
      • History of the Near East. Gain a perspective on past events that have shaped the Near East as we know it today.
      • The Ancient Near East. For those who are fascinated by ancient myths, legends, art, and lifestyles.
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