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Often it is very difficult to grasp the talking style of Muslims when he or she is talking Arabic. It’s all about the language usage, slang and dialectical difference. Bilal Khan says that when we share something from a position of knowledge, we need to be mindful of whether or not the vocabulary and concepts we use is something that people will be able to receive well. The very important thing is that use the language that the receiver or the listener is familiar. He says that Arabic words or language will not make you religious. Arabic is just a medium of communication. If we want to be religious, we must learn the core of Quran not the Arabic language. When we speak things to others, speak in a language that they understand- Bilal Khan adds.

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