On the occasion of the International Day of the Arabic Language, the Libyan Center for Research and Studies L.R.S.C organized a scientific symposium entitled:
The Libyan state’s contributions to preserving the Arabic language and its role in raising the linguistic competence of its children
This is the third session that the Center, “the Department of Scientific Affairs in the past,” celebrates the International Day of the Arabic Language, and it receives contributions and research from all parts of Libya.
The symposium began with a speech by the head of the center, Mr. Mahmoud Al-Ghatmi, who started it by welcoming all the guests and attendees, which calls for studying the details of Libya’s contributions to preserving the Arabic language and its role in raising the linguistic competence of our children. Building educational institutions for non-native speakers, a good example of this is the World Islamic Call Society, as well as the role of the Libyan government in adopting the Arabic language as an official language at the United Nations through UNESCO.
It was followed by the speech of the Chairman of the Preparatory Committee, Engineer: Hassan Idris, who spoke about the Libyan efforts that are still changing in this field, as it is an extension and continuation of the efforts made by the forefathers of the preachers and the faithful sheikhs who established religious corners in the south of the country, from which the Arabic tongue spread and deepened in the countries of the coast and the desert.
The Chairman of the Scientific Committee, Dr. Abdullah Souissi, also gave a speech in which he spoke about the status of the Arabic language, as it is the most prominent of all languages and the most abundant in terms and the ability to absorb the clear meanings, as it is called the language of the opposite, and it is a loose language with a wide scope and statement, and the Arabs were previously proud of their ability to Poetry, proverbs, prose and rhetoric, and the Arabic language is an immortal language, and will never become extinct with the passage of time, according to a study by the University of Birmingham conducted to research the survival of languages or not in the future. of languages.
The inaugural session concluded with a special honoring of the certificate and shield of the Libyan Center for Research and Studies for the personality of the symposium, which is Prof. Dr. Abdullah Abdul Hamid Al-Suwaid, the cultural advisor at the General Authority for Culture.
The first and second scientific sessions started with the participants presenting their research papers and a joint discussion panel. The symposium ended with the recitation of the recommendations with Dr. Bashir Ali Khalil, and the distribution of honors certificates to the participants and organizers of the symposium.