Muhammad Amara: My Language is my Identity: Towards a Comprehensive Language Policy to Meet the Challenges of Arabic in Israel

Dār al-Huda, Kafr Qara’and Dār al-Fikr, Amman, Jordan, 2020, viii-306 pp, Pb, $30, ISBN: 978-965-92793-0-2 [In Arabic]

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Majadly, H. Muhammad Amara: My Language is my Identity: Towards a Comprehensive Language Policy to Meet the Challenges of Arabic in Israel. Lang Policy (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10993-020-09575-9

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