Middle Eastern languages

moyen-orientMiddle East is an Anglo-Saxon expression which to Europeans, Americans and Africans, means the region located between the Eastern banks of the Mediterranean and the limit traced by the Iranian border with Pakistan and Afghanistan.

This region is home to several cultural groups including the Persian, Turkish, Arab, Kurd, and Jewish cultures. The three primary linguistic groups are the Iranian languages, the Turkish languages and the Semitic languages including Arabic and Hebrew. The commonly used definition of the Middle East and that generally found in reference books, defines the region as “the southwestern Asian nations, from Iran to Egypt”.

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