Poetry is commonly known as Register of the Arabs (Diwan al-Arab), strongly due to the role it plays in Arab’s history and heritage. Continuing this legacy to modern time is الشّعِر الحُرّ which emerged after World War II, agreeably in Iraq. A company of poets wrote in free sequence, simple language, and sharp tone to shed light on relevant political and social realities.
We are a group of people who are passionate about the teaching and learning of Arabic. We believe that through culture we can inspire our learners to become intercultural citizens of the world and help them learn the Arabic language in a more authentic and interesting way. We strongly encourage you to incorporate cultural materials into your classroom and see the difference.