The following is a summary of what life is like as a foreign student in Sudan. These things need to be taken into consideration if you’re interested in studying there. A lot of what I’ve mentioned also applies to most Arab speaking and/or Muslim countries.
I learn Arabic because I crave connection with my Creator, it really is as simple as that. Sadly, feeling that way is not always enough to actually motivate me to learn.
The following is a summary of the course I did in Sudan in 2018. Many of you want to study Arabic to understand the Qur’an so this is a review of the course for those interested
I’m trying to chase something that I can’t find here back home in Melbourne. It can only be found in pursuing something solely for the sake of Allah.
You feel a like a foreigner in an identity you are trying to call home. When you don’t understand the original language in which Allah’s message was revealed, you feel a sense of disconnect and displacement.