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19 Oct 2010 15:20 GMT | Politics, Poverty & Development, Middle East, Yemen
Yemen has long been a popular destination for students wanting to learn Arabic.
It allows the learners to immerse in the culture so deep, that it is impossible to survive without picking up at least a little of the language.
But Yemen has recently been labelled a haven for al-Qaeda and as Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports, this is threatening its reputation as the centre of learning for students of Arabic language.
Source: Al Jazeera
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