Abdenbi Dkier<p><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He holds a state doctorate and a postgraduate diploma in linguistics. He is a professor of higher education at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Moulay Ismail Meknes in Morocco. He has a group of scientific research published in refereed journals and an arbitrator member in international scientific journals. He participated in a number of international and national conferences, supervised many university theses, and discussed others. He has a research project entitled (Theory of Mark Grammar).</span><br></p>He holds a state doctorate and a postgraduate diploma in linguistics. He is a professor of higher education at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Moulay Ismail Meknes in Morocco.Senior Linguistic ExpertAbdenbi.Dkier@dohainstitute.org
Mohamed Dahmani<p><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">​</span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He holds a state doctorate, specializing in "Arabic Linguistics". Senior linguist at the Doha Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language, Doha (2014-2017), participated in the presentation of the "training course for lexical processing coordinators in Arab countries" in Doha (2-9/5/2015), participated in the work of the lexical processing training course in Doha (1 -6-8/7/2015), participated in the scientific symposium organized by the Doha Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language "The Arabic Language in Various Environments and Fields" December 26-27, 2015. Participated in framing the training course in the lexicography in Morocco - Marrakesh (7-9 April 2017).</span><br></p>He holds a state doctorate, specializing in "Arabic Linguistics". Senior linguist at the Doha Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language, Doha (2014-2017),Senior Linguistic Expert
Abdulmunim Algheriani<p><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">​</span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He holds a doctorate in Arabic language and literature from the University of Sidi Mohammed bin Abdullah, Fez, Kingdom of Morocco (2010) and a postgraduate diploma in Arabic language sciences from Mohammed V University, Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco, (1998) and a 2nd MA in Arabic language, from the University of Lumiere, Lyon, France (2006). He worked as a professor of grammar, morphology and language training at the University of Al-Marqab in Libya, and supervised a number of graduation research there. He worked as a professor at the European College of Islamic Sciences at the European Institute of Human Sciences in the French city of Chateauchinon for linguistic materials at the College of Sharia, and taught Arabic to non-native speakers, and prepared the programs of the European College of Arabic Language, and revised the notes of the European Institute. He has participated in international conferences in the fields of lexicography and terminology.</span><br></p>He holds a doctorate in Arabic language and literature from the University of Sidi Mohammed bin Abdullah, Fez, Kingdom of Morocco (2010) and a postgraduate diploma in Arabic language sciences from Mohammed V University, Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco, (1998)Associate Linguistic Expert
Ahmad Aljanabi<p>​​​​<span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He holds a PhD of Arabic language arts and sciences from the Iraqi University of Baghdad 2005, a master's degree from the University of Baghdad in 2002, and received a post-doctoral grant to continue post-doctoral research from the University of Malaya in 2009. He started as an assistant teacher at the University College of Knowledge in Iraq to 2004, then as a teacher at the University of Anbar in Iraq to 2006, a lecturer at Sultan Azlan Shah University College in Malaysia until 2009, and a senior lecturer at the University of Malaya in Malaysia until 2014. He supervised many master's and doctoral theses, and discussed others in Malaysian universities. He has a number of printed books, published research, and various scientific and academic contributions in several countries.</span><br></p>​​​​He holds a PhD of Arabic language arts and sciences from the Iraqi University of Baghdad 2005, Linguistic Expertahmad.aljanabi@dohainstitute.org
Houcine Soudani<p>​​​​<span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He holds a PhD in Linguistics from the Tunisian University with first honors and a certificate of in-depth studies with distinction. He is a member of the research team in "Discourse Analysis" and then in the "Towards Discourse and the Rhetoric of Deliberation" laboratory at the University of Manouba, Tunisia, Professor of Linguistics at the Higher Institute of Human Sciences in Tunis and at the University of Virtual Tunisia, has completed many researches in linguistics, and has scientific contributions in Arabic, French and English in linguistics in Arab, French, British and German universities, and interest in the applications of linguistics and semiology based on master's theses he supervised and other research he completed in the context of sign language and translation. He is the editor-in-chief of the "Mizan Translation" magazine issued by the National Center for Translation in Tunisia, and is a reviewer for many of its publications.</span><br></p>He holds a PhD in Linguistics from the Tunisian University with first honors and a certificate of in-depth studies with distinction.Linguistic ExpertHoucine.Soudani@dohainstitute.org
Mohamed AlFajr<p><span class="ms-rteThemeFontFace-1 ms-rteFontSize-3">​</span><span class="ms-rtefontsize-4 ms-rteThemeFontFace-1 ms-rteFontSize-3"><span lang="EN-GB" style="line-height:107%;border-width:1pt;border-style:none;border-color:windowtext;padding:0in;">He received a doctorate in linguistics from Damascus University in 2012, and a master's degree in linguistics from Cairo University in 2008. He worked as a linguist in the Doha Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language, and an assistant professor at Ataturk University in Turkey 2012-2015. He participated in the program for teaching Arabic to non-native speakers within the project (AtademiX 2014) at the same university. And a lecturer at the Higher Sham Institute in Damascus 2010-2012, and at the International Institute for Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers in Damascus 2009-2010. He has a number of publications and research in the field of specialized lexicography and teaching Arabic to non-native speakers.</span></span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3"></span><br></p>He received a doctorate in linguistics from Damascus University in 2012, and a master's degree in linguistics from Cairo University in 2008. Linguistic Expert
Mohamed Zerrouk<span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He obtained his doctorate from the Faculty of Dar Al Uloom, Department of Grammar and Morphology, Cairo University in 2011, and a master’s degree from the Faculty of Arts at the University of Benghazi in 1998. He worked in university education in Libya between 1993 and 2006.</span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">He has a number of published books, including: Waqf wa al-Ibtiada fi al-Kitab Allah by Muhammad bin Saadan, and al-Dhad described and spoken.</span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3"> He founded the literary magazine (Al-Raqim) on the Internet and was its editor-in-chief between 2010 and 2013.​</span><p><br></p>He obtained his doctorate from the Faculty of Dar Al Uloom, Department of Grammar and Morphology,Linguistic Expert
Mohamed Attia<p><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">​He holds a Ph.D. in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering in 2005, and has long experience in research, development and teaching. Worked as a software engineering consultant - Luxor Technology - Oakville - Canada, independent researcher and project manager in Canada, Egypt and the Middle East, Visiting Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the Maritime Academy of Science, Technology and Maritime Transport www.AAST.edu - Heliopolis - Cairo - Egypt, </span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3" style="background-color:#ffffff;">Natural </span><span class="ms-rteFontSize-3">Language Processing Consultant, and Director of Research and Development Department (formerly) at the Engineering Company for Computer Systems Development (www.RDI-eg.com) - Egypt.</span><br></p>He holds a Ph.D. in Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering in 2005, and has long experience in research, development and teaching. Computer Scientist
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