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The role of the Arabic language in preparing future leaders! | Articles

Is there a relationship between language and leadership?! The answer could open a new scientific field for us that contributes to the preparation of future leaders. For Lewis Bondi, leadership is a “language game”; He justifies this by saying that the leader’s success is represented in his ability to influence the audience, so he considers that the leader’s commitment to language rules contributes to achieving integration between words and meanings. It makes him able to express his vision and convince people of it.

Therefore, the leader’s proficiency in the language increases his ability to think, stimulate his mind to produce new ideas, transfer knowledge to his audience to achieve change, and express identity and goals, thus attracting the audience’s attention and winning their minds and souls.

The Arabic language is the most important language that contributes to increasing the strength of leadership and developing its features and advantages. Therefore, discovering the relationship between the Arabic language and leadership can contribute to building a new theory in the science of leadership.

The richness of the Arabic language increases the art of choosing words that express meanings, and makes phrases music that attracts attention and stirs emotions.. That is why Abdel-Wahhab Azzam noticed this relationship and said: “The Arabic language is a beautiful, beloved language, its meanings are reflected in the bells of words, as if its words are the steps of conscience And the tones of life.”

Arabic language and traits of the leader

The leader’s method of pronouncing the words of the Arabic language, his commitment to its rules, and his choice of words that express meanings increases the audience’s admiration for him. Thus, he proves his distinction, his knowledge, his culture, and his knowledge of the civilized history of the Islamic nation, as the language of the Arabs remained the expression of the civilizational achievements of this nation. Therefore, the leader’s interaction with this history, and his awareness of it, demonstrates to the public his wisdom and ability to make decisions that achieve the interests of the nation. There is a strong relationship between history, wisdom, and language.

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A leader who can express his vision in classical Arabic deserves confidence in his wisdom, and his ability to express people’s pain and dreams, as he is an extension of the nation’s struggle.. Therefore, we can understand Ibn Taymiyyah’s saying: “The classical Arabic language makes a man resemble the chest of this nation in terms of Companions and followers!” This means that the distinguished leader in expression in the Arabic language constitutes an extension of the nation’s history, and belongs to it, and this affiliation increases his influence because the public looks at him – according to Ibn Taymiyyah’s opinion – as similar to the heart of this nation.

Arabic language and authentic leadership!

Proficiency in classical Arabic is one of the most important proofs of a leader’s originality, so the Arabs’ pride in eloquence, eloquence, and eloquence was no less than their pride in their lineage. They also considered melody in the language a defect that belittles human honor and value. Therefore, mastering the Arabic language was one of the most important qualifications for leadership and sovereignty, and Muslim leaders were distinguished by their eloquence, so people were convinced of their authenticity.

The theory of authentic leadership constitutes an important development in the science of leadership. Countries need authentic leaders who possess wisdom and are committed to ethics in dealing with people. They do not use hard power to conquer them, but work to win their minds and lives by expressing a vision that contributes to motivating them to build the future.

The Arabic language makes it clear that the authentic leader expresses his people’s longing for justice, freedom, and building civilization in the light of historical experience. Therefore, qualifying future leaders is based on teaching them the Arabic language and training them to speak it.

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This is an important addition to the theory of authentic leadership, as it can form the basis for the development of new theories of leadership.

It increases the beauty of the face!

But can the leader’s proficiency in the Arabic language affect his physical characteristics?!!
This question seems strange, so what is the relationship of language to the body?
Abdul Malik bin Marwan says: Correct your tongues: the beauty of a man is in his eloquence!

This saying can open new areas for us to develop the science of leadership; People’s hearts see beauty in the faces of the authentic leaders who are characterized by eloquence and eloquence, so the eyes cling to those faces that express beautiful words about the nation’s longing for glory, glory and sovereignty.

Therefore, there is a strong relationship between people’s perception of the handsomeness of men, and their use of classical Arabic in expression. As the strong words that are associated with glory and sovereignty increase the splendor of faces.

Therefore, the will of Abd al-Malik bin Marwan expressed a new aspect in the field of leadership science, which is the relationship between eloquence, beauty, strength, self-confidence, attractiveness, and the ability to win minds and souls.

Arabic Language and Leadership: A New Theory

In light of this, we can develop a new theory in the field of leadership science based on the following foundations:

The process of preparing future leaders must be based on a new vision. Teaching them the standard Arabic language and increasing their ability to express their vision in it will increase the public’s respect and trust in them.

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Eloquence and rhetoric also make it clear to the public the leader’s originality, his connection to Islamic civilization, that he represents an extension of this civilization, that he can express it, and that he belongs to it.

The use of the classical Arabic language is evidence of the wisdom of the leader, as it is linked to historical experience, and imitates the great leaders who were able to achieve civilizational victories and achievements, and is characterized by strength in expressing the longings of his people for glory and sovereignty.

A leader who expresses his vision in classical Arabic is characterized by originality, and this is linked to pride, morals, honor and wisdom. He uses words to convince people and win their hearts, love and admiration, and he does not need to use brute force to conquer, coerce, subjugate and prevent them from thinking and expressing. He manages free discussion, and stimulates people to produce ideas and provide new solutions to problems.