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ROBERTA ALUFFI - CDCT Working paper 10-2012/CTL3 Abstract: Arabic, as a legal language, is multidimensional. Firstly, it is the language of Fiqh, the Islamic legal science: all Muslim scholars use it, irrespective of their different mother tongues. Building on this common linguistic heritage, Arab States developed their official legal languages to meet the challenge of modernisation, …

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