Dr. Muhammad Ismail

Assistant Professor Arabic Department National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad Pakistan


Dr. Makkiah Nabi Bakhsh

Assistant Professor Department of Arabic the Women University Multan, Pakistan


Dr. Nighat Akram

Assistant Professor Department of Islamic Studies University of Poonch, Rawalakot, AJK


Hafiz Muhammad Tahir

S/O Muhammad Mohsin, PhD Scholar, Arabic Department, NUML Islamabad


Dr. Nasir Mahmood

Assistant professor Department of Islamic studies University of Sialkot, Pakistan


Dr. Sumera Rabia

Assistant Professor Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies Govt. College Women University Sialkot, Sialkot


This study examined the evolutionary process of the Arabic language during the time of the birth of Islam. Also, the impact of this evolution on Islamic culture at that time has been analyzed. Documents and writings from al-Mujtama’at al-Islamiyah served as the study’s primary data source, and the study used a qualitative, descriptive research design. The research demonstrated that the historical events that happened around the advent of Islam affected and influenced the evolution of the Arabic language. The social upheavals of the early Islamic period provided the crucial impetus for the book of revelation, the Qur’an, and the introduction of Islamic teachings to an oblivious Arab community. The development of social relationships between Arab and Islamic populations was a significant moment in the evolution of the Arabic language. Because of this, standard Arabic went through a period of change throughout the time of Islam’s infancy. The development of Islamic knowledge was affected by the historical and social phenomena that occurred throughout the early Islamic era. Standard Arabic had become the principal language for the dissemination of Islamic doctrines and the advancement of science in the Arab world. This report argued that more research on the historical evolution of the Arabic language is required.

Keywords: Arabic, Historical Evolution, Islamic culture, Arab