Brief History of Translation Experience in Malaysia: A Case of Arabic Malay’s Translation

Azman Che Mat, Ismail Muhamad

Abstract


This paper intends to propose the important of translation from Arabic language to Malay language. At this point, the paper sheds a light on translation activities in Malay society and Arabic civilization as a comparison. Translation has a major role in the development and delivery of information to Malay citizens especially in Muslim community. In fact, that the translation is not new in Islamic civilization and Malay civilization. Key words:  Translation; Arabic; Malay; civilization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sll.1923156320100101.008

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