The Arabic language is the primary key to understanding Islamic law and Islamic heritage. If a Muslim wants to understand the meaning of the noble verses of the Qur’an or the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him, there is no alternative for him to study the Arabic language. If a Muslim wants to know what Allah wants to tell him in his book or in the words of his Prophet May Allah’s prayers and peace be upon him, there is no alternative way for him only to study the Arabic language And the Arabic language is an easy and simple language that contains a certain number of letters whose pronunciation varies depending on the type of sign associated with the letter (Fattah, Kasra, Damma, Sokon) and by installing a set of letters you give us a word and a group of words give us a sentence and a group of sentences give us text, and the distinctive command in relation to the Arabic language It contains quite a lot of vocabulary. At the time when Johnson’s English dictionary contains 42 thousand words, Ibn Manzoor’s dictionary contains 80 thousand words, and this linguistic richness helps poets and writers choose the best, most accurate, and closest words to express the meaning in their writing. The Arabic language is one of the most prevalent languages, as it is the fourth in the number of native speakers in the world where 467 million people speak it in addition to it is one of the six languages approved at the United Nations and it goes without saying that many of its vocabulary have moved to many other languages such as Spanish, Portuguese, Sicilian and English Like the words of Admiral, algebra, alcohol, names of stars, etc. There is no doubt that the entire Islamic heritage of interpretation, hadiths, Aqida, Fiqh or others are all written in the Arabic language, for all of this and for what other than that, the Muslim person should be quick to learn and master the Arabic language