Meanwhile, the XII International Arabic Language Scientific Week (PINBA) & the IMLA VI National Congress were held on October 16-18 2019 in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. This forum is an effort to refresh the blood flowing in Arabic so that it is able to live and grow in modern civilization. Activities that take the theme: The Role of Civilization for Arabic, will present the latest issues regarding the role of civilization in the effort to strengthen Arabic in the midst of globalization and the 4.0 industrial revolution in an academic forum.
Activities of Arabic Language International Scientific Week (PINBA) XII & IMLA VI National Congress at Padjadjaran University were held for three days, namely 16-17 October 2019 Arabic Language International Scientific Week (PINBA) XII and 18 October 2019 IMLA VI National Congress. On the 16th, the Conference was started with two Plenary Seminars. Plenary Seminar I was filled by Invited Speaker, namely Essam Abed Al-Thaqafi (Ambassador of Saudi Arabia), Dr. AR. Muhammad Fachir (WAMENLU RI), and Oded M. Danial (Mayor of Bandung). Plenary Seminar II was filled by Invited Speaker, namely Prof. Dr. Hashim el-Manna (Al-Isra University, Jordan), Dr. Ali Ma'youf Al-Ma'youf (King Saud University, Riyadh), and Prof. Dr. Hasan Abdul Hamid Bukhari (Ummul Quro University, Makkah). On the 17th, the conference was continued with a panel seminar attended by 150 selected speakers from lecturers, students and Arabic language practitioners from various universities. Apart from Indonesia, there were several speakers from Arab countries such as Jordan, Yemen, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and others. Abdul Wahhab, a student of the Department of Arabic Literature, State University of Malang, participated as one of the speakers and presented his paper at this conference. The results of this conference are packaged in the form of three-volume printed proceedings and online proceedings (e-proceedings) published at the address http://prosiding.imla.or.id/index.php/pinba/article/view/170.
(Abdul Wahhab, Arabic Literature Department student)