Arabic Language Instructors

Arabic Language Instructors

Arabic Language Coordinator


Mohammad Ali Bahri’s career spans journalism, media, Arabic language and  literature as well  as Arabic language teaching. Mr. Bahri brings his multi-layered experience to class to create a relaxed but highly professional environment for learning Arabic. With an on-going preparation of his PhD in Media Language, a Master’s Degree, and a BA in Arabic Literature from the Damascus University, he has been a very successful instructor at TII and is the Arabic Language Program Coordinator.



Phone: 445 46956


Dr. Omaima Ibrahim Elhardallo

Dr. Omaima Ibrahim Elhardallo, PhD, University of Khartoum, Faculty of Arts.

Dr. Elhardallo worked in university teaching since 2004 at King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and joined the College of Islamic Studies in 2008, and then moved to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences to work in the Language Center in 2016 until now.

In those years, she taught Arabic to speakers of other languages at different levels and skills (grammar, rhetoric and literature) and for master students at Hamad Bin Khalifa University. In addition, she taught specialized courses in academic writing, research excellence and Arabic business writing. 

Nashwa Abdul Rahman

Nashwa Abdul Rahman has a master's degree in teaching Arabic to speakers of other languages from the American University in Cairo(AUC), a degree in teaching Arabic as a second language from the International House in Cairo (IH), and a bachelor's degree in literature and education from the Department of English Language at Ain Shams University in Cairo. She began her career as a teacher of Arabic in 2001 and taught Arabic to native speakers at private institutes in Cairo and Doha, as well as teaching at the American University for seven years. She also worked as a research assistant and book editor at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. She taught Arabic at various levels of language proficiency including the skills of speaking, reading and writing, and also taught other specialized courses such as (Arabic for media) and (Arabic for diplomats).

Ibtehal Al Ansari

Ibtehal Al Ansari is a teacher and researcher who is specialized in Arabic linguistics, with a bachelor's and master's degree with extinction. She has worked as an Arabic language teacher for 10 years at the Ministry of Education in the State of Qatar, and studied many professional specialized courses in teaching Arabic language skills and strategies for education, promotion and evaluation. She, additionally, supervised her students in many educational activities, local competitions, international examinations, student magazines, Arabic calligraphy exhibitions and scientific research affiliated with the Ministry of Education. She is also  in charge of an educational lexicon that helps native and non-native Arabic students learning Arabic. She, moreover, co-authored a number of collections of bilingual stories.    

Eman Zahran

Ms. Eman has more than 20 years of experience in teaching Arabic as a foreign language, she taught it at American and German Universities in Egypt with other different language institutions. She obtained her Master of Science (M.S.) degree from the University of Buffalo State in New York, in addition to her Bachelor's degree in Arabic and English studies from the faculty of Al-Alsun in Cairo. Recently, she was approved by Cambridge University as an assessment specialist for the Arabic language. She joined the TII Arabic team in the year 2015.