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I've looked at University of Madinah's website and they don't accept students older than 25. I'm almost 29 years old and if I could have the opportunity to study Islam and/or Arabic in the Arab world for free it would be the greatest blessing of my life. I don't have money to study here in the U.S., and I heard that there are many free universities in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, but the ones I've looked at seem to have an age limit. Can anyone shed light on this problem? I heard it's free in Saudi, but I'd be just as glad to study in Egypt, the Emirates, Oman, Jordan, Sudan, Malaysia, India, efc. If anyone can give me advice I would greatly appreciate that.

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