Understanding and knowing the Arabic Language is the only way to know the Holy Qur’an and to delve deeper into its concepts, secrets and rulings because the Arabization of the Qur’an makes it is imperative for every Muslim to know and practice the Arabic Language, and familiarity with it leads the Islamic nation to the unity. The current state of the Arabic Language teaching in Afghan universities is a reassurance. Universities are constantly keen to develop curricula and methods of working with it, although universities have recently adopted several curricula to be taught within the project to develop the Arabic Language and its strategies in line with teaching skills. This study aimed to investigate on ways of practicing and learning the Arabic Language. The target was students of Arabic Language and Islamic studies of Takhar University. The research method is library-based method. The research during is the last semester to diagnose the aspects of ability and weaknesses in the curricula and university study methods. This study does not fulfill the desired purpose, but rather is a step along this path. Open the way, and always discuss what is on the scene. The system of teaching Arabic in Afghan universities faces critical challenges because it mostly focuses on old and reproduced curricula (translation and grammar), and because professors speak in the classroom in the national language (Persian and Pashto). Overlooking the teaching of the Arabic Language has increased, among Afghan youth.