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Berber Arabic alphabet

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Berber language poetry in Arabic script with its translation in French
Berber language poetry in Arabic script with its translation in French
Document in Berber language of Jebel Nefousa - Libya
Document in Berber language of Jebel Nefousa - Libya

The Berber Arabic alphabet is an Arabic-based alphabet that was used to write various Berber languages in the Middle Ages. Nowadays users have largely reverted to either the Tifinagh alphabet in Morocco, [1] or Berber Latin alphabet in Algeria.[2]

References

  1. ^ Larbi, Hsen (2003). "Which Script for Tamazight, Whose Choice is it ?". Amazigh Voice (Taghect Tamazight). New Jersey: Amazigh Cultural Association in America (ACAA). 12 (2). Retrieved December 17, 2009.
  2. ^ Souag (2004)

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