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Arabic is the language of the Quran, the text revealed to Prophet Muhammad. Muslims from Indonesia to China, from the Middle East to America, all over the world do their five daily prayers in Arabic. Arabic language is written from right to left. It is incumbent upon every seeker of the truth to gain an understanding of Arabic. The Arabic alphabet is given below.

Words are formed cursively as the following Arabic text shows. See if you can identify the letters. Make sure you read it from right to left. Marks around the letters give the vowels ad help sound the words correctly.

Acknowledgment: The above table is copy-righted by and taken from http://www.blss.portsmouth.sch.uk/hsc/arscript.shtml