Berber Arabic alphabet

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

The Berber Arabic alphabet is an Arabic alphabet used to write various Berber languages.

Berber languages were occasionally written inscript in the Middle Ages. Nowadays it is still used, particularly in Morocco and among the Tuareg, though it has been largely displaced by the Berber Latin alphabet in Algeria,[1] and the Tifinagh alphabet in Morocco.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Souag (2004)
  2. ^ 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. 

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