Tag Archives: Arabic

5 Arabic Words That Have No English Equivalent

Lena Kassicieh

Arabic is a wonderfully expressive, visual language. Many terms used throughout the Arab world would not make much sense out of context, or if translated into another language. Oftentimes, colloquialisms or even idioms are the hardest part of a language for a foreigner to understand, as they are so deeply rooted in the culture. Arabs, a traditionally desert people, have several words that describe particular kinds of desert winds, something very unique to the language, just like Eskimos in Alaska have several words to describe different types of snow and ice. Read more »

Alb helps Arabic speakers to code without learning English

P/S: It won’t be easy for you unless you know Lisp properly 😉 😉 😉

The قلب REPL

For live testing you can test on this implementation:


Al-Qaeda’s 22 tips for dodging drone attacks

Original document in Arabic with English translation as provided by AP

1 – It is possible to know the intention and the mission of the drone by using the Russianmade
“sky grabber” device to infiltrate the drone’s waves and the frequencies. The device
is available in the market for $2,595 and the one who operates it should be a computerknow-
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