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Proposal: Arabic Language

I guess this is in part related to questions about dialects and transliterations.

If the scope is anything Arabic language then would such questions about Arabizi be welcome? For some it's a controversial subject. It might be useful, but also it might be undermining. Personally for me it has made the language more accessible but I have to restrict myself to where I use it until I fully understand how it fits into general culture

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    can you give an example to the kind of question you have in mind? – مجاهد Oct 6 '14 at 1:03
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    This question is somewhat related to the other question about transliteration. Since this site is devoted to issues about the Arabic language and its grammar and so on, it is required that the questions clearly state where their problem is. So you'd ask a question by using Arabic script or a proper (ideally: scientific) transliteration system. If you use something like Arabizi, then you'd use a poor transliteration system which, imho, does nothing but cloud what you are actually asking. But I'd also like to see an example question. – ClintEastwood Oct 6 '14 at 12:06
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    do you mean the street Arabic? (العامة)? or you mean that arabic we use in chatting using some numbers like 2 for a.. etc? For both examples, I am against accept such languages. They only make very bad language and reduce the quality of the Arabic language! – F. Julian Oct 7 '14 at 15:42
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ابدا، العربيزي ممنوع وما هي إلا مؤامرة من مؤامرات أعدائنا على لغتنا العظيمة

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