Tha Albatinan alphabet is based on the Arabic script and is used to write Albatinan, a conlang invented by Alexander Stoilov (Azel Nosayn) inspired by Bulgarian grammar and Arabic, Hebrew and Turkish vocabulary. Albatinan can also be written with a version of the Arabic script.
تيطى خـَروفى ويخوريمى يو خـًسـَفى زصنقى.
Teve harufe uehureme eu haasafe zinfe.
All human beings are born equal.
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