The Maltese Arabic alphabet was invented by Ethan Hunt. One day he was coming home from church, and thought of one of the messages one of his pastors talked about, which was the story of St. Paul and his arrival at Malta. Then his thoughts traveled abroad, specifically to Matla. Then, of course he started thinking about the Maltese language, and began to wonder if it was possible to construct a fully-vocalized Maltese Arabic alphabet, because it is a Semitic language. Thus, the alphabet was created.
يل-بنەدمين كۆللحا ىيتويەلدۇ خيەلسا ۇ ۇگوالي فيد-دينىيتآ ۇ د-دريتتيىيەت. حۇما مۆگخنيىا بير-راجۇني ۇ بيل-كۇشىەنجُا ۇ گخاندحۆم يگيبۇ رۇخحۆم نا' شۇلشين بي سپيتۇ تا' اخوا.
Il-bnedmin kollha jitwieldu ħielsa u ugwali fid-dinjità u d-drittijiet. Huma mogħnija bir-raġuni u bil-kuxjenza u għandhom igibu ruħhom ma' xulxin bi spirtu ta' aħwa.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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