Skript Amażigħ is a way to write Maltese with the Neo-Tifinagh alphabet devised by Grunky Scripples.
The Neo-Tifinagh alphabet developed from the old Berber script and is used to write Berber languages in Morocco, Algeria, Mali and Niger. Maltese (Malti) is a Central Semitic language related to Arabic and spoken in Malta.
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L-Għaqda hija mibnija fuq is-siwi ta' għadir għall-ġieħ il-bniedem, ta' ħelsien, ta' għażil il-ġemgħa, ta' ndaqs bejn il-ġnus, tas-saltna tad-dritt u tal-għadir għall-ħaqq tal-bniedem, wkoll il-ħaqq ta' wħud li huma f'minoranzi. Dan is-siwi huwa mqassam bejn il-Pajjiżi Msieħba, f'nies li tħaddan il-kotrija, li ma tgħejjibx, li ddann, li tgħaqqad u li tiżen indaqs in-nisa u l-irġiel.
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