The Türk Uygur Alfabesi is a way to write Turkish with the Uyghur script devised by Muhammad Shakeel. While he was studying the two languages, he realized that both share same phonology as both belong to the Turkic language family. Unlike the Ottoman Turkish script, which was an abjad, the Uyghur script is an alphabet/abugida system in which vowels are written with letters instead of diacritics. Hence, it is quite practical to use the Uyghur script to write Turkish.
بۈتۈن ئىنسانلار ھۈر، ھايسىيەت ۋە ھاكلار باکېمېندان ئەشىت دوغارلار. ئاكېل ۋە ۋىجدانا ساھىپتىرلەر ۋە بىربىرلەرىنە كارشې كاردەشلىك زىھنىيەتى ئىلە ھارەكەت ئەتمەلىدىرلەر.
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