Sabily - Operating System for Muslims

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Sabily is a open source operating system designed by and for Muslims. It is based on the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution and has pre-installed packages for the Arabic language. With Sabily, Muslim users have “out of the box” Islamic software and tools like Islamic calendar, Quran viewer, Islamic prayer times application and lot more.

http://www.sabily.org/

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