People got familiar with Latin letters and their location on keyboards first, so it was easier and faster to use the same letters to write Arabic.
Dr. Zeinab Ibrahim, professor at CMU-Q, discusses popularity of “Franco-Arabic” among Arab young, and its harmful impact on the language
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