Hebrew mode provides a new command \setjudarab to activate
an experimental Judaeo-Arabic mode. Input is supposed to be
Arabic in the standard transliteration encoding (other modes
might work by accident), output is an extended Hebrew writing
in the chosen Hebrew font, and the standard transliteration
when activated. Arabic vowels are presently not provided; the
Hebrew vowels work but are presumably of no use.
Caution: The new mode can be expected to contain errors. We
do not know the exact writing conventions, and have no access
to any relevant literature. Scholars in the field are urged
to contact the author.
Comments and suggestions are invited.