Transliteration Rules

Following is the transliteration rules of Arabic used in this section. There is no conventional way for transliteration but here we used an easy and simple method. If a letter doesn't have an equivilant in some Western languages, particulariy Englsih, you'll find a prounciation attached to it.
As a typescript, we used captialization and special letters for illustrating these special pronounced letters.

Constants
b as the 'b' in 'boy'
d as the 'd' in 'dad'
D
as the 'd' in 'dawn' (This is harder sound than the normal 'd'.
Example: Dar = 'harmful'
f as the 'f' in 'father'
g as the 'g' in 'god'. NEVER as the 'g' in 'gem'
h as the 'h' in 'hat'
k as the 'k' in 'kind'
l as the 'l' in 'look'
m as the 'm' in 'man'
n as the 'n' in 'knife'
q as the 'q' in 'Qatar' or 'c' in 'car' (a hard guttural sound)
r
as the 'r' in rain. This is a rolling 'r' as in Spanish.
Example: ragel = 'man'
s
as the 's' in 'sand'. NEVER as the 's' in 'wise'
S
as the 's' in 'sun'. This is harder voice than the normal 's'.
Example: Sura = 'photo'
t
as the 't' in 'table'
T
as the 't' in 'top'. Also this is harder than the normal 't'.
Example: Toub = 'bricks'
w as the 'w' in 'web'
y as the 'y' in 'yes'
z as the 'z' in 'zeal'
sh
as the 'sh' in 'shower'.
Example: shorba = 'soup'
Vowels
a as the 'a' in 'bad'
â as the 'a' in 'bar'
e as the 'e' in 'bed'
i as the 'i' in 'his'
o as the 'o' in 'boy'
u as the 'ou' in 'you'

Combinations
ei
ai
as 'ei' in 'their' and 'ei' in eight
oa as 'oa' in 'boat'
ie as 'ie' in 'brief' and 'ee' in 'beef'
ay as 'ye' in 'bye'

Special characters
'
a glottal stop pronounced by briefly closing the wind pipe.
Example: ra'y = 'opinion'
A

a strong guttural sound featuring a throat contraction without closing (A pharyngeal fricative voice).
Example: Aein = 'eye'

kh
like 'ch' in Scottish 'loch'. This is a velar fricative sound producing a gurgling voice.
Example: khatem = 'ring'
H
strong glottal sound pronounced using a voiceless contraction of the throat. Simply pronounce as 'h' in 'hat' if it's difficult to you.
Example: Hobb = 'love'
gh
like the French 'r'. (a growling voice)
Example: ghani = 'rich'