Re: [predefined-counter-styles] Persian Alphabetic and Persian Abjad also used for Arabic

@ironymark after some research and analysis, i added an arabic-abjad 
style (and also a maghrebi-abjad style suggested by @ntounsi).  See

The [Wikipedia article]( 
wasn't terribly clear about what is what, and which constitute 
counter-styles as opposed to alphabetic orderings.  (Note that i also 
added a comparison table at the bottom of the section linked to 

The WP article was also unclear about the system to use. There are 
comparisons with the Hebrew style (which is additive) and mentions of 
numbers in the 100s, but it wasn't clear which sequences  that is 
relevant to.  I added the arabic-abjad style as fixed, like the 

I'm going to close this issue for now, but please reopen it if you 
want to provide additional information.

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