Re: [alreq] Section on counter styles

Arabic math alphabetic characters ususally use a different style than 
regular text characters, for example most modern books in Egypt will 
use Ruqaa for math with some notable differences than regular Ruqaa; 
the alef has a top loop, the dal looks like a Nastaliq hamza except 
when used for functions, for example (see how the enumerated list uses
 the same symbols as math):

 Older books used Naskh style with similar differences:

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