One of the reasons WP has been taking its sweet time to get to new markets is poor language support.
Here’s a look at Arabic in Windows Phone 8.
Also notice the presence of the app list but instead of coming from the right, it comes from the left (but that’s due to the right to left nature of Arabic, same for options, icon indicators etc)
Thanks Adel for the tip!
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