Uhhh.. judging from the page source, your input for the URL was converted to question marks before being written to the database.
With all the programmers out there that don't seem to have even heard of Unicode, I'm afraid that's going to be par for the course. Anyone registering these types of URLs should prepare for very little traffic from the west.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
P.S. The site appears to be (ironically enough) Egypt's Ministry of Communications. http://www.mcit.gov.eg/
:D seems like HH doesn't support Arabic language :P... But ya only Arabic readers will be visiting those site so even if it was english url they would still receive low traffic count :D.
This reminds me of the old Eagles song, "The Greeks Don't Want No Freaks".
They don't want to communicate with the west. They never did, never will.
Everything about us goes against what they believe in.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
So just out of curiosity, are there Arabic characters that look similar to latin characters? If so, I'd think this would open up a whole new can of phishing exploits - registering URLs that look identical to latin ones, but are spelled with at least one Arabic charcter.
I don't think they allow mix and match JoelB, though stupider things have happened.
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Try that. not even remotely latin.
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