(Last update: June 8, 2016)
I like the DIN 32635 standard. It has one character per Arabic letter (so, no weird double double consonants for šaddah) and it’s used in European academic publications. A PDF with the full standard can be downloaded here.
Most letters use normal unaccented characters, but there are a few that are tricky to enter in a relatively normal Western computer setup. Continue reading Arabic Transliteration