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Any one know where I can find any of Rambam's works in the original Judeo-Arabic (preferably online and not a manuscript but an easily readable text)?

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check this out: mi.yodeya.com/questions/4277/moreh-nevuchim-arabic-hebrew –  jake Mar 3 '11 at 21:15
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Mekitzei Nirdamim published three volumes of the Rambam's responsa with facing columns of Judeo-Arabic and Hebrew (Jerusalem, 1958-1961). These are available on Hebrewbooks (vol. 1, vol. 2, vol. 3).

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Some versions of the Kapach-translation of perush hamishnayot (published by Mosad Harav Kook) have the original arabic on one side. There's also a two volume set called "Igrot HaRMBM" (its off-white in color) which has the original Arabic of all the correspondences printed before the translation.

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Goto Sefarim Online.org. I downloaded the Arabic manuscript from the site and it's pretty clear from what I remember.

The Kapach (Qafih) editions are nearly impossible to find and if you do, they're prohibitively expensive.

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