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kbtoyssni

Arabic "triumph" Dining Card?

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My mum (also a celiac) is traveling to Egypt in February and wants something like a Triumph dining card to take with her. Triumph doesn't have a card in Arabic. Does anyone know where I can get one?


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I found these:

http://www.celiactravel.com/restaurant-cards.html

They have one in Arabic - hope that helps!

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I'm half arabic and I can't read these at all, other than to say that the person is holding the card is ill and can't eat [...] who know what follows. It's written is very small handwriting which isn't very clear even when I zoom in on my PC.

I found this thread while looking up the translation for the word "celiac" in arabic so I could supply a better translation, My arabic isn't stellar, but it would at least be readable. I have these cards in other languages and my italian and israeli freinds say they're clear in those languages so I'm not knocking the cards at all, just saying I don't know how helpful that one is. The itouch/ipod version of the arabic card is better as it's printed but referes to wheat kernels instead of wheat.

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