I’m not a religious man myself, but I’m impressed with the work that has been done by Christians eager to translate the Bible into as many languages as possible; the site World Scriptures has a section that lists such translations, and not only is the number impressive (more than 2000) but you can see portions of the translation (usually the beginning of the book of John) for many of them (those marked with an icon of a scroll in the A-Z list). Sure, they have plain old Arabic (“Part of the Bible was published for the first time in 1516”), but also Algerian, Chad (Romanized!), Egyptian, Judaeo-Tunisian, Lebanese, North African, Palestinian, Sudan, Southern Sudan, and Tunisian. (And I’m afraid I got a juvenile chuckle out of the fact that there’s a language called Anal.) Thanks for the link, Paul!