A new chapter in the Internet History was written yesterday: May 5, 2010. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) launched the first Non-Latin Top-Level Domains (TLD). This first Non-Latin TLDs are in Arabic Language, and they are: السعودية. (Al-Saudiah), امارات. (Emarat) and مصر. (Misr).
What TLD means is the Dot + "Something" that we use everyday, like: Texnomic.com or Nilesolutions.net. Why this is huge? because this is the first time since the invention of the Internet that the Website addresses can be written in other languages from English. To better understand this, check this Website Address:
This is equivalent to: www.mcit.gov.eg
I'm very glad to say that Egypt have the first full Arabic Domain Address with Arabic TLD