Quran text in Arabic, scripts: Uthmani, clean enhanced and clean simple - copyright the Tanzil project, Creative Commons licence:
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English explanations by Yusuf Ali and Marmaduke Pickthall - Public Domain, available at many websites.
Arabic transcription to English released to Public Domain by original copyright holder (Progressive Muslims Organization), downloaded from Wikisource.
Recitation by Mohammed Siddiq Al-Minshawi - available in zekr.org project (filename: minshawi-48kbps-offline.recit.zip) as "Seems old enough to be in the public domain." - see properties file in the zip archive, also available on QuranCentral website and described as free: "Feel free to download and re-distribute on but please place a link back to the source to support our project. We also have an embed feature where you can embed an audio from our site on your blog and so on."
Word by word translations and phonetic transcriptions come from http://corpus.quran.com/ which is GPL licenced:
Flashcards with arabic-corpus-derived=true are derived from Quranic Arabic Corpus by matching tokens in Arabic text to translations which makes them GPL-ed as well.
Fonts that this Quran flashcards projects use are:
KFGQPC Uthmanic Script HAFS Regular.otf from https://arabicfonts.net/ that are "free to use"
More than thousands of Arabic fonts can be downloaded free of costs as you prefer whether to be used in websites, programs or any other thing.
Scheherazade-2.100 from https://software.sil.org/ available under SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE
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