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No, it is not in any form of Arabic.
There are many Arabic words in those languages, but agar is not one of them.

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Den 2017-04-25 kl. 02:14, skrev Leo 
Moser:
> >From below:
>> eger = assuming that
>> agar = in case that
> The distinction is slight, but if it appeals to you, they could both be in an IAL.
> Unless, of course it purports to be a minimal vocabulary IAL.
>
> Both are ways of saying "if". Come from forms of the same word.
> if [ Azeri=əgər;
> if [ Baluchi=age /aga;
> if [ Bashkir= әgәr
> if [ Kakakh= eger;
> if [ Chuvash: ekher;
> if [ Crimean Tatar=eger;
> if [ Darma=agar;
> if [ Dogri=əgər;
> if [ Emāmzāda=age;
> if [ Fārs=agar;
> if [ Fiji Hindi=agar;
> if [ Gagauz= eğer;
> if [ Garmsiri=age;
> if [ Gīlakī=æger;
> if [ Hindi=agar /agara;
> if [ Kaidipang=agu;
> if [ Katcha=adhi;
> if [ Koroshi=aga;
> if [ Kuhpāya=age;
> if [ Kulābi=agar;
> if [ Kurdish(Sorani)=eger;
> if [ Kyrgyz= eger;
> if [ Maithili= agar;
> if [ Māsaramī=ägär;
> if [ Neo-Mandaic=agar;
> if [ Pahari (Mahasu)=agər;
> if [ Pārsīg=agar;
> if [ Punjabi=jēkara;
> if [ Sarnami=agar;
> if [ Shikomor=eka;
> if [ Tajik=agar;
> if [ Tsakhur=agar;
> if [ Turkish=eğer;
> if [ Turkmen=eger;
> if [ Uzbek=agar;
> if [ Urdu=agar;
> if [ Uyghur=eger;
> if [ Zazaki: eger;
>   (Partial list}
>
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Is the source Arabic?
Kjell R