Many words incorporated into English a long time ago have the Arabic particle "al" incorporated into them. For example, "algebra" and "alcohol".
But does English have commonly used phrases with the Arabic particle "al" as a separate word apart from "Al Qaeda" and "Al Jazeera"? I can think of "El Alamein" (why is it "El"?) and Al-Shabaab, but nothing else.
I tried looking for Wiktionary's entry on "al" to see if there's a list of compounds formed from it, but the only info it had was under the non-Latin version ال and therefore doesn't have a list of English phrases using it.