There seems to be an amount about Mamluk heraldry, from Egypt after the overthrow of the Fatimids by Salah al-Din.
Dr Murray Eiland wrote this website on Islamic heraldry and the problems associated with it.
Here is the site on St Gabriel about Islamic heraldry and the article on Mamluk Heraldry by Da’ud ibn Auda (David Appleton) is available as a pdf on St Gabriel’s or here as an article. David Appleton is also repeated on Medievalists.net.
This is an article in Military Review which talks about Islamic symbolism.
This site is the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada‘s site on Jewish heraldry.
This is a site that gives you the meaning of Arabic names. Please be aware that the names may not be period and can cause people to laugh hysterically when you refer to it! Please check!!. For names that can be taken to your local herald, please check out this site on St. Gabriel and this site on St. Gabriel which covers Jewish names from many regions and time periods.
Here is a link to the book “Iranisches Namenbuch” by Fernand Justi which has over 9,500 names is available here for download.
This site, named Names of the Middle East cover many names, as well as ancient, medieval and modern cities, all over the Middle East.
Some Nasrid or late period Al-Andalus heraldic textile is mentioned on Heraldic Frocks by Merouda. This is a small mention, but has a picture of the textile.