Hebrew

Ancient language of the Jewish people, revived in xxx by Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, now the official language of Israel

10,000 students to return to ulpans next week

Like other educational institutions, ulpans were shuttered when the COVID-19 pandemic struck but have remained close until now, while numerous other educational frameworks reopened several weeks ago.

Coming soon: Internet domain names in Hebrew

According to the association, there are currently over 250,000 ".il" registered domain names, under four different extensions: co.il, gov.il, org.il and ac.il.

19/05/2020
‘IN THE mid-12th century, Judah moved from Granada in Muslim Spain and settled in Lunel in Provence.
The Ibn Tibbon family: Masters of Hebrew translation

Judah ibn Tibbon and his son, Samuel, made translation a key factor in promoting great philosophical works to readers in Hebrew.

29/02/2020
Yaakov Gelfand
A song for Adar: Hallelujah

הַלְלוּיָה

By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
28/02/2020
A man wears a mask as he walks past a mural showing a modified image of the Chinese Communist Party
Hebrew-speaking Chinese reporter sways Israeli ‘hearts and minds’

In an opinion piece on the Begin Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, an Israeli academic warns that Israelis respond a little too well to Hebrew speaking Chinese media stars.

Hebrew Theater marks 10th birthday

To say that Hebrew Theater founder and artistic director Gadi Tsedaka is proud of his theater, its staff, its actors and creators is like saying that a diamond is a pretty piece of glass.

By HELEN KAYE
18/02/2020
Hedva Amrani
A song for Shevat: What a Golden Morning

אֵיזֶה בּוֹקֶר שֶל זָהָב

By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
08/02/2020
Musrara honors poets TS Eliot, Zali Gurevitch at Photopoetic Festival

The Jerusalem neighborhood will salute relationship between poetic talent and the visual arts in three different exhibitions.

Flashcards with Hebrew words, including the word "Tapuach," meaning "apple". (Illustrative)
Hebrew language classes in public schools rare — but rising in Chicago

Approximately 1,400 students nationwide are studying Hebrew in public schools — and nearly half of them are in Chicago, where 680 students study Hebrew in public schools

By BEN SALES/JTA
24/12/2019
Israel names its first-ever planet ‘Alef’

The exoplanet is located 1,500 light years away from Earth.

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