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What country speaks Hebrew?


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2017-10-14 17:59:03
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2017-10-14 17:55:44
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Hebrew is one of the two official languages of Israel, spoken by more than 6 million people. It is also used by many Jews worldwide (but not all), and it is used in Jewish liturgy and Torah study.


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Hebrew is one of the two official languages of Israel, spoken by more than 6 million people. It is also used by many Jews worldwide (but not all), and it is used in Jewish liturgy and Torah study.

Israel is located in Asia.


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2016-01-03 08:03:13
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The Hebrew language is one of the official languages of Israel, spoken by nearly 7 million people. But Hebrew is also used all over the world by Jews in every country.


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2014-05-01 04:30:36
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Hebrew is one of the two official langauges of Israel, spoken by more than 6 million people. It is also used by Jews all over the world.


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2012-01-07 21:54:27
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mainly in Israel, but also by Jews in many different countries.


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2011-12-15 21:50:55
2011-12-15 21:50:55

Jews speak Hebrew in every country they live in, but it is an official language only in Israel.

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Hebrew is a language, not a race. If you are asking what ethnic group speaks Hebrew, then the majority of Hebrew speakers are Jews. The largest minority that speaks Hebrew are Arabs.

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No European country speaks Hebrew as either an official language or national language. Hebrew is spoken in Israel, which is in Asia. However, there are many Jews all over Europe who speak Hebrew.

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Virtually all businesses in Israel speak Hebrew.

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Hebrew is used in Judaism, in its Torah and the prayers. See also:More about Hebrew

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The real Jews (Hebrew Israelites) that the Bible speaks of are Negroes, Latinos/Hispanics and Native Americans.


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