Learning Arabic & Hebrew


Learning Arabic & Hebrew

Learning Arabic and Hebrew for better understanding each other culture, Using online resource, such as Wikipedia, and other. Suggesting Easy reading for both Hebrew and Arabic, Exchanging books Organizing meetings for practicing Arabic and Heb

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Comment by Yehuda Schwartz on February 12, 2014 at 2:47pm

Th Federation of Israel-Palestine is organizing an Israeli-Palestinian group to learn Arabic and Hebrew by alternate exchange.

The place: At Abed's place, next to mahsom Wallajeh (close to Malha train station in Jerusalem). You will see the wall being built there, and you will brake it symbolically...

The time: from last week of March 2014, some 2 hours once a week

Open to teenagers and adults.

You not only want to learn Hebrew or Arabic, but have other activities and meet nice people? You are invited to participate.

Comment by Eyal Raviv on January 26, 2013 at 10:35pm

We're trying something new on Sunday, February 3, at 20:00 Jerusalem time - we're going to learn Arabic and Hebrew together and we invite you to join us.

Hope to see you then. RSVP and see more info at:

Respectfully yours,

Eyal Raviv

Comment by Libby and Len Traubman on January 26, 2013 at 4:54pm

A document In ARABIC, HEBREW & ENGLISH and related to this citizen-to-citizen public peace process can be downloaded at

Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on September 11, 2012 at 10:55am

there are also slight differences in Israel , between villages and cities, north and south. 

Comment by Tim Upham on September 11, 2012 at 9:02am

Arabic is divided into different dialects.  Each country has its own dialect, except for Egypt which has three dialects.  You get down around Aswan, and they do not have the "j" sound.  So if your name is John, they will say Gohn.  The Palestinian dialect has a lot of "ish" in it.  I can recognize regional Arabic dialects when I hear them. With Japan, I am involved with saving the Ainu language.  Ainu has seven different dialects.  Kushiro is the dialect they are teaching in Hokkaido schools.  So it does not make any difference, if you are talking about nation-states or indigenous peoples.

Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on September 11, 2012 at 2:18am

Tim, in Hebrew it is the same - there is  a way different to talk to women . as inta ans inti in Arabic, there is ata and at ( sounds like 'but' just more open) in Hebrew, ect. verbs, adjectives,adverbs and so on - all have the feminine form and the masculine one.


Comment by Tim Upham on September 10, 2012 at 8:27pm

I have discovered the grammar to be more sexually segregated in Arabic.  That is the reason why I cannot carry on a conversation with a woman in Arabic.  Most of my conservations were with men.  Which gives you an idea of how sexually segregated Arab/Islamic society is.

Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on September 10, 2012 at 9:26am

Shigeru, Arabic is not more difficult than Hebrew. you will find that there are many similar words. Writing Arabic must be difficult, indeed. I do not learn read&write, only to speak, which is easier. 

Comment by ayman abdeen on June 5, 2012 at 7:52pm

hey lrit,

nice to meet u. i send you a message . thanks you 

Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on June 5, 2012 at 11:46am

hi Ayman, I might do that. just have to make some available time.
wrote to your ,message box . thanks


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