The language of Jews is spoken in Japan and Taiwan, where Jews, according to a census in 2011, number 1.3 million people.
But in Israel, the country’s second-largest Jewish population, the language is spoken by only around 10,000 people.
In China, where the language was first spoken, only 10,500 people have Jewish roots.
In the US, where Jewish groups have fought efforts to change its name, there are only about 15,000 Jewish Americans, while in Canada there are around 40,000 Jews.
“They’re the ones that have the language,” said Dr. Yael Tselem, who has worked with Chinese Jews for over 20 years and has helped teach Hebrew to many.
“It’s a huge problem.”
A study last year of more than a million Chinese Jews found that most people do not speak the language fluently, and some have difficulty learning it.
“People tend to be more conservative in terms of their language, so it’s harder to speak it,” said Tseem.
“I’ve worked with a Chinese Jew who has a very progressive language that is very similar to Hebrew, and he’s a wonderful person.”
For many, speaking Hebrew is more than just an academic subject.
It’s a cultural tradition, a way of life, a language of communication.
“In the world of Judaism, language is very important,” said Yael.
“Language is the only thing that binds us together as a people.”
Jewish and non-Jewish Jews often have very different views about what it means to be Jewish, with the latter group also speaking their own language.
“Many of the young people in Israel are very close to their parents and their grandparents,” said Shmuel Berger, a Jewish studies professor at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
In China’s case, that has meant that in recent years, many Chinese have adopted a different approach to language. “
The question is, how do we give them that sense of belonging?”
In China’s case, that has meant that in recent years, many Chinese have adopted a different approach to language.
In a recent report, the Chinese Jewish Educational Foundation said that in the last three years, it had received nearly 100 applications from families that were planning to send their children to the US to study Hebrew.
It is a trend that could have far-reaching implications.
“We’re talking about hundreds of thousands of children in China, and it’s about bringing the Chinese language back to China,” said Berger.
“If you want to bring Chinese language to China, you have to do this.
It takes a long, long time.”
“We need to make sure the Jewish language is the language of the future,” said Tal, the Israeli-born American Jew.
The only way we’re going to do that is by making it more and more important to teach the Jewish religion in Hebrew.””
One thing that we need to do is to change the language in order to give people the chance to become Jews and to become Israelis.
The only way we’re going to do that is by making it more and more important to teach the Jewish religion in Hebrew.”