Columnist says as long as Israeli government remains de facto opposed to Palestinian statehood, rejecting Jewish ethno-nationalism is legitimate and does constitute anti-Semitism (Date:12/08/2018 01:56) Read full article >>

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Jewish: Predominant spoken languages:Hebrew English Russian the vernacular languages of other countries in the diasporaHistorical languages:Yiddish Ladino Judeo-Arabic others
Semitism PhotoSemitism: In paleolinguistics a Semitism is a grammatical or syntactical behaviour in a language which reveals that the influence of a Semitic language is present. The most common example is the influence of Aramaic on some texts written in Jewish Koine Greek.