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HISTORY

The Hebrew alphabet and writing became popular around 600 B.C. The Hebrew language is a language belonging to the North-Central branch of the Semitic family of languages. It strongly resembles Aramaic and Arabic, sharing many linguistical features with them. Hebrew is currently spoken by a community of about 10 million people, of whom about 5 million live in the State of Israel, and the rest in the various countries of the Jewish diaspora. The first written evidence of
Hebrew, the Gezer calendar, dates back to the 10th century B.C.. The most famous work originally written in Hebrew is the Bible. Although the texts of the the first five books of the Bible (Pentateuch) were written down relatively late, perhaps as late as 500 B.C., it is apparent that some of them date back to as early as the 9th century B.C.. The Hebrews never created a mighty empire, they never became very wealthy or numerous, they didn’t even remain independent more than a few centuries. The five books of Moses (Torah) is a part of Jewish oral tradition. There are thirteen basic rules of
logic and style that govern the interpretation of the written Law. They ensure that the Torah is explained in a rational and consistent fashion and in a way that conforms to the grammar and style of Biblical Hebrew. These rules, known as the 13 rules of Rabbi Yishmael, are listed in the Introduction to Sifra and provide the basic tools for understanding the Talmud.
Jewish ethics are neither a matter of personal preference or a social contract; rather they are an integral part of both the Written and Oral Laws that were revealed at Sinai, and go hand-in-hand with the Jewish legal code. There is evidence that early Christian prophets used stories in their preaching. The Hasidic Jews also used storytelling in introducing their rituals and belief to young children.

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Kiryat Shamona
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Hadera
Ma'aleh Adumim
Ma'aleh Adumim Chat List
Mitzpeh Yericho
Anatot
Tekoa
Tel Mond
Ramat Bet Shemesh
Bet Shemesh
Shemesh Directory (Beit Shemesh, Ramat Beit Shemesh)
Shmeshon - Hebrew site on Bet Shemesh
Givat Savion, Bet Shemesh
Efrat Real Estate List
Kochav HaShachar
Nahariya
Shilo
Sharei Shechem (Shomron Mountain Settlements)
Itamar
Elon Moreh
AMANA - Gush Emunim Settlements
Givat Yakov - Shomron
The Municipality of Bet El
Binyamin Regional Council
Kibbutz Hadati Movement
Kibbutz Hadati Movement
Israel Matnasim (Cultural Centers)
Telzstone
Modi'in
Eden Hills
Aderet
Gush Etzion
Jerusalem Apartments
Karnei Shomron
Moshav Matityahu
Har Choma - Jerusalem
Golan Heights
Katzrin
Givat Zeev
Yesha Bulletin
Rehovot
Karmiel
Afula
Real Estate Web Sites
Beer Sheva
Shiran - Israeli Multiple Listing Service (Hebrew)
Tefah - Jerusalem Real Estate
Tivuch Shelly
Binyamin Regional Council
Shikun Ovdim
Ra'anana Heights
Capital Property Consultants (Jerusalem)
Anglo-Saxon
Anglo-Saxon Ra'anana
Amidar
Engel
Dead Sea
Andromeda Hill
Florentin Corner (Tel-Aviv residential development)
Har Hagefen - Beit Shemesh and Ramat Beit Shemesh
Richman & Richman
BarEl Properties - Zichron Yaacov
Jerusalem Homes
Neve Monoson
Israel Properties
Chamber of Jerusalem Real Estate Brokers
Remax Capital in Jerusalem
Nadlan City (Mevasseret Zion and Greater Jerusalem)
Pearl Skolnik Realty (inc. Ramat Bet-Shemesh, Jerusalem area)
R.P. Real Estate
Holon
Pepper Real Estate Properties in Zichron Ya'akov
Buy Property in Israel
Duman Kolker Realty - Jerusalem
Nadlan-Plus - Jerusalem Real Estate - Israel Properties
Ideal Properties
MatiCorp Realty
Century 21 Jerusalem
Lagur Real Estate Portal
Caesarea Real Estate
Jaffa
Netanya Real Estate
Bulletin Boards for Buying / Selling / Renting
Localista (Hebrew and English)
Homeless
Israel Home Owner
HaAguda LeTarbut HaDiur
Portal of real estate land and taxation
Building.org.il
Renting in Jerusalem
Sheal
Ma'agarei Meida
Acco
Hebrew University Apartment Board
Tefah - Jerusalem Rentals (agency)
Israel Tourism - Holiday Apartments
Retirement Homes
Bayit Bakfar - Kfar-Saba and Near Kinneret
Beth Protea - Herzliya
Commercial Real Estate
Natam Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Ltd.
Industrial Buildings
Gav-Yam Bayside Land Corporation Ltd.
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GOOGLE HEBREW SEO NEWS

Hebrew and Arabic Google will now more dynamically adjust from left-to-right/ right-to-left typing, depending on what language you enter, Google announced. For instance, if you go to Google Egypt and enter “hello world,” the text will be left-aligned flowing towards the right; entering “الخطوط الملوَّن” on the other hand will be right-aligned, flowing towards the left. (This is not to be confused with the user’s ability to type from right to left when entering Hebrew or Arabic, which was possible before in Google and elsewhere as it is already handled on the operating system level; however, on overall right-to-left web pages like MSN Israel, all query input will start at the right, including English one.)

There’s a little WMV video showing this; note I’m using the Windows language toggler to change my keyboard in-between search query 1 and query 2 (and query 2 is random input). To change your language on Windows, try searching for “add language” in the Windows help or search “windows additional languages” in Google... the method may vary with the specific OS version.

Google developer Josh Daniel writes, “Enabling applications for bidirectionality is especially tricky because any sentence or phrase may contain a mix of left-to-right text (e.g. English, numbers), right-to-left text (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew), and neutral text (e.g. punctuation). The rules for displaying the direction of characters in individual words are different from the rules for displaying the direction of words in a phrase. Things are further complicated due to widely varying limitations across web browsers.”