Most languages are written from left to right. Hebrew is one of the exceptions.
Known as the Aleph Bet, the Hebrew alphabet contains 22 letters.
Jewish mystics took Judaism's reverence for the Hebrew language one step further, venerating the Hebrew letters themselves and considering them paths to the Divine.
According to Jewish tradition, Hebrew is the original language of humanity and the language spoken by God.
It's difficult to pinpoint the moment Hebrew emerged as a unique language.
Hebrew is the sacred language of Jewish scripture and prayer and also the language of the modern Jewish state.