Israeli Jews have found it much easier to communicate with their Arab neighbors than with their Jewish counterparts.
And for a country that has been under siege by Arab nationalism, the language is proving increasingly useful.
As of November 1, Israel was ranked third on the world list of countries with the highest percentage of the population who do not speak Arabic, according to the International Language Center at Oxford University.
The same year, the number of people who do was just slightly below the global average of 6.2%.
Israel’s language has also become a key tool for Israel’s political leaders, who have made a habit of using the language in their speeches and public appearances.
They have also made it a point to emphasize the importance of Israel’s Jewish identity in Israel.
The government’s language efforts have become a part of a larger effort to encourage a more pluralistic society.
As part of this, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched a new initiative called “B’nai B’rith International Language Initiative,” or B’B’Rith, to encourage the use of Israeli languages in all aspects of public life, from education to media.
The initiative is intended to promote a pluralistic, inclusive and democratic society.
The initiative, which was launched on November 7, seeks to ensure that Israeli citizens and residents speak at least a minimum of two official languages at home, with the use and teaching of all Israeli languages being encouraged.
The language of the State of Israel is Hebrew, spoken by 1.5 million people in Israel, according the government.
The Hebrew language is also spoken in Israel by more than a million other people, who make up more than 60 percent of the country’s population.
The government has long maintained that its language has been a key part of Israeli society, and in recent years it has begun to encourage Hebrew speakers to learn other languages.
This year, however, it also started to take steps to increase the use in Israeli schools of Arabic and other Israeli languages, such as Hebrew and English.
In 2015, the Ministry of Education created a new “language institute” and began to offer Hebrew language courses.
The institute is now open to all Israeli children, as well as Israeli Jews.
The ministry has also created a separate language program for Israeli citizens.
This program is aimed at introducing Israeli Hebrew into the daily lives of Israelis.
The program will include Hebrew language classes in schools and is available to all Israelis who want to learn Hebrew, regardless of their national origin.
As part of the new initiative, the ministry also started providing free Hebrew language lessons to children of all ages.
At the beginning of the year, there were already over 400,000 lessons being offered, and the ministry expects to add another 200,000 in the coming year.
According to the Israeli government, the Hebrew language was the first language taught to the entire country when Israel was founded in 1948.
In the same year it was the only language taught in schools, and it has been the language of choice for Israeli Jews for decades.
Since its establishment, the Jewish people have been able to learn a wide variety of Hebrew, which is spoken in many countries.
But with the emergence of the Internet, there are many new ways to communicate, including through Facebook and Twitter, and through video messaging platforms.
According the Israeli Institute of International Education, more than half of Israelis speak at home in Hebrew, but only 3 percent of Jewish children have at least one Hebrew-language teacher in their home.
In addition, Israeli Jews are increasingly choosing to use their native languages as a way of expressing themselves, including Hebrew.
The most popular Hebrew language for Jewish youth is Hebrew spoken by more people in Tel Aviv than in any other city in Israel or the country as a whole.