Ishak Abu-Hamad teaching an Arabic class in Drijat during the five-day program, August 2018. Eliyahu Hershkovitz

Meet the Jewish Israelis Studying Arabic as an Act of Political Protest

The nation-state law recently downgraded the status of Arabic as an official language, but some Israelis are fighting back by going out of their way to learn it – all the way to the Negev desert

DRIJAT – “Delicious.” That’s an easy one.

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