Alef, Beit, Gimel, Dalet, Hei, Vav, Zayin (read right to left, of course)
how it's pronounced, I guess. Sorry, don't speak any Hebrew
like I said, I don't speak the language, so I'm not sure how it's pronounced
Hebrew, correct? I'll always think of dreidels XD
Plus, you know, the significance of the ancient hebrews writing down their stories and religion in the Quran, but mostly dreidels
Gah. I'm such an american stereotype, aren't I? XD
Mind blip! I really did mean the torah
I didn't know it's history until AP World History, this year, and my teacher went into detail about it, and it would be on my list for most influential moments in human history
Well from that point on the Jewish people stated keeping track of their religious struggles, it gives history an entirely different perspective of the ancient ages
Looks like ur missing the rest of the alphabet
Might be h or j
It looks Hebrew.
Because they look like Hebrew letters to me.
Because i have seen Hebrew writing before on numerous occasions and i looked at what you posted and i knew it was Hebrew lettering.
I see it on the internet often at religious sites.
I am Christian. I have seen them on many Christian sites, I was a member of a Jewish Messianic forum for 7 years. Their site was decorated by a lot of Hebrew scriptures and they often linked to Jewish sites that had both Hebrew and English translation of the same texts.