Deaf Jews Jon Kalish reports on two congregations in New York for deaf Jews. The ability to speak Hebrew is very important for Jewish worship. What makes these congregations special is the way they prevent Hebrew from becoming an obstacle between deaf worshipers and their faith.
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Jon Kalish reports on two congregations in New York for deaf Jews. The ability to speak Hebrew is very important for Jewish worship. What makes these congregations special is the way they prevent Hebrew from becoming an obstacle between deaf worshipers and their faith.