you know, if you google the Bible or the Quran, you will find so many virtual copies of each of them in many languages, i have been looking for the Talmud, i couldnt find a virtual copy. nowhere, no torrents, nothing, i found books talking about it, a complete set of the Talmud for 2 thousand something dollars, but i didnt find a single pdf file of it. Jewish people do not have an open door policy for whom wants to learn their faith. isn't that weird? like Jews mock so many traditional practices by Christians and Muslims and they use all historic powers in their debates. but we really dont know much about their traditions and beliefs and they dont promote it. they hide within communities, currently i really find myself interested in learning these things
another thing is that Israel is reffered to as "SHE" , i've seen it several places and read it over Jewish forums and it kind of makes me think a lot, even if you enter their virtual library, you will find that a woman or the female in general is a very sacred entity even its more important than the man. you know a jew is identified by his mother, this is what i recall.
i just find jewish people very interesting ..
anyways, yeah,,, i was talking about Syriac Aramaic,, well Aramaic is still spoken in two cities in this world, i know one, its in Syria, its called "Ma3lulaa", "Maaloula" , i have been there many times, by the way Syria is a beautiful country moving in all directions from Damascus, there is so much nature there, and the people are nice and simple, Maloula is a very nice city and i brought a medel that has Aramaic writings which i still dont understand what it says with a group of friends zamaan, there are lots of ancient churches there, you can walk for hours, Mar Takla is beautiful, and once zaman in another visit i prayed there and what i asked in that prayer from God came true, i wasnt crazy or insane but it did happen
so if you wanna listen to some Syrian Aramaic, this is Our Father prayer
"ابانا الذي في السموات"