In response to ongoing events in the Middle East, Telegram has taken a significant step to cater to its user base in Israel and the Palestinian territories. The messaging platform’s management, led by Pavel Durov, recognized the need to ensure reliable access to news and personal communication for the hundreds of thousands of subscribers from these regions. As part of this initiative, Telegram has now added Hebrew language support to its interface, complementing the existing Arabic support.
Users can easily enable Hebrew within the messenger settings, granting them the ability to communicate seamlessly in their preferred language, notes NIXsolutions. Additionally, Telegram offers a built-in translator, allowing users to translate messages into various other languages, further enhancing the accessibility and versatility of the platform.