Israeli Sign LanguagePrint
L2 users: 10,000 (Meir et al 2010).
Based in part on German Sign Language [gsg] but incorporating signs from many other sources. Minor dialect variation.
A finger-spelling system developed in 1976.
Interpreters provided in courts. Some interpretation for college students. Sign language instruction for parents of deaf children. Many sign language classes for hearing people. Organization for sign language teachers. Classroom sign language and that used by deaf adults outside are different. All ages.
The first deaf school was established in Jerusalem in 1934. Jewish.