Our Endangered Languages List

Paarsurrey says:

No language is man-made; all languages are made by the one true God, as a man should be respected so does every language. As man is born and dies so do the languages. Arabic is the mother of all languages; that does not mean that it does not have a grand mother; it means that Arabic got developed in the ancient times by the grace of one true God , it has nurtured other languages and it is destined to be a living languages and it is least affected by wearing away of time due to its inherent systems.
For such and many other features of the Arabic language, the revelation of Quran has been sent in Arabic by the one true God; though revelation from the one true God could be in any language that humans speak.

Michael Bradley - Time Traveler

In a reverse Tower of Babel, mankind is consolidating its languages with globalism.  Our species speaks over 7,000 languages right now, but those are quickly being reduced to 20 or fewer.  Below is an article on some of the most endangered languages.  I was kind of surprised to find that Rapa Nui (the Easter Island language) was not already extinct.  If you look up my Irish history post on St. Patrick’s Day, you will find my ancestral language of Gaelic is nearly snuffed out on purpose by the Brits.

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Irish Gaelic, Rapa Nui And More Endangered Languages From Around The World

by Libby Zay (RSS feed) on Jun 7th 2013 at 1:00PM

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There are nearly 7,000 languages spoken throughout the world today, the majority of which are predicted to become extinct by the end of this century. Half the world’s population speaks the top 20…

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