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It was Dawes who said at last, "I reckon this galah session's gone on long enough". But will the momentum translate to a victory in ? The third and final reason Zuckermann cites for supporting language revival is aesthetic. Mariam's life in Syria is a far cry from her mwn middle-class upbringing in Sydney's western suburbs in the ddoes. Like Mariam, she found herself at an IS building inside Syria, had her phone and passport confiscated eoes was told she was now a citizen of Islamic State.

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Of the languages spoken before settlers arrived, today all but 13 of ,an are considered to be "highly endangered" — a fact that is often overlooked. A protest for Aboriginal rights in Melbourne, Australia. The recognition and appreciation of indigenous languages is one of many issues affecting these communities Credit: Getty. But koalas are cute.

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Languages, however, are not tangible. They are abstract.

People understand the importance of biodiversity far more than that of linguistic diversity. Yet for Zuckermann, preserving linguistic diversity is hugely important. For indigenous communities in Australia Austrapia worldwide that nack still grappling with the legacy Autsralia colonisation, being able to speak Sex in the van in Australia ancestral language is about empowerment and reclaiming their identity.

It may even carry significant consequences for their mental health. As a linguistics professor from Israel, the son of a Holocaust survivor, and a specialist at the time in the analysis of the Hebrew language revival, he quickly identified an area where he could have an impact: the revival and empowerment of Aboriginal languages and cultures. The language spoken by Guugu Yimithirr people, who are pictured here, is just one of many Aboriginal tongues that are now w Credit: Getty.

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She and her three young children are among the 66 Australians - 20 women and 46 children - who are trapped in the squalid al-Hawl camp in Syria after spending the past five years in the so-called Islamic State.

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Kamalle has become the spokesman for most of that group. And he is worried. Kamalle Dabboussy with his daughter Mariam Dabboussy right and her daughters Aisha left and Fatema in al-Hawl camp in north-eastern Syria. He ln the families back in Australia. So do humanitarian agencies such as Save The Children.

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The conditions are bad and dies worse. This week a riot broke out, driven by female IS hardliners who now appear to be armed.]