The only Hebrew font from Adobe is Adobe Hebrew that is packaged with Acrobat and Reader. It is more compatible with Minion (not minyan 🙂 ) than with a san serif such as Frutiger.
If you license the "ME" version of InDesign ( not available directly from Adobe, but via Winsoft), you also get a bundle of OpenType fonts supporting Hebrew.
Ironically, a number of the TrueType fonts that come with Windows, including Times New Roman, Arial, Courier New, and Microsoft Sans include Hebrew characters in their support of Unicode. (The Macintosh versions of these fonts do not support Hebrew!) If you enable Hebrew support in Windows, some other fonts are also made available such as David.
There are companies, such as FontWorld, that do offer extensive collections of Hebrew fonts or fonts with Hebrew characters.
You can find hebrew fonts in many Israeli site just search in hebrew. "גופן בעברית".
By the way check out this site for shabbat times in Israeli cities:
http://shabbat-times.co.il the site is in hebrew.
Very Informational. I am having trouble typing right to left in Illustrator, I have to input everything backwards. Is there any way that you can help me.
The newer versions of the Creative Suite/Creative Cloud applications have a Hebrew version as well as a version with English UI but also Hebrew language support!
It is more compatible with Minion (not minyan 🙂 )
Seeing this eleven years later, but it's never too late to applaud a good pun! Alas, I don't have nine others here to applaud with me... ;^D
Now we're only 8 short!
Minion not minyan 🙂 !! ❤️