For the Jewish view of the afterlife, they do not seem to say much and is ambiguous on it.
What happens after we die? Judaism is famously ambiguous about this matter. The immortality of the soul, the World to Come, and the resurrection of the dead all feature prominently in Jewish tradition, but exactly what these things are and how they relate to each other has always been vague.
Traditional Judaism firmly believes that death is not the end of human existence. However, because Judaism is primarily focused on life here and now rather than on the afterlife, Judaism does not have much dogma about the afterlife, and leaves a great deal of room for personal opinion.
Olam haÂBa (afterlife) is rarely discussed in Jewish life, be it among Reform, Conservative, or Orthodox Jews.
If Jews have an ambiguous position on the afterlife, it’s doubtful we can come to any hard conclusions of the afterlife based on the Hebrew scriptures. I believe debating about the nuances of Hebrew words regarding what happens after we die would not prove to be very fruitful.
I believe the main thing that can be derived from the Hebrew texts is simply an afterlife exists.