The Hebrew proposal failed, but has been restarted. However, I don't see why it will do much better. Meanwhile, I hold my self back from asking Hebrew-related questions, out of fear of political down-votes.
I hereby suggest extending the scope to include biblical Hebrew as its usage and meaning are inseparable from Jewish life and culture. However, modern Hebrew should remain out of scope*. It should also be considered to include other Jewish languages.
* Except to clarify differences: Why did the staff first become an alligator (tanin), and then a snake (nachash)? Why the grouping of faith (emunah) and national defence (bitachon)? – Confusion due to Modern Hebrew's novel definitions for tanin and bitachon.