Quite an awful lot lately, I’ve seen a bunch of questions regarding Tanach grammar popping up in the review queue as off-topic for Hebrew language, most recently Explanation of Kamatz vs. Patach ה הידעה. The reason itself specifies
Questions about the Hebrew language or about history or news of the Jewish people, Jewish individuals, or the State of Israel, except as related to Judaism, are off-topic. If this question does relate to Judaism, please edit it to indicate how.
Notice the part in italics. (Formatting is exactly how it appears in the reason.)
Given how many of these questions keep popping up in the queue, in spite of this qualification, maybe we should emphasize this point a little more bluntly, boldly, clearly, whatever adverb you think is relevant, that questions about Jews/Israel/Hebrew/etc. are not off-topic; questions about Jews/Israel/Hebrew/etc. unrelated to Judaism are off-topic.
I have addressed the general topic previously on here. I feel like there are other meta questions that are similarly relevant, which others can post or edit in. My question is not about the policy itself, but rather how we can emphasize it better so that such questions that are perfectly okay don’t clog up the review queue so often.