To add to jake's answer:
I think the best way to treat this is to look at our FAQ:
What kind of questions can I ask here?
Jewish Life and Learning - Stack Exchange is for students and teachers of Jewish law and tradition.
There's a difference between a question about Jewish Life and Learning, and a question about something relating to Jewish Life and Learning. The fact that Jews use hebrew, does not make questions about hebrew the same as questions about Judaism.
(Similar to the way questions on StackOverflow are limited to programming. Programmers may use computers to do their work, but questions about computers belong on SuperUser)
With that being said, it becomes quite clear that it depends on what the question is truly asking. In other words, we don't necessarily limit to a type of Hebrew (Biblical or Rabbinic) nor to "holy text". We simply want questions that are genuinely about Jewish life and not purely about the Hebrew language.
The same would apply to translation questions, and "modern Israeli usage" questions. We are bound to stumble on some borderline questions, but I believe the "inspired question" is clearly about Hebrew and has nothing to do with Jewish Life and Learning.
Of course, one can always
propose an SE site about the Hebrew language support the Hebrew Language and Usage proposal. It appears a site about Yiddish is also in the definition stage.