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Ghil'ad Zuckerman believes the answer to that question is yes, arguing Israelis are incapable of recognizing fine points of aspects and tenses in the Bible.
Shira Leibowitz Schmidt, however, thinks that's a bad idea, arguing if the new Bible translation into everyday Hebrew becomes standard in schools, children will be cut off from the wellsprings of their culture.
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