The local dialect does not affect the actual language. Every Arab country has its own local dialect but they all use Modern Standard Arabic for anything formal (which includes books, newspapers, speeches, etc..). This is not open for Hebraization. Even if that was true, it certainly wouldn't cause grammar changes. That's just ridiculous.
Iran's Rohani calls for more freedom of expression, says that gov't critics shouldn't be jailed (AP)
from the article: Israel's textbooks in Arabic are full of mistakes, study finds
Six of the journalists are being held in administrative detention; Shin Bet says all are suspected of involvement in terrorist activity or organizations.12:06 03.05.16 | 3 comments
Let them come. Let them come in droves. Let artists like Bruce Springsteen and Steve Van Zandt bring Israelis who need to hear it, a message of social justice and freedom for Palestinians.18:17 03.05.16 | 0 comments