How would you say apes in Hebrew? Is it not the same as kofim?
no, apes are a single branch of a single group of Primates. apes aka Hominoids calld in Hebrew הומינואידים (as you can see, it is a loaned word) or קופי-אדם (literal translation: "man-mankeys" or something like that.. :S)
They’re called קוֹפֵי־אָדָם, lit. ‘human-monkeys’, and are considered a subgroup of קופים. Humans are not, though.
Especially since there’s such a strong opposition to teaching evolution in Israeli schools, and ethnoreligious sentiment is alarmingly on the rise…
Remember that אלהים is real and he's waiting for us to repent to His son who gave his life to redeem and deliver us from evil
I want a band called habananot
Nonsensical sentences also make it almost impossible to guess the answer from context.
Apes should have been accepted too, for sure. Planet of the apes was translated as כוכב הקופים and it is a classic which is part of the modern Hebrew language.