Recently my question, Why Greek Septuagint of Genesis 34:3 refer to Dinah as a virgin?, is migrated to Hermeneutic SE. I want to ask for the moderators to reverse it. I'm willing to change my question in order to be able to have it on Christianity SE and the one at Hermeneutics SE be deleted. In order to prevent similar case like mine can I request for a time period before a moderator moved a question to another SE? I want to propose a time period let say 24 hours so that a questioner can be informed if his question might be better asked on another SE. Thank you for the moderators who have been working well to manage this site.
No, actually that's not the way it works.
I "grace period" just doesn't make any sense in this case.
First of all there is not really any ambiguity about where that question belongs. There are some cases where a question is potentially on topic on more than one site and which site is best might depend on what sort of answer the OP would prefer. Such is not the case with this question. It is utterly and completely outside the scope of C.SE and exactly square dead center for BH.SE. It's a great question for there and belongs there. It's not ever close to being appropriate for C.SE and does not belong here.
Of course you can ask whatever question you like here on C.SE as long as it fits the local site guidelines, but you can't just pull a question out of circulation because you don't like it. At this point it was given a good answer in good faith by somebody on the BH site that is a good match for the question. Deleting it would unfairly deprive them of their work and since it's a good fit all the way around there is no reason to do that.
If you would like to ask a modified version of the question here on C.SE feel free to try that. But I don't see any reason to reverse the migration. It would be off topic here, so there is no point in migrating it back just to promptly close it, and with an answer there really isn't any reason to delete it.
If for whatever reason you don't want your name associated with the post we can take care of that I'm sure. The CC license you grant when you use this site does allow you to remove your name from things. I think the fastest way to make that happen is actually (and counter-intuitively) to follow the migration and create an associated account there. That will properly claim authorship of the post. Then delete your account, which will properly anonymize your content instead of the limbo state it's in now.
In deference to your stated preference against migration I have just closed (rather than migrated) another one of your questions that was clearly asking something that is in-scope for BH.SE and not C.SE. If you don't want your questions migrated please stop asking things that don't belong here! Questions about "What does text X mean?" or "Can X me interpreted such and such a way?" or anything along that vein are not questions for C.SE.