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So who decides where to draw the line? Some members will feel it is unfair to block good work and some members will report posts knowing the source and ask for it to be removed as per the rules.
Therefore, not being biased on which posts can stay and which cannot - actions are taken on the contents, context, the manner, the topic, and reports by users.
Good article has no need to insult people, their families, their mother, sister, cat, pigeon etc.
Our Ulama have never called the female members of each others families prostitues etc. They have vigorously differed and vehemently disagreed e.g. India/Pakistan but neither the Pro-Pakistan nor the Pro-India Ulama have ever called each other brothers of Shaytaan and cursed each other’s family members as prostitutes.
And Lastly, Islamic history is filled with scholarly arguments and disagreements and vast majority of scholars quote each other and disagree. Imam Abu Haneefa (RA) and Imam Malik (RA) disagreed with each other for days and nights while still talking to each other. Imam Ahmed Ibn Hanbal (RA) and Imam Shaf’ae (RA) studied under the students of Imam Abu Haneefa (RA) and then disagreed. Our people call everybody else who disagrees with them stupid etc and curse their family members.
To finish, it is IDIOTIC to state that Sayyiduna Umar (RA) was harsh! There is difference of night and day between harsh and calling someone’s sister or daughter prostitutes, Sayyiduna Umar (RA) NEVER ONCE uttered that for any of the Sahaba-e-Kiraam and there are monumental disagreements of his in Islamic history with others. He even pelted them with stones or hit them with a whip and admonished people in full fury BUT never did he curse them or their families!
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.