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I generally agree with this.

However I think a more balanced approach is allowing users to comment and ask the author of the answer to add that the view belongs to a particular school and clarify that it is not a view where there is a consensus among Muslim scholars and schools.

TheIn short, the comments should be about the answer, they should not be an attack on the beliefs of other Muslims or the author of the answer.

I generally agree with this.

However I think a more balanced approach is allowing users to comment and ask the author of the answer to add that the view belongs to a particular school and clarify that it is not a view where there is a consensus among Muslim scholars and schools.

The comments should about the answer, they should not be an attack on the beliefs of other Muslims.

I generally agree with this.

However I think a more balanced approach is allowing users to comment and ask the author of the answer to add that the view belongs to a particular school and clarify that it is not a view where there is a consensus among Muslim scholars and schools.

In short, the comments should be about the answer, they should not be an attack on the beliefs of other Muslims or the author of the answer.

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I generally agree with this.

However I think a more balanced approach is allowing users to comment and ask the author of the answer to add that the view belongs to a particular school and clarify that it is not a view where there is a consensus among Muslim scholars and schools.

The comments should about the answer, they should not be an attack on the beliefs of other Muslims.