In response to this question which asked "Is kingdom of Saudi Arabia Islamic" I wrote an answer arguing that if a government is found to be working with enemies of the Muslim Ummah, then it can't not be considered Islamic. Then I provided a factual story in regards with the KSA. The answer initially received 4 upvotes, but two users responded negatively one by calling it "a conspiracy theory" and the other calling it 'inflammatory'. The former prompted me to provide some documentary sources for my story. But I really couldn't conceive of a viable objective reason for why it was deemed as inflammatory. But then the whole answer was deleted for being 'offensive'.
Based on the comments I received, it seems that the users that might have probably flagged the answer as offensive, have not ever been a member of Islam.SE prior to their dissident comments on my answer. They have reputations of 101 with zero contributions to Islam.SE in the past whatsoever! So that means that an answer on Islam has been deleted in response to charges from users who have even no demonstrated interest in Islam for their charge to be even recognized as having any weight in regards with a specialized answer that belongs to our community.
Now with that said, the general question is: can arguing against Islamic virtues of a government by citing facts be ever considered offensive, rude or anything along those lines? Especially when the charge is quite subjective and moreover leveled mainly by those with no credible interest in/understanding of Islam?
If anyone was to be offended it was me because I was accused of offense for writing factually on an Islamic topic and that is the practice that should be even welcome and promoted by SE model not suppressed on subjective non-factual grounds.