As I explained when I closed it, the question as worded "just encourages cherry-picking and lists of items". Even with the current edits and clarifications, I see nothing that looks to have actually addressed this issue.
Real questions have answers, not lists of items. No matter how I read it, you don't look to be asking a "real" question: You're basically just expressing an opinion, and asking for…well…pretty much anything that agrees with it.
I know I've directed you to the advice in our help centre before, but it bears repeating here. In particular, I would like to point out the following from the page on "What types of questions should I avoid asking?":
To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where …
- every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite ______?”
The question as written is entirely subjective, and fails to meet most of Robert's criteria for a good subjective question. What makes, for example, the extant answer (with three upvotes) — an answer which simply quotes one ayah and one hadith while providing zero original content — in any way better or worse than any other answer?
Your question gives absolutely no criteria for judging the answers, which just throws the entire voting process to the whims of opinion rather than usefulness. All I see it accomplishing is encouraging the sort of echo chamber effect that already plagues Islamic forums, which does little to encourage any actual academic study of Islam.
That is not the sort of question the Stack Exchange model is geared to handle.