Welcome to the club!
If you toke a look at most of my later posts here on meta you will find me indicating this. And it's the predominant subject in my discussions with goldPseudo in the chat!
For example would our main chat room get frozen if there was an active community? Can anybody unfreeze our main chat room?
Would the review chains increase to a level of ~70 in an active community? Pending reviews: Is everybody fasting or what?
Do we need just more users or do we need more active users or do we need active users who understand the SE policies is what I would conclude from this: On hold and closing of new user's questions
You will find me often quoting the lack of activity on the site (maybe not directly) and quoting my reasons for not answering etc.:
like in Answers on comment section?, Arabic StackExchange [Re-Proposed] and Should I use (pbuh) when mentioning Muhammad?
What I'd like to say is we need a working active community (as in SE it's not the only job of mods to care for the site but in a working community -according SE policies- mods wouldn't need to intervene that much, but we don't have such a community right now!). A community that tries it's best to keep this site alive, but not with any rubbish, we need questions that may attract experts, we would need a fast community reaction on bad posts not just down-votes because a girl confesses in her Question that she committed a sin (zina or anything which may lead to it) or a none Muslim asks about the relationship between Islam and terrorism etc. , we need well elaborated answers, we need more understanding of SE policies, it's not important who we are or to which sect we belong the most important matter should be the Question and whether it fits to the site policies and the answers too (Don't make assumptions about the beliefs of any user by just reading the post they author)... we should fight answers or questions which may inflame useless discussions on the superiority or truth of one special sect... we should fight the laziness in ourselves and try to attract users who were active and became lazy these days... a lot of questions and answers need edits (maybe the longest review queue is the low quality posts queue, unfortunately some users use none English or none common words) ... and we need a lot more which didn't come to my mind!
Maybe one should think about reviewing old answers as lots of them IMO are not bad at all, but lack a lot of what I might call a well elaborated answer.
What seems to me a problem is that Q&A sites on theological or religious matter will at a time reach a certain limit of valid questions (we already have a lot of duplicates!), from that time on only new circumstances can create new (valid) questions.
And even if we do our best we can't avoid sectarianism.
People should also understand this is our page and we are asked to take care for it not the moderators only. If we reached that level we may have a chance to go further!