My answer to this question was deleted. At that time, it had a total score of 0 (2 upvotes, 2 downvotes), and was the accepted answer. Screenshots of the full answer with complete comment section can be found here: 1, 2, 3, 4.
The reason given for the delete seems to be one of those listed here.
I fail to see how this answer fails to address the question or is non-factual in any parts. It addresses the text of the answer - by pointing out the implicit confirmation bias, pointing out that doctrinally terrorism seems to not be supported, and in the last section of the answer citing studies about the level of support for terrorism among Muslims - as well as the title of the question by addressing which violent aspects Islam contains, both doctrinally and historically.
In contrast, the other two answers talk about their experience with their social circle, and taken together contain one piece of relevant information with regard to Islamic doctrine: that modern Islamic scholars mostly oppose terrorism.
I don't see how my answer failed to address the question (in particular since it was the accepted answer); and if it did fail to address the question, I don't understand why it was deleted instead of pointing out its flaws to me.