We are a Q&A site about Islam, therefore answers should always be given according to an Islamic point of view.
However, what exactly constitutes an "Islamic point of view" is somewhat subjective. Except for laa ilaha illallah muhammadan rasulullah there's not really a whole lot that self-identifying Muslims unanimously agree upon.
The traditional schools tend to restrict ijtihad to only those knowledgeable enough to make sound decisions, recommending the laymen follow the opinions of established scholars rather than try to make their own (possibly faulty) interpretations. However, there are extant Muslim groups that are more lenient in this regard, who place more emphasis on personal ijtihad (Qur'an-only Muslims are particularly fond of this, I believe); so long as the result is rationally derived from and in accordance with the primary sources, it would be considered an acceptable interpretation.
As such, I feel that personal interpretations of the primary sources do have their place on this site, as long as they are reasonable, rational and clearly phrased as personal interpretations rather than scholarly opinion.
Such personal interpretations would still need to be in accordance with Islam (obviously, since this is an Islam Q&A), but I feel the voting mechanism will be a better judge of that than any attempts on my part to draw a clear line around what is, and what is not, "Islam."