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Questions about the main site that may not necessarily have a clear-cut right or wrong answer and are often subjective. It leads to free passing of opinions, talks, ideas, experiences, suggestions, in order to reach a decision or simply to exchange ideas.

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As you've said, At other sites, normally the people who ask questions are the ones who are a little low on points which means that normally these are the users who are learning things and are gett …
answered Sep 24 '12 by Muz
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Is there a way to flag tags for merging? I don't really want to open up a meta question every time to request a tag merger.
asked Apr 8 '14 by Muz
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As long as they abide to the same guidelines of referencing everything, I don't see why not. In fact, I'd almost encourage it. Muslims have a tendency to 'pat each other on the back' and overlook unco …
answered Jul 30 '12 by Muz
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I've noticed that there are a few questions that are basically asking the same thing, but those questions are not satisfactorily answered. For example, I've seen at least two questions on whether a pe …
asked Aug 13 '12 by Muz
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Many "defend yourself" posts are actually quite constructive.. good questions matter just as much as good answers. The motive itself is what matters - some are subtle attacks, whereas some are inquisi …
answered Jul 11 '13 by Muz
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I'm not even sure if accepting answers is suitable here. A lot of the other Stack Exchange sites (Math, Overload, RPG, etc) are designed in a way where there are problem, and answers which solve that …
answered Jul 28 '12 by Muz
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Most religion-based communities are very emotionally charged. They accomplish very little with the forum model because there will always be a few emotional types who steal the attention and drag peopl …
answered Mar 23 '13 by Muz
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History had a significant impact on Islam and the modern philosophy of Islam today. It's a very blurred line between history of Islam and history involving Muslims. I personally think that the Crusad …
answered Jul 28 '12 by Muz
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The collaboratively edited part of the FAQ seems out of context here. It's suitable for things where minor edits are required to correct an answer. Like if someone posted a bit of code and had a typo …
answered Apr 23 '14 by Muz
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Definitely. Like I said with the Islamic history, if it can be answered with a hadith, it's should be on topic. Especially since much of the documentation on the sahaba were via hadith. People aroun …
answered Aug 25 '12 by Muz
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It's funny this should pop up now. I've never used (RA) or (SAWS) when mentioning their names in text. I was told that it did not count as a du'a when written in short form. Can't find a reference to …
answered Sep 3 '12 by Muz
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One way is to enforce the rule there needs to be a reason for them to believe it. Similar to with the Skeptics rule in that every claim has to be notable. However, these questions often pop up all ov …
answered Feb 25 '13 by Muz
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I'd disagree slightly with you. I believe they do make the Internet a better place. There is no good medium to compare conflicting opinions. As the person who asked that first question (which was de …
answered Feb 5 '15 by Muz
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It's a complex matter. For one, I strongly disagree that one has to follow the majority Islamic opinion - that would completely invalidate minorities like Shia'. If everyone strictly followed well-est …
answered Aug 22 '12 by Muz
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Book recommendations are very subjective. It's not a good fit for the site. I've seen through a few SO pages on books. A lot of the recommendations, even the highly upvoted ones are not always the bes …
answered Sep 16 '12 by Muz

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