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a sentence worded or expressed so as to draw information. Posts tagged under this tag would be ether a question, or concerning questions.
Etiquette refers to the way one should act on here.
the language in which the Quran. Arabic has 28 letters, a few punctuation marks, and is considered one of the hardest languages in the world. Scholars consider it crucial to learn Arabic to …
taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own. Plagiarism is not allowed on here and plagiarized answers are deleted without warning.
inside our FAQ, the tag is designed to help gather ideas on what should be in the FAQ.
Made to help pass around ideas for the promotion of this site.
Shi'a and Sunni Muslims have a history of not getting along so well; use this tag for discussions revolving around how to deal with this issue on a site level.
a real time, persistent collaborative feature for the The Stack Exchange Network community. Only members of The Stack Exchange Network with at least 20 reputation may talk here – but all the c…
For discussions regarding site policy in general; when discussing a *specific* policy, use specific relevant tags instead.