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WikiIslam:Policies and Guidelines

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# be free from vulgar, offensive, or slang language (unless it is a necessary translation of an Islamic word/phrase).
# not endorse fringe theories unsupported by the majority of evidence found in recognized translations of the Qur'an, hadith and quotations from Islamic scholars.
# not be copied from other websites, unless something specific is being quoted and in that case it should be made clear that it is a quotation.
# remain neutral towards other religions, world-views and political positions, neither promoting nor criticizing them.
Editors are expected to take a scholarly and rational approach in their conduct and criticisms. Thereby staying away from extremist, sensationalist, sarcastic or emotional commentary by letting the facts speak for themselves. In short, articles should include no personal opinions or deductions, only referenced facts.
Copying and pasting articles from other sites is not allowed. Nor is, for various reasons, copying and pasting articles from Wikipedia. However, there are some exceptions to this rule e.g. where a suitable Wikipedia article is going to be deleted or has been deleted. If something specific is being quoted from another site, it should be made clear that it is a quotation.

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