As usual in this recent history, everything has been destroyed by the religions of “peace” aka muslims and christians.
Are such comments and posts "normal" across SE sites for religions? E.g., on Islam SE, are users allowed to bash Hinduism, Christianity and other religions in comments and posts?
After I objected to the use of such language:
'As usual in this recent history , everything has then destroyed by the religions of “peace” aka muslims and christians.' - such sarcasm/unnecessary commentary is not recommended on SE sites. I think it also breaks the SE Code of Conduct. – sv. Aug 31 at 17:44
...OP edits his post and marks the line in bold:
https://hinduism.stackexchange.com/revisions/42662/2 (edited Sep 1 at 2:19)
A flag on this post aged-away:
rude or abusive – sv. Sep 1 at 10:06 aged away
Another answer uses even more colorful language:
The religions of the Mlecchas enjoin mass-rape, genocide and massacre, as similarly done by Asuras and Rakshasas.
A flag on this post also aged-away:
rude or abusive – sv. Jun 25 at 2:33 aged away
@DiyaSuhaniAmarॐ - each religion is suitable for people of certain temperaments. Just as there are 3 gunas, to cater to each type, there are 3 main religions - Hinduism (Satva), Christianity (Rajas), Islam (Tamas) – ram Jan 3 at 22:33
This user clearly has some problem with Abrahmic religions and their followers:
Not for Abrahmic followers. Pre-Vedic based question.
Because nowadays Teachings are interpolated translations from Ancient Adharmic Abrahmics texts
Makes me wonder if this site is still about Hinduism or has it turned into a Hindu website?
The only active moderator assured in a comment hidden away under a post that this isn't a Hindu website but I'm not sure if he really means it $:
This is not a Hindu site but is a site about Hinduism. This word [mleccha] shouldn't be used for addressing/targeting foreign people. – Pandya♦ Sep 25 '19 at 11:05
$ "Means it" => if a mod spots such a comment or post they take immediate action without waiting for a flag.