Two of my answers keep getting deleted by the same set of users. And when I eventually discover they are deleted, I have to request other users and mods to undelete them.
If all answers are only perspectives as this answer by a mod (The Destroyer ♦) says:
This site has users who follow different philosophies, sects and even atheists. There's nothing like "correctness" of an answer. There are only perspectives. Users here should quote a reliable source in their answers. Users are free to agree or disagree with perspective of an answer.
...then why are some users like the ones listed above hell-bent on deleting answers they don't like? If one doesn't like such answers, they can simply downvote and move on. But in this case these users are not just content with downvoting, they also want to censor these answers.
Ironically, one of the users who voted to delete my answers, in a separate meta post, is complaining about some other user needlessly downvoting their answers!
If a user votes to delete an answer simply because they doesn't like the arguments made, references used or conclusions reached, in the answer, is it considered an abuse of moderation privileges? If yes, how to deal with such users?
Also, considering SE doesn't notify users when their answers are deleted how can one protect their answers from such abuse?