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Is it fine to use a derogatory word like Mleccha on this site?

I don't think we should use it. As we community have both professionals and learners. This more sounds like a word used by professionals to learners and other people who don't follow ancient Sanatana ...
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How to deal with comments and posts bashing Abrahamic religions?

Converting my comment to an answer: The religions of the Mlecchas enjoin mass-rape, genocide and massacre, as similarly done by Asuras and Rakshasas. Every religion has different opinions. Even ...
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How to deal with the users who have an ulterior agenda?

As pointed out in the existing answer, StackExchange does focus on posts rather than users. Yes, some questions are posted to denigrate certain beliefs or questioning against beliefs. Users who have ...
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How to deal with the users who have an ulterior agenda?

Users won't be dealt with. It's the posts that will be. Users with agenda: This is not a problem by itself. Many users have agendas here, something or the other. But that's not any problem, because ...
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How to deal with comments and posts bashing Abrahamic religions?

Makes me wonder if this site is still about Hinduism or has it turned into a Hindu website? While your concerns are substantial, your expectations are irrational. HSE might not be a Hindu site but ...
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