Brother I 100% disagree with you.i understand your standpoint but this site is here help anyone in need. The Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said, "The rights of the Muslim upon the Muslim are six." It was said, "And what are they Oh Messenger of Allaah?" He replied, "When you meet him, give him the greeting of peace, when he invites you, respond to his invitation, when he seeks your advice, advise him, when he sneezes and praises Allaah, supplicate for mercy upon him, when he becomes ills, visit him, and when he dies follow him (i.e. his funeral)."
If a Muslim asks for advice no matter how many times asked from diffrent users it is their right for us to answer. You say the it lowers the quality of the website. How is that, rather it makes Muslim feel like they have someone one to ask when they are not Able to ask those close to them because it will bring no good to them.
I understand what you mean, but everyone is not a good Muslim. Some are new Muslims, others are new to practicing, and others are ignorant of Islam. How do I pray salat? How does this question lower the status of this site. This is a wonderful question. A lot of people don't pray with proper khusho(concentration) and Do the prayer wrong. Rather this benifits not just the asker but people who see the post and they benifit and it is a reminder to others.
His statement, "And when he seeks your advice, advise him." This means that if he seeks consultation with you regarding some action, as to whether he should do it or not, then advise him with that which you would like for yourself. Thus, if the action is something that is beneficial in all aspects, then encourage him to do that, and if it is something harmful, then warn him against it. And if the action contains both benefit and harm, then explain that to him and weigh the benefits against the harms. Likewise, if he consults with you concerning some dealing with someone among the people, or whether he should marry a woman off to someone, or whether he should marry someone, then extend your pure and sincere advice to him, and deal with him from the view point of what you would do for you own self. And avoid deceiving him in any matter of these things. For verily whoever deceives the Muslims, then he is not of them, and indeed he has left off the obligation of being sincere and advising. And this sincerity and advising is absolutely obligatory, however it becomes more emphasized when the person seeks your advice and he requests from you that you give him a beneficial opinion. For this reason the Prophet (sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) specifically mentioned it in this important situation. The explanation of the hadeeth, "The religion is sincerity"
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