It’s a question you may find in many articles and a question constantly sent to our site moderator-especially over the last few days-with sensitive topics being discussed. “Why did you delete my comments?” or “Why don’t you post the truth?” etc.. However, if you’re wondering why certain comments are not posted, it’s usually one of several reasons. Among the most common reasons for a comment not published are: Cursing, derogatory statements about an Adom Gadol, questioning a Rav, Loshon Hara and false statements. We are not implying that you must accept or agree with other people’s views or opinions, but we do imply that-should you decide to comment on it-that you bring that message across in a respectable manner.
We believe, along with our Da’as Torah guidance and our site Moderators, that certain issues are important to be discussed and important to be brought into the open. In fact, doing so has brought about some very strong positive results and changes for our Chashuveh community. However, topics being discussed in the open, does not give the green light for a fellow Yid’s name or anyone to be publicly smeared or to be falsely accused of wrongdoing. Yes, we want answers and we want transparency, but it’s how we go about it. Everything can be said, it’s how it’s said.
We hope this answers many of your questions. Should you have any additional questions, concerns or suggestions, as always, feel free to contact us.
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