No, he first posted some verses then said never mind. I never saw his new question.
Bukhari Volume 5, Book 59, Number 709:
Narrated Abu Bakra:
During the days (of the battle) of Al-Jamal, Allah benefited me with a word I had heard from Allah's Apostle after I had been about to join the Companions of Al-Jamal (i.e. the camel) and fight along with them. When Allah's Apostle was informed that the Persians
had crowned the daughter of Khosrau as their ruler, he said, "Such people
as ruled by a lady will never be successful."
Does this show women will never be good leaders?
Very good question. First of all some points:
1. The only source that muslims use to say that women cannot be leaders is this one saying ot the Prophet Muhammad saws about the Queen of Persia.
2. This saying is not enough evidence, and it was not necessarily understood by the companions to mean that women cannot be leaders. Many companions understood it to refer specifically to the persian empire, and that they
would not be sucessful
3. The strongest evidence that women can be leaders is that Zubair and Talha, two companions promised paradise, allowed Aisha rd to be their leader, and not just any leader but a MILITARY LEADER
4. This was seen by all companions as a position of leadership, which is demonstrated by this companion(abu Bakra, not to be confused with the 1st caliph Abu Bakr) remembering this hadith at the battle of the camel
5. To say that talha nad Zubair were uninformed on this subject is ridiculous, because they were amongst the ten promised paradise, and they were the foremost of companions in terms of knowledge
So in conclusion, it was not agreed upon by the salaf, and it is not agreed upon today. It is an issue open for discussion. many scholars feel that women can occupy certain positions of leadership in society.