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If I cast render silent targeting abrupt decay, will my opponent still be unable to cast spells for the rest of the turn?

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Your opponent will be unable to cast spells for the remainder of the turn.

The ruling on gather for Render Silent confirms this:

A spell that “can’t be countered” is a legal target for Render Silent. The spell won’t be countered when Render Silent resolves, but that spell’s controller won’t be able to cast spells for the rest of the turn.

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No they can not cast spells for the rest of the turn.

The second part of the spell is a seperate effect from the first.

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