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Cwmhiraeth (talk) 06:04, 11 June 2018 (UTC)

Your recent changes to Mikhail Eisenstein[edit]

Please provide sources for claims when changing in the article. The biography about Eisenstein by Solveig Rush clearly states that he was born in Saint Petersburg, and doesn't even mention Kiev. Also I don't understand why you removed "in a Jewish family originally from present-day Germany." Why do you consider it important to not include this in the article? Yakikaki (talk) 14:31, 13 June 2018 (UTC)

2006 Lebanon War[edit]

The details you added in the Infobox of the 2006 Lebanon War have been sent to the Casualties and damage section of the article. The Battlebox might be as short and clear as posible. Details can be shown in the content of the article. Mr.User200 (talk) 00:28, 2 July 2018 (UTC)

Look at the Talk page of the Article.Mr.User200 (talk) 18:51, 2 July 2018 (UTC)

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August 2018[edit]

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Jeremy Corbyn[edit]

Did you realise your edit at 20:47, 31 August 2018‎ goes against the overwhelming opinion of the talk page, maybe revert? ~ BOD ~ TALK 20:01, 31 August 2018 (UTC)

The policy on WP:RS is not very unclear. Not publishing material sourced from POV blogposts, or other material that is not from RS.Avaya1 (talk) 20:35, 31 August 2018 (UTC)

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HELP[edit]

Please Help Me I am 14 years guy from Egypt I Feel Like He'll Here Just take me please I ready to do any thing

Egyption Guy2004 (talk) 02:45, 16 September 2018 (UTC)
You are welcome friend. Do not worry other people sometimes answer questions. I know Avaya1 and he is a good person. Any questions ask any of us. I left welcome message on your talkpage. Simon Adler (talk) 02:52, 16 September 2018 (UTC)

Gal Gadot[edit]

A discussion has already been started at the GG article talk page. You were pinged to participate there. Rather than respond to the ping and take part in the talk page discussion, you chose to revert again, which is a form of edit warring. You boldly changed the established infobox image, but that change was challenged through reversion. You need to participate in the WP:BRD cycle and discuss at the talk page. Before you do that, I'm asking that you self-revert. If you choose not to do so, your actions and non-action at the talk page discussion can only be seen as uncooperative, something you have exhibited previously in regard to this article. Please do the right thing(s) here. Thanks,-- ψλ 19:59, 22 September 2018 (UTC)

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Changes to articles[edit]

May be worth reviewing the differences from the pre-edit war version to see if anything else should be changed back. [1] Enigmamsg 20:49, 22 November 2018 (UTC)

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George Dantzig[edit]

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January 2019[edit]

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Mar 2019: Edit summaries are pretty vital to Wikipedia[edit]

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Conflict of Interest Notice: Steven Strauss[edit]

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Really important to be Neutral about Israel-Palestine Issues particularly re groups like Otzma Yehudit[edit]

Hi Avaya1 I am concerned that your editing regarding Otzma Yehudit and incidents related to it is not in keeping with our commitment to WP:NPV. I have seen several examples of this in your work across multiple pages, but I will highlight just one page. This is the version of a page you created for May Golan who ran for the knesset on the Otzma Yehudit ticket (note this is not the current version of the page after editors such as myself worked on it, but it is the page you created before anyone else edited it), I find your original version troubling for multiple reasons:

  • You describes her as conservative, whereas most neutral observers would describe someone running as part of Otzma Yehudit as being far right or even extreme far right (keep in mind American Israel Public Affairs Committee hardly a left wing group, has said they will not meet with anyone from Otzma Yehudit). I realize she recently switched to Likud, but you wrote this before the switch
  • You don't mention that Otzma Yehudit is a party which is widely described as being racist and/or following Kahanism nor do you link to the wiki article on Otzma Yehudit (it is is almost like you don't want English speakers to realize she was a fringe figure in a fringe far right party)
  • You adopt the (far) right wing framing of calling people illegal immigrants, while I am not saying this is wrong, a more NPV approach would have been to note that many Israelis (and many human rights organizations) claim these people are asylum seekers and make clear that is a disputed term
  • The tone of the article does not feel in keeping with being an encyclopedia you use phrases such as "May Golan is a common guest on political panels on television channels in Israel. She has also been interviewed on international media organizations like the BBC Reuters, Fox News , I24News and RTI." This entire sentence was unsourced, and its main purpose seem to be positioning her as someone non-Israeli media should interview
  • You repeatedly reference Hebrew City (seemingly implying it is important) , it seems like a small insignificant NGO
  • Arguably she is notable for having made statements such as Africans learn to rape people it is their culture, she is proud to be called a racist and saying she won't eat in restaurant run by African because they are full of tuberculosis and AIDs - strangely you do not emphasize any of these or similar statements.
  • I am also concerned that the way this article was written it feels like the intent was to promote her career and legitimacy to non-Israeli media who might not be familiar with her actual situation in Israel

Also, when other editors have tried cleaning some of this up, someone (using anonymous IP editing) has been reverting or re-editing the page to try to minimize the Kahanist / extremist connections.

I find the above troubling, and it appears you have done similar non-NPV editing on multiple occasions.


NYC.Geek (talk) 15:15, 11 April 2019 (UTC)