Talk:May 20

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May 20: Day of Remembrance in Cambodia; National Day in Cameroon (1972); Independence Day in East Timor (2002); National Awakening Day in Indonesia (1908)

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Everybody Draw Mohammed Day[edit]

While Everybody Draw Mohammed Day meets the very minimum requirements for inclusion per WP:DOY by being the subject of an article, it is not yet proven to be a widely observed event or one that will be observed for years to come. The observance should not be included until it is clear that the event will be observed in the future (or that it is actually observed for a first time). So far it appears to be more of a political statement and not a legitimate "observance". -- Mufka (u) (t) (c) 17:54, 13 May 2010 (UTC)

Well,While it might not be observed in the future,it still was a pretty big thing.Just put it under 2010 perhaps?Sam 17:23, 18 May 2011 (UTC)

One-day truce in Battle of Gallipoli, 1915.[edit]

Is this of sufficient significance to include? It's a special day, where the opposing sides of WW1 exchanged greetings and helped each other bury the dead in no man's land. —Preceding unsigned comment added by DarkLightA (talkcontribs) 18:10, 25 September 2010 (UTC)

My feeling is that it probably isn't significant enough, although it is an interesting event. It only gets a few sentences in the Gallipoli Campaign article, and the Gallipoli Campaign is pretty well represented already on these pages. See January 9, March 18, April 25, August 6, December 20. Winston365 (talk) 22:25, 25 September 2010 (UTC)