Talk:Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command
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whoever the anonymous user is, that adds these long and well-written pieces to articles on PFLP, DFLP, PFLP-GC etc, she or he is most welcome. but i think they need to conform better to WP neutrality standards, instead of making sweeping and unsourced assertions about the character or goals of these movements, and to avoid direct accusations of terrorism, dictatorship etc. (use "considered by many" or "alleged" or similar indirect language) i've edited a few of these additions, and this article also needs a check-up on the latest additions. Arre 02:06, 29 January 2006 (UTC)
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