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I've removed a lot of the text and links from the Virtual Jihadi section of this article, because it made the article look unencyclopedic. Now, I'm working to incorporate all the relevant information into prose within the section, and I could use some help. I just felt like the lengthy block quote was excessive. Let's discuss. -FrankTobia (talk) 14:52, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
Oh, and in the spirit of WP:COI, I'm a student at RPI and have been following the Wafaa Bilal censorship story closely over the past week. I administer the RPI Students for Free Culture wiki. I did not add the reference to it in this article, and I'm not entirely sure it's a reliable source, but so far the administration hasn't published any of the letters / email it's sent to the RPI community. So I think it's good enough for now, but in the future we'll want to find a better source. I'm going to try to make this article as NPOV as possible. -FrankTobia (talk) 15:02, 13 March 2008 (UTC)