User talk:Angelo De La Paz
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- 2 August 2013
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- 6 A kitten for you!
- 7 A cupcake for you!
- 8 Some baklava for you!
- 9 Explanation
- 10 Evidence...
- 11 Just a heads up
- 12 List organization
- 13 Disambiguation link notification for August 25
- 14 Edit warring on Claims to be the fastest growing religion
- 15 ANI-notice
- 16 mankialab
- 17 Russians
- 18 Table at "growth of religion"
- 19 Finally...
- 20 September 2013
- 21 Graphic Wonder
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A kitten for you!
A cupcake for you!
|from pablo Pablo iscobar (talk) 12:12, 19 August 2013 (UTC)|
Some baklava for you!
|please my message on you talk page Pablo iscobar (talk) 12:36, 19 August 2013 (UTC)|
Well, apology if i hurt you anytime, and if there's any figure related argument again, we can solve it easily, that's it. I saw your contributions, i give you a huge thanks for protecting those religion related articles from horrible editors. Bladesmulti (talk) 15:58, 20 August 2013 (UTC)
Thanks for your understanding, as a Sino-Vietnamese and Filipino descent editor, I just want to protect our culture of not China but also the whole Asia. But I don't like any kind of religious extremism or bias because our Chinese were raised in harmony religious environment, we know to respect other religions. I just finish update article of Buddhism in Africa and List of Buddhist temples to make them look better. About the number of Buddhist, 1.2 to 1.5 billion are sometimes reasonable.
But if 91% of China's population are Buddhist/Taoist/Folk are so ridiculous and unbelievable. Just thinking for a while, if we have 91% Buddhist, so where is place for 4-5% Christian, 1.5-2% Muslim, 10-14% Atheist (don't mistake with Non-religious because we all know that most of them are still practicing some forms of Buddhism, Taoism, Folk Religions, going to pagodas or temples few times a year, etc and like many people in Europe, Australia and the Americas; Christianity is still remaining as a cultural traditions rather than a religion). So the number of 50% of China's population is between Buddhist/Taoist was enough to secure Buddhism as the 3rd largest religion with over total 1 billion people. Finally we have about 50% Buddhist/Taoist (neutral estimates) and gave the highest estimates to other religious adherents as 14% Atheist, 5% Christian, 2% Muslim, leaving 29% included Unaffiliated (confused which religion belong to between Buddhism, Taoism, and Folk Religious) and new religions. Thank you. Angelo De La Paz (talk) 16:28, 20 August 2013 (UTC)
- 1.5 billion is reasonable, we must never forget that buddhism is oppressed in china a lot. Every religion is oppressed in China, otherwise my wild estimate for taoism would be 400 million. Buddhism was largest religion in 1951, 2nd was hinduism i think. After that we all know what happened. Bladesmulti (talk) 11:26, 21 August 2013 (UTC)
- So we can agree at 1.5 billion?, , This one details good, but i don't know if reliable. Bladesmulti (talk) 12:16, 27 August 2013 (UTC)
- I see, haha.. Anyways, edited 2 page, one Major religious groups, two Buddhism by country. You keep have a eye on those pages, because i found there's some vandalism for sure in the page, people edits the religion stats. And if the page has been locked, it won't remove any false stats, for example "800"(million) for hinduism, which sounded to be a stat from 1995, and also the "1,650"(million) for Islam, which is obviously false too. Bladesmulti (talk) 04:48, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
- Saw your edits at Islam in the United States, i pretty much thinks that the standard of the page is just unique(in negative sense), as you see, the pages like Judaism in the United States, you would see only 16(4x4) photos and names of the people in infobox, but with inside this page "islam in United states" you would see 24(6x4) images, i think we must remove at least 8 pictures/names from there. What you think. Bladesmulti (talk) 05:21, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
- I don't care about that, they even can added images of all the Muslims in the US if they can. Angelo De La Paz (talk) 05:27, 29 August 2013 (UTC)
What evidence do you have that User:Mumtaz muhammed is Rajputbhatti? It has to be good clear evidence, not just wishful thinking. If we put any names on the check user request without first being sure and providing evidence they will cancel the request. I cannot see any evidence that Mumtaz muhammed is a sock - except that he likes Islam related articles, but that is not enough. I suggest you remove Mumtaz muhammed from the checkuser request. Also, please don't use the check user page to discuss the actual edits or bias of an editor. As I said already twice, that page is solely for determining whether an editor is using more than one account. regards --Merbabu (talk) 22:36, 20 August 2013 (UTC)
Just a heads up
I've been keeping an eye on your edits on Claims to be the fastest-growing religion. Some of the sources you're using are unreliable like Bat Ye'or - who's a well known conspiracy theorist. Also "Short, Walter. “The Jizyah Tax: Equality And Dignity Under Islamic Law?" seems like a very unreliable source given the website it's on. You need to balance the section too. Try using some of the work from John L. Esposito - he's an authority on Islam and it's history. Also some of the words are a bit ambiguous like "heavy tax". From my understanding of it it was basically the same as the Zakat charity tax, which is 2.5% I think. What is a heavy tax? The same as a tribute tax? Make the section more specific to avoid POV. Also countries like Indonesia never experienced an invading Arab army, and neither did Malaysia or China yet the numbers are quite high there. There was also a Guinness World reference there not too long ago, why did you take it out? It deserves at a mention at least since it's not entirely clear from the Pew Forum either (they didn't explore the data and are basing it on much smaller studies). NarSakSasLee (talk) 03:39, 21 August 2013 (UTC)
- NarSakSasLee, if china never experienced arabian invasion, then what was Battle of Talas? And as for Indonesia, why Demak Sultanate was waging wars? Bladesmulti (talk) 11:32, 21 August 2013 (UTC)
- Hello Angelo De La Paz,
- The Islam section is indeed bigger than any other section in Claims to be the fastest-growing religion. I suggest you to add Template:Undue-section. Visite fortuitement prolongée (talk) 19:59, 21 August 2013 (UTC)
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Edit warring on Claims to be the fastest growing religion
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- Thomas, no one is edit warring. This user is not edit warring with me nor am I with him. I'm reviewing his content and making corrections where necessary. He has never undone my edits and nor I his. NarSakSasLee (talk) 19:43, 25 August 2013 (UTC)
Hello. There is currently a discussion at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents regarding an issue with which you may have been involved. Thank you. Thomas.W talk to me 19:48, 25 August 2013 (UTC)
Yeah, it's clearly a sock. I don't have time to post a request yet, but it's not urgent as it's so clear, so just keep reverting. But in your edit summary, make sure you say something like "reverting clear sock of blocked User:Rajputbhatti per WP:DUCK and WP:EVADE" with those links. If we just roll back, someone will question it. cheers --Merbabu (talk) 02:29, 26 August 2013 (UTC)
Table at "growth of religion"
Hey, I am totally against the table, because it has been estimated on the "rise" not "decrease" and it's stats for Sikh(28m for real), Hindu, buddhism are really false too. What you think about the table though? Bladesmulti (talk) 07:36, 7 September 2013 (UTC)
... I have really earned that barnstar you gave me!
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