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November 2013[edit]

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SodaStream[edit]

Ariel is an Israeli settlement across the green line in Palestine. SodaStream's HQ is inside the green line at Airport City in Israel. Please self-revert. It is a straightforward factual error. Sean.hoyland - talk 17:52, 6 February 2014 (UTC)

So why is there a boycott if it's in Israel? Isn't all of Israel occupied Palestine?
BDS are interested in the company because they have production facilities in Ma'ale Adumim, an Israeli settlement in Palestine. Regarding "Isn't all of Israel occupied Palestine?", not according to the international community and (most) Palestinian leaders. Sean.hoyland - talk 18:01, 6 February 2014 (UTC)

Unwarranted edits[edit]

Stop remove content and making other unwarranted edits such as cherrypicking as you have done in articles like Burin, Nablus and Yasser Arafat International Airport, which I have explained more about in my edit summaries. --IRISZOOM (talk) 05:56, 7 February 2014 (UTC)

June 2014[edit]

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Conflict of Interest?[edit]

I suggest you read the following about conflict of interest on Wikipedia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Conflict_of_interest

You have removed information about SodaStream's vendor lock-in practices, their competitors, and alternative valves, hoses, and connectors in the SodaStream article. Your justification in each case is that the sections are "personal research", yet almost all the information you removed was well cited, of an encyclopedic nature, and relevant to SodaStream as both a company and a series of devices.

In short, you've displayed a pattern of 1) removal of information about competitors and disruptions to the SodaStream business model, and 2) political considerations that are not neutral in tone.

Coupled with the fact that SodaStream is an Israeli company, I strongly suspect that you have a personal vested interest in the SodaStream company (i.e., you work for SodaStream). You have a conflict of interests and your edits demonstrate bias. I ask that you please revert your removal of significant sections of the article. Remember, you cannot suppress information on Wikipedia: the versions before your edits will live on on Wikipedia's servers in the history. Here is the last version before you began your edits, remember this is always there for anyone to read. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=SodaStream&oldid=644202474

Rajb245 (talk) 03:34, 27 January 2015 (UTC)

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