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Your recent edits[edit]

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Proven oil reserves[edit]

I am sorry to have had to undo your edits on the proven oil reserves in Afghanistan, because you evidently made them in all honesty and good faith. But the figures you entered as proven reserves were also obviously not supported by the reference you cited. "Proven", also known as "proved" oil reserves, must be demonstrated by strict criteria, with a high degree of certainty. The US Geological Survey publication you cited wrote: “The field was estimated to have reserves of 1.8 billion barrels.” "Estimated" might mean that these are "probable reserves", but does not mean that they are "proven reserves". Unless a reliable source actually says "proven" or "proved" reserves, we should not assume that the reserves are proven.

As for the proven reserves in Bangladesh, you are absolutely right. I have gone back and corrected the figure to 28 million BO, and I thank you for pointing out the error.

Please do not be discouraged by having a few of your edits undone. Over the years, I have had many of my edits undone, some rightly, some wrongly. I hope that you continue to contribute your knowledge to Wikipedia. Regards, Plazak (talk) 05:01, 25 December 2013 (UTC)

Thank you for your response on my Talk Page. I realize that you sincerely believe in your edits, but I cannot understand their basis. Let's take them nation by nation:
Your principal source for Afghanistan is a USGS publication with the following passage:
Petroleum.—The Afghan Ministry of Mines announced the discovery of an oil deposit in a triangle between Balkh, Hairatan, and Shuburghan in the northern part of the country. The field was estimated to have reserves of 1.8 billion barrels. An oil tender process for the Kashkari Block would take place in July or August 2010; a bidding round for a large block in the Afghan-Tajik Basin was scheduled for 2011 (Oil & Gas Journal, 2010). The Government awarded a 6-month crude oil contract for the Angot field in Sar-e-Pul Province to a domestic company, Ghazanfar Neft Gas. The Angot field was among a handful of (5) developed fields in the Amu Darya Basin, which straddles Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. The Afghan side of the basin has an estimated 80 million barrels (Mbbl) of PROVEN RESERVES. The nearby Afghan-Tajik Basin could hold as much as 1,500 Mbbl of crude oil. When the wells at Angot started production in 2011, the field was expected to produce 800 barrels per day. If the short-term contract arrangement proves successful, the Government would issue a new tender of a production-sharing contract in the spring of 2011 for extraction at Angot and the four other developed fields. Tapping the crude oil reserves could help start weaning Afghanistan’s dependence on foreign aid from the United States and other donors (Londono, 2010).
I have put in bold capitals the one mention I found of proven reserves (80 million) in your own cited source. If you see any other statement in the above about proven reserves, please point it out to me.
As for Yemen, you cite the CIA World Factbook, which has the following in its list:
30 United Kingdom 3,122,000,000 1 January 2013 est.
31 Yemen 3,000,000,000 1 January 2013 est.
32 Argentina 2,805,000,000 1 January 2013 est.
You also cite the US EIA energy summary for Yemen, which contains the following, under "Yemen Summary Energy Statistics:
Oil (million barrels)
Proved reserves,__Total oil supply,__Total petroleum consumption,__Reserves-to-production ratio
2013__________2012__________2012__________2012
3,000.0__________57.3__________50.1__________52.4
Both sources above give Yemen proved reserves of your lower figure of 3 billion barrels, but I found no mention of your upper figure of 4 billion barrels. Where does that come from?
As for Bangladesh, as I noted above in my last post, I agree with you, and I changed it back to 28 million barrels.
I have no wish to minimize the proven reserves of Yemen, Afghanistan, or any other country. It means nothing to me. My only concern is the accuracy of this article. Possible Reserves, Probable Reserves, and Proven Reserves are different things. Please provide reliable citations for your changes, and I will gladly concede the argument. Thank you. Plazak (talk) 23:39, 26 December 2013 (UTC)

Thanks plazak you have gave more information

Ancient India[edit]

Your post to my talk page says part of Afghanistan says " Eastern parts of Afghanistan was historically part of the indian subcontinent and do you have proof that Afghanistan was part of it". That's a bit hard to understand, but our article on the Indian subcontinent says Pakistan was part of it. You really need to start providing WP:edit summaries. I'll check on this, but meanwhile I'm letting you know below about our policy on reverts. Dougweller (talk) 06:27, 25 December 2013 (UTC)


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i accepted it


You no better[edit]

Calm down, buddy, you accused people of making Pakistani-Indian nationalist claims, whereas you yourself freely make bunch of Afghan nationalist claims (such as when you still refuse to accept that it was a British victory in the Second Anglo-Afghan War). Eh, common, man. The British won fair and square. They completely wiped out the Afghans at the end. ༆ (talk) 04:17, 30 January 2014 (UTC)

Do not edit war[edit]

I noticed your edit at Deobandi and your edit summary that: "he is stalking me and wants edit warring please someone stop him" referring to User:Darkness Shines. Darkness Shines reverted your earlier blanking of sourced content. You cannot use the excuse "Deobandi ideologies are not within taliban groups, Taliban is a wahabi and salafi group not Deobandi. Taliban is mainly Salafi and Wahabi.". You are not the arbiter of truth. Wikipedia relies on reliable sources, not editor opinions.

I can see that you've been in this position before and have already received a topic ban. Perhaps then, do not attempt to bravely bring truth to slanted articles. Accept that what you think and believe is wrong. Throw out everything and start over because we're not going to long tolerate your foolishness. Edit within Wikipedia policies and guidelines or don't edit at all. Chris Troutman (talk) 21:19, 2 February 2014 (UTC)

It wasn't a opnion at all look at the references they are very poorly. and mister the admin. Taliban isn't deobandi that isn't a opnion!!! That's a fact. If you give clearly facta that taliban is not wahabi and salafi but deobandi i will not revert this anymore Feysalafghan (talk) 22:43, 2 February 2014 (UTC)feysalafghan

The article already cites the 2001 book by William Maley called Fundamentalism Reborn? Afghanistan and the Taliban describing Deoband ideology as one of several influences. There's another source cited on Talk:Deobandi. Some Talibs may be Salafi. Some Talibs may be Wahhabi. Some are motivated by Pashtunwali. Clearly there are some Talibs that are Deobandi. You haven't cited a single source yet.
If you delete content just one more time, I'm going to report you. Discuss it on the talk page. Chris Troutman (talk) 00:05, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

POV pushing[edit]

Your edits and behaviour is very similar to that of edit-warrior/pov-pushing Scythian77 (talk · contribs). You both hate to see Afghanistan as part of South Asia and cricket being one of the popular sports in Afghanistan, and you're making pro-Iranian edits to Afghan related articles and at the same time being racist against Pakistani people. You may make dozens of sockpuppets and do everything else to evade detection but you're not fooling anyone.

  • Wow...I don't even edit Wikipedia anymore, and my name still get's tossed around in randome polite conversation. The Scythian 22:00, 16 February 2014 (UTC)
  • What the fuck is this? Aren't you editing right now?

We don't like false things maybe we aint south asian we are part of saarc but also to eurasian(central asian) organistaions and central adia organizations like carec so being part of saarc does not mean that we are south asian. you south asians like to say that afghanistan is part of south asia so you have a 'white' country in your region.There were a lot of edit wars on this subject not only made by me but more and a lot of afghans so that means that we dont like afghanistan being included in such things and cricket is popular only in eastern parts of the country but football is popular in southern provinces like kandahar helmand etc and western afg and nothern parts of the country look in quetta in pakistan is soccer more popular than cricket and buzkashi is also popular in quetta.Feysalafghan (talk) 11:44, 14 February 2014 (UTC)feysalafghan

  • Afghanistan is a Central Asian nation, part of the Greater Middle East. It's is socially, linguistically, historically and culturally a Turko-Iranian society. It is not part of the greater South Asian sphere. Hyper-nationalistic Indian and Pakistani editors tend to push the absurd punchline that it somehow is. The Scythian 22:00, 16 February 2014 (UTC)
    • "Greater Middle East" is neither a continent or a subcontinent... and "socially, linguistically, historically and culturally" are irrelevant because those subjects are outside the scope of geography. Categorizing the population of Afghanistan as a Turko-Iranian society is baseless and unsourced POV... and please keep your pro-Iran propaganda to yourself, and also stop getting emotional.
  1. What on earth are you saying? Afghanistan has a "national" cricket team (see Afghanistan national cricket team), and that team represents the entire country. There are also domestic cricket teams in all the 34 provinces of the country, including in the north, west, south, central, east, and northeast.[1] Afghans don't have to play the sport in order to be popular, many enjoy watching it on TV, and that obviously makes it one of the two popular sports in the country. It's not a big deal to keep saying that football is popular in Afghanistan because it's popular in every country of the world. Can you name a country in which football is not popular?
  2. It is the United Nations, World Factbook (CIA), BBC, and other global organizations that claim that Afghanistan is part of South Asia and Wikipedia follows that. This is about where the land or territory of Afghanistan is positioned on earth, it's NOT about the Afghan people, race, color, ethnicity, religion or which economic/geopolitical organization Afghanistan is a member of, therefore, SAARC and white people are irrelevant to this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 39.41.211.67 (talk) 19:26, 14 February 2014 (UTC)
  • I don't know what "criket" or soccer has to do with geography, but since you brought it up, I don't know many Afghans who play "criket". Wrestling, soccer, shooting, Nintendo, planting IED's and horse-riding are their things. As far as White People are concerned, Wikipedia is an AMERICAN based organization, and we go off of American definitions of things. Meaning Afghans are White, while South Asians are "Asian". Deal with it... The Scythian 18:00, 17 February 2014 (UTC)
  • I didn't brought it up faysalafgan did. Nobody gives a shit about how many people play cricket in a country, the fucking internet has 100s of reliable news reports explaining how popular cricket is in Afghanistan. You don't live in Afghanistan so you don't know how many people play cricket. Millions of Afghan refugees returned from Pakistan to their country in the last 10 years and they took cricket with them. You call planting IED's a sport? What the fuck is inside your brain? Hahaha. To me, Afghans, Pakistanis, Indians, Iranis, and Arabs are all the same color. There is no skin color difference between Iranis, Egyptians, Pakistanis, and Afghanis. Even you fucking said that Afghanistan is part of the "Greater Middle East" and that includes Egypt and as far as Morrocco. Hahahahaha.

Well if you guys arent afghan or dont know anything about the culture language groups etc Feysalafghan (talk) 14:31, 25 February 2014 (UTC)

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I dont have multiple accounts this is false[edit]

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That admin doesn't answers my emails and is blocking me for nothing i dont have many accounts you can check that

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