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Gezginrocker, good luck, and have fun.Pharaoh of the Wizards (talk) 10:14, 4 November 2013 (UTC)

November 2013[edit]

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  • * '''June 4:''' Pro-AKP newspapers like Yeni Şafak claimed that protestors who took refuge in [[Dolmabahçe Mosque] during a police raid had drunk beer inside the mosque.<ref>http://yenisafak.com.
  • http://yenisafak.com.tr/gundem-haber/sigindiklari-camide-icki-ictiler-04.06.2013-529113</ref> PM [[Recep Tayyip Erdo[an]] said that they would release security cam videos of this action. However, [[

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  • Samsun over the death of Ahmet Atakan.(Ivan Watson)|date=10 September 2013|accessdate=10-11.09.2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://t24.com.tr/haber/ankarada-tuzlucayir-odtu-ve-dikmende-protesto/

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Turkey protests[edit]

Wikipedia:Wikipedia is not a reliable source It was "flag:Turkey" for many months before the change, and it's far more concise with other infoboxes around WP. The Madras (talk) 18:06, 23 November 2013 (UTC)

Changing one thing in the infobox is not going to make it a terrible article. I also refer you to Islamist protests in Egypt (July 2013–present), 2012–13 Egyptian protests, 2004 al-Qamishli riots, 1999 Latakia protests amongst others which DO use flags for civil disputes. Plus the aforementioned Wikipedia is not a reliable source for your reasoning of NOT having flags. The Madras (talk) 18:22, 23 November 2013 (UTC)
Because the 61st government of Turkey IS essentially Turkey. Needlessly over-wordy to say that. The Madras (talk) 18:27, 23 November 2013 (UTC)
I have proven that I am right in this matter and that Wikipedia has already stated that you are incorrect by using Wikipedia:Wikipedia is not a reliable source. Please stop reverting to an incorrect edit. The Madras (talk) 20:10, 24 November 2013 (UTC)

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