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Committee of Union and Progress and The Young Turks[edit]

Your recent reversions of additions I've made to both of the articles involving these topics only helps racist denialists of the Armenian Holocaust. The CUP were the fundamental political group that carried out the killings and therefore their article MUST be a part of the series of "persecution of Armenians." I'm going to revert it back.

I'm not sure what the problem was with the changes to the Young Turks article. I deleted a single useless sentence that spoke of some new "meaning" to the words that have zero to do with the pan-Turkist/genocidal party in question. I will revert it back. Let me know what problems you have before making changes. Thanks! — Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.119.138.205 (talk) 11:59, 2 February 2014 (UTC)

Your additions are not constructive. You're adding infoboxes to the articles that are meant for other articles. These articles are already in a series of articles relating to the Armenian Genocide. The sentence you deleted is also not a "new meaning", as you say, but an established one. It is sourced. Don't remove sourced content. Your edits seem to be extremely POV and biased, as well as not encyclopedic. That's the problem. Ithinkicahn (talk) 18:35, 2 February 2014 (UTC)


What's POV? Your deletion of the link of the Young Turks party to the Armenian Genocide is extremely POV. The Young Turks article is a fundamental part of the series of the persecution of the Armenians. This MUST be noted boldly. The main reason anyone even visits that page is in regards to the Armenian Genocide. You try to break a link between the Nazis and the holocaust would you? As to the deletion of hte sentence, that sentence is often used by Armenian Genocide deniers to paint the Young Turks in a favorable light. As far as the Young Turks as a term being used to mean progressives, that is a relatively new phenomenon and doesn't have anything to do with the genocidal Young Turks political party of the 20th century. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.119.138.205 (talk) 11:34, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

I would advise you to check out the Talk pages before doing something like that, since you were simply copying and pasting an infobox not meant for that article. And no, changing the title of the infobox to the article name doesn't constitute a good infobox. The Armenian thing is already mentioned very heavily throughout the article. Your claims about the Young Turks not being a progressive movement before WWI is also an unsupported view and completely POV. You can, however, mention suggestions for improvements on the Talk page (there is now a discussion) instead of making unconstructive edits and removing sourced content to push a certain POV. Cheers. Ithinkicahn (talk) 15:18, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
I have mentioned it in the talk page. Interesting use of "Armenian thing" too. Shows your NPOV....--68.119.138.205 (talk) 10:21, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

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Secularism in Turkey[edit]

Please be careful with your reverts at Secularism in Turkey. I know you believe you're reverting vandalism, but next time, unless it's a clear case of vandalism (see WP:VANDTYPES), be patient and wait for another editor to come along and make the second revert within such a short space of time. Ping me at my talk page, if it's taking too long for another editor to notice. Thanks, Ruby Murray 11:40, 29 January 2014 (UTC)

Yep, I was wondering if he'd get up to 3RR again. Notice I've only made 2, to see if he would counter, and it seems like he did. I wonder if I should make another noticeboard report? Ithinkicahn (talk) 16:51, 29 January 2014 (UTC)
I should be careful about raising a new report if I were you, since you've both only just come out of a block for edit warring. There are many eyes on both of those articles now, and any large scale deletions or POV additions won't last long. Ruby Murray 16:55, 29 January 2014 (UTC)
Good advice. Hopefully someone will come along on the Secularism in Turkey article sometime soon. Ithinkicahn (talk) 16:58, 29 January 2014 (UTC)

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Thank you very much. Although we do our best, we still need more editors contribute to WP Turkey and WP Ottoman Empire. Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 08:26, 2 February 2014 (UTC)

Committee of Union and Progress[edit]

Would you be interested in joining a discussion about this article? --Kansas Bear (talk) 06:06, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

I definitely would; both the Committee of Union and Progress article and the Young Turks one. Ithinkicahn (talk) 06:07, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

Ottoman governors[edit]

Hello! I've begun creating some categories for the governors of some of the major Ottoman provinces. The typical format is "Governors of XXX Eyalet" or "Ottoman governors of XXX", with the latter for cases like Bosnia and Crete where there is a distinctive region with more or less stable boundaries, both pre- and ante-dating Ottoman rule. Anyhow, in two cases, namely Rumelia and Anatolia, I was wondering if maybe the better term would be "Beylerbeys of Rumelia" rather than "Governors of the Rumelia Eyalet", since governor would imply a wali, and these two were the first and IIRC longest where the title of "beylerbey" was used. I am not sure, however, what the proper title of the Rumelia and Anatolia governors was in the 17th-19th centuries, and whether or not it changed to wali as well. Can you perhaps help? Constantine 18:49, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

I agree with your assessment on dichotomy between the two "Governor" category formats. In any case, I think the "Governors of ..." format is better than the "Beylerbeys of ..." and "Walis of ..." formats, since the research I've done on, for example, Egypt Eyalet, indicate that "Beylerbey" (a specific, flowery, occasional title) and "Wali" (just literally "governor" in Turkish) were pretty interchangeable. I think with all the various references to the same figures as "viceroys" and "governors" and "governor-generals" and "beylerbeys" in English sources as well as in native Turkish sources, especially, it's just better to refer to them as "Governor" in context of Wikipedia. It's extremely difficult to get a straight answer from the historical sources, probably showing that it wasn't an exactly-determined title for most provinces, including Rumelia and Anatolia Eyalets. So I think the general and fitting term "Governor" is both accurate and all-encompassing for all of the provincial governor titles. I appreciate you for the category creations! Ithinkicahn (talk) 23:09, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

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Regarding the "Justice and Development Party (Turkey)" article: your help needed[edit]

Hi there Ithinkicahn. In the AKP article, recent changes by another user have led to the inclusion of Neo-Ottomanism under the ideologies heading of the party's infobox. I'd like to know your position on this matter. Should it be removed, given that the AKP officially rejects this characterization? --Nadia (Kutsuit) (talk) 15:40, 7 February 2014 (UTC)

I don't think it should be included, since it's a very loaded term and has been rejected by the party itself quite strongly. However, I'm not staunchly against it, if other editors have the opposite idea and including it would be in line with past examples, then I'd say fine. Still, once again, it's a loaded term, but not quite as loaded as, say, including "American imperialism" under the ideology of the U.S. Republican Party. It's a concept more than an insulting term. I'd say there should be a discussion on this somewhere so consensus can be reached, but it's up to you. Cheers! Ithinkicahn (talk) 20:35, 7 February 2014 (UTC)

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2011 Turkish sports corruption scandal article[edit]

Hello. The reason of writing this to you is to clarify my situation about the article and also wanted to explain what I wrote to the page protection request.Rivaner (talk) 09:06, 15 February 2014 (UTC) I opened a case about this article to dispute noticeboard but it was denied on the grounds that it was already on the neutral point of view noticeboard. This was what I wrote there and hopefully will help you understand my situation anout this article.


This article lacks a neutral point of view, I have already made my cae to the neutral point of view noticeboard (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Neutral_point_of_view/Noticeboard#2011_Turkish_sports_corruption_scandal_article) 11 days ago but today, things became really frustrating for me. Some IP adressed users are attacking the article using my edits, I know it is not the right way to do things but the reason for that is they finally found a voice in wikipedia. You can see all the reasons for my edits from one of the inolved users talk page;(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:LardoBalsamico#2011_Turkish_sports_corruption_scandal_article) which really sumarizes my siutation. I can understand the users attacking but don't accept their ways. As you can see from here (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:93.115.94.149#About_2011_Turkish_sports_corruption_scandal_article) I have did the best I can to calm the situation.


Hope this helps and thanks for you concern about the article.Rivaner (talk) 08:29, 15 February 2014 (UTC)

Hey Rivaner, I have no dog in the fight, I was just worried about the repeated vandalism of the page by anonymous IPs, not your edits. I haven't read the article, so hopefully the NPOV process works out for everyone in the end. Good luck! Ithinkicahn (talk) 21:32, 15 February 2014 (UTC)

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Ibrahim Pasha[edit]

How Pargali Ibrahim Pasha could be governer of Egypt from 1583 until 1585 when he had been dead in that time?? He died in 1536!!!!!!! Keivan.f (talk) 12 March 2014 (UTC)

Haha what are you talking about? Pargali Ibrahim Pasha was governor as an interim governor in 1525. The governor from 1583 to 1585 was Damat Ibrahim Pasha. Ithinkicahn (talk) 22:14, 12 March 2014 (UTC)

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Mersin: city and province[edit]

I have seen your edits in these articles. Could you please bring more clarification and details in both articles on the recent history of the province? It is not very clear. Thanks. --Why should I have a User Name? (talk) 20:41, 21 May 2014 (UTC)

I'm afraid I'm no expert on the subject, all I made were largely formatting and aesthetic fixes, but I will certainly take a look at it. Thanks for looking out! Ithinkicahn (talk) 20:44, 21 May 2014 (UTC)

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You've broken the 3RR rule. I wonder if I should report you for that, like you did me in the past without listening to reason or notifying me? Ithinkicahn (talk) 04:29, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

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About (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Abd%C3%BClaziz_Bay%C4%B1nd%C4%B1r&diff=612018517&oldid=598726479) The other editor removed all sources from it, hence it has no sources as now. He claimed the sources I added are fanatical Quranist webpages. Kavas (talk) 15:08, 3 July 2014 (UTC)
I've taken note and restored the cited sources. This user, RookTaker, seems to have an agenda in defacing articles like this, especially by libeling this person because of his criticisms of Said Nursi. Ithinkicahn (talk) 22:30, 4 July 2014 (UTC)

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