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September 2012[edit]

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Syrian civil war[edit]

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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I appreciate the work you do for Armenian articles, keep it up! Երևանցի talk 16:42, 31 August 2013 (UTC)

October 2013[edit]

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  • '''Jrambar''' ({{lang-hy|Ջրամբար}}, is a village in the [[Aragatsotn Province]] of [[Armenia]]. The economy of the

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  • has an area of 48.41 km², out of which 29.09 km² are occupied by buildings. It is served by the [[[[David of Sasun (metro station)|Sasuntsi Davit metro station]].

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Might want to slow down there...[edit]

Some of the changes you're making don't correspond correctly to the Armenian alphabet, while other edits consist of removing diacritical marks on words transliterated into in English which help readers comprehend the text easier.--Marshal Bagramyan (talk) 06:46, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

Errm, I think you should brush up on your knowledge of Armenian. I don't want to get into any dispute between the "correctness" of the Eastern-Western dialect, but not only is this more faithful to the original spelling, but it's more common in usage, which is how Wikipedia dictates us when it comes to transcribing foreign names and words.--Marshal Bagramyan (talk) 06:58, 1 December 2013 (UTC)
The user who reported you neglected to do this, but I want to inform you that this issue has come up at WP:ANI. Your username is the thread topic. --Jprg1966 (talk) 18:12, 1 December 2013 (UTC)
You're arguing on the basis of pronunciation, while I am basing myself on spelling, which is more closer to Wikipedia's policies. In any case you should have discussed these changes before undertaking such extensive edits.--Marshal Bagramyan (talk) 18:26, 1 December 2013 (UTC)

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Need consensus for changing the transliterations of Armenian names[edit]

Hello Zyzzzzy. Here you changed 'Vardan' to 'Vartan' throughout an article. Evidently, some people disagree since other editors have reverted this change. If you intend to do more of this, you should find consensus at a suitable place. Consider Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Armenia. A complaint about your changes has been raised at WP:ANI#user Zyzzzzzy, where so far you have made no reply. Thank you, EdJohnston (talk) 19:20, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

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Syrian localities templates[edit]

Hey Zy, I've been undoing your recent changes to the Syrian governorate templates, like at Template:Homs Governorate. You need to discuss these moves at the talk page or at WikiProject Syria and find some agreement first. Personally, I don't think the templates being "bulky" is a valid reason to shave off 90% of the content. We previously made an adjustment to deal with size by creating subsections within the templates and emboldened the script for nahiya centers to distinguish them from other towns. Still, more could be done if you want to discuss this. --Al Ameer (talk) 05:00, 23 December 2013 (UTC)

When we made these templates, we (Yazan and myself) agreed to include only localities with populations above 2,000 (from 2004 census) or places that were unique in a historic/cultural way. Those were the "boundaries", but obviously this is not set in stone and we could always discuss alternatives. There are benefits to including these villages because it helps interested readers navigate the governorates and helps to give coverage or links to all of the articles on Syria's villages. Also, I think it would be to our detriment if we omit villages like Nawa, Maarrat al-Ikhwan, al-Sukhnah, Baarin, al-Fu'ah, or Bloudan (to name a few) just because these places aren't administrative centers. Many of them have larger populations or are more historically/culturally significant than the administrative centers. --Al Ameer (talk) 20:59, 23 December 2013 (UTC)
I completely agree with Ameer on this. But I wanted to point out that these localities are not "arbitrary", they are in fact official administrative units in Syria. There is terrible ignorance about the local geography of the country, and having them there gives them an opportunity to be discovered. I would strongly object to downscaling the templates to the towns that your, or I, feel are important. Yazan (talk) 09:49, 24 December 2013 (UTC)

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Architecture[edit]

Hi. I have made a few modifications, so basically only references are the problem now. Good luck. --BiH (talk) 12:36, 15 January 2014 (UTC)

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Syrian People[edit]

Hello Zyzzzzzy! Thank you for your contributions to the Syrian people article. With regards to my input on the said article, I have already said everything that could possibly be said on the talk page. I agree with you wholeheartedly that the article should include ancient and medieval Syrians. Although there was an extensive debate about this topic, the short discussion that produced a short-sighted view was illegitimate at best, because it was done on the Iraqi people page and without consulting editors, such as myself who would have entertained a contrarian view. The editor who reverted your edits and who now goes by the name of Kathavo is the same person who advanced the earlier view and went by the name Rafy. Thereby Rafy and Katahavo are one and the same. Please read the talk page in its entirety and you will see that the article is in fact being closely monitored by Rafy/Kathavo who belongs to a band of editors who are bitter and angry at the fact that the currently geopolitical reality of the day holds that there is no nation state called Assyria today.

The aforementioned editors troll any article that does not agree with their Assyrian nationalist views, neutrality and rationalism are not their strong-points. Let me give an example, after I posted pics of ancient Syrians on the Syrian people page Rafy/Kathavo took a good look at the page and proceeded to the Syriac people page where he uploaded pics of ancient Syriacs; and then he came back to the Syrian people to remove the pics of ancient Syrians. The said editor's view is that Syriacs comprise an ethnicity and that Syrians don't. A number of editors such as myself, have proved to the said editor the folly of his argument, but to no avail.

Recommendations, #1) Verify with the Wikipedia community if the discussion from the Iraqi page could be used to push Rafy/Kathavo's POV on the Syrian people article (Remember the short deciding view on the Syria people article took place on the Iraqi people page with the absence of notable editors who share a view different from Rafy/Kathavo's view. #2) Find reliable sources that specifically employ the "Syrian" designation when referring to ancient Syrians. (This article clearly refers to Abul Ala al-Maari as "Syrian". http://observers.france24.com/content/20130214-jihadists-behead-statue-syrian-poet-abul-ala-al-maari? page=30&v=1362363401000?) #3) Delineate Rafy/Kathavo's POV by reporting him to the Wikipedia community; he doesn't dare remove the image of Maron on the Lebanese people page but he trolls the Syrian people article. The aforementioned fact is proof of his POV, it's an example of Rafy/Kathavo's blunder that you could use. George Al-Shami (talk) 04:30, 20 February 2014 (UTC)

Have you two feel no shame? Your divisionism is bad for the cause of Independence. You should know that the Assyrians, Syriacs, and Chaldeans are all one people: The Mesopotamians. Why do you want to divide us when we all have a commonness among us? Are you going to say you're an Arab and speak Arabic instead of your language Syriac now? When will you both realize that foreign politicians are using this division between us Mesopotamians so that we cannot unite and achieve independence. My final sentence is this - ܠܶܐ ܢܰܚܦܺܝܬܽܘܢ? ܐܵܬܘܿܪܵܝܵܐ 17:10, 28 March 2014 (UTC)

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