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Welcome to the Middle Eastern military history task force. If you have any questions about articles or are generally seeking advice, you're encouraged to ask at the main military history talk page, or you can directly approach one of the task force participants below.

The coordinators of the Military history WikiProject can be contacted here.

Scope[edit]

This task force covers the entire military history of the broad region known as the Middle East, from the earliest civilizations in the area (e.g. the Mesopotamian and ancient Egyptian) to the present day. It includes the military histories of all Middle Eastern groups and states, as well as military activity in the Middle East by external powers.

Any article related to this task force should be marked by adding Middle-Eastern-task-force=yes to the {{WPMILHIST}} project banner at the top of its talk page (see the project banner instructions for more details on the exact syntax). This will automatically place it into Category:Middle Eastern military history task force articles.

Participants[edit]

If you approach anyone from this list for advice or help, please check their contributions first to check if they've edited recently. This list may contain people who have not edited Wikipedia in a long time.

  1. Al Ameer son (talk · contribs)
  2. Alain08 (talk · contribs) (Lebanese Armed Forces topics)
  3. Ammar shaker (talk · contribs) (Ottoman Empire & Middle Easten States)
  4. Malik Shabazz (talk · contribs)
  5. Neddyseagoon (talk · contribs)
  6. Nostalgia of Iran (talk · contribs) (Persian dynasties)
  7. Poliocretes (talk · contribs) (Israel related subjects plus ancient history and archaeology)
  8. The Gnome (talk · contribs) (The topic is about the single most significant destabilising factor of world peace today. Wikipedia can contribute, admittedly in a small capacity, towards somehow resolving the conflict by presenting the convergence of input from people interested on the subject. The task of handling it in a NPOV-way necessarily brings everyone's POV into focus. I could bring to this task a rather extensive knowledge on the history of the region and the conflict, and as much objectivity as I can. (The latter is, of course, a subjective statement.) If I could just make the time.)
  9. Timeshifter (talk · contribs)
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Article statistics[edit]

The table to the right shows the current article assessment statistics for this task force.

A list of the top 500 most popular articles within our scope, as well as the number of page views each article received over the past month, can be found here.

With most of our articles assessed as Stub- or Start-Class, there's a lot of work to be done. However, we also have a number of good, A-Class, and featured articles, which have been assessed as amongst the best Wikipedia has to offer. These article serve as a yardstick for what can be achieved and should be aimed for, and can provide ideas about how to write an article and what sources to consult; they are listed below:

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Scytho-Cimmerian invasions of Caucasus and the Ancient Near EastLegion of the OrientLebanese First Sharp Shooters UnitLebanese Third Sharp Shooters RegimentFirst Battle of AiSecond Battle of AiBattle of GibeonHittite-Egyptian ConflictMakkedahKhamis MishaitSouth Yemen War of IndependenceHod HahanitNahariya attackOperation BigliftTaourintThirty CommitteeBattle of Ain al JurrLebanese Airborne RegimentMoukafahaKouwa el-DarebaJounieh Naval BaseElias Abou Sleiman military baseGhassan Ramman military baseShikri Ghanem military baseHenry Chehab military baseLebanese Army Special Forces SchoolBattle of al-Malkiyya (1948) (or Battle of Malkieh (1948)) • Battle of Souk el-Gharb (August 13, 1989)LAF-GS-ER2LAF-GS-ER3Shawqi Al MasriAhmad ArabAntranik TatoussianVictor CharlesLebanese Air Force MuseumIAF Attack on the Lebanese Independent Construction Regiment during War 2006Lebanese Army DayThe Hope for Peace MonumentDamascus Military AcademyAntony's Atropatene campaignAntony's Armenian campaign
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Battle of Nineveh (612 BC)Battle of CarchemishKuwaiti oil firesIraqi Republican GuardBattle of the NoblesLebanese Commando RegimentRepublican Guard Brigade (Lebanon)Lebanese Air ForceLebanese NavyLebanese Special Operations CommandLebanese Army Military AcademyBeirut Naval BaseRene Mouawad Air BaseHistory section on Lebanese Armed ForcesArz missileHoms Military Academy
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