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User:Kigelim has requested the creation of the two following articles; here are his or her words on the matter:
Susya (Palestinian village) and Susya (Archaeological site). Right now, information from the two above and the Israeli settlement are in one article. Please approve the additional articles so material can be transferred. In Hebrew there are three different articles and as a result, they are each more accurate and comprehensive. I can do much of the translation.
I am moving his or her request here from WP:REQ since it is more of a split request and would likely get faster treatment here anyhow. - SweetNightmares 16:26, 17 February 2015 (UTC)
I think it would make more sense to split it into Susya (archaelogical site), Susya (Palestinian village) and Susya (Israeli settlement), as there are three distinct places with the same name (from what I can make out from the article, neither the village nor the settlement are at the exact same location as the archaeological site? If one is, then those two should be combined, but the village and settlement articles should remain split). As an example, we also have Merhavia (kibbutz) and Merhavia (moshav), adjacent villages with the same name but different types of governance. I will also notify WP:Palestine about this, as it also falls under their remit. Number57 21:19, 17 February 2015 (UTC)