This article uses a lot of italics which appear to be direct quotations. Per Wikipedia:Quotations: "do not put quotations in italics unless the material would otherwise call for italics, such as for emphasis and the use of non-English words (see the Manual of Style)." Quotation marks should be used instead. In general we should be wary about overusing quotes also, so consider re-writting the information in your own words (see WP:QUOTEFARM). Anotherclown (talk) 01:14, 6 April 2012 (UTC)
Thanks, in a couple of cases I've left them as they function as italics. --Rskp (talk) 05:57, 7 April 2012 (UTC)
Will start reviewing the article soon, looks interesting. I ask for patience, no one needs to rush here. Keeping the WP:GA table on standby. --Droodkin (talk) 15:57, 6 September 2012 (UTC)
Update: Okay, there something I'd like clarifying.
The 2nd Lancer's quote in the Afulah section, was it suppose to stand on its own? I am aware that it is a quote but I believe it is rather abrupt to end the section with it. A quote box would do, or some background behind the quote (no quotations are present either).
Casualties? It is unusual for a military campaign article to not have a casualty list. Although it isn't mandatory, I'd recommend it. I understand if there is a lack of sources to cite a definitive figure.