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We're not supposed to use edits to do that. You made as WP:BOLD edit and it was reverted - that's fine. You take it to talk at that point. What you don't do is start making other edits to try and prove a point. Simonm223 (talk) 23:56, 21 February 2014 (UTC)
All I did was revert the page to the last stable version. Because with this article it's probably always a good idea to build consensus in talk first. However I'll point out that the reference to the Atlantic Slave Trade doesn't mention the skin colour of the people involved (you know, since it involved people of all kinds of skin colours and both Christians and Muslims) and while the British colonists who kicked off the Australian genocide are generally pretty pale it was in that case more a specific nationality attacking another. Whereas you were trying to single out a single religion for their participation in a massive (yes, evil) venture that probably touched on a heckuvalotta people who weren't the same faith as them.
And that's getting into WP:NPOV territory, not to mention WP:DUE so I'd advise against. Now if it turns out that the general consensus disagrees with me I'm not going to go to the walls over it. However I just think it's not the most appropriate edit for this article. Simonm223 (talk) 00:20, 22 February 2014 (UTC)
There is no strong consensus regarding images, see . -- Tobby72 (talk) 00:32, 22 February 2014 (UTC)
The rationale provided by user:188.8.131.52 seems sound. I'm sometimes a bit of a wiki ogre and I recently came active again - may have missed an intervening debate, and I do agree that this article should not be used for any political axe grinding. Simonm223 (talk) 03:32, 22 February 2014 (UTC)
Hello. I am planning on adding some new information under the "religion" section on Sikhism for an ethics class at my university. I plan on adding it after Hinduism and focusing on knowledge gleaned from the Guru Granth Sahib, a sacred text to the Sikhs - with special attention to the five major evils: lust, rage, greed, emotional attachment, and ego. These are also known as the "five thieves", and have their own Wikipedia entry. With respect to this, I will add links within my proposed texts which will take the reader there for more detailed understanding.
Citations for religions / philosophical views.
A lot of the religious and philosophical definitions lack citations. They're really needed, since interpreting the nature of evil is a controversial topic; more specifically, since we're paraphrasing them and presenting an interpretation of what they say, we need high-quality secondary sources backing that interpretation (that is, it's not enough to source it solely to to the text itself in this case, because interpretations on what a philosopher or a religion says about evil tend to be complicated, varied, and controversial.) --Aquillion (talk) 04:28, 13 August 2015 (UTC)