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Pamphlet promarocain. No neutral.--18.104.22.168 (talk) 20:31, 8 October 2010 (UTC) How can to be proclaimed sultan in 1912 -how seems in the context- if is death in 1910?--22.214.171.124 (talk) 20:31, 8 October 2010 (UTC)
User:Koavf, regarding this diff. You removed History of Morocco cat, any incoherent vague rationale for that?
Sahrawi is an anachronism for a person that lived in the 19th century. And even if we concede to describe him as such, it is inappropriate since the Current use of the term refers to a nationality or a modern notion of people-hood (related to SADR but not limited to) that didn't exist back.
Born in south-eastern present-day Mauritania or Mali, lived in Tindouf (present day Algeria) for most of his life and was associated with Morocco (state and region) where he lived and died. We could as well add Algerian, Moroccan, Malian and Mauritanian cats. Which would be unfair, pertaining mainly to anachronism.
I strongly suggest you stop adding, willfully and probably knowingly, falsehood to an Encyclopedia for modern geopolitical considerations, especially considering your troubled history here and the pages-long offenses that you were guilty of re this subject. Just a few months back you were topic banned.
P.S: The category you're trying to add is totally useless (even if we concede to your POV). All Sahrawis are Muslims. --Tachfin (talk) 00:51, 22 August 2011 (UTC)