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Regarding some of the details in the entry, here are some sources confirming my edits. They are in Hebrew and I don't think they are particularly controversial points, so I'll refrain from inserting them inline, though others can do so if they are so inclined:
- Egged's depot at Malha
- I don't know that there is an official transliteration for קניון, but http://www.kenyonim.com/mall.asp?mid=6 prefers the previous; perhaps raise this on Wikipedia talk:Naming conventions (Hebrew). Cheers, TewfikTalk 05:15, 12 June 2007 (UTC)
- The term Kanyon is a coinage from the root Kana. It is not Kenyon, and the spelling that some Hebrew-speaking Israeli chooses for a website is not proof of anything. Altogether there is no "official" transliteration policy in existence (look at the street signs in Israel) but as a translator who works for an English language newspaper in Israel, as well as someone who lives nearby and shops there, I know it is pronounced Kanyon. Of course this is hardly a life-or-death matter, but neither is most of the nitpicking on Wikipedia...As for the Egged station at Malcha, this plan has been around for years, but I see no facts on the ground. If it does happen, it's great, but the way you worded it makes it sound as if there is already such a system in operation. All the best, Gila--Gilabrand 05:57, 12 June 2007 (UTC)
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"It is still remembered fondly today."
How sweet. Fond memories by an encyclopedia.
Could we please have some sort of citation for an unencyclopedic sentence like that?
And could someone please explain the connection of this mall to the Biblical Zoo? Except for the fact that they both happen to be in the same part of town?
- Just edited a few of those things.
- On second thought, I am going to take out that ICIT/song stuff altogether. It seems to have been part of a series of vandalism which was partly put back in after having been removed by a bot.
- The song lyrics don't exactly recommend themselves for the nobel prize in literature. And the ICIT part especially would surely need some explanation. I can only find an islamistic organization with that abbreviation on Wikipedia, and we certainly can't have that in here without some really good reason. --188.8.131.52 (talk) 09:07, 14 October 2016 (UTC)