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Assalamu alaykum friends. I enjoy copy editing articles for clear expression and hopefully improved consistency. I have a wide range of interests, but seem mainly to edit articles related to Pakistan and Islam. I feel disappointed by entries that contain no references or that contain references which do not actually support the claims attributed to them (which is sadly common). I often delete blocks of unreferenced material according to WP:BURDEN. I also work hard to keep articles neutral, which is sometimes frustratingly difficult, especially when dealing with Islamic topics.

I used to frequently update Rotten Tomatoes ratings which were seriously out of date, but I haven't been able to find much time for this lately. I am also keen to reduce the excessive use of the honorifics / titles which clutter some pages (Sir, Lord, Hon., Dr, Rev, Hon, Sheikh, Maulana, Imam etc).