The motto of the AIW is conservata veritate, which translates to "with the preserved truth".
This motto reflects the inclusionist desire to change Wikipedia only when no knowledge would be lost as a result.
On the other hand, I try not to give credit to the parties who try to label anyone criticize their view/organisation/country as racist.
In the same manner, public reception of racism has changed within history, so it should be also noted in historical articles about early 20th century or before. It is still racism tough.
From my standpoint it is obligatory to state, the background of both defending and critical parties within the article in a neutral tone. [religious, racial/national or political involvements or possible bias to the cases] Also providing only news source without telling the author/commentor's name or presenting disputable arguments as the single fact/view about the case is highly misleading for the readers.
Mostly the issues I deal with are with users who do not bother reading through the sources provided yet reverting instead improving with copyright or any other claims in a lazy way as well as users who tries to remove the views they object instead adding other views to balance the article.
“Racism is man's gravest threat to man - the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason.” Abraham J. Heschel
“Let us all hope that the dark clouds of racial prejudice will soon pass away, and that in some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty.” Martin Luther King, Jr.
“At the heart of racism is the religious assertion that God made a creative mistake when He brought some people into being” Friedrich Otto Hertz
“Racism, in the first place, is a weapon used by the wealthy to increase the profits they bring in by paying Black workers less for their work” Angela Davis
US, British, China, Russia politics, yet mainly interested in Israel-Palestine conflict, as area of interest and knowledge as a no COI party I try to stay away my own country related (theoretical) COI issues However I should note I have more knowledge on Jewish-Israeli side than Palestine and has even less knowledge on other Arab countries Also as an anti-war standpoint I criticize both Israel army or Hamas like organizations for shedding blood, both parties accused of serious human right violations under their rule by various Human Rights organisations, though I should note as a stronger party Israel reportedly commits more HR violations and killed-wounded more people
Middle East Issues heavily Israel-Palestine Conflict for especially for RS accuracy, implementing criticism and noting COI parties political stance in criticism sections
Western civilians casualties in Palestine and Israel territories
Media, people and sources
Peace activists and peace organizations
Massacres attacks against civilians attacking organizations
Weapons of Mass Destruction or Damages undiscrimatedly
Month-day articles (February 24 and 10 July) should not be linked unless their content is germane and topical to the subject. Such links should share an important connection with that subject other than that the events occurred on the same date. For example, editors should not link the date (or year) in a sentence such as (from Sydney Opera House): "The Sydney Opera House was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 28 June 2007", because little, if any, of the contents of either June 28 or 2007 are germane to either UNESCO, a World Heritage Site, or the Sydney Opera House.
References to commemorative days (Saint Patrick's Day) are treated as for any other link. Intrinsically chronological articles (1789, January, and 1940s) may themselves contain linked chronological items.
Year articles (1795, 1955, 2007) should not be linked unless they contain information that is germane and topical to the subject matter—that is, the events in the year article should share an important connection other than merely that they occurred in the same year. For instance, Timeline of World War II (1942) may be linked to from another article about WWII, and so too may 1787 in science when writing about a particular development on the metric system in that year. However, the years of birth and death of architect Philip C. Johnson should not be linked, because little, if any, of the contents of 1906 and 2005 are germane to either Johnson or to architecture.