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Hello, for various professional reasons I'm using a pseudonym. My relevant interests are history (especially 20th century Middle-Eastern and European including Holocaust), and to a lesser extent political, religious and cultural issues. I do not have a personal connection, either by family, descent, or religion, with the people and places I write about in Wikipedia.

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I have been a Wikipedia administrator since April 22, 2004.

Countries I have visited (sometimes before they existed)

Australia (all states), Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada (6 provinces), China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Fiji, France, Germany (East, West, and reunified), Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand (both islands), Oman, Palestine (West Bank and Gaza), Poland, Portugal, Russia (when it was part of the USSR), Serbia (when it was part of Yugoslavia), Singapore, Slovakia (when it was in Czechoslovakia and afterwards too), Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom (England, Scotland and Wales), United States of America (40 states), Vatican City

Some links for my own convenience

A test account I have

Zero0001 (talk · contribs) is used by me to test aspects of Wikipedia's protection/authorization system that I cannot test from an administrator's account.

Some tasks that need doing

  • Jenin — the historical background, especially ancient identifications, is very poor. TellJenin03.pdf is a good guide.
  • Jewish_views_on_marriage#Ages_of_marriage — this does not very well correspond to the historical facts, especially for the Middle East and North Africa.
  • Abdullah_I_of_Jordan#Assassination — details are confused and sources are poor. Wilson and Anu Nowar are better sources.
  • 1099 Jerusalem massacre in several articles misquotes sources
  • Missing history in Jewish National Fund
  • The story of Shatta
  • Haavara Agreement elides the boycott movement even though it features prominently in all the sources.
  • Check if the doctored quotation from the Village Statistics in Walid Khalidi appears in Brawer's review.
  • The origin story at The Protocols of the Elders of Zion no longer has the discredited version from the Berne trial, but that version has now disappeared entirely. Write a section explaining the history of the origin story. Levy has a good summary.
  • Berne Trial needs more from Hagemeister.
  • Levy's assessment of the actual significance of the Protocols is worthy of reporting.
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