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Web links[edit]

Yeah, I know. I just realised it was a formating issue after double checking - at least I corrected the error. It also seems that the link gets repeated in numberous places in the article, so that's how I verified the error. Not from Hr, Australian living in Japan. Although I have heritage from both HR, BiH & CG. Cheers, iruka 02:11, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

Japan is peaceful & slow paced where I am - just the way I like it :) - the weather is quite cold at the moment, althoughthe start of this winter is unseasonally warm - we might not have snow this winter! :0. I was born in NSW. I know a little about the history of the region, but predominantly from the HR & BiH side. Where in Hr did you live? I have only visited the place once, but would like to visit there again. iruka 02:23, 27 December 2006 (UTC)

The Arafat article[edit]

Hello. I do watch the Arafat article, and I'm aware that there are concerns and controversies around his basic biographic details. Most of the debate about how to deal with these issues can be found at Talk:Yasser Arafat, probably somewhere in the Archives of that page. There are links which take you to those archives on the page. It would be best if you brought your concerns there, because the editors involved in those discussions edit the article regularly. They could explain better how the consensus developed to deal with the facts a certain way. I just watch the article for very obvious vandalism. Thanks for your concern! --Fsotrain09 02:14, 27 December 2006 (UTC)