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What about of the fact that the information provided is pure propaganda? There isn't a single historical document which mentions Serbs on the territory of medievil Bosnia.
I would encourage you to take up the issue on the article's Talk page (Talk:Serbs of Bosnia and Herzegovina) before deleting so much content. You can discuss the matter with other editors and try to reach a consensus on the issue, but simply deleting it over and over again isn't the way to go here. Thanks and welcome to Wikipedia! Zachlipton (talk) 03:38, 13 May 2010 (UTC)
How do you go in debate about unfunded information? Where are the sources to these claims? There are none so there is no basis for this information than why are you protecting it from editing?
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