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Agrso, what you have done to the page constitutes vandalism. There is no government propaganda because the information was all sourced and accounted for by THIRD party NGOs. If you have issue with anything on the page, please consult the talk page and BUILD consensus before deleting swaths of hard work people put into the page. — Preceding unsigned comment added by SabahMAlSabah (talkcontribs) 05:34, 23 December 2014 (UTC)

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August 2013[edit]

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Bahrain[edit]

Sorry for accusing you of removing content that you didn't. I should have looked more carefully before making such a claim. Mohamed CJ (talk) 02:26, 16 July 2014 (UTC)

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Thanks[edit]

Hey Agrso, thank you for your edits. Apologies for my reverts. Enjoy editing. SWH® talk 07:51, 26 January 2015 (UTC)

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your reverting of my edit - Persian Gulf[edit]

Hi, Agrso; I notice you have reverted changes i had made to Kuwait - https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kuwait&action=history, citing the reason as : "Repeating "Persian Gulf" in every sentence is redundant"; i'm not sure what you mean by "redundant". I beg to differ, making reference to UN document No. ST/CS/SER.A/29/Add.2, dated 18th August '94 (http://marzeporgohar.org/v2/folders/folder_10/PersainGulf1.pdf) where it is clearly stated that "The full term "Persian Gulf" should be used in every case instead of the shorter term "Gulf", including in repetitions of the term after its initial use in a text". More surprisingly, you also mention - in your reasons for reverting my edit - that " "Gulf Arab states" is more accurate" ! what is that reason based on? are you saying that the term "Gulf Arab States" is more accurate than "Arab States of the Persian Gulf" ?? HOW, exactly, are you suggesting that the former is "more accurate"? sorry about my over-use of quotation marks ... it's a disability of mine! I have not (yet) reverted your edit ... choosing to discuss it here first. I will wait to hear from you (for a few days) before reverting the changes. Yours, Kamran the Great (talk) 23:35, 16 May 2016 (UTC)

Hi. Using the "Persian Gulf" terminology in every sentence is inaccurate in this article because Iran was the first country in the Persian Gulf region to have a theatrical tradition. If we say "Persian Gulf region", then Kuwait isn't the only country in the Persian Gulf region to have a theatrical tradition! The Sultan Gallery wasn't the first gallery in the Persian Gulf region, Bushehr has older art galleries. Using "Gulf Arab states" is more accurate and internationally recognized. Persian Gulf refers to the body of water, it doesn't mean Kuwait is a "Persian Gulf state". Kuwait isn't internationally recognized as a "Persian Gulf state". Kuwait is recognized as a "Gulf Arab state". This isn't PressTV or IRNA. This is Wikipedia. There should be neutrality in these articles. Agrso 23:38, 20 May 2016 (UTC)
I cannot argue with your first premise, as I do not have enough information on the history of theatrical traditions. However... of course Kuwait is a Persian Gulf State... it is one of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf. a "Gulf Arab state", as you call it, is quite inaccurate (to use your vocab), since it does not specify the name of the Gulf. Geographic features have names... they should be used.Kamran the Great (talk) 08:46, 22 May 2016 (UTC)

Your reversions to Kuwait[edit]

Before your last edits to Kuwait I had posted material on the Talk page. I have reverted your edits, posted further on the Talk page, and invite you to discuss on the Talk page. In my opinion it would not be constructive to make further edits without discussion first. Thanks Shhhnotsoloud (talk) 18:27, 21 May 2016 (UTC)

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