- 1 Ashina
- 2 Shia Islam request for semi-protection
- 3 You are invited to my talk page to give good reasons for reverting my edits
- 4 Please note...
- 5 Germiyanoğlu Devlet Şah Hatun should not be confused with the mother of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I, namely, Devlet Hatun
- 6 Admin?
- 7 Hasan ibn Ali
- 8 Antiheroes
- 9 Fixing reference with the Wayback Machine
- 10 General theory of collaboration
Hi. Ashina has several problems. For example, it has 2 etymology section. And I think the article is damaged by endless POV. Would you please review it? Thanks. --Zyma (talk) 14:11, 23 April 2016 (UTC)
Shia Islam request for semi-protection
You are invited to my talk page to give good reasons for reverting my edits
You are kindly invited at my tak page.
Take your time, but please no more than 12 hours, or I will revert back. It took me a lot of time to put together all those edits.
Likely Unemployed golfer is the banned user
Same editing patterns on psychotronics and related articles.
Germiyanoğlu Devlet Şah Hatun should not be confused with the mother of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I, namely, Devlet Hatun
Germiyanoğlu Devlet Şah Hatun should not be confused with the mother of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I, namely, Devlet Hatun whose name in her vakfîyya is registered as Daulât bint-i Abd'Allah. This implies that the mother of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed I was non-Turkish origin. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 00:45, 2 July 2016 (UTC)
Hasan ibn Ali
Hello Mr. Edward 21, I gave Ibn Abd al-Barr (978-1071), the famous Sunni Maliki judge and historians work as a citation. Here's his book: https://ia800202.us.archive.org/19/items/FP66100/01-02_66100.pdf go to page 100 to read what ibn Abd al Barr reports happened at Hasan ibn Ali's funeral. He says : لما مات الحسن أرادوا أن يدفنوه في بيت رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم، فأبت ذلك عائشة وركبت بغلة وجمعت الناس، فقال لها ابن عباس: كأنك أردت أن يقال: يوم البغلة كما قيل يوم الجمل ؟! قالت: رحمك الله، ذاك يوم نسي. قال: لا يوم أذكر منه على الدهر "When al-Hasan died, they wanted to bury him in the house of the Messenger of Allah, so Aisha refused that, and rode a donkey, and gathered a group of people (against this), so Ibn Abbas said to her: It is as though you wanted it to be said - the day of the donkey, as it is already said the day of the camel, so she said: "May Allah have mercy on you, that is a day that has been forgotten", so he (Ibn Abbas) said: "there is no day more vivid (and remembered in the memory) than that day in the pages of time."
You can view this narration by Ibn Abdr al-Barr at both the link above to the original text or at http://islamport.com/w/adb/Web/558/16.htm, which is an encyclopedia of Sunni narrations and includes this narration by ibn abd al-barr. — Preceding unsigned comment added by TheWikiManRules (talk • contribs) 20:00, 3 August 2016 (UTC)
I am pleased that you also think Walter White of Breaking Bad is an antihero. Would a source from Rolling Stone, TV Guide or Entertainment Weekly be enough to be considered a reliable source? Please let me know as soon as possible, and enjoy your day. Mr. Brain (talk) 18:31, 3 September 2016 (UTC)
Fixing reference with the Wayback Machine
Just a heads up, broken references can sometimes be fixed with the Wayback Machine at archive.org/web/. The url of the reference can be searched using this page and it shows any archived copies it has stored.
For example, the Excalibur (L. Ron Hubbard) article had the reference http://american-buddha.com/cult.yesbookcalledexcalibur.htm, which now goes to something called 'Punk Lawyer'.
The Wayback Machine has the original reference stored at http://web.archive.org/web/20140922143648/http://american-buddha.com/cult.yesbookcalledexcalibur.htm.