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21 July 2016

Please comment on Talk:Afghan detainees at Guantanamo Bay[edit]

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Page Deletion : Jason Hilton[edit]

Hello LadyofShalott,

I see that you deleted the page for Jason Hilton. I was going to go over the page today to do some editing in regards to the page so that it didnt sound biased. There is more information that i was wanting to put up on there. Would you please be so kind as to restore the page? Also, I put in a request for a name change and have yet to see it. Who should i contact?

Thank You!

Elizabeth Woods Publicist

TheHiltonFirm (talk) 20:25, 29 June 2016 (UTC)

Hi TheHiltonFirm, I have restored your article , but moved it to your userspace to work on as a draft. You can find it at User:TheHiltonFirm/Jason Hilton. As for your username question, I see that Kelapstick has already responded on your talk page. Please let me know if you have any further questions with which I can help! LadyofShalott 01:40, 30 June 2016 (UTC)

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Disruptive Edits in Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church article[edit]

Dear Wikipedia Admin, Kindly note, User:Kokkarani is continuously involving in biased and POV edits in this article. He is in not in agreement with the neutral references providing by other editors. Also he is not letting others to edit this page by repeated edit reverts.The discussion with him in article's talk page is no use as he changes his stands time to time. Seeking your help here. Kindly intervene.. --- (talk) 04:47, 16 July 2016 (UTC)

The matter here is whether Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church is Autocephalous or not. This has been a big controversy in Malankara Church, which was finally decided by the Supreme court of India in 1995 (Malankara Church case). Please see the talk page in Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. The Supreme court of India clearly declared that Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church is NOT autocephalous but a part/division of the Syrian Orthodox Church. However some editors wanted to project that Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church is an Autocephalous church. They are not willing to provide sufficient reasons to state that. Hence the word Autocepahalous is challenged. The Supreme court of India verdict in 1995 is legally binding to Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. This is the real fact. Whether to include Autocecepahlous is the matter of controversy here. I think Administrtor can intervene here and take a decision. Thnaks Kokkarani (talk) 05:00, 16 July 2016 (UTC)

User:Kokkarani(aka Phantom)'s biased edits in this page are not only limited to this point - "whether Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church is Autocephalous or not". Kindly go through this user's edit history, when Kokkarani recently started editing in this page
(1)This editor removed the statement that Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church(MOSC) is an Oriental Orthodox Church. Every one who understands eastern Christianity knows that MOSC is one among the Oriental Orthodox Church. Other Oriental Orthodox churches are Coptic Orthodox Church, Armenian Apostolic Church, Syrian Orthodox Church, Ethiopian Orthodox church and Eritrean Orthodox Church. This I explained in the articles talk page in detail. But [User:Kokkarani]] keep on removing the mention that MOSC is an Oriental Orthodox Church. As you can read from the Oriental Orthodoxy article and other sources available in public domain that Oriental Orthodox communion is composed of six autocephalous churches (including MOSC)
2)Then User:Kokkarani wanted to take out the statement that MOSC is also known as Indian Orthodox Church. Provided multiple reference(sites of sister churches,public media etc) but Kokkarani was not accepting these references and wanted to have references from Encyclopedia and involved in editing war. Finally I had to find a Encyclopedia reference for this known fact !!

These edits/repeated reverts should be considered as serious vandalism to a Wikipedia Article --- (talk) 08:20, 16 July 2016 (UTC)

You are all engaged in an edit war. As such, I have fully protected the article from editing for one week. Work out your content dispute on the article talk page. If needed, please seek additional assistance from the WP:India and WP:Christianity wikiprojects. LadyofShalott 12:34, 16 July 2016 (UTC)

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