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I forgot to put the reason as to why I deleted the previous changes in MCGI article. But if you're going to view the history of that article, many times I had reverted changes from other contributors to a simple fact that posts were just from their personal opinion with no valid source. Others tend to put exaggerated information that are unacceptable and misleading. This policy will always be enforced whenever it is needed.
Can you change the name back to "Ayn al-Arab" which the page was orginally named because it was edited last year. Even the article states the following, " The Arabic name ʿAyn al-ʿArab, "Spring of the Arabs", a translation of the Ottoman Turkish name Arab Pinar, was introduced officially by the Syrian government as part of a broader Arabization effort in the 1980s"