User talk:TinyMark

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User keeps vandalising/misquoting the Ibrahim Hooper page[edit]

The user by the IP address keeps changing the quote made by Ibrahim Hooper from:

  • Ibrahim Hooper has said that in 20 years worth of trips to mosques, "I've never heard violence preached; I've never heard anti-Semitism or anti-Americanism preached."


  • Ibrahim Hooper has said that in 20 years worth of trips to mosques, "I've heard violence preached; I've heard anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism preached."

They have done this twice already, and both times I had to undo their edit. You had warned this user before about vandalism on the wikipage "Camels," and yet they still do it here.

Here is the page that shows where they edited the text:


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Thank you[edit]

Thank you for not coming down like a ton of bricks when I made a mistake on Chuck Yegar. Weegeerunner (talk) 17:27, 14 April 2015 (UTC)

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