On 15/02/2008, Ian Woollard <ian.woollard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 15/02/2008, Thomas Dalton
The point is that we are a neutral encyclopaedia
and those images have
Encyclopaedic just means that they should go in the encyclopaedia
somewhere; but not necessarily in the Mohammad article. The censorship
policy just says that we don't remove things from the entire
wikipedia, not that we don't move it from any particular article.
Images of Muhammad make sense in the article on Muhammad. I'm not sure
if moving them to another article would appease the people
At present, the wikipedia is far from neutral here;
for example, the
Muhammad in Encyclopedia Britannica has only a single veiled image in
18 pages, whereas the wikipedia has 4, and most of them are unveiled.
I don't think you can find many articles on Muhammad with lots of
images in; or nobody has so far.
"Neutral" does not mean "what everybody else does", so your point is