On 5/24/06, Sarah <slimvirgin(a)gmail.com> wrote
Anyone thinking about whether the indefinite block of
Abu Hamza is
justified ought to consider (apart from the various policy violations)
his determination to add to the introduction of [[Harold Shipman]]
that he was a *Jewish* British serial killer. It's not just that there
are no reliable sources for this. It's the obsession with trying to
add an entirely non-notable reference to a person's ethnicity in order
to make that ethnicity look bad.
Then take a look at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolfo_Constanzo
the person who added information about this American born serial
killers Cuban heritage going to be scolded in a similar way as
Saladin1970 now? An indefinite ban for that editor maybe? Why is it ok
to write that his mother was a Cuban immigrant, but it is not ok to
write that Harold Shipman's mother was a Jewish immigrant?
on. But it's the lack of even the most basic grasp
of what it is to be
a Wikipedian that makes me support an indefinite block.
Have you read his talk page: "I am more than happy to go through the
official wikipedia mechanism for resolving disputes."