On 5/20/06, abu hamza <abuhamza1970(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
The first source is the "dodgy website" I referred to earlier. It's an
extreme partisan website. It should not be used as a source.
The second is Wikipedia. It's not allowed to be used as a source in
our articles, for obvious reasons.
The third is a personal website http://www.fsmitha.com/about.html
also not allowed.
The use of poor sources should be placed in the context of you trying
to add six times to the introduction of [[Harold Shipman]], the
British doctor who murdered his patients, that he was Jewish or that
his mother was a Jewish asylum seeker, without a source, although even
with one, why is that fact so relevant to his notability that it has
to go in the intro?
Plus the reverting with a sockpuppet, or, if you prefer, a workmate
with the same IP and same browser, who reverts to the same version of
the same page just in time to stop you from violating 3RR.