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How an Arab Muslim propagandist has contributed to hate on Wikipedia (for years)

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Submitted by El Cairo (United States), Aug 11, 2020 at 22:59

How an Arab Muslim propagandist has contributed to anti-Israel bias on Wikipedia

VILIFICATION OF ISRAEL VIA INTIMIDATION AND OBSESSION

How an Arab Muslim propagandist has contributed to anti-Israel bias on Wikipedia.
For some 14 years user ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Nableezy ) Nableezy has been roaming on wiki in his anti Israel vilification campaign, with help of one or two other Muslims.
Tactics include:
* Putting a warning on wikipedians [ARBPIA] esoecially for any newcomers....
Carrying out "edit wars." .
"Deciding" what is a 'reliable source' .
Deleting any criticism of any anti Israel hot -headed pieces.
Difference from usual wikipedians, is, the record of obsession in constant fighting. Showing in the past his investing his major time in it.

HELPING IN ANTI-JEWISH HATRED

Over a decade ago, some anti-Jewish wikipedian, who posted much against Judaism and to brand racism on Israel as part of his overall goal, has pushed for a disproportionate page about little Israel (vs the globe) by quoting exaggerated "racism" terminology from Israeli far left (who gave an agenda, esoecially by using this term as a tool to shock Jewish conscious and) who as known have been used this terminolog arbitrary as a routine, including on coltural and religious differences.
Of course this vilification osge was much defended and ousged also by Arab anti Israel wikipedian Nableezy and a Farrakhan guy, at the time.

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