"Anti-Zionists" rule Wikipedia - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dajudem
    • 05.08.11 | 23:31 (IDT)

    Wales himself is very positive, but his comment: ". Had Israel Sheli actually followed through with its mass Wikipedia editing, he says, the community would have taken it in its stride" is rubbish. The "community" is in fact very anti-Israel and once banned a number of people from CAMERA who had tried the same thing. They did not investigate or find a dozen community members who had grouped together as "Wikipedians for Palestine." These people are still at Wikipedia, attempting to ban pro-Israel editors for any reason they can think up or imagine. Anti-Israeli editors and administrators abound at Wikipedia, who show no mercy for Zionists, and have no end of tolerance for both "anti-Zionist" and in many cases, "anti-semitic" points of views.

    from the article: Wikipedia founder: Israel-Palestine is heavily debated, but we're vigilant on neutrality
    First published 20:25 05.08.11 | Last updated 20:25 05.08.11
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