User talk:Rami

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Thank you for contributing. One thing I would like to add is that looking at the title of your article, it kind of feels inappropriate. This in-turn made me realise the article title "Bestiality in Islam" sounds inappropriate too. I was thinking the titles should be like "The issue of camel urine" and "The issue of bestiality", i.e. take "Islam" out of the title in cases like these. What do you think? --AhmadF.Cheema (talk) 09:09, 15 October 2016 (SGT)

You're welcome bro. I understand what you mean, the only reason i added Islam was to draw attention for more critics/muslims to click the link and realize the truth. Should i just call it Camel Urine ?
In other news, I am working on more articles, I'm not really sure what to begin with as i currently have drafts (Aisha r.a hitting puberty, Muhammed pbuh not splitting the moon etc.) unlike several others i will try to prove it with solid empirical evidence and no "pseudoscience."
P.S This might sound stupid as i know this is a wiki and anyone could edit. But is there anyway i could protect my pages? As i've desperately slaved for about 25-30hrs with a lot of errors during the process.
— Preceding unsigned comment added by Rami (talkcontribs) 15 October 2016 (UTC)
I think "The issue of camel urine" should work. As hopefully, other people will join this endeavour in the future, there might be more than a few who will take offence on such a title.
Regarding articles which have a significant difference of opinion among Muslims themselves, such as "Muhammed pbuh not splitting the moon", the present idea is to make a separate category of such articles. In these articles, there will be a section that lists all the evidences in support for such theories and another section which enumerates all the arguments against such interpretations. It will be left to the reader to decide which iinterpretation he/she believes to be closer to the truth or more reliable.
Don't worry about your work getting lost. MediaWiki is designed in such a way that each and every revision made to the article is kept behind-the-scenes (unless specifically "deleted" by someone having high enough access on the Wiki such as the administrator). At any time literally any past revision can be accessed. Also, questions related to Wiki technicalities should be asked to User:WikiSysop as that user deals with such things.
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--AhmadF.Cheema (talk) 18:01, 15 October 2016 (SGT)


@AhmadF.Cheema: I hope this is how i reply. I'm not used to this wiki platform it confuses me lol. I changed it to "Camel Urine as a Remedy" is that legit or does it sound too "Apologetic." So what you're saying is i make 1 article which lists views that are for vs. against?