User talk:58.170.54.210

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I am assuming, because of the similar nature of the edits, and comments made, that you are the same person who apparently edited previoiusly from 125.254.43.2 (talk · contributions) and other IP numbers, and repeating most of a message I had posted there to this IP:

Thus far your edits seem designed to promote the defamation of Muhammad, using quotes or portions of quotes which are critical of this individual. I am NOT a promoter of the notion of needless censoring of criticism of ANYONE, by even the most ignorant, deluded of people — but I am an advocate of the principle that statements of deficient or false opinions or delusions in regard to matters of fact, MUST be fought with indications of truth — and you seem VERY intent on censoring and removing statements of truth and fact which do not fit in with what appears to be your agenda.

The matter of the quotes you have been adding, and which I have added a small bit of content to, in order to provide indications of their proper context, further commented upon in a brief exposition of its content , has been discussed intermittently since January 2009 at the "John Owen quote" section of the Muhammad discussion page. I believe the brief extension and comment I have added is proabably about a good a solution as can be arrived at, and though I had accepted another regular editor's arguments that it probably is of so little notability as to not merit inclusion, it is sourced quote — which I can accept being included, but ONLY with mention of proper context. ~ Kalki (talk · contributions) 00:38, 9 July 2011 (UTC)