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Hi! Jerusalem is a sensitive topic and Wikitravel don't take sides. Please read Wikitravel:Be_fair#Political_disputes and respect different views about Jerusalem. Jc8136 09:42, 1 June 2012 (EDT)

Hi! Your are starting an Wikitravel:Edit_war which is an absolute no-no here. I will block you for 15 minutes, so you have time to read about our policies. Two admins today had to revert you onesided positions in Jerusalem. Stop now. Jc8136 09:56, 1 June 2012 (EDT)
You are being blocked for 24 hours this time. Ikan Kekek 04:01, 2 June 2012 (EDT)
This is your final warning. Cease your continuous edit warring to the article, Jerusalem. If you disagree with something that is written on the article, please voice your opinions on Talk:Jerusalem. Continued warring will result in a significantly longer block period. JamesA >talk 06:57, 3 June 2012 (EDT)
Thanks for your message, Rosenthalm. I'll admit, you may know more about Jerusalem than me, but you may not be fully informed of Wikitravel's rules and guidelines. Edit warring is something we always try to avoid. If you'd like to discuss your changes here, feel free, and we may be able to make some additions to the Jerusalem article that are a little more neutral. The article notifies travellers about Jerusalem's disputed capital status as they may be looking for embassies, most of which can be found in Tel Aviv. Specific incidents of violence should not be included, but there can be a mention of increased tensions and xenophobic attitudes. Let us know here what additions you'd like to see. JamesA >talk 07:10, 3 June 2012 (EDT)
I've added a few sentences to the Stay Safe section mentioning about tensions between locals. I've also said how some locals may ask foreigners to move along, which they should do so. I haven't mentioned which religions target which, so that should remove the issue of bias and political dispute. Hopefully it's an acceptable compromise, and you'll continue to contribute to Wikitravel in the future. JamesA >talk 09:44, 3 June 2012 (EDT)