Continuing to argue with Pashto wiki users, here, could lead to a block. This was simply unnecessary. We need all that ps.wiki complaint and argument, at this point, to stay off the Steward requests page. Asking for users to be blocked could lead to you being blocked. If you have a request for administrative action, you may make it at Requests for comment/Support collaboration on Pashto Wikipedia/Requests. Please do not argue there. Just make a request if you have one, in a separate section. It will take time to get that set up, and we need volunteer translators.
Work has apparently started on Pashto Wikipedia to set up policies to prevent abuse and unnecessary conflict. It's a new start. If you keep attacking the old, you may not be able to build the new. I do not know if you will be able to study what you want on ps.wiki, the community may or may not decide to allow it. You can study this on other wikis, in English, for sure. I recommend you participate in deciding what policies are to be followed on ps.wiki, but please respect the community's overall consensus.
this edit on ps.wiki, I was tempted to bring to a steward's attention myself. That was completely unacceptable, and could get you immediately blocked on any WMF wiki, being deliberately offensive. I highly recommend you blank or strike it. (use strikeout to retract a comment that someone has already responded to). Strikeout: <s> Strikeout </s> displays like this:
Strikeout . --Abd (talk) 20:51, 22 April 2015 (UTC)
I see that you have acknowledged being PashtoLover on ps.wiki. Problem is, PashtoLover was first registered, and both accounts have about the same number of contributions globally. If you wish to use Seendgay as your sole account (and using multiple accounts can cause some severe problems), you should acknowledge the linkage on all the wikis where you have edits. As PashtoLover, you could redirect the PashtoLover User and User talk pages to Seendgay user and talk. These accounts were both used to create disruption on ps.wiki. I don't see disruption elsewhere except perhaps here on meta (where you also used both accounts.) I highly recommend toning everything down. If you are not blocked, work for creating a united community, instead of a divided one.
Even if they might ultimately be legitimate, focusing on creating very controversial articles is likely to upset the community and could get you banned. If you are banned, you will not be able to support others who come later. So be careful to seek consensus, respect warnings, and practice being polite, even if you have to grit your teeth. There are times to speak up against oppression, but choose them. --Abd (talk) 23:40, 28 April 2015 (UTC)