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Long term abuse (cross wiki and Globally) / Mr,p balçiEdit
Hello. Please close this user and all related accounts Globally. All of the following accounts, which are closed locally and globally, belong to him. In addition, some of them in different languages probably do not make good sense. In all wikis, in addition to sabotaging articles, he insults different users of different ethnicities. He is of Turkish ethnicity. He has created countless accounts in Azerbaijani and Turkish articles and has insulted users of Armenian, Kurdish, Persian and Arab ethnicity on various wikis. Many users left Wikipedia forever with insults and threats made by him.
and one more :
This is his latest account identified. Behavioral evidence and conflict in identical articles. This user also uses different IPs. I think there are many other unspecified accounts of him.
The inspection page below lists many of his accounts and IPs. He has insulted the Armenian user with IPs in several different wikis.
A number of sabotages:
in en.wiki :
- I do not know, why did you ask me. You need global administrator or steward. I cannot block the users globally. I do not understand these languages and I am not sure, what to do. You can request global locks or discuss it with somebody, who understands Turkish and/or Persian language. Taivo (talk) 08:06, 21 April 2021 (UTC)