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WorldNetDaily.com Inc

2020 Pennsylvania Ave NW #351

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20006

United States

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"WorldNetDaily.com Inc. is an independent news company dedicated to uncompromising journalism, seeking truth and justice and revitalizing the role of the free press as a guardian of liberty. We remain faithful to the traditional and central role of a free ... more

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AKlein MediaWorks

Writer, Journalist, Blogger, Social Media Consultant

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Newsweek Inc

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Politz Hebrew Academy

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University of Pennsylvania

Yeshiva University

master of media manipulation

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WorldNetDaily: Contact

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Aaron Klein

White House Correspondent


» Deletion debates The Wikipedian

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Don't Be WorldNetDaily's Aaron Klein Tagged as Aaron Klein, Barack Obama, Deletion debates, Gawker, WorldNetDaily

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As noted yesterday, a recent article by WorldNetDaily Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein about Wikipedia's alleged "scrubbing" of President Obama's Wikipedia article resulted in additional coverage that brought to light the probability that Klein himself had made the controversial edits in question and was also the creator and top contributor to his own Wikipedia entry (at least until yesterday, when it exploded with activity.
To be fair, Klein has now claimed (in a letter to Gawker) that he is not in fact Jerusalem21 but in fact only told a subordinate at WND to edit the page:
First, I am not "Jerusalem21," but I do know the Wikipedia user (he works with me and does research for me), and I worked with him on this story, which focused on investigating allegations I had received from others of Wikipedia scrubbing Obama's page.
Whatever. Klein is probably satisfied that he has brought to the world's attention the horrible Wikipedia conspiracy to keep fringe theories out of articles where they don't belong, but it may come at a price he didn't expect:
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If you check out the deletion debate itself, it's not immediately clear which way it will go. Many votes for Keep and many for Delete as well. The fact that Klein (or his subordinate) wrote up a vanity page is not the issue - after all, it can always be changed - but whether Klein meets Wikipedia's notability requirement certainly is.
Amusingly, some take the position that Klein did not meet the requirement prior to criticizing Wikipedia, but due to the ensuing coverage, he now does. And I think this is may be correct, though I think it's arguable he met the requirement in the first place. I think the article will most likely survive, even if the decision is "no consensus. But he may not like that, either - because as long as the article stays, so will some version of this:
Klein removed the name of the editor from the article after reports arose on blogs and Wired News that he might himself be the suspended editor described in the story.


» Barack Obama The Wikipedian

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Don't Be WorldNetDaily's Aaron Klein Tagged as Aaron Klein, Barack Obama, Deletion debates, Gawker, WorldNetDaily

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As noted yesterday, a recent article by WorldNetDaily Jerusalem bureau chief Aaron Klein about Wikipedia's alleged "scrubbing" of President Obama's Wikipedia article resulted in additional coverage that brought to light the probability that Klein himself had made the controversial edits in question and was also the creator and top contributor to his own Wikipedia entry (at least until yesterday, when it exploded with activity.
To be fair, Klein has now claimed (in a letter to Gawker) that he is not in fact Jerusalem21 but in fact only told a subordinate at WND to edit the page:
First, I am not "Jerusalem21," but I do know the Wikipedia user (he works with me and does research for me), and I worked with him on this story, which focused on investigating allegations I had received from others of Wikipedia scrubbing Obama's page.
Whatever. Klein is probably satisfied that he has brought to the world's attention the horrible Wikipedia conspiracy to keep fringe theories out of articles where they don't belong, but it may come at a price he didn't expect:
aaron-klein-afd
If you check out the deletion debate itself, it's not immediately clear which way it will go. Many votes for Keep and many for Delete as well. The fact that Klein (or his subordinate) wrote up a vanity page is not the issue - after all, it can always be changed - but whether Klein meets Wikipedia's notability requirement certainly is.
Amusingly, some take the position that Klein did not meet the requirement prior to criticizing Wikipedia, but due to the ensuing coverage, he now does. And I think this is may be correct, though I think it's arguable he met the requirement in the first place. I think the article will most likely survive, even if the decision is "no consensus. But he may not like that, either - because as long as the article stays, so will some version of this:
Klein removed the name of the editor from the article after reports arose on blogs and Wired News that he might himself be the suspended editor described in the story.
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Of more interest is the identity of the mysterious Jerusalem21, whose courageous disregard of Wikipedia's ban on fringe material provided WND's Aaron Klein with his smoking gun in the first place, spawning what will soon be a national wiki-scandal.
Curiously, it turns out that Jerusalem21, whoever he or she might be, has only worked on one other Wikipedia entry since the account was created, notes ConWebWatch. That's Aaron Klein's entry, which Jerusalem21 created in 2006, and has edited 37 times.


Prophetic Words & Postings @ braveheartwarriorministries.com

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Aaron Klein of WorldNetDaily reported that on Tuesday, Aug. 28, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert presented the Palestinian Authority with a formal plan in which the Jewish state would forfeit the Temple Mount - Judaism's holiest site - to Muslim control, according to top Palestinian sources.


Recent events - like the president ...

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Recent events - like the president of Iran's call for Israel's destruction (and then, apparently in a more kindly mood, for its relocation to Europe); the United Nations secretary-general's participation in a UN-sponsored "Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People" next to a map showing "Palestine" in place of Israel; the sudden appearance of anti-Semitism in one country (Peru) and the refusal of another (Syria) to permit a Jewish journalist (WorldNetDaily's Aaron Klein) entry because of his ethnicity - are timely things to ponder as we head toward Chanukah.

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