#4 Huldra

#4 Huldra

#4 Huldra

(Searching for Huldra’s true identity)

Huldra, believed to be a woman—a minority among Wikipedia editors in general, and extremely rare in the Arab-Israeli topic area—keeps a rather low profile as she assists the cadre of anti-Israel editors. However, Huldra’s dedicated passion is one that is slowly and dangerously undermining the factual history of Israel on Wikipedia: the false documentation showing that nearly 400 Arab villages were allegedly depopulated by Jews and Israel. Last, but not least, Huldra is nearly singularly responsible for enacting the 30/500 policy that limits ALL people from editing anywhere in the Arab-Israeli topic area unless they have achieved 30 days and 500 edits on Wikipedia.

Huldra’s identity

No information, yet.

Best of Huldra’s edits

Huldra edits tirelessly and is the main editor behind a list that shows how Jews and Israel illegally depopulated nearly 400 Arab villages.

Huldra and Nishidani (#2 Anti-Israel Editor) are responsible for connivingly pushing through the 30/500 policy that essentially stops all editors from editing in the Arab-Israeli topic area until they have amassed 30 days and 500 edits. This one policy, more than anything, has allowed the Palestinian nationalists to place a stranglehold on Wikipedia and keep virtually all pro-Israel editors out.

Here is the first time that Huldra pushed for the 30/500 policy.

The I/P [Israeli/Palestinian] area is drowning in socks, one nastier than the other, and it makes the whole area absolutely poisonous. I strongly support Nishidanis suggestion: let people have, say, 500 non-I/P edits before they can edit anything in the I/P area. It will not stop the dedicated sock, but at least we can avoid all those throw-away socks, presently 13 to the dozen. Huldra (talk) 22:51, 18 August 2015 (UTC)

    Best of Huldra’s discussions

    On Huldra’s personal discussion page, an editor approached Huldra to clarify that Huldra had wrongly (some would say purposely) written that kibbutz Givat Oz was built on the ruins of an Araba village, Khirbat Zalafa. The problem was, as the editor noted, that Khirbet Zalafa is 24 kilometers away from Givat Oz. The editor then asked if Huldra would remove the factually inaccurate statement and Huldra refused, stating that the historian that she took the information from is considered a reliable source.  

    Huldra’s Wikipedia information