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- Whats wrong: Grabbing photographs from the internet does not allow you to upload this photos to your own flickr account and claim, that the photographer is "PrinceMasr" and that the PrinceMasr, the copyright holder, you, is so nice that he allows anyone to reuse the image anywhere, worldwide, for money making purposes as long as "PrinceMasr" is attributed. Thats nonsense, thats false author claim, blatant copyright infringement, stealing from the original copyright holder, plagiarism from other source. Call it like you want.
- Capolinho is a user interested in Mona Zaki, Laila Elwy, other egyptian actresses, egyptian religion and culture. The user is also uploading unfree files, also with false author claims. The user edits from the same computer like you.... The only difference between your two account is that Capolinho is not blocked because I hope that he will finaly learn his lesson not to abuse this project for illegal image uploading. --Martin H. (talk) 22:57, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
Martin, I think you are about to insult me. I don't know PrinceMasr account and if this is your problem, I may select photos from other accounts. As for this picture, I think it is not published officially to say it is a " blatant copyright infringement, stolen from the original copyright holder, and plagiarism", I link the page from the source that I get it from, if you want me to link it to facebook, you may tell me. I don't know that the same picture is on facebook. Concerning the Egyptian actresses, I believe their popularity in the Middle East allows everybody to improve their pages in Wikipedia (not just me). By the way, I am not talking from my personal computer so it is not unusual to find other users having the same IP.
- You are operating the flickr account PrinceMasr, dont make any more false claims here. I saw the image of Zaki, looked at the flickr account and it had 2 images, I looked again 10 minutes later and surprise it had three images, I looked here one minute later and surprise, you launderer the image to Wikimedia Commons. Coincidence? No. This is abuse of both projects, flickr and Wikimedia Commons. I dont know what sense it makes to forward files with false phtographer claims to Wikipedia, it is not what we are looking for. "I don't know PrinceMasr", I see no ground here for talking with you, thats not the truth. --Martin H. (talk) 01:46, 20 November 2010 (UTC)