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Cheers!  [[User:George Swan|George Swan]] 17:52, 18 October 2007 (CDT)
 
Cheers!  [[User:George Swan|George Swan]] 17:52, 18 October 2007 (CDT)
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Welcome, George.  Please have a look at [[CZ:Article Mechanics]]--we would like to develop a ([[CZ:Neutrality Policy|neutral]], of course) narrative here, not just have a list of brief sections.  This means CZ will have fewer sections and lengthier, "meatier" sections.
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Your definition would seem to apply to ordinary prisoners of war, e.g., Al Qaeda militants captured and held in Iraq.  Is that the intention? --[[User:Larry Sanger|Larry Sanger]] 18:38, 18 October 2007 (CDT)

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 Definition The policy and practice of holding prisoners captive without judicial authority to do so, or without a recognized authority under international law, such capture of prisoners of war [d] [e]

While this article uses material that first appeared on the wikipedia, I was the author there too.

Cheers! George Swan 17:52, 18 October 2007 (CDT)

Welcome, George. Please have a look at CZ:Article Mechanics--we would like to develop a (neutral, of course) narrative here, not just have a list of brief sections. This means CZ will have fewer sections and lengthier, "meatier" sections.

Your definition would seem to apply to ordinary prisoners of war, e.g., Al Qaeda militants captured and held in Iraq. Is that the intention? --Larry Sanger 18:38, 18 October 2007 (CDT)