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I wasn't able to find an editing policy on edits and images that incite to crime. For example, [https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fuoco_ai_CIE_graffiti_in_Turin.jpg this image] inciting people to set fire to refugee centers was added to several pages of Wikimedia Foundation projects including https://nl.wikinews.org/wiki/Categorie:Migratie_en_Itali%C3%AB without any apparent reason other than to promote hate and crime against refugees. I can imagine that it could even be put back in an article such as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_detention if that already had a discusson of hatred and violence against refugees and already had other images showing immigration detention or reception centers themselves, not just a completely random incendiary message on some wall about these centers. --[[Gebruiker:Espoo|Espoo]] ([[Overleg gebruiker:Espoo|overleg]]) 15 sep 2019 13:49 (CEST)
:You are free to nominate the image for deletion on Commons if you think it shouldn't belong there. Actually the purpose of using the image is just the opposite, i.e. to denounce such kind of incitement to violence. ([[gebruiker:Ymnes]], it was you started this new category last year. Do you agree with Espoo's argument that the image is inappropriate because it would promote violence against immigrants? [[Gebruiker:De Wikischim|De Wikischim]] ([[Overleg gebruiker:De Wikischim|overleg]]) 15 sep 2019 14:13 (CEST)
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