Can't cut and paste articles from Wikipedia here, unless you are the ONLY author. Further, this "Muslim United Nations" article you created was deleted as well; it's false. Karajou (talk) 10:19, 24 February 2017 (EST)
In answer to what you left on my talk page, you need to understand a couple things about editing here. The first is the issue of posting things originally written on Wikipedia. You can do so, provided you are the sole and only author. To confirm that, you have to go into the edit history there to see if nobody else contributed; you may have created articles there, but that creation is out the window when you have dozens more individuals making their own contributions. What needs to happen with the articles you brought here is a do-over; you create entirely new articles from scratch.
The second is fake articles. This "Muslim United Nations" does not exist; there is no official evidence out there indicating that is does, and until there is this article cannot be created here. "Fake" means someone's lying, and we will not accept it. The closest we would have to a "Muslim United Nations" - and this is something you may want to expand - is the following:
- The Barbary States of Tangiers, Tunis, Tripoli, and Algiers
- The Ottoman Empire
- Arab nationalism, as postulated by Gamel Nasser and Muammar Gaddafi
- The so-called Islamic State (ISIS)
- Ok, thanks, I understand. I may edit that articles, but not the evil one ISIS. JusticeOfJustice (talk) 07:49, 26 February 2017 (EST)