Munurin millum rættingarnar hjá "Kjak:Ísland"

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: Ifølge [https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ic.html CIA World Factbook], [http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Island norsk Wikipedia], [http://www.snl.no/Island Store Norske Leksikon] og nettversjonen av leksikonet [http://www.caplex.no/Web/ArticleView.aspx?id=9316461 CAPLEX] er det offisielle navnet ''Lýðveldið Ísland''. [[Brúkari:Niceley|Niceley]] 16. jan 2010 kl. 20:17 ([[UTC]])
:: My source quotes the government of Iceland ''verbatim'' and it says that your sources are incorrect. Now as you can see [[:no:Diskusjon:Island#Navn|here]], this is ''not'' a matter or "truth vs. verifiability", but rather this is a matter of contradicting sources, which means you have to evaluate the sources and their credibility, and once you agree that the Icelandic government's ''ipsissima verba'' has more credibility on this particular issue than a bunch of reference works, then you've conceded the whole argument. And of course you're going to agree to that, because it would be absurd to think that a couple of websites or reference works have more credibility as sources regarding the official name of the country than the country's own government. I'm changing this back and I expect a conclusive counter argument that addresses this point if you want to change this back. --[[Brúkari:Cessator|Cessator]] 16. jan 2010 kl. 21:18 (UTC)
 
: When in doubt, look at what en.wikipedia does and look at what is.wikipedia does. Otherwise if a cite realy is needed for the name of Iceland, an official webpage from the .is domain should suffice. It seems most probable that the name is ''Lýðveldið Ísland'', if you think this is incorrect go to the is.wikipedia page and correct it and see what they think. Best regards [[Brúkari:Quackor|<font size="+1"><span class="Unicode" style="font-family:{{Unicode fonts}}; font-family /**/:inherit;">&#x211A;</span></font>uackor]] 17. jan 2010 kl. 00:46 (UTC)
 
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