There has been an outcry in Las Vegas following a selfie taken by two competitors in the Miss Universe competition: Miss Israel and Miss Iraq.
Miss Israel Adar Gandelsman and Miss Iraq Sarah Idan are not thought to be among the front runners to win the competition and the selfie has been described as 'no oil painting'. Yet the controversy has been about the two of them appearing together, not because it has made the picture doubly hideous, but because both Arabs and Jews have said that the one and the other is standing with a terrorist.
We at the Dairy Male, however, find this both anti-Semitic and Islamophobic and we say that both should be equally proud of their peoples' long tradition of terrorist atrocities.
But not everyone shared these negative feelings. Former model and TV personality Claudia Schicksa said, 'This brings hope, peace and unity', while former First Lady Michael Bonobo said, 'This brings peace, hope and unity.'
President MacDonalds J Parp stated that both contestants needed grabbing by the pussy, before a quick conference with one of his aides, then adding, 'This brings unity, peace and hope.'
The selfie was one of a series, which are now in the hands of Mossad. Others allegedly reveal Miss Israel stealing Miss Iraq's purse and room key and Miss Iraq's home-made handbag bomb.