The solution to ending anti-Semitism
It took a Solomon-esque type solution for Israel to finally be accepted into the exclusive old-boys club, known at the International Red Cross.
What was it that led to Israel's finally being admitted into the International Red Cross after 60 years of exclusion?
All Israel had to do was agree to replace its Jewish Star of David with a neutral, less offensive, red diamond emblem. Once Israel showed a willingness to take this step, the world was all too happy to accept Israel with open arms.
Now let's see how this solution can be used to help alleviate anti-Semitism and discrimination against the Jewish State and Jewish People around the world.
Yediot Achronot reports Muslims offended by 'Jewish' cookies:
A group of Danish Muslims is refusing to eat traditional “Jewish” cookies because they feel offended by the name.
According to the daily Danish newspaper B.T., Ole Poulsen, head of the public food consumer department said that the Muslim refusal to buy the cookies could have an effect on sales.
"If this will be the case, then we would be obliged to do something about it," he declared.
I have just the idea, why not rename the cookies "Diamond Cookies", and maybe even shape them as diamonds? I am sure, that if this were done, the Muslims would drop their opposition to the cookies immediately.
There has also been discussion amongst some in Israel regarding changing Israel's national flag, which is also a Star of David, as Israel's non-Jewish (Arab) citizens can't identify with the emblem.
Why not replace the Start of David on the national flag with a blue diamond?
I have no doubt that it would go a long way towards making Israel's non-Jewish citizens and residents feel more at home, and would be seen as a step in the right direction in the eyes of the world.