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Dr. Freada Kapor Klein and Dr. Orly Taitz hereby asked to opine if appropriate for President Barack Obama to meet and dine with Yityish Aynaw — first Black Miss Israel [TLR Note: please discuss 1. Do you believe Obama chose Yityish Aynaw solely because she is African-Israeli ? In other words, had she been an immigrant from Moldova, would Obama express the same level of enthusiasm? 2. Do you think it is politically incorrect for the president of the United States to encourage beauty pageants where women are judged and get rewarded for their look ? ]

Barack Obama and Yityish Aynaw

An advance party of White House officials insisted on inviting Yityish Aynaw, 22, to next Thursday’s gala dinner hosted by Shimon Peres, Israel’s president, after hearing how she became the first Israeli of Ethiopian origin to win the country’s premier beauty queen contest last month.

Her presence among 120 guests who will also include Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, Lt General Benny Gantz, the army chief of staff, and Rueven Rivlin, the Knesset speaker puts her ahead of many more august figures who have failed amid a desperate clamour to secure invites.

The mass circulation Yedioth Ahronot newspaper reported that Ms Aynaw – who emigrated to Israel from Ethiopia with her Jewish grandparents after the death of her mother when she was 12 – would have the chance to exchange pleasantries with the president.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/barackobama/9927119/Barack-Obama-to-dine-with-first-black-Miss-Israel.html

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