Wikipedia editors love fighting about Israel and the Holocaust

This is too perfect/predictable. Researchers have concluded that the most fought over page in Wikipedia is… Israel.

And if that wasn’t enough, two more Jewish-related pages took the silver and bronze — Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust. (I guess you could count #4 as a Jewy one too, but God really belongs to all of us.)

All that said, the English edition doesn’t seem to have such a big Jewish hang-up. In fact, none of those pages showed up on the English Top 10, while Muhammad, Jesus and Christianity did break through. Circumcision did finish #6.

But enough with all of that. Coolest result: “World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. employees” finished #4 on the English list, behind George W. Bush, Anarchism and Muhammad.

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Ami Eden is JTA’s CEO and editor in chief, responsible for overseeing all aspects of the agency’s operations, including editorial, business, marketing and fundraising. Before joining JTA in the summer of 2007, he served as executive editor of the Forward newspaper and the founding editor of the Jewish Daily Forward Web site. He also worked as an editor of the Jewish Exponent in Philadelphia.