Hummus: they love it in Israel, so shouldn't it be in Category: Israeli cuisine?
If you want to add a "lame edit war" to this page, keep the following in mind: Was Chopin Polish, French, Polish–French, or French–Polish? Edit wars continued back and forth, and at one point the article even read "U2 are an Irish and British rock band" (which didn't last very long). (At least for now.) Is she Canadian or Portuguese-Canadian?
Multiple back and forth about whether the local nickname for the building is the bat building or the B. Edit war about whether the alternative name Lerin is Macedonian, Bulgarian or South Slavic (which covers both Macedonian and Bulgarian). Thankfully, none of the modern day warriors on this topic have access to real weapons (we hope!
Who first donned a frilly skirt and threatened to kill anyone who questioned his manhood over it? ) Is Niko Bellic (the main character) Serbian, Slovak, Bosnian, Croatian, Russian, or from some unnamed Eastern European country?
The use of "Polish-born" is branded as a racist slur. He is considered by both Hungarians and Slovaks to be the unsung father of the dynamo and electric motor. If Copernicus were around today, he might have suggested that he would be satisfied to be remembered as an astronomer, but we will never know. He eventually became a naturalized citizen of the US. Apparently, she was born to Portuguese parents and has released albums in Portuguese, but "she was born, lives, and works in Canada". Much like reality television, this could get nasty.
There is spirited debate about whether the citing of a passage of law is considered original research, tantamount to "dropping Mentos into a bottle of Pepsi to see if it will explode." Can you emigrate from a country of which you are not a citizen? But what was his true ethnicity, Hungarian or Slovak? You'd be surprised how many people get this annoyed, to the point that it is still a hotly contested item over there. Oh, and this one, like all the others, had its share of random vandals, people leaving unmarked anonymous insults, and gnashing of teeth. Was he born in Scotland, (or Great Scotland) the UK, or Great Britain?