Israeli cafe offers 50% off meals for Jews and Arabs who eats together


    In a bid to foster peace
    and understanding in the unsettled region, an Israeli cafe bar revealed a
    bold new move on Facebook. Houmous restaurant situated close to
    disputed territory in Israel says they are offering 50% off to Arabs and
    Jews who dine together. In the post on Facebook, they wrote;

    “Scared of Arabs? Scared of Jews? By us we don’t have
    Arabs! But we also don’t have Jews… By us we’ve got human beings!”

    The cafe manager said Kobi Tzafrir says:

    “If there’s anything that can bring together these peoples, it’s houmous.”

    Religious sensitivities are taken into consideration, also kosher and
    halal meals are available.
    Houmous is a Middle Eastern delicacy made with cooked, mashed chickpeas
    blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.


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