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;
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.