While chaos and conflict continue to devastate the Middle East, one hummus cafe is looking to mend divides and come together as one.
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Humus Bar, in the Israeli city of Kfar Vitkin, is currently offering a fifty percent off discount on hummus dishes to Arabs and Jews who come together to dine in peace.
%shareLinks-quote="If there's anything that can bring together these people, it's hummus." type="quote" author="Kobi Tzafrir " authordesc="The Times of Israel " isquoteoftheday="false"%
According to Al Jazeera, "since the restaurant began offering the deal on Oct. 13, manager Kobi Tzafri said it has been a success, and the restaurant served three tables with Arabs and Jews on the first day alone."
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In a Facebook post translated from Hebrew to English by The Independent reads:
%shareLinks-quote="Scared of Arabs? Scared of Jews? With us there are no Arabs, but also no Jews. With us there are people! And genuine excellent Arabic hummus! And Jewish, excellent praiseworthy falafel with free refill on every hummus, whether you're Arabs, Jews, Christians or Indians." type="quote" author="Facebook post" authordesc="The Independent" isquoteoftheday="false"%
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