The End - 2000 to 2009

Hummus can be very dangerous to Israelis. They are afraid of its killer taste.

A West Bank checkpoint managed by a private security company is not allowing Palestinians to pass through with large water bottles and some food items, Haaretz has learned.

The security company also dictates the quantity of items allowed: Five pitas, one container of hummus and canned tuna, one small bottle or can of beverage, one or two slices of cheese, a few spoonfuls of sugar, and 5 to 10 olives. Workers are also not allowed to carry cooking utensils and work tools.

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May God bring justice to the innocent people under an oppressive regime unchecked by “Free and Democratic” world.


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  • 3 Responses for "Olives, Hummus, Pita and some Cheese are a threat to the Security of Israel"

    1. Saff Al Islam June 29th, 2009 at 4:40 pm

      Ameen to the du3ah….
      this is sick… its just another thing to try to humiliate the Palestinians…..
      May Allah azza wa jal allow this giant of an Ummah wake up and take control of the situation.

    2. David June 29th, 2009 at 10:55 pm

      I hope the actual Israeli government puts an end to that private security company. I doubt that will happen though. It should be embarrassing to everyone. Humiliating Palestinians and embarrassing to any Israeli and/or Jewish person with some common sense. Most of my friends think it is ridiculous and wish that the more humane organizations could have helped manage things over there and settle everyone’s tempers. Too bad they never got enough support during all the years after the wars when the Israeli government’s main interest was and is the continuation of excessively defensive and aggressive behavior.

    3. Chris December 17th, 2009 at 6:59 am

      woaw, they aren’t shy to show their craziness.
      As if 10 olives is enough for a baby nonetheless a teenager.
      May Allah Guide us all

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