Resisting Israeli efforts to rebrand Palestinian indigenous culture as its own is part of resisting ethnic cleansing and erasure. Read more about Why sahlab (and hummus) still aren't "Israeli"
Is hummus an “Israeli” food? For US campaign purposes, it seems so. Read more about Did you know? Obama eats hummus and other typical “Israeli” foods in the White House
Zionism’s cultural appropriation of indigenous Palestinian folklore and cuisine – such as hummus, falafel and maftoul – as “Israeli” has long irked Palestinians. Now, Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank are attempting to steal perhaps the most important symbol and source of economic sustenance for rural Palestinians: olive oil and olive culture. Read more about Hummus and falafel are already "Israeli." Now they're coming for Palestine's olive oil too
After a year-long campaign by DePaul’s Students for Justice in Palestine against Sabra hummus products from the dining halls, the university has quietly introduced alternative brands from which students can choose according to their ethics. Read more about Ethical alternatives to Sabra hummus now at DePaul University