We thought it was bad when ultra-liberal Oberlin College made the news when students complained some of the culturally appropriated food in the cafeteria was “disrespectful.”
“The traditional Banh Mi Vietnamese sandwich that Stevenson Dining Hall promised turned out to be a cheap imitation of the East Asian dish,” the Oberlin Review reported. “Instead of a crispy baguette with grilled pork, pate, pickled vegetables and fresh herbs, the sandwich used ciabatta bread, pulled pork and coleslaw.” Can you believe the disrespect?
Now hummus — Sabra brand hummus in particular — is making waves at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, because it’s made in Israel.
Somehow, this is not parody…
Student government votes to ban Israeli hummus on campus, to be more 'inclusive.'https://t.co/JvR8FPIoir
— Cabot Phillips (@cabot_phillips) January 13, 2020
Allison Jones writes at Campus Reform:
Late last year, the student senate at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania passed a ban against Sabra Hummus on campus as part of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement against Israeli products.
In the student resolution titled “A Resolution To Endorse the Banning of Sabra Hummus from the Devil’s Den” students moved to cease the sale of Sabra Hummus on campus once the existing product sold out. The students argued that such a ban would follow the “College’s commitment to sustainability and inclusivity.”
“Sabra Hummus is a brand partially owned by the Strauss Group, which is a company that financially and morally supports the Golani and Givati bridge of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF),” stated the resolution.
“These brigades of the IDF commit human rights abuses against Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza and the support of Sabra products helps the Strauss Group support the Israeli Defence Force brigade which maintains a cycle of oppression for Palestinian people in violation of international law,” it continued.
Fortunately, this was only the student senate talking, and Dickinson has come out in opposition to the resolution.
Heroes one and all ?♂️
— Emm Gee (@Emm_Gee42) January 13, 2020
Guess it's time for the riots to begin
— CASACarl (@TheRealCASACarl) January 13, 2020
How is "banning" and "inclusive" even used in the same sentence? ?
— David Finley (@DavidFi93505687) January 13, 2020
Banning things to be “more inclusive” pic.twitter.com/3z5wvlm0w9
— Independent Mark (@malavemark) January 13, 2020
Looks like the word “inclusive” can be whatever a Leftist radical wants it to mean.
— Jay (@mjbj731) January 13, 2020
Inclusion by exclusion. An idea so crazy it just might definitely won’t work!
— crownrockNYC (@PetarMiskovic) January 13, 2020
So being diverse and inclusive really means cancel everything. Got it.?
— Arthur Puccini (@DesertMonkey4) January 13, 2020
So now eliminating things is more inclusive. The mindset is not just hypocritical now it's just plain backwards.
— Mohican_Son (@M0hican69) January 13, 2020
— Mike Fresh (@46_Mike) January 13, 2020
Excluding, to be inclusive. You just know that they're fans of positive discrimination too. That's plain old fashioned discrimination dressed up to be acceptable to an ideology, in case you were wondering.
— Steve N (@SNav62) January 13, 2020
They're paying for their education… Get a refund.
— Roberto E. Ramirez (@RobertoERamire3) January 13, 2020
Put another campus on the list.
— SimpleKindofMan (@SeabassSaid) January 13, 2020
— Jason H23 (@Jason_H23) January 13, 2020
@haaretzcom Look at this foolishness! I can't wait until I get home to overdose on some Israeli hummus! The best in the world!!
— Humble Righteous Truther ?? (@RighteousHumble) January 13, 2020
I've banned it too
But only because it sucks
— gAnnZ (@Gannz8) January 13, 2020
There is no need to just ban Israeli hummus. Ban all hummus.
— Thebearjew (@pudding_where) January 13, 2020
— Sergio Magafornia (@Red1Echo) January 13, 2020
Does anyone think this hummus tastes Zionist?
— The Big Esh (@thebigesh) January 13, 2020
Does Hamas make a hummus?
— New Quds Revered Leader (@CoachV79) January 13, 2020
Rep. Ilhan Omar explains how sanctions against Israel are ‘very different’ from sanctions against Iran https://t.co/CyzhvLwS8R
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 10, 2020