Hamas vs hummus: What’s the difference?

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August 28, 2014 20:12

26-year-old American lone soldier builds on viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, launches own awareness campaign, of Hamas vs Humous.




Humous

Humous. (photo credit:REUTERS)

Despite the similar sounding names, if there was any confusion about Hamas – a terrorist organization that threatens the lives of both Palestinians and Israelis – being bad, and hummus – the pureed chickpea spread – being good, American Corey Feldman wants to clear it up.

The 26-year-old lone soldier, building on the popularity of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, wanted to make his own awareness campaign, that of Hamas vs Hummus.

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