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ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/REFUGEES
RTS2UTSO 
December 13, 2019 
Palestinian waiters prepare Falafel and Hummus plates for customers of Afteem restaurant, owned by Palestinian... 
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian waiters prepare Falafel and Hummus plates for customers of Afteem restaurant, owned by Palestinian... 
Palestinian waiters prepare Falafel and Hummus plates for customers of Afteem restaurant, owned by Palestinian man George Salameh, in Bethlehem, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, November 7, 2019. Picture taken November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/REFUGEES
RTS2UTSK 
December 13, 2019 
Tourists have Falafel and Hummus inside Afteem restaurant, which is owned by Palestinian man George Salameh,... 
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories 
Tourists have Falafel and Hummus inside Afteem restaurant, which is owned by Palestinian man George Salameh,... 
Tourists have Falafel and Hummus inside Afteem restaurant, which is owned by Palestinian man George Salameh, in Bethlehem, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, November 7, 2019. Picture taken November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/REFUGEES
RTS2UTSF 
December 13, 2019 
Palestinian man George Salameh, 59, owner of Afteem restaurant, carries a plate of Hummus as he works... 
Bethlehem, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian man George Salameh, 59, owner of Afteem restaurant, carries a plate of Hummus as he works... 
Palestinian man George Salameh, 59, owner of Afteem restaurant, carries a plate of Hummus as he works at his restaurant in Bethlehem, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, November 7, 2019. Picture taken November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma 
SAFRICA-BUGFOOD/
RTS2OZ8V 
September 03, 2019 
Chef Mario Barnard places coriander on croquettes made with Hermetia illucens (Black soldier fly larvae)... 
Cape Town, South Africa 
Chef Mario Barnard places coriander on croquettes made with Hermetia illucens (Black soldier fly larvae)... 
Chef Mario Barnard places coriander on croquettes made with Hermetia illucens (Black soldier fly larvae) flour and chickpea flour served on a bed of mopane worm tahini hummus at the Insect Experience Restaurant in Cape Town, South Africa, August 23, 2019. Picture taken August 23, 2019. REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham 
PALESTINIANS-FOOD/TRADITIONAL
RTS1D99C 
August 25, 2017 
Chickpea-based hummus and falafel at the famed Abu Shukri restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City August 20,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Chickpea-based hummus and falafel at the famed Abu Shukri restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City 
Chickpea-based hummus and falafel at the famed Abu Shukri restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City August 20, 2017. Picture taken August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
WHOLE FOODS-M-A/AMAZON
RTS17ECF 
June 16, 2017 
Hummus for sale is pictured inside a Whole Foods Market in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Hummus for sale is pictured inside a Whole Foods Market in the Manhattan borough of New York City 
Hummus for sale is pictured inside a Whole Foods Market in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S. June 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri 
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TUA4 
October 29, 2015 
Tourists visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Tourists visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City
Tourists visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU9B 
October 29, 2015 
Tourists pray inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Tourists pray inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City
Tourists pray inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU8A 
October 29, 2015 
A Palestinian youth stands at the entrance to Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A Palestinian youth stands at the entrance to Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City 
A Palestinian youth stands at the entrance to Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU89 
October 29, 2015 
An Israeli border policewoman stands guard near Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
An Israeli border policewoman stands guard near Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City... 
An Israeli border policewoman stands guard near Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM
RTX1TU7N 
October 29, 2015 
Israeli border policemen patrol the Via Dolorosa street in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israeli border policemen patrol the Via Dolorosa street in Jerusalem's Old City
Israeli border policemen patrol the Via Dolorosa street in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU7M 
October 29, 2015 
A Palestinian vendor stands near the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A Palestinian vendor stands near the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City
A Palestinian vendor stands near the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU7L 
October 29, 2015 
Tourists visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Tourists visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City
Tourists visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU7E 
October 29, 2015 
A Palestinian vendor sits outside his shop in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A Palestinian vendor sits outside his shop in Jerusalem's Old City
A Palestinian vendor sits outside his shop in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on Oct. 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/JERUSALEM
RTX1TU7C 
October 29, 2015 
A Palestinian woman walks past Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015.... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
A Palestinian woman walks past Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City
A Palestinian woman walks past Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant in Jerusalem's Old City October 29, 2015. A month ago, you couldn't get a table in Abu Shukri's hummus restaurant. Tucked in a backstreet of the Old City, off the Via Dolorosa, the place has long been regarded as the best hummus joint in the Holy Land. But on October 2, yards from Abu Shukri's front door, a Palestinian law student stabbed and killed two Israelis, one of the first attacks in a wave of violence that has left 11 Israelis and 61 Palestinians, including 34 assailants, dead. To match ISRAELI-PALESTINIANS-JERUSALEM REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun
USA-AGRICULTURE-MONSANTO
RTR42TJN 
August 18, 2014 
A bushel of soybeans are shown on display in the Monsanto research facility in Creve Coeur, Missouri,... 
CREVE COEUR, UNITED STATES 
A bushel of soybeans are shown on display in the Monsanto research facility in Creve Coeur 
A bushel of soybeans are shown on display in the Monsanto research facility in Creve Coeur, Missouri, July 28, 2014. Monsanto engineers designed a chipper to shave a tiny tissue sample off a seed to analyze the seed's genetics. If the sample is positive for desirable genetic traits, the seed is still viable so a breeder can plant it in a field test and use it in the breeding process to create more seeds of its kind. Picture taken July 28, 2014. 20 of 25 Monsanto Stand Alone Picture Package. REUTERS/Tom Gannam (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE) 
MIDEAST-GAZA/SHELTERS
RTR41C80 
August 05, 2014 
An Israeli spreads hummus on a slice of bread in a public bomb shelter in the southern city of Ashkelon... 
Ashkelon, Israel 
An Israeli spreads hummus on a slice of bread in a public bomb shelter in the southern city of Ashkelon... 
An Israeli spreads hummus on a slice of bread in a public bomb shelter in the southern city of Ashkelon August 4, 2014. In Israeli southern communities hit by daily rocket and mortar bomb attacks from the Gaza Strip, some residents remained in their shelters, waiting tensely to see if a 72-hour Egyptian-brokered ceasefire that went into effect on Tuesday would hold. In Gaza, Palestinians who sheltered in U.N.-run schools began returning to towns and villages to examine the widespread damage from four weeks of fierce fighting. Picture taken August 4, 2014. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY CONFLICT)

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ISRAEL/
RTXVTM0 
December 17, 2010 
Hassan Mohammad, one of the three Sudanese refugee owners of "Hummus Gan Eden" (Paradise Hummus) drinks... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Mohammad, one of the three Sudanese refugee owners, drinks tea at his restaurant in Tel Aviv 
Hassan Mohammad, one of the three Sudanese refugee owners of "Hummus Gan Eden" (Paradise Hummus) drinks tea at his restaurant in Tel Aviv December 16, 2010. Mohammed is one of several hundred Sudanese who gained permanent residency status in Israel. The Israeli government says that over 35,000 migrants, most from Sudan and Eritrea, have entered the state illegally through its porous border with Egypt over the past few years. Photo taken December 16, 2010. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS) 
LEBANON/
RTR2DMP4 
May 08, 2010 
Chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Ain Saadeh, northeast of Beirut May 8, 2010, during an attempt... 
AIN SAADEH, Lebanon 
Chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Ain Saadeh, northeast of Beirut 
Chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Ain Saadeh, northeast of Beirut May 8, 2010, during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in the world. The hummus dish, weighing more than 10,452 kg ,which corresponds approximately to the total area of Lebanon (10, 452 sq. km), was prepared with 7 tons of boiled chickpeas and 2 tons of tahini and 700 kilos of olive oil. The organisers claimed world records for the quantity of hummus produced and the size of the clay plate. REUTERS/ Cynthia Karam (LEBANON - Tags: SOCIETY) 
LEBANON/
RTR2DMMX 
May 08, 2010 
Jack Brockbank, a Guiness World Records representative, looks at Lebanese chefs pouring hummus into a... 
AIN SAADEH, Lebanon 
Jack Brockbank, a Guiness World Records representative, looks at Lebanese chefs pouring hummus into a... 
Jack Brockbank, a Guiness World Records representative, looks at Lebanese chefs pouring hummus into a gigantic dish in Ain Saadeh, northeast of Beirut May 8, 2010, during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in the world. The hummus dish, weighing more than 10,452 kg ,which corresponds approximately to the total area of Lebanon (10, 452 sq. km), was prepared with 7 tons of boiled chickpeas and 2 tons of tahini and 700 kilos of olive oil. The organisers claimed to have broken world records for the quantity of hummus produced and the size of the clay plate. REUTERS/ Cynthia Karam (LEBANON - Tags: SOCIETY) 
LEBANON/
RTR2DMMR 
May 08, 2010 
People look at an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest plate of hummus in the... 
AIN SAADEH, Lebanon 
People look at an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest plate of hummus in the... 
People look at an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest plate of hummus in the world in Ain Saaddeh, northeast of Beirut May 8, 2010. The hummus dish, weighing more than 10,452 kg, which corresponds approximately to the total area of Lebanon (10, 452 sq km), was prepared with 7 tons of boiled chickpeas, 2 tons of tahini and 700 kg of olive oil. The organisers claimed a second world record for the size of the clay plate. REUTERS/ Cynthia Karam (LEBANON - Tags: SOCIETY) 
LEBANON/
RTR2DMMP 
May 08, 2010 
People look at an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest plate of hummus in the... 
AIN SAADEH, Lebanon 
People look at an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest plate of hummus in the... 
People look at an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest plate of hummus in the world in Ain Saaddeh, northeast of Beirut May 8, 2010. The hummus dish, weighing more than 10,452 kg, which corresponds approximately to the total area of Lebanon (10, 452 sq km), was prepared with 7 tons of boiled chickpeas, 2 tons of tahini and 700 kg of olive oil. The organisers claimed a second world record for the size of the clay plate. REUTERS/ Cynthia Karam (LEBANON - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR28O0K 
January 08, 2010 
People stand around a large dish filled with hummus, a chickpea dip, in the Arab-Israeli town of Abu... 
Abu Gosh, Israel 
People stand around a large dish filled with hummus in Abu Gosh 
People stand around a large dish filled with hummus, a chickpea dip, in the Arab-Israeli town of Abu Gosh January 8, 2010. A restaurant in the town, located near Jerusalem, broke a Guinness World record on Friday for the largest serving of hummus. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR28O0I 
January 08, 2010 
People stand around a large dish filled with hummus, a chickpea dip, in the Arab-Israeli town of Abu... 
Abu Gosh, Israel 
People stand around a large dish filled with hummus in Abu Gosh 
People stand around a large dish filled with hummus, a chickpea dip, in the Arab-Israeli town of Abu Gosh January 8, 2010. A restaurant in the town, located near Jerusalem, broke a Guinness World record on Friday for the largest serving of hummus. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY) 
LEBANON
RTXPYVP 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese chefs prepare hummus to be poured into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese chefs prepare hummus to be poured into a gigantic dish in Beirut 
Lebanese chefs prepare hummus to be poured into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in the world, October 24, 2009. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD) 
LEBANON
RTXPYVO 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese chefs prepare hummus to be poured into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese chefs prepare hummus to be poured into a gigantic dish in Beirut 
Lebanese chefs prepare hummus to be poured into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in the world, October 24, 2009. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD) 
LEBANON/
RTXPYVN 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese chefs celebrate entering the Guinness Book of Records in Beirut October 24, 2009 after producing... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese chefs celebrate entering the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus... 
Lebanese chefs celebrate entering the Guinness Book of Records in Beirut October 24, 2009 after producing what they believe to be the biggest plate of hummus in the world. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD) 
LEBANON
RTXPYVK 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Beirut 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in the world, October 24, 2009. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD) 
LEBANON
RTXPYVA 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Beirut 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a gigantic dish in Beirut during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in the world, October 24, 2009. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/ Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD) 
LEBANON/
RTXPYV1 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a large dish in Beirut October 24, 2009 during an attempt to enter the... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a large dish in Beirut 
Lebanese chefs pour hummus into a large dish in Beirut October 24, 2009 during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of Records for producing what they believe to be the biggest plate of hummus in the world. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
LEBANON/
RTXPYUX 
October 24, 2009 
Lebanese celebrate entering the Guinness Book of Records in Beirut October 24, 2009 after producing what... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
Lebanese celebrate entering the Guinness Book of Records for producing the biggest plate of hummus in... 
Lebanese celebrate entering the Guinness Book of Records in Beirut October 24, 2009 after producing what they believe to be the biggest plate of hummus in the world. The dish, weighing 2,056 kg, was filled with 1,350 kg of the chickpea-based dish. The organisers claimed world records for both the size of the dish and the quantity of hummus produced. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON SOCIETY FOOD) 
LEBANON-ISRAEL/FOOD
RTX9DBB 
October 09, 2008 
A Lebanese chef fries falafel at a restaurant in Beirut October 7, 2008. Lebanese food makers aim to... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A Lebanese chef fries falafel at a restaurant in Beirut 
A Lebanese chef fries falafel at a restaurant in Beirut October 7, 2008. Lebanese food makers aim to prove that dishes including hummus originated in their country in a campaign to stop Israeli manufacturers from using the names to market the same foods. Picture taken October 7, 2008. REUTERS/Cynthia Karam (LEBANON) 
LEBANON-ISRAEL/FOOD
RTX9DB5 
October 09, 2008 
A Lebanese man eats a falafel sandwich at a restaurant in Beirut October 8, 2008. Lebanese food makers... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A Lebanese man eats a falafel sandwich at a restaurant in Beirut 
A Lebanese man eats a falafel sandwich at a restaurant in Beirut October 8, 2008. Lebanese food makers aim to prove that dishes including hummus originated in their country in a campaign to stop Israeli manufacturers from using the names to market the same foods. Picture taken October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Cynthia Karam (LEBANON) 
LEBANON-ISRAEL/FOOD
RTX9DAI 
October 09, 2008 
A Lebanese woman eats hummus and tabbouleh at a restaurant in Beirut October 8, 2008. Lebanese food makers... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A Lebanese woman eats hummus and tabbouleh at a restaurant in Beirut 
A Lebanese woman eats hummus and tabbouleh at a restaurant in Beirut October 8, 2008. Lebanese food makers aim to prove that dishes including hummus originated in their country in a campaign to stop Israeli manufacturers from using the names to market the same foods. Picture taken October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Cynthia Karam (LEBANON) 
LEBANON-ISRAEL/FOOD
RTX9DAA 
October 09, 2008 
A Lebanese chef pours olive oil on a hummus dish at a restaurant in Beirut October 8, 2008. Lebanese... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A Lebanese chef pours olive oil on a hummus dish at a restaurant in Beirut 
A Lebanese chef pours olive oil on a hummus dish at a restaurant in Beirut October 8, 2008. Lebanese food makers aim to prove that dishes including hummus originated in their country in a campaign to stop Israeli manufacturers from using the names to market the same foods. Picture taken October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Cynthia Karam (LEBANON) 
ISRAEL/
RTR207M4 
May 05, 2008 
People stand around a large plate of hummus in Jerusalem May 5, 2008. In an attempt to break the Guinness... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
People stand around large plate of hummus in Jerusalem 
People stand around a large plate of hummus in Jerusalem May 5, 2008. In an attempt to break the Guinness Book of world records for the largest plate of hummus, the plate of hummus measuring about 4 metres (13 feet) in diameter was displayed on Monday at a fruit and vegetable market in Jerusalem. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM) 
MIDEAST
RTXO3H8 
December 27, 2005 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near... 
Abu Gosh, WEST BANK 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, n..... 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste, hummus, at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. 
MIDEAST
RTR1BM3S 
December 27, 2005 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near... 
Abu Gosh 
Children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste, hummus, at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
MIDEAST
RTR1BLJL 
December 27, 2005 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children learn to make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu... 
Abu Gosh 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children learn to make hummus during a cooking workshop in Abu Gosh 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children learn to make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste hummus at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
MIDEAST
RTR1BLJH 
December 27, 2005 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near... 
Abu Gosh 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in Abu Gosh 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste hummus at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun 
MIDEAST
RTR1BLJC 
December 27, 2005 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near... 
Abu Gosh 
Children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh 
Jewish and Arab Israeli children make hummus during a cooking workshop in the village of Abu Gosh, near Jerusalem, December 27, 2005. Jewish and Arab Israeli children joined hands and turned chickpeas into the famous paste, hummus, at a local Middle Eastern delicatessen. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun PP05120246 
RAMADAN IN GAZA
RTRTDRW 
December 16, 1999 
Palestinian child holds two dishes of hummus, traditional for Ramadan, in Gaza December 16. Moslems began... 
Gaza Strip, Israel - State of 
PALESTINIAN CHILD CARRIES TWO DISHES OF HUMMUS FOR RAMADAN. 
Palestinian child holds two dishes of hummus, traditional for Ramadan, in Gaza December 16. Moslems began fasting last Thursday and will celebrate the end of the period with Eid al-Fitr celebrations on January 8 or 9 depending on the sighting of the new moon.

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