Just look at this, Israel can't even have its hummus without the "Palestinian" propagandists having their say (and winning because they have the numbers in their favor):
The adoption of hummus as an Israeli Jewish dish is described by [[Joseph Massad]] as "cultural theft" and "appropriation" of what was traditionally a "Palestinian and [[Levant|Levantine]] Arab" dish.Afzal-Khan et al, 2000, p. 337. The authors of the ''New York Times Jewish Cookbook'' (2003), when discussing hummus and [[falafel]] note that they are "certainly not Israeli", but are rather Israeli adaptations of local [[Arab cuisine]].Amster and Sheraton, 2003, p. 640.If this the type of thing happening on an article about "hummus" one can only imagine what happens on the important articles about the conflict on Wikipedia! For example, Hezbollah and Hamas are barely considered terrorist organizations, according to Wikipedia. The suffering of Arabs is highlighted in nearly every article about the conflict, while the crimes of Islamic terrorism are minimized and rationalized. It seems to us that Wikipedia is run and edited by a majority of extreme leftists, anti-Zionitsts, Arab propagandists, and antisemites.
- Dr. Deepak Chopra, Your Brain on Wikipedia, the Wikipedia Documentary and Israel
- Israel and Howard Roark
- Thanks to the paranoid antisemtic Wikipedia editors
- Biased Wikipedia: Quick to Criticize, Not So Quick to Improve
- On Wikipedia, there's politics even in the hummus!
- JIDF Guide to Wikipedia
- An example of how articles are ruined in Wikipedia
- SOLVED: The Great Wikipedia Antisemitic Vandalism Mystery