AGAIN! Harvard University bows to Islamofascist pressure to remove ‘Arab’ food from Israeli buffet in dining hall

Lebanese grad student wages war against Israeli food ‘imperialism.’ You need no better example of the psychotic pathology of anti-Israeli Arabs, and the equally pathetic moral weakness of Harvard, than this story about a protest over an Israeli food buffet at Harvard Business School.

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Harvard ‘deeply troubled’ by row over Israeli buffet: The Harvard Business School is “deeply troubled” for having offended Arab sensibilities due to the mischaracterization of various foods appearing on the menu of the dining room’s Israeli Mezze Station, Brian Kenny, chief marketing & communications officer of the school, was quoted by Al-Arabiya English as saying Friday.

The controversy over the Israeli food station arose after Lebanese Harvard graduate Sara el-Yafi on October 28 posted to her Facebook page a letter of protest to the university describing the Israeli buffet’s menu as an affront to Arabs, as Hummus and Couscous, for example, are not of Israeli origin.

“That ‘Israeli Mezze Station’ is the ultimate multicultural, multireligious ‘f’-you in the face of ALL Arabs at once from North Africa to the Levant,” Yafi wrote. “Israel already has a hard time keeping face in the Arab world for the way it has ‘appropriated’ its lands since 1948, don’t make it worse for them by having them appropriate other peoples’ foods as well,” she added.

Other Muslim issues that Harvard takes seriously

Yafi also pointed out that Halloumi was in fact “Cypriot,” and therefore “until Cyprus becomes another conquered Israeli territory, Halloumi is considered NOT Israeli.” She concluded that at the very least the buffet should be renamed “Mediterranean Mezze Station.”

In response to Yafi’s Facebook protest, which as of Friday had garnered more than 4,500 “likes,” the Harvard Business School communications officer Brian Kenny reportedly said that “we are deeply troubled that we offended anybody by doing this buffet item, particularly considering that our reason for doing the international buffet each day is to celebrate cultural diversity.”

“We’ve been following the comments and the [Facebook] posts,” Kenny continued, which have “prompted us to have some extensive conversations here internally…to understand how this happened and to make sure that it doesn’t happen again.”

The delightful, Obama-supporting Sari el-Yafi’s Facebook page is here. You wonder why there never will be peace in the Middle East? The anti-Israeli food fascists are sick in the head.

I’m even more disgusted with Harvard than with the food fascists.  Just more proof that Bill Buckley, Jr. was right, Harvard cannot be trusted.





19 comments on “AGAIN! Harvard University bows to Islamofascist pressure to remove ‘Arab’ food from Israeli buffet in dining hall

  1. Its a new one on me ,That the parents of students that go to Hardvard have to pack enough nappies /daipers to last the students all term time , its when they run out thats the time they start moaning and carrying on like muslims. PHWW, POO.

  2. i laughed when i read that Arab sensibilities were offended by israeli dishes. the words may be arabic but chickpeas and semolina were never fully attributed to arabs since both were cooked in various ways 3 or 4 ,000 years ago

  3. Oh, and who is this stupid white woman pretending to be a Muslim? How DARE she steal the Arabs’ religious traditions!!

    What a HYPOCRITICAL ASSHAT. Perhaps Harvard needs to ban HER.

  4. I’m sorry, but I have to say it:

    FUCKING MUSLIMS! EVERYONE hates you, and this sort of DEMENTED BIGOTRY is why.


    Join the human race, or get lost!


  5. Dear BNI & BNI readers:

    Seriously? This Islamadoodle Harvard student doesn’t have anything better to do? Apparently, even brunch and lunch time has been politicized to stink of anti-Semitism and Jew Hatred. Where to begin? First- the history of the “art of cooking.” Yes, food preparation has a “history”, cuisine arts have a “past.” Sadly, even whats in thr ‘frig can have its history be appropriated by Islamadoodles.

    First let me tell you about “The Columbian Exchange” which as I, a Native American Indian can explain to el-Yafi. This term described how the New and Old Worlds met and the economic, cultural, cuisine, agricultural, scientific, business, trade and population exchanges that took place as a result. The agricultural and cuisine exchange would have an impact on the diet, health, life span and trade of Europe. Many foods- vetgetables, spices, grains, berries, nuts, fruits; etc, grown on American Indian farms and gardens for generations made it into recipes, kitchens and dining areas of Europe.

    Now, as a Native American Indian; when I sit down to an Italian cuisine meal (or that of other ethnicities or nationalities), I can notice that anything from the ingredients to the main course- had an Americas origin. American Indians taught Europeans how to cultivate, prepare and other things with certain foods and crops. What the Euopeans did after that was… (to use the Italians as an example again) DELICIOUS. In other words, I as an American Indian and other Native peoples around “Indian Country” (ie wherever American Indians live) WOULD NEVER CLAIM those recipes or prepared food dishes as “American Indian cuisine.” An Italian dish or French bistro platter is Italian or French regardless of its “American Indian origin ingredients.”

    Now, there is American Indian cuisine; and it varies in regard to tribal ethnicity. Some is more healthy (ie the more traditional foods) and then you have the more modern foods, like you’d get at a pow-wow. Which tend to have too much powdered sugar, cheese and cooking oil (but is definitely tasty and very bad for you). Also, if I put soy sauce on some of my pow-wow food (anyone having been to a pow-wow and knowing the types of foods served at one have just gone… “YUK!”) or lets say I put Olive Oil on it for seasoning…. GUESS WHAT is doesn’t make that American Indian food “Chinese” or “Greek.”

    Anti-Semitic muslim girl needs to get a clue. Israel is a daughter of the Mid-East and like any nation in the region has a legitimate claim to many of those dishes, especially when their is an “Israeli touch” in how they’re prepared. Also, Multi-racial and diverse cultural Israel; has Arabs from many lands within her borders.

    After all, there is no “Palestinian” ethnicity; it is an artificial construct. Egyptians, Saudis, Jordanians… even muslims from the former Yugoslavia had flooded the region of what is today Israel. Settling in the area to take advantage of the infrastructure, economy, medical care, prosperity, etc- DEVELOPED BY THE JEWISH ISRAELIS and PRE-1948 JEWISH “PALESTINE” POPULATION.

    THAT SAID, Israel has Arabs from many lands and has every right to include various arab dishes, desserts, spices, etc- in “Israeli cuisine.” Also, don’t forget that even if one thinks Jewish Israelis “stole” Arab food recipes, then the Israelis can still use those same Arab dishes for the following historical FACTS.

    Remember the hundreds of thousands of Jews in Arab lands who were forcefully expelled from Arab states in 1948. Keep in mind JEWS WERE IN THESE LANDS BEFORE THE ARRIVAL OF THE ISLAMIZATION TAKE OVER. So, if Arabic Jews lived in these areas, “their culture” included Arabic foods, which I’m sure they shared with the Arab Christians and other Arab Gentiles (ie Pagans) in the regions. When they (the Arabic Jews) landed in Israel any “cook lore” they had with them became Israeli by default. Sooo, if a Cypriot origin dish has now evolved to become Israeli fare… well fine.

    We live in a world where someone can have a Kosher meal at a Chinese restaurant; a vegetarian meal at a French Bistro, a “down home” southern USA deep fried meal with ingredients from lands all over the world; “soul food” with African origins… and I could go on.

    On to include something else. Bigoted Harvard girl needs to read up about “The Columbian Exchange” as I, an American Indian I have seen more than a few “American Indian origin” items end up in “Mid-East cuisine.” So, following Ms. Harvard bigot’s logic…. SHE HAS STOLEN ANOTHER CULTURE’S CUISINE LEGACY. So, what should she do to “repent?” Hhhmmmm?

    First, no Friday prayers for her… she needs to go to the local YMCA hall and go to a pow-wow. I know some traditional items she can use (which I’m sure she would consider “pagan”, but hey…. she needs to repent for her “food crime”). There are some traditonal items to wear… maybe something from the hide of a wild boar?
    Which yes, is a species of pig bigoted Harvard girl. Since this started out with food, lets have some tasty pow-wow treats from the concession stand… which being “modern” American Indian food items, I can 100% assure her it IS NOT HALAL certified. Oh, with her dance shawls, etc- she’ll need to lose any burkhas or hijabs and she may very well be in the Grand Entry (ie a pow-wow term) alongside (GASP!) M-E-N! I could go on. Its obvious what I just mentioned is ridiculous, she would rebel and this is where I hope a light bulb goes off in her head (her, very, very itty bitty brain enclosed head)- her rant against Israeli food dishes is so absurd.

    I hope the faculty, staff, students. alumni and any other person hearing about this silliness… voice their opinion so Harvard DOES NOT REMOVE the Israeli buffet option.

    Finally, what is bigoted muslim girl going to do with this Harvard education of hers? The more sharia law is implemented anywhere in the world… the less likely ANY WOMAN would be able to have a career or further her education. This woman is destroying her own future. Does she realize it? Does she care? How sad.

    • An excellent response, Arjay. It should be sent to the sad sacks at Harvard who are involved and who should be encouraged to grow up. As for that fat faced pig of a girl, I would love to try out some twenty different pies on her, smashed into her face one by one so that she could tell me if they are acceptable to her third world sensitivity. On a much more palatable matter, Arjay, I would very much like to be in touch with you diredtly to discuss a project I had in mind some years ago which involves much of what you speak of here. Could you contact me at

    • You make some very valid points in this comment Arjay, and you sound a lot like one of my best friends, also American Indian, who I have known since 7th grade,almost 50 years now! But then I guess that even the “well educated” arselifters just don’t get it, and very likely won’t anytime soon, as they have been vigorously lifting their arses for so long now that they have managed to get their heads stuck up there permanently!

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