A foundation chaired by Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of Secretary of State John Kerry, who is deeply involved in negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians, is funding a radical anti-Israel, anti-American snack bar near the Carnegie Mellon and Pittsburgh University campuses.
The restaurant, Conflict Kitchen, which proudly boasts that it serves food only from countries with which the U.S. is in conflict, received a $50,000 grant from the Heinz Endowment in April to assist it in moving locations.
However, the restaurant lately has been serving its hummus and baba ghanoush sandwiches in propaganda wrappers that carry quotes from Palestinians opposing the existence of the state of Israel and has hosted panel discussions featuring pro-Palestinian speakers, in which supporters of the Jewish community and Israel have not been allowed to participate by the restaurant's owners, the Free Beacon reports.
A spokesman for Heinz confirmed to the Free Beacon that the organization has been funding Conflict Kitchen, and stated, "The opinions of Conflict Kitchen do not represent those of the Heinz Endowment."
Capital Research, which tracks foundations, stated on its website, "Mrs. Kerry has funneled millions of dollars to radical left-wing environmentalists."
"How can you compare Israeli F-16s, which are some of the best military planes in the world, to a few hundred homemade rockets? You’re pushing them (Palestinians) to the absolute extreme. So what do you expect?" one food wrapper states, the Free Beacon notes.
"Palestinians are not going to just let (Israel) in and drop their arms. No, they’re going to kill and they are going to die."