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Report: Kerry’s wife’s foundation funded anti-Israel eatery

(JNS.org) Conflict Kitchen, a Pittsburgh snack bar located near Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, that sells sandwiches wrapped in paper printed with pro-Palestinian and anti-Israel slogans, received a $50,000 grant from a foundation run by Secretary of State John Kerry’s wife, the Washington Free Beacon reported. The wrappers bearing the anti-Israel slogans also indicate that the take-out restaurant is supported in part by the Heinz Endowment, chaired by Teresa Heinz Kerry. The wrappers include quotes defending terrorism against Israel, such as: “How can you compare Israeli F-16s, which are some of the best military planes in the world, to a few hundred homemade rockets?” and, “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.”

A Heinz Endowment spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon that “the opinions of Conflict Kitchen do not represent those of the Heinz Endowment.”

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