Kobi Tzafrir serves hummus at the Humus Bar, his restaurant north of Tel Aviv, Israel. "If you eat a good hummus, you will feel love from the person who made it," he tells The Salt. "You don't want to stab him." Daniella Cheslow for NPR hide caption toggle caption Daniella Cheslow for NPR The Salt Hummus Diplomacy: Israeli Cafe Discounts Meals Shared By Jews And Arabs October 23, 2015 During a month of renewed Israeli-Palestinian violence, one hummus restaurant is paying Jews and Arabs to sit down together for a meal. We drop in on the cafe to witness culinary diplomacy in action.