How much do you know about the Palestinians? Take our quiz

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The Palestinian people are often in the news, especially when tensions run high with Israel. How much do you know about their culture, history, and traditions?

By , Staff Writer

1. Which of the following is not a popular Palestinian culinary staple?

Maqluba, hummus, and labeneh are considered part of Palestinian cuisine. Maqluba is a layered vegetable, meat, and rice torte, hummus is a spread made from chickpeas, and labeneh is a yogurt-like cheese often served with olive oil. Doner kebab, a Turkish dish, is sliced meat cooked on a rotating spit and placed between pieces of bread.

Maqluba, hummus, and labeneh are considered part of Palestinian cuisine. Maqluba is a layered vegetable, meat, and rice torte, hummus is a spread made from chickpeas, and labeneh is a yogurt-like cheese often served with olive oil. Doner kebab, a Turkish dish, is sliced meat cooked on a rotating spit and placed between pieces of bread.

Maqluba, hummus, and labeneh are considered part of Palestinian cuisine. Maqluba is a layered vegetable, meat, and rice torte, hummus is a spread made from chickpeas, and labeneh is a yogurt-like cheese often served with olive oil. Doner kebab, a Turkish dish, is sliced meat cooked on a rotating spit and placed between pieces of bread.

Maqluba, hummus, and labeneh are considered part of Palestinian cuisine. Maqluba is a layered vegetable, meat, and rice torte, hummus is a spread made from chickpeas, and labeneh is a yogurt-like cheese often served with olive oil. Doner kebab, a Turkish dish, is sliced meat cooked on a rotating spit and placed between pieces of bread.

Maqluba

 

Hummus

 

Doner kebab

 

Labeneh

 
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