A food festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that was supposed to take place over the weekend was cancelled in the wake of outrage after it disinvited an Israeli food truck after experiencing anti-Semitic threats.

The “Taste of Home” festival was slated to take place on Sunday, June 20. It was organized by Eat Up the Borders and Sunflower Philly. It was to feature international foods as a pro-immigrant statement, including Israeli food from the Israeli Moshava food truck.

The event was cancelled on Sunday less than 24 hours after organizers made the announcement that the Moshava food truck had been barred from the festival.

In an Instagram statement announcing the event's cancellation Sunflower Philly wrote, “Due to the ongoing situation with one of our event partners… we have decided to cancel the ‘Taste of Home’ event today.”... Read More: Arutz-7