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Ben Carson is an esteemed neurosurgeon — but is he now branching out into nutrition, too?

The Internet has been abuzz since Ben Carson’s speech Thursday to the Republican Jewish Coalition (the same event where Donald Trump described exactly why he loves the Jews) — due to the fact that the good doctor kept pronouncing the name of Hamas to sound more like “hummus.”

For what it’s worth, we don’t think Carson was actually confusing a designated terrorist organization with a Middle Eastern delicacy. But given his well documented difficulties grasping foreign affairs, it’s more likely he simply doesn’t know how to pronounce “Hamas” — or might not even really know who they are, which might be worse.

Click above to watch — and decide for yourself.

Video via Right Wing Watch.

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