I find there's something nostalgic about Israeli snacks. Whether it's PesekZman, Bamba or Bislis, I like the idea that when I travel in Israel and need a quick sugar/salt fix I can try something different from that which I find back home, something distinctively Israel.
Which is probably why a certain group of Chareidim have a problem with them. This has to be a first - the food inside the package is kosher enough but the package itself is trief because, horror of horrors, it has Israeli symbols on them.
Let's keep the following in mind: This group, the Chareidi Community, has the luxury of being abusive and insulting specifically because the men and women who believe in these "idolatrous" symbols stand on the border against our enemies, police Israel's streets and run the day to day affairs of the country that allow its inhabitants to lead normal lives. One might disagree with the political philosophy of Zionism or the way Israel works but to protest in this fashion shows a version un-Jewish lack of graititude.
Me, I'm going to get some Bisli just to protest.