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Baklava And Politics Are On The Menu At Dearborn Cafe10:57

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Nada Shatila, owner of Shatila Bakery & Cafe in Dearborn, Michigan, stands next to a photo of her father Riad Shatila, a Lebanese immigrant, founded it it 1979. (Robin Young/Here & Now)closemore
Nada Shatila, owner of Shatila Bakery & Cafe in Dearborn, Michigan, stands next to a photo of her father Riad Shatila, a Lebanese immigrant, founded it it 1979. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd (left) and Shatila Bakery & Cafe owner Nada Shatila. (Robin Young/Here & Now)
Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd (left) and Shatila Bakery & Cafe owner Nada Shatila. (Robin Young/Here & Now)

Here & Now's Robin Young visits Shatila, a vast bakery in Dearborn, Michigan, that is a gathering place for people of Middle Eastern heritage.

From left, Osama Siblani, publisher of the Arab American News; Nada Shatila, owner of Shatila bakery; and Iman Abdulrazzak of the Michigan Muslim Community Council, are pictured at the Shatila bakery in Dearborn. (Peter O'Dowd/Here & Now)
From left, Osama Siblani, publisher of the Arab American News; Nada Shatila, owner of Shatila bakery; and Iman Abdulrazzak of the Michigan Muslim Community Council, are pictured at the Shatila bakery in Dearborn. (Peter O'Dowd/Here & Now)

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