The Palestinian-Syrian owner of Reem’s Arab Street Corner Bakery in Oakland, California, has a huge mural of convicted Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Odeh emblazoned in neon colors on its wall.
Odeh, who was convicted for a 1969 supermarket bombing that left two Israelis dead and scores of others injured, is scheduled for deportation from the United States in August for lying on her U.S. emigration papers.
Reem’s, located on 12th Street, lists its core values as community building, social justice and sustainability.
Reem Assil, the owner of the Arab culture-inspired bakery, was a labor and community organizer for almost a decade. In a promotional video for the bakery, Assil says, “The dream of Reem’s was literally born in a moment when I walked into a street corner bakery in the streets of Beirut [Labanon]. I saw bread flying off the shelves… I suddenly felt alive.”
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