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Israeli Restaurant in Ohio Reopens After Terror Attack

Columbus Ohio deli owner at the reopening of his restaurant after a machete-wielding terrorist attacked because it is owned by an Israeli-Arab Christian (Photo: screenshot)

Earlier this week, we reported on the terrorist machete attack on an Ohio deli owned by an Israeli-Arab Christian. Today, The Columbus Dispatch reports that the restaurant has reopened:

Every one of the hundreds  of people who swarmed into the restaurant on Monday clamored for owner Hany Baransi's attention. But it was a 3-year-old clutching a paper peace sign that she had colored all by herself who clearly stole his heart.

Emmagrace Koch is too young to understand why her mother took her to Nazareth Mediterranean Cuisine. Yet even children — or perhaps especially children — can sense when there is a hurt that must be healed...

Part reunion and part therapy session, the atmosphere inside Nazareth on Monday was mostly one of gratitude and joy. Though there were many tears and heavy hearts for those who were so badly wounded, the customers who stood in a line that snaked out the front door said nothing would have kept them away...

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