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In Chaldean catechism class the children were learning the Apostles Creed. Each child had been assigned a sentence to repeat. The first one said, "I believe in God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth." The second child said, "I believe in Jesus Christ, His only Son."When he had completed his sentence, there was an embarrassing silence. Finally, one child piped up, "Teacher, the boy who believes in the Holy Spirit isn't here."

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Zaytoon Joins International Enclave
By Guest Reporter :: 25 Views :: Living & Lifestyle, Business & Finance

Guest reporter Molly Abraham of the Detroit News (Michigan, USA) reports:

Michigan, USA -- Zaytoon -- it means "olive" in Arabic -- is as fresh and appealing as that suggests. It opened this summer in an airy, high-ceilinged space that has housed several previous restaurants.

One of them -- La Fendi -- is a direct antecedent of the bright new Zaytoon. Brothers Tony and Raad Samona were partners in that Mideastern spot, as well as the original La Fendi in Lathrup Village. Both closed in 2003.

And so after another restaurant tried and failed in the West Bloomfield Township space, Tony Samona's son and daughter reclaimed the address in a strip mall that is pretty remarkable for its international array of restaurants.

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Chief Security Officer, Issam Habib Offers International Business Safety Tips
By Sam Yousif :: 13 Views :: Business & Finance
Chaldeans forced to live in various countries have always turned lemons into lemonades.  The optimistic entrepreneurial minds of Chaldeans paired with their work ethic have brought an impressive level of success. 

Chaldeans living in western countries have seized the entrepreneurial opportunities of international commerce and have begun looking into multinational businesses. 

www.CHALDEAN.org interviews Issam Habib, Chief Security Officer for International Imports and Exports of Los Angeles, California regarding travel safety abroad when conducting business. IIE has a dedicated team of twenty-two global associates traveling around the globe looking for unique and potential profitable new items.  IIE is constantly training associates on travel safety, counterfeit identification, and international business.  Issam offers 12 insightful travel safety pointers. 
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Chaldean Chef Entrepreneur Takes Advantage of Food Processing Center
By Sam Yousif :: 10 Views :: Business & Finance

Ohio, USA - For years, Randa Shallal has been sweetening up family and friends with a secret-recipe concoction she describes as a "fabulously fudgy cocoa peanut sauce that's great on ice cream, pretzels, cookies, or even just a spoon."

Thanks to a new commercial food-processing facility at the Agricultural Incubator Foundation on State Rt. 582 north of Bowling Green, she's found an economically feasible way to begin bottling and selling her "Panda Potion No. 5" commercially.

Shallal says, "It was by learning of this facility that I had an epiphany that I could do this," she said. "I always knew I couldn't do anything commercially in my own home. ... I was at a [Women's Entrepreneurial Network] meeting in November when a woman stood up and talked about this kitchen, and it came over me like a wave: I can do this."

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Village Food Market Wins Approval for Seasonal Outdoor Displays
By Sam Yousif :: 18 Views :: Business & Finance, Government & Society

Michigan, USA - Chaldean entrepreneur Mark Garmo has always found ways to meet the needs of his customers. 

Mr. Garmo, professes a passion for customer service and his recent appeal before the Grosse Pointe Farms proves just that.  Village Food Market shoppers can still expect to be greeted by displays of produce and flowers around the store’s Mack entry.

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