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jama150MADsym.jpgSomalian restauranteur Ahmed Jama, whose Mogadishu restaurants have tragically been the target of numerous terrorist attacks, gets the profile treatment in the New Yorker (sub. required) The piece chronicles Jama's defiant dedication to remaining open: After a suicide blast killed a security guard during one November lunch rush, Jama's response turned from disappointment to anger. "Jama put on a pair of gloves and picked up the heads of the two bombers and placed them atop a pile of garbage down the block. That evening, the restaurant was open for dinner." [New Yorker]

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