Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

Vandals Attacked A Middle Eastern Bakery, So The Community Got Their Own Back.

"These people make a living making bread. They work hard. This to me is a travesty," says Pyle.

"These people make a living making bread. They work hard. This to me is a travesty," says Pyle.

Stina Sieg - KJZZ

Saed has been overwhelmed by the show of support from local residents. He teared up and his hands were trembling with emotion as he saw the lineup of people patiently waiting.

Saed has been overwhelmed by the show of support from local residents. He teared up and his hands were trembling with emotion as he saw the lineup of people patiently waiting.

Stina Sieg - KJZZ

He feels lucky to "to have the support of the neighborhood, the people of the city. And Phoenix is really full of love, a city of love. And thank you! Thank you, everybody!"

He feels lucky to "to have the support of the neighborhood, the people of the city. And Phoenix is really full of love, a city of love. And thank you! Thank you, everybody!"

Stina Sieg - KJZZ

"The only way we can beat this is by uniting, standing up and taking care of this. We have more resources than the person who did this," explains Pyle. "We have the ability to beat this and I’m going to do everything I can do."

"The only way we can beat this is by uniting, standing up and taking care of this. We have more resources than the person who did this," explains Pyle. "We have the ability to beat this and I’m going to do everything I can do."

Stina Sieg - KJZZ

Despite what the vandals did to Saed's business, he is positive "I don't think there is hate in the world now because of the support that is seen here. Love overcomes that."

Despite what the vandals did to Saed's business, he is positive "I don't think there is hate in the world now because of the support that is seen here. Love overcomes that."

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If you want to support Saed's business, you can visit the GoFundMe page.

Source: KJZZ

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