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The debate over Little Arabia: What's in a name?
by Josie Huang
Drive along Brookhurst Street in West Anaheim, and dozens of storefront signs in Arabic crop up amid logos for Starbucks and Jack-in-the Box.
Known informally as Little Arabia, Arab-owned bakeries, restaurants, clothing stores and hair salons have been taking root on this roughly two-mile stretch of Brookhurst since the 1980s.
Customers have been known to travel hours for delicacies and wares they can't find elsewhere in the western US, such as Aleppo's Kitchen's nine varieties of kibbeh — a dish made of finely-ground meat, spices and pureed onions.
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