Mohamed Ghnaimi, a Syrian refugee who fled his country to Lebanon in 2012 and resettled in Ireland in 2015 is running a bakery now in Ireland’s Cork city.  The bakery business, set up with his own money and help from the local Syrian community in Cork, is called al-Sham bakery, as it mainly produces Syrian traditional bread.  Mohammad had a happy successful life in northern Idlib province in Syria before war. He now insists to carry on his success in Ireland.

A Syrian refugee who came to Ireland in 2015 has opened a bakery business in Cork. pic.twitter.com/y67h4tbFzW

— RTÉ News (@rtenews) January 17, 2018