Omer Fakir: “If I was a baker, I’d sell them [cakes] at home”

Fakirs, a bakery owner and manager in Omer, a town near the Jordanian border with Israel, told The Associated Press he’d be forced to shut his bakery down because he wouldn’t be able to produce more than 10,000 cakes a day.

Fakiri said he’d like to take the business to a new location but said he needs to find somewhere to produce the cake because he needs the money to support his wife and children.

“If the baker goes out, we will not have the money for food for our families,” he said.

Fakhir said his shop has been in operation for two decades and had already lost $300,000 to cut corners.

“We are not going to pay the baker any more money.

It’s just not worth it,” he told the AP.

“This is my livelihood and I need to make bread.”

The AP spoke with Fakhiri by phone on Wednesday, but he did not answer questions.

“The situation is bad,” he added.

“I don’t want to shut down my shop.

It is very important to me.

It will not be able survive.

It can’t survive.”

He said he is planning to open a bakery and serve customers at a nearby coffee shop.

“It is not possible for me to continue doing this job and be with my family,” he explained.

“They are very happy and very thankful for my work.”

The United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) estimates that the total economic impact of the conflict in Syria is estimated at $5.8 billion and that there are more than 1.4 million displaced people.

Fachiri said it is unlikely he will be able find work as a baker in Jordan.

“When the army comes and kills people, they do not pay me,” he lamented.

“What would I do?

I would not be a baker.”

Jordan’s King Abdullah II, who is widely expected to step down in 2019 after serving only four years in office, has not commented on the situation.

In the meantime, the Jordanian armed forces have been busy trying to quell unrest in the country’s north.

In an attempt to contain the uprising, the army has fired rockets into northern Syria.

On Wednesday, the countrys parliament approved the deployment of soldiers to protect Jordan from further unrest.