I finally visited Al Noor (31664 John R Rd) today after passing by it many times. It's located in my favorite multicultural strip mall on John R, along with Fuji Market, Chao Zhou Restaurant, Tai Pan Bakery, Edamame Sushi, China Bar-B-Q and Tienda Market. It's a small market, but it has most of the groceries I used to buy at the late lamented Kashat Market in Oak Park, and the owners are also Chaldeans. The Iraqi bread seen above is 4/$1. Olives and pickles are $3.99/lb, or less than half of what you're pay at Whole Paycheck.
The nice young lady at the counter asked me what I did with the tahini I was buying. I said, oh, the usual; hummus, baba ganouj, tahini dressing for roasted cauliflower...
She said, do you ever eat it plain? I said no, how do you do that? Put it on a plate, she replied, drizzle with honey or date syrup, and dip bread in it. It's wonderful. I said I'd try it.
I did, and it is indeed a wonderful way to eat it.