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Muslim’s restaurant feeds DC homeless for free

The owner of a Kebab restaurant in Washington DC has been offering free meals to the homeless on a daily basis for the past few months, opening doors for an audience that’s rarely welcome in elegant eateries.

 

 

The owner of a Kebab restaurant in Washington DC has been offering free meals to the homeless on a daily basis for the past few months, opening doors for an audience that’s rarely welcome in elegant eateries.

Mannan’s restaurant is located in Franklin Square, one of the many places in Washington DC inhabited by the homeless.

Mayur Kabab owner Kazi Mannan told ABC 7, “Sometimes they come 15-20. Sometimes nobody. We are waiting and asking God to please send somebody.”

Every day, Mannan and his staff prepare special meals for customers at his Pakistani-Indian restaurant along K Street in Northwest Washington.

 

 

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