Homeless Muslims steadfast in their faith


Meals to heal: Cheah and Kechara Soup Kitchen members handing out food to the homeless.

KUALA LUMPUR: Being homeless or poor did not stop Muslims from fasting, said Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) project director Justin Cheah.

Every Ramadan, he notices there were fewer people at their soup kitchen during lunch hour.

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