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Local Muslims reach out to homeless

Food, clothes aid the less fortunate

At the Tobin Community Center, Muslims fasting for Ramadan provided several services to Boston’s poor, including toys (above).
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / October 15, 2006

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They handed out bags of apples, bagels, granola bars, and raisins, hats, socks, sweatshirts, rain ponchos, and, for the children who came with arms outstretched, toy cars. (Full article: 472 words)

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